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J.S.S 1: FIRST TERM LESSON NOTE/SCHEME OF WORK (Computer Studies)

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JSS 1 Scheme of work (Computer Studies). First Term Only

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FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK

BASIC COMPUTER OPERATIONS AND CONCEPTS
          TOPIC/CONTENT         ACTIVITIES
 

1. Early counting devices

 

2. Mechanical and electro-mechanical devices

3. Electronic counting device

4. Generation of Computers

5. Computer system

 

Leads students to suitable computer laboratory

 

Guides students to identify ways of taking good care of a computer room/laboratory

 

Students should participate in class discussions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Class: Jsc1 Term: 01 Week: 01 Duration: 40mins
Subject: COMPUTER STUDIES

 

Weekly Topic:

 

EARLY COUNTING DEVICE
Specific Objectives (Optional for Multi Periods): At the end of the lesson the students should be able to:

  • understand what Early Counting Device means
  • understand the use of early counting device; finger and toes.
  • understand the use of early counting device; pebbles and grains
Instructional Resources:  Displaying picture of early counting device; fingers and toes, pebbles and grains with the aid of a computer, projector and power point.
Previous Knowledge: Students are familiar with computer devices e.g desktop

Date:                                                 Period 1:  Early Counting Devices

Introduction/Definitions:  Teacher introduces the topic early counting device to the students as follows:

What are Early Counting Devices?

Early Counting devices were the means of counting and calculation used in the early ages. They include the use of fingers, feet, toes, pebbles, grains, sticks, cowries, etc. for different counting needs. The major problem with these devices is that they cannot be used for counting large numbers efficiently, they also occupy large space, and they waste time. The computer was developed as a result of the efforts of scientists who wanted to reduce the problems encountered while counting and calculating using early counting devices.

Early Counting Devices

  1. Fingers and toes: the ten fingers and ten toes were used for giving account of days, trading and children. The early people also used feet to measure land.
  2. Pebbles and grains: pebbles are small round stones that were used for counting. Grains from the farm such as corn, beans and rice were also used for counting.

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