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1 How To Make IT Revision Fun Julie Clune Saint Ignatius’ College

2 2 Set Goals

3 3 Key Points 1. Make it Competitive 2. Keep it Fast and Furious 3. Be Open about the Results 4. Reinforce the Benefits

4 4 Make It Competitive Build Team Spirit Refer to the Teams by Name Often Use Tasks That Build Confidence Remind them of the Prize Success

5 5 The Set Up 1. Rank Your Students 2. Collect Your Resources 3. Map Out Your Schedule 4. Choose Your Rewards

6 6 Ranking 1. Rank Your Students

7 7 Action Verbs Test 2. Collect Your Resources

8 8 Checkpoint 2. Collect Your Resources

9 9 Practice Test 2. Collect Your Resources

10 10 Collect Your Resources 2. Collect Your Resources Quick Tests Ping Pong Oral Presentations Flash Cards Goal Case Studies Essays Practice Tests Revision Guide Curriculum Statement Curriculum Statement

11 11 [data] [signals] [dial-up] [line-of-sight] [microwave] [reflective] [straight] [antennas] [radio] [high-speed] Microwaves are ……………….. waves that provide a ………….……….. signal transmission. Microwave transmission involves sending …………………….. from one ……………….. station to another. Microwaves can transmit ……………….. at rates up to 4,500 times faster than a ………………….. modem. A microwave station is an earth-based ………………….. dish that contains the antenna, transceivers, and other equipment necessary for microwave communications. Microwaves use ……………………….. transmission, which means that microwaves must transmit in a …………………… line with no obstructions between microwave ………………………... Use these terms in the correct locations

12 12 Microwaves are radio waves that provide a high-speed signal transmission. Microwave transmission involves sending signals from one microwave station to another. Microwaves can transmit data at rates up to 4,500 times faster than a dial-up modem. A microwave station is an earth-based reflective dish that contains the antenna, transceivers, and other equipment necessary for microwave communications. Microwaves use line-of-sight transmission, which means that microwaves must transmit in a straight line with no obstructions between microwave antennas. Solution

13 13 1.A thread can be short lived or continue for some time. 2.A moderator decides if an article is relevant to a conversation in newsgroups 3.A satellite sits in geostationary orbit above the Earth 4.Modulate is to change to into an analogue signal 5.Home Wireless network devices cannot send signals through walls Answer true or false to the following statements

14 14 1.A thread can be short lived or continue for some time. 2.A moderator decides if an article is relevant to a conversation in newsgroups 3.A satellite sits in geostationary orbit above the Earth 4.Modulate is to change to into an analogue signal 5.Home Wireless network devices cannot send signals through walls Solution TRUE FALSE

15 15 a.Derived from the terms modulate and demodulate b.Used to restrict access to an intranet or extranet c.An internet network used to enable users with the same networking software to connect to each others computers. d.To change into a digital signal e.A LAN technology that allows personal computers to contend for access to the network. f.To change into an analogue signal. g.Also called a Network Interface Card Match each term from the column on the left with the best description from the column on the right. _____ 1. modulate _____ 2. demodulate _____ 3. Ethernet _____ 4. LAN adapter _____ 5. Firewall (Do not allocate more than one choice to a term. You will have more descriptions than you will have terms.)

16 16 a.Derived from the terms modulate and demodulate b.Used to restrict access to an intranet or extranet c.An internet network used to enable users with the same networking software to connect to each others computers. d.To change into a digital signal e.A LAN technology that allows personal computers to contend for access to the network. f.To change into an analogue signal. g.Also called a Network Interface Card Match each term from the column on the left with the best description from the column on the right. (Do not allocate more than one choice to a term. You will have more descriptions than you will have terms.) F D E G B _____ 1. modulate _____ 2. demodulate _____ 3. Ethernet _____ 4. LAN adapter _____ 5. Firewall

17 17 BCC

18 18 CC

19 19 DNS

20 20 BCC  Blind Carbon Copy

21 21 CC  Carbon Copy

22 22 DNS  Domain Name Server

23 23 Flash Cards 2. Collect Your Resources

24 24 Motherboard A board that contains… –The processor –The memory –Expansion slots –Adapter cards

25 25 Adapter cards A circuit board that enhances the functions of a computer Also called an expansion card Examples: –Video cards allow computers to play video. –Sound cards allow computers to play sound. –Network cards allow computers to connect to a network.

26 26 The Machine Cycle 1.Fetching Obtaining a program, instruction, etc. 2.Decoding Translating the instruction into executable signals. 3.Executing Carrying out the instruction 4.Storing Writing the result to memory.

27 27 Central Processing Unit (CPU) Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU): Does the calculations for the computer. Control Unit: Directs and coordinates the operations of a computer.

28 28 Case Studies & Chapter Review 2. Collect Your Resources

29 29 Map Out Your Schedule 3. Map Out Your Schedule Lesson Length True False Multiple Choice Essay Present- ation Monday 45Ch 3Ch 2 Tuesday 902 Groups Wednesday 45Ch 6Ch 5 Thursday 45DB Friday 45Ch 8Ch 7

30 30 Set Up the Spreadsheet

31 31 Choose Your Rewards 4. Choose Your Rewards

32 32 Time To Play 1. Who Is In Who’s Group? 2. Play the Round 3. Add Up The Scores 4. Reward The Winners

33 33 The Groups Sports StarsSpybots10111The Winners

34 34 Quick Test Round Add the score to the group total Record It Plays Mark It Everyone Do It

35 35 Essay Round Add the score to the group total Mark It Weakest student writes it supported by the 2 stronger students Write It Group creates essay plan Plan It

36 36 Oral Presentation Round Add the score to the group total Mark It Strongest student writes it & coaches the 2 weakest students who present it Write & Present It Group creates present ation plan Plan It

37 37 Revision Guide Round Add the score to the group total Record It Plays Mark It Everyone Do It

38 38 Ping Pong Round Other 2 strongest moderat e the response s to the post and keeps score. Mark It The remainin g 2 from every group respond to the posts. Respond 1 of the stronge st posts the questio ns Post Questions

39 39 Results

40 40 Make It Competitive 1. Build Team Spirit 2. Refer To The Teams By Name 3. Remind Them Of The Prize 4. Use Tasks That Boost Confidence


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