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Title: Welcome%20to%20TS105!

Welcome to TS105!
  • Computers
  • for
  • Human Empowerment

Course Objectives
  • To teach the student a basic knowledge of
  • MS Word
  • MS Excel
  • MS PowerPoint
  • MS Paint

Class Rules
  • During class time computers are for class work
  • Please take care of the computers and equipment

Class Rules
  • We are all respectful to everyone in our
  • Unacceptable behavior among students is not

Class Rules
  • Sitting still in your chair is appreciated
  • Please dont talk while your instructor is talking

  • We usually have a snack after our lesson
  • Please leave food and drinks outside of the
    classroom however, you may eat and drink in the
    hallway area

Assessment Form
  • Your instructor will ask you to fill out the
    following assessment form so that we have an idea
    about the level of your computer skills

Student Assessment
  • Name
  • Age
  • Have you ever worked with computers before?
  • If yes, for how long?

Student Assessment
  • What computer programs have you used?
  • How often do you use the programs?
  • What do you use the computer for? (for fun,
    homework, etc.)

Student Assessment
  • Please list some of the things that you feel
    uncomfortable with when using a computer?
  • What would you like to learn while in this class?

Here are some examples of our work
MS Paint Lesson and Sample
  • Presented By
  • Krystle John

Paint Lesson
  • Objective  To teach the student how to use a
    computer application which is fun and allows
    freedom to explore the computer.
  • Procedure Ask the students to open up the paint
    program. Doing this will give the students a
    chance to explore the different uses of the mouse
    and the art program.  

Paint Lesson
  • Activities
  • Give an example of how the students can use the
    Paint program.
  • Help the students to make something such as a
    picture or invitation.

Paint Lesson Sample
MS Word Lesson Plan and Sample
  • Presented By
  • Kathleen LaWare

Word Lesson Plan
  • Objective To teach the students how to use the
    Microsoft Word application and the understanding
    of how they can implement the functions of the
  • Procedure
  • Click the start button, where you will then be
    shown all the programs the PC has to offer.
  • From there go to the Microsoft Word program,
    whose icon is a blue W
  • Introduce the toolbar (file, edit, view, insert,
    format, tools, table, window, and help).

Word Lesson Plan
  • Procedure Cont
  • Explain the different things you can do with the
    Word program, for instance how to save work,
    create different fonts, create new documents, and
  • Show the students how to type documents and
    format them to create what they want.
  • Teach the students about print preview before
    they print and then teach how to print their
    final draft.
  • Have the students save their work so it can be
    used for later portfolios.

Word Lesson Plan
  • Activities To reinforce the lesson, have the
    students create a poster for their birthday

Katies Birthday Celebration
Please Join US on this Fabulous Day to Celebrate
Katies 19th Birthday When March 18th, 2004 At
100 p.m. Until 500 p.m. Where Katies
House 334 Tyler Ave Miller Place R.S.V.P. at
(631)123-4567 by, March 10, 2004
MS Excel Lesson and Sample
  • Presented By
  • Stephen Lelo

Excel Lesson
  • Objective To teach the student how to the
    features and functions that are available in
    Excel and how to use them.
  • Procedure
  • Teach how to insert a title and data into a blank
  • Teach how to use different Functions (addition,
    average, total amount).
  • Teach how to make the spreadsheet look more
    presentable by
  • Centering and enlarging the title, and adding
    color to it.
  • Highlight all the headings
  • Teach how to format each cell,
  • Teach how to make a relevant chart using the
  • After having explained everything to the student
    I will give them some raw data and ask them to
    make me a spreadsheet

Excel Lesson
  • Activities
  • Teach the student a completed spreadsheet.
  • Teach the student how to make the spreadsheet.
  • Have the student complete a spreadsheet on
    his/her own.

Excel Sample
Steve's Cool Tool Store Steve's Cool Tool Store Steve's Cool Tool Store Steve's Cool Tool Store Steve's Cool Tool Store Steve's Cool Tool Store Steve's Cool Tool Store
Monthly Sales Report Monthly Sales Report Monthly Sales Report Monthly Sales Report Monthly Sales Report Monthly Sales Report Monthly Sales Report
Sales Price Cost Per Sales In Sales In Cost In Total Profit
Tool Per Unit Unit Units Dollars Dollars Per Unit
Hammer 20.00 8.00 105 2,100.00 840.00 1,260.00
Wrench 18.00 7.00 200 3,600.00 1,400.00 2,200.00
Screw Driver 16.50 6.00 350 5,775.00 2,100.00 3,675.00
Tape Ruler 11.50 5.00 67 770.50 335.00 435.50
Axe 31.00 10.00 167 5,177.00 1,670.00 3,507.00
Saw 28.50 13.00 351 10,003.50 4,563.00 5,440.50
Sledge Hammer 40.50 21.00 105 4,252.50 2,205.00 2,047.50
Total 1345 31,678.50 13,113.00 18,565.50
Excel Sample
MS PowerPoint Lesson and Sample
  • Presented By
  • Maryam Yafaie

PowerPoint Lesson
  • Objective The purpose of this lesson is to teach
    the student how to use Microsoft PowerPoint and
    create a presentation that he/she can relate to
  • Procedure
  • Ask the student to create a slide show
  • Ask the student to type text
  • To choose a design and format
  • Add a picture to the presentation
  • Save the work, and view the slide show.
  • Ask the student to do a simple presentation on
    how to prepare a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

PowerPoint Lesson
  • Activities
  • Relate to the lesson The student will relate to
    the lesson sample since it is about food.
  • Complete the lesson The student can complete
    the lesson by viewing the slide show, saving and
  • Reinforce what has been learned The samples
    provided will reinforce what has been learned.

PowerPoint Sample
Peanut Butter Jelly Sandwich
  • Presented by
  • Maryam Yafaie

  • Peanut butter
  • Jelly
  • Bread
  • Plate
  • spoon

  • Place bread on plate
  • Take spoonful of peanut butter
  • Spread it on bread
  • Do the same with Jelly

Time to eat
  • After the bread is put together place sandwich on
  • Serve with glass of milk
  • Enjoy!

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