THIRD TERM LESSON NOTE/SCHEME OF WORK (J.S 1 COMPUTER STUDIES)
1. Meaning of information transmission
2. Mention ancient methods of information transmission.
3. Mention the modern methods of transmission of information
Bring charts/picture of modern tools for transmitting information.
Leads students to identify these tools.
Classify information by mode of transmission
1.Definition of data processing
2.Data processing cycle
4.Importance of Computer as a tool for data processing
5. Logic Gates
6. Computer Softwares
7. Computer virus
Leads students to define and identify data processing cycle/stages.
Discuss what each stage involves
Copy the board summary into their note book
Introduction to various computer softwares/utilities
Introduction to computer viruses
|Class: Jsc1||Term: Third Term||Week number: 01||Duration: 40mins|
|Subject: COMPUTER STUDIES|
|Weekly Topic:||INFORMATION TRANSMISSION|
|Specific Objectives (Optional for Multi Periods):||At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:
|Instructional Resources:||Using a computer with MS PowerPoint application|
|Previous Knowledge:||Students have a view of what information is|
Date: Period 1: Information Transmission
Lesson Content, Starting with Introduction/Definitions: Teacher-led the students by introducing the information transmission thus:
Information is not yet useful unless it is conveyed to the point where it’s required. It is therefore necessary to transmit information from one point to another until it gets to the target point. The process of information transmission must be done in such a way that the information is not altered or misrepresented.
Definition of information transmission
Information transmission is the sending and receiving of information from a person to another. Information transmission can be classified into:
- Ancient Method
- Modern Method
Ancient Methods of transmitting information
TOWN CRIER: A town crier is a person employed to make public announcements in the streets or marketplace of a town. This is a form of oral method in the olden days people that do it use a loud voice to transmit information to people. He shouts with loud voices so that people from distance can get the information.
ORAL: this is the era of our great grandfathers when information is been sent to people by verbal. Someone will be going from one society to another to give them the latest news in town, this method needs no shouting