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DAILY School LAWIG NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level Grade 9

LESSON Teacher VANGIE P. MANUELO Learning Area T.L.E. – (ICT)


LOG Teaching August 13-16, 2018 @ 1:00 – 2:00 P.M. Quarter Second
Days and
Time

Time: MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY


Date July 30, 2018 July 31, 2018 August 1, 2018 August 2, 2018

A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate and understanding of concepts and underlying principles in
performing computer operations.
B. Performance The learners shall be able to perform computer operations based on a given tasks.
Standards
C. Learning LO 2. Input data into computer
Competencies/ 2.1 Enter the data into the computer using appropriate program/application in accordance with
Objectives company procedures
2.2 Check the accuracy of information and save the information in accordance with standard
operating procedures
2.3 Store inputted data is in storage media according to requirements
2.4 Perform work within ergonomic guidelines
TLE_IACSS9-12PCO–Id-e-5
At the end of the lesson, the learners should be able to:
4. Use word processing software to create, edit and produce professional documents.
5. Create spreadsheets and charts to analyze, investigate and/or interpret data to support the
problem solving process.
6. Design, create and maintain a database.
7. Use presentation software to create, edit, and produce professional presentations.
8. Utilize the integration between different application software and technology.
9. Identify the ethical and social standards of conduct regarding the use of information and
technology
10. Identify security threats and solutions
II. CONTENT LESSON 2: PERFORMING COMPUTER OPERATIONS (PCO)
Computer Application Software
Types of program/ application software
- word processing
- web browsers
- internet
Data processing
Checking and saving information
Storage devices
- primary
- secondary
Work Ergonomic
III. LEARNING TLE –ICT Learner’s Material
RESOURCES
A. References
1. Teacher’s Guide 6
Pages
2. Learner’s 43-77
Material Pages
3. Textbook Pages
4. Additional  https://link.quipper.com/
Materials from  TESDA CSS Module COC1
Learning Resources  http://sir-sherwin.blogspot.com
 http://computerhope.com
 http://webopedia.com

 https://sites.google.com/a/deped.gov.ph/ict-teacher-s-portal/computer-systems-servicing-
ncii
 https://sites.google.com/site/fixurpc1974/common
B. Other Learning Computer
Resources
IV. PROCEDURES
A. Reviewing Review previous lessons on the important Review previous lessons on the needed
previous lesson or components of a computer system materials/tools/components t
presenting the new
lesson
B. Establishing a Inform the learners that as future technicians, After familiarizing all the computer hardware
purpose for the they should be familiar with all the components parts of a computer, the tools and safety
lesson and technical aspects of computers. precautions from their previous lessons, the
students are now ready to build a computer
C. Presenting Present to the students that there are three Explain to the students that one of the basic
examples/ Ways to Buy a Desktop Computer System and skills that they must acquire in computer
instances of the new Method number 3 will be the focus of hardware servicing is to be able to build a
lesson lessons/activities for the week. computer independently.
Method 1: Off the shelf
Method 2: Off the shelf but with modifications
Method 3: purchase every component
separately and build it yourself
D. Discussing new Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of
concepts and each method. Performance Task 1 (per group)
practicing new skill
#1 Direction: Follow the given procedures
E. Discussing new Demonstrate the Step by Step Computer below and safety precautions must be
concepts and Building observed when working. You will be rated in
practicing new skill Step 1. Prepare your workplace accordance with the rubrics provided below:
#2 - working area
Step 2. Select the components/ materials/ tools
needed
Step 3. Prepare the Motherboard
Step 4. Install the CPU
Step 5. Install the CPU Heat Sink
Step 6. Install Memory (RAM Modules) Building a Computer
Step 7. Place the motherboard into the case Step 1. Prepare your workplace
Step 8. Connect the Power Supply Step 2. Inventory
Step 9. Install Graphics / Video Cards Make a list of the materials/
Step 10. Install Internal Drives tools/components you will need to
Step 11. Install the Add- in Cards build a computer
Step 3. Prepare all the needed
materials/tools/equipment in your
working table
Step 4. Prepare the Motherboard
Step 5. Install the CPU
Step 6. Install the CPU Heat Sink
Step 7. Install Memory (RAM Modules)
Step 8. Place the motherboard into the case
Step 9. Connect the Power Supply
Step 10. Install Graphics / Video Cards
Step 11. Install Internal Drives
Step 12. Install the Add- in Cards
F. Developing Let the students practice the skill they have Task 2:
Mastery learned and be ready for a performance task Direction: Answer the essential questions
next meeting. below according to your experience in
building (assembling) a computer.
1. What is the essence of following the
G. Finding practical correct procedures in connecting
applications of the PC parts?
concepts & skills in 2. What do you think is the main reason why
daily living we should never exert too much force when
attaching the cables of PC parts? Explain
your answer.
3. What do you feel when you are doing the
activity?
H. Making Building a computer (installing / connecting the peripherals of a computer system) is essential
generalizations & in Computer Hardware Servicing because the computer system will not work properly if
abstractions about hardware / peripherals were not attached properly into it. Learning the skill will be of great
the lesson help for a better understanding computer system.
I. Evaluating Direction: Rearrange the following procedures
Learning in their proper order. Use numbers to
indicate their order of precedence.

Building a computer

Checking of activity given

J. Additional activities Visit the work area of the students.


for application or
remediation
V. REMARKS
VI. REFLECTION
A. No. of learners who earned 75% in the
evaluation
B. No. of learners who require additional
activities for remediation who scored
below 75%
C. Did the remedial lesson work? No. of
learners who caught up with the lesson
D. No. of learners who continue to require
remediation
E. Which of my teaching strategies worked
well? Why did these work?
F. What difficulties did I encounter which
my principal or supervisor can help me
solve?
G. What innovation or localized materials
did I use/discover which I wish to share
with other teachers?
Prepared by: Checked by:

VANGIE P. MANUELO EUNICE ANN B. PUGUON


Subject Teacher School Principal II