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Jeopardy Computer Tech By Alicia Spjute & Stan Maeser © July 2007
Jeopardy – Computer Tech EthicsHardwareSoftware KeyboardingMiscellaneous
Credits Thats all folks. Exit Carl Lyman © 2007
Ethics $100 Ethics
Ethics $100 What are the rules of right and wrong behavior?
Ethics $200 Lost jobs, lost friends, lost opportunities
Ethics $200 What are the consequences of unethical behavior?
Ethics $300 Acceptable Use Policy
Ethics $300 What did all students sign prior to gaining access to the internet?
Ethics $400 Copyright
Ethics $400 What are the rights possessed by an author, artist, composer, or software programmer?
Ethics $500 Freeware
Ethics $500 What is software that is protected by copyright laws but doesnt cost money?
Hardware $100 A device that puts information into the computer.
Hardware $100 What is an input device?
Hardware $200 The brain of the computer
Hardware $200 What is the CPU?
Hardware $300 This card connects your computer to the internet
Hardware $300 What is a network card?
Hardware $400 Universal Serial Bus
Hardware $400 What does USB stand for?
Hardware $500 The temporary memory your computer uses to run programs
Hardware $500 What is RAM?
Software $100 Computer instructions or data or anything that can be stored electronically.
Software $100 What is software?
Software $200 Running more than one program at a time
Software $200 What is multitasking?
Software $300 Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Software $300 What are applications?
Software $400 Usually uses a mouse to interact with items on the screen
Software $400 What is a Graphical User Interface?
Software $500 A set of detailed step-by-step instructions
Software $500 What is a program?
Keyboarding $100 On the document being typed
Keyboarding $100 What is the proper placement of eyes when keyboarding?
Keyboarding $200 Fingers curved, tips of fingers resting lightly on keys.
Keyboarding $200 What is proper hand position?
Keyboarding $300 Spine straight, comfortable distance from keyboard with feet flat on the floor
Keyboarding $300 What is good posture when typing?
Keyboarding $400 Arms relaxed, elbows naturally close to the body
Keyboarding $400 What is proper arm position?
Keyboarding $500 asdf jkl;
Keyboarding $500 What is Home Row on the keyboard?
Miscellaneous $100 8 bits
Miscellaneous $100 What is a byte?
Miscellaneous $200 The processing results produced by a computer
Miscellaneous $200 What is output?
Miscellaneous $300 A subdirectory or subdivision, of a directory that can contain files or other folders
Miscellaneous $300 What is a folder?
Miscellaneous $400 A computer that has the purpose of supplying users with data – usually through a LAN
Miscellaneous $400 What is a server?
Miscellaneous $500 Approximately 1 billion bytes
Miscellaneous $500 What is one gigabyte?
Jeopardy Template By Carl Lyman © July 2007 Jeopardy Category 1Category 2Category 3Category
Flash Cards Computer Technology. A device that accepts input, processes data, stores data, and produces output. Collection of unprocessed items, which.
Keyboarding Techniques. Home Row HOME ROW KEYS Why? …Typing while you are in the HOME ROW KEY position will allow you type quicker with less mistakes.
Proper Keyboarding Technique. Proper keyboarding technique includes: Correct Posture Correct Arm and Hand Position Correct Key-Stroking Technique.
TERMS TO KNOW. Desktop This does not mean a computer desktop vs. a laptop. You probably keep a number of commonly used items on your desk at home such.
Keyboarding Posture and Finger Placement Tips Image source:
Fly Swatter Game Let’s Swat It Now!!. A contract that defines acceptable rules and policies for computer use:
Proper Keyboarding Techniques Adapted from presentation by: Nadine Bunnell, Keyboarding Specialist Used with permission.
Computer Hardware Software, Memory & Storage Internet & EthicsPowerPoint
Computer Hardware Computer Technology Jeopardy Review By C. Lyman © July 2007.
Computer Components: Software Computer Technology.
Jeopardy Computer Internet Policy & Legal Potpourri Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
What does a computer do? Accepts data through inputting Processes data Stores data Outputs data.
Proper Keyboarding Technique Proper keyboarding technique includes: Correct Posture Correct Arm and Hand Position Correct Keystroking Technique.
Intro & Internet Test Review. Disk, Mouse, Scanner, Digital Camera, Modem, Keyboard, Video Camera and/or a Microphone.
Computer Fundamentals. Examples of Computers Hand-held (HPC)PDATablet PCLaptop/Notebook DesktopTowerWorkstation Computer Basics.
TYPE LIKE A PRO KEYBOARDING TECHNIQUE. WHY IS TECHNIQUE IMPORTANT? So we wont get too tired So we wont hurt our eyes, back, or wrists So we can type faster.
The Computer System CS 103: Computers and Application Software.
Proper Keyboarding . Proper keyboarding technique includes: Correct Posture.
Computer Basics. What is a Computer? A computer is a machine that can take inputs from the user, process that information, store that information as needed.
Keyboarding Technique Computer Technology. Proper keyboarding technique includes: Correct Posture Correct Posture Correct Arm and Hand Position Correct.
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Jeopardy By Alesha LeMmon & Gordon Reeve © July 2007.
Welcome to Technology Application Jeopardy. Hardware More Hardware Jobs & Software Computer Types Storage
Instructor: Li Ma Department of Computer Science Texas Southern University, Houston August, 2011.
Why do we need to learn about computers? Hardware & Software Windows95 Desktop - GUI? Mice? Internet Explorer & Netscape Microsoft Applications: –Excel.
Security Threats Connecting Computers Copyright Law & Ethics Storage & Memory Computer System
Basic Computer Hardware and Software. Guilford County SciVis V
Category Category Category Category Category.
Basic Computer Calera High School Dawn Bone. Hardware vs Software Hardware – the physical parts of the computer Software – the electronic instructions.
Computer Technology Flash Cards. 2 Data, Hardware, Mouse, Network, Storage Area of the computer that holds data on a permanent basis when it is not immediately.
V Material obtained from summer workshop in Guildford County.
Computer Hardware. What is Hardware? Hardware is any part of a computer you can touch There are 2 categories: Inside the computer Peripherals connected.
Computer Parts. Two Basic Parts Hardware & Software.
Optimal Posture and Position at the Computer By Deborah T. Powell Endeavor Elementary Harvest, Alabama.
Basic Computer Components Unit 2. What is a computer? A computer is an electronic device that accepts raw data and processes it into information that.
HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE. What is hardware? Hardware is any physical component of a computer system. Without any hardware, your computer would not exist,
Operating Systems Lesson Objective: Understanding the functions of an operating system. Learning Outcome: Answer some basic questions on operating systems.
Proper Keyboarding Technique By Carpo T. Sindrum.
Ms. Park. Student teacher UBC Sauder School of Business Investment Banking ESL Teacher UBC Education.
Section 2.1 Identify hardware Describe processing components Compare and contrast input and output devices Compare and contrast storage devices Section.
Computer Basics Just How Does a Computer Work?. OBJECTIVES: Unit 2: Introduction to Computer Discovery 1. Explain basic computer usage and components.
Alumnas: María Sol Pérez Fernández y María Agustina Macchi.
Review Everything you need to know for the 1 st Quarter Test.
M. Guymon – Pleasant Grove High – Spring 2004 Computer Technology Vocabulary Cards.
Computer Technology Competency Terms and Definitions pg
Computing and the Web Operating Systems. Overview n What is an Operating System n Booting the Computer n User Interfaces n Files and File Management n.
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