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Spreadsheets - Starter

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Spreadsheets “VisiCalc was the first spreadsheet program available for PC.” “…application that turned the microcomputer from a hobby for computer enthusiasts into a serious business tool.” “VisiCalc sold over 700,000 copies in six years.” VisiCalc

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Spreadsheets This weeks topic is ‘Spreadsheets’ We will be using this to calculate information about different dinosaurs

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Learning Objectives: Learning Outcome: Recognise and use cell references Use the fill handle Create and use simple formulae Apply formatting to a spreadsheet Be able to state an example formula Objectives and Outcomes

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A spreadsheet is 'software' which consists of a grid which can contain 'text', 'numbers' and 'formulae'. Spreadsheets can be used for making models, predicting and producing graphs. In school we use 'Excel' What is a Spreadsheet?

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A page made up of Columns ROWS Cells Worksheet

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Each cell has a name from the COLUMN and the ROW it is in. A1 Cell Reference

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Animal Cost per week to feed each animal Number of animals Total cost per week for animals Lion£100£0 Tiger£100 Zebra£50 Elephant£100 Snake£20 Penguin£10 Total cost £0 Each cell can contain text, numbers (or a formula - which you don’t see ) Adding Data

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Today’s Task Open the Spreadsheet from the ICT SoW Complete Tasks 1 and 2 ONLY Hands on head when finished

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Click and drag to transfer a formula into other cells. What about patterns though?! Fill Handle

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Sometimes you will have to show Excel the pattern by highlighting 2 or 3 first Fill Handle

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Go back to the spreadsheet Now complete sheets/tasks 3 ONLY Hands on head when finished Today’s Task

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Format border Fill cell colour Text colour Change font style Formatting

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Undo/Redo Sort Merge/Unmerge cells Charts Changing cell values Formatting

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Format text Alignment Change font size More Buttons

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Go back to the spreadsheet Now complete sheet/task 4 Hands on head when finished Today’s Tasks

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All formula must start with = To add something, use + To subtract something, use - To multiply something, use * To divide something, use / Formulas

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Go back to the spreadsheet Now complete sheet/task 5 Once you have completed task 5 SAVE the SPREADSHEET in your year 7 ICT folder Call it – Zoo Spreadsheet Today’s Tasks

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You now need to link your spreadsheet to your powerpoint Follow along with the video tutorial on the ICT SoW Today’s Tasks Continued

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What do the following keywords mean? Worksheet Cell Row Column Fill Handle Plenary

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Level 5 - Pupils will be able to identify features of a spreadsheet such as cell reference, value and variable. They will be able to edit the formula and change the look of the spreadsheet. Level 4 - Pupils will be able to identify features of a spreadsheet such as cell, data, column, data, formula, label. They will be able to complete the spreadsheet using the formula. Level 3 - Pupils will need support with using formulae and using the fill handle. They may be able to name some of the features of the spreadsheet. Levels

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