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Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S01 LA1.S01.1 Computer Security Measures Apply Correct Security Procedures Using Antivirus Demonstration

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CRITERIA 1. Choose antivirus software to be used. Write the name of the antivirus software. 2. Start the antivirus software and select area to be scanned. State the area selected. 3. Scan the selected area. Copy scan summary. 4. Choose and apply any or all of the following when virus is detected – delete/remove, clean/heal, quarantine/move to vault. State action taken

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NOTE Use any antivirus software available e.g. Kaspersky, McAfee Virus Scan, Norton Antivirus, Trend Micro PC-Cillin, Dr Solomon, AVG, etc. Scan area can be specific folder, floppy disk, or flash memory.

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Candidate can print screen the scan summary. If no virus is detected, criterion four is considered done. Write “No action taken”. Values: • nt • sible Confide Respon

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TABLE OF CONSTRUCT
Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S01 LA1.S01.2 Computer Security Measures Apply Correct Security Procedures Using Anti-Spyware Demonstration

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CRITERIA 1. Choose antispyware software to be used. Write the name of the anti-spyware software. 2. Start the antispyware software and choose a scan mode. State the scan mode selected. 3. Scan the selected area. Copy scan summary. 4. Choose and apply any of the following when spyware is detected remove/quarantine the identified object(s). State the action taken.

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NOTE Suggested antispyware software: Lavasoft Ad-Aware SE Personal. Print screen can be used to display scan summary. If no spyware is detected, criterion four is considered done. Write “No action taken”. Values: • Confident • Responsible

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S01. Display cooperation.1 Impact of ICT on Society Locate and present information on impact of ICT on society Verbal Presentation MARK CRITERIA 1.LA1. criterion four is considered done. Topic b. Verbal verification from group members OR assessor’s observation.S02. Values: • Confident • Responsible 1 2 5 Completed ACF. 4. Conclusion d. Write the number of sources referred.LA1. Locate information from more than one source. Write “No action taken”.TOC. Sources of reference Submit a soft copy or hard copy of the presentation. 2. Content c. EVIDENCE NOTE Suggested antispyware software: Lavasoft Ad-Aware SE Personal. Present the information in 5 to 10 slides. Write the names of group members. Print screen can be used to display scan summary. 3.CW. Write the number of slides used. Presentation includes: a.2 2 10 TOTAL MARK - . a.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S02 LA1.AS02. If no spyware is detected. b.CW.

S03. Hard disk detected b. Candidates must connect all necessary cables.1 Values: • Accurate • Confident • Responsible 1 2 13 TOTAL MARK - . 6. Floppy drive AND/OR optical drive detected Completed ACF.S03. Write power (W) and voltage (V) of unit. EVIDENCE NOTE CAUTION: Assessor must make sure that the processor is properly fixed by the candidate to avoid permanent damage to it. Write RAM capacity.TOC. Check BIOS setup. Boot up the computer successfully. Install the power supply unit correctly. a. Write hard disk capacity.LA2.CW. Write processor specification. Write drive(s) installed. 2 4. 2. 2 3. Install the hard disk correctly.CW.1 PC Assembling Assemble the components of a PC Demonstration MARK 1.LA2. Install the floppy drive AND/OR optical drive correctly. 2 CRITERIA Fix the processor correctly. Installation of floppy drive OR optical drive is required if and only if they come with the PC. 7.S03. Fix the RAM correctly. 2 2 5.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S03 LA2.

Print screen can be used to display scan summary.TOC. Values: • Confident • Responsible 2. application software and utility program Demonstration MARK 1. If no spyware is detected.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S04 LA2. Write the name of the operating system installed.LA2.CW.S01.SO4. 3 Completed ACF. Write the name of the utility program installed.1 Software Installation Install operating system. criterion four is considered done. 3 CRITERIA Install an operating system. Install a utility program.LA1.CW.2 3 9 TOTAL MARK - . EVIDENCE NOTE Suggested antispyware software: Lavasoft Ad-Aware SE Personal.S04. Write the name of the application software installed. 3. Install application software. Write “No action taken”.

TWO examples Follow required written assignment format: a. Refer to WAF.LA2. b. Meaning 4 4 Written Assignment b. Explain pervasive computing a. Meaning EVIDENCE NOTE Candidate works in groups of 2 to 4 to conduct study AND/OR for discussion. a. TWO examples 3. Explain the latest development in ICT a. Explain the latest open source application software a. Meaning 4 b.CW.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S05 LA2. TOTAL MARK 2 2 20 - .1 Current and Future Development of Open Source Software and Latest Development in ICT Explain the latest open source software available and the latest development in ICT Written Assignment MARK CRITERIA 1. ONE software 4. Explain the latest open source OS a. TWO examples 2. content format b.S05. Suggested duration: 2 to 4 weeks Values: • Appreciate • Cooperate • Confident 4 b.LA2.CW.TOC. document format Display cooperation. Written assignment MUST be done individually. Write the names of group members. ONE hardware b.S05.S05.1. Verbal verification from group members or assessor’s observation.

Complete this written assignment individually.0 Pervasive Computing 5.CW.1 Meaning of open source application software 3.1 Hardware (state specification OR special features of ONE hardware and compare it to previous model(s)) 4. left. bottom..Times New Roman.2 Software (state year/date of release.top. and14 pts for title/heading - .1 Meaning of pervasive computing 5. software. hardware. Content Format 1.1 WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT FORMAT LEARNING AREA: Construct Aspect Instrument Instruction: Work in groups of two to four to find information and discuss on the latest open source software available and the latest development in ICT.LA2. paper size .0 The Latest Open Source Operating System (OS) 2.1 Meaning of open source OS 2.5 lines typeface .1 COMPUTER SYSTEM Current and Future Development of Open Source Software and Latest Development in ICT Explain the latest open source software available and the latest development in ICT Written Assignment    page margin .2 Examples of pervasive computing (explain two examples) 6. special features of ONE software and compare it to previous version(s)) 5.WAF.1.0 Introduction (meaning of open source software. You are given two to four weeks to complete this assignment. etc) 2. font size.2 Examples of open source application software (explain two examples) 4.12 pts (content).S05. and right: 1”.0 Conclusion Reference (give at least two sources of reference) Document Format  cover page o Candidate’s details o Title: The latest Open Source Software Available and the Latest Development in ICT : : : S05 LA2.0 The Latest Development in ICT 4.2 Examples of open source OS (explain two examples) 3.0 The Latest Open Source Application Software 3.A4 line spacing .S05.

 number of pages . 3. • 2 • • Crimp the cable using crimping tool.1 Network Facilities Setup Crimp and Test UTP Cables Demonstration MARK CRITERIA 1. (assessment done on final product) 2 4 Check the crossed cable is crimped successfully using a cable tester. Check the straight cable is crimped successfully using a cable tester. Crimp a Straight Cable Skin off the cable jacket.CW.3 to 10 TOC.S06. Crimped straight and crossed cables.S06. • • Crimp a Crossed Cable Skin off the cable jacket. • Cut and insert the wires into a RJ45 connector. Cut and insert the wires into a RJ45 connector. TOTAL MARK 8 - .LA3. Candidate may refer to the wiring schematic manual in the Learning Module. (assessment done on final product) EVIDENCE NOTE At least 1 meter of UTP cable is recommended. • Arrange the wires according to the 568B wiring schematic order for both ends. • Crimp the cable using a crimping tool. The cables must be labelled and kept in a safe place Values: • Precise • Confident • Abide 2 2 2. Untwist and straighten each wire.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S06 LA3. • Untwist and straighten each wire. Arrange the wires according to the 568A wiring schematic order for one end AND 568B wiring schematic order for the other end.

Set a Subnet Mask.S06. Write the IP address. EVIDENCE NOTE IP Address and Subnet Mask given by the assessor.LA3.CW. Copy the ping result. Choose another computer to test the configuration. Ping the other computer. Values: • accurate • confident • responsible • abide 3. 2 2.TOC.2 Network Facilities Setup Configure and Test Network Connection Demonstration MARK 1. 2 CRITERIA Set an IP Address.CW.S06.2 3 4.S06. Write the IP address of the computer.LA3. TOTAL MARK 8 - . Write the subnet mask. 1 Completed ACF.2 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S06 LA3.

Write the names of group members. 8 Refer to Written Assignment Format in WAF.CW. VPN.TOC. Describe the Latest Development in Networks and Communications Written Assignment MARK 1. Suggested duration: 2 to 4 weeks 4 Written Assignment 3.1 Values: • cooperate • responsible •abide 4. Verbal verification from group members or assessor’s observation TOTAL MARK 2 24 - . PAN. Describe Internet Technology and Services a. b. 2 Follow required written assignment format: content format document format 5. WIMAX EVIDENCE NOTE Candidates work in groups of 2 to 4 to conduct the study and for discussion. VoIP b.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S07 LA3.LA3. frequencies 2. Written assignment must be done individually. 8 CRITERIA Describe Mobile Computing a.S07. WLAN. b. c. a. Display cooperation.S07.CW. definition b.S07.LA3. specifications. BLOG Describe types of network a.1 Current and Future Development in Networks and Communications. d. services.

bottom. left. PDA. Complete this written assignment individually.1 VoIP 3.4 WIMAX 5.0 Introduction (Computer Networks and Communications) 2. services.0 Types of network.WAF.g.CW.0 Mobile Computing 2. Content format 1.LA3.S07. 4.2 VPN 4.1 PAN 4. You are given two to four weeks to complete this assignment.2 Specification.top.2 BLOG 4.0 Internet Technology and Services 3.A4 line spacing: 1.S07.1 Definition 2.1 WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT FORMAT LEARNING AREA : COMPUTER NETWORKS AND COMMUNICATIONS Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S07 LA3.5 lines   - . 3G mobile phone) 3. and frequencies of Mobile Computing (based on one product e.1 Current and Future Development in Networks and Communications Describe the Latest Development in Networks and Communications Written Assignment Instruction: Work in groups of two to four to find information and discuss on the latest development in Networks and Communications.3 WLAN 4. and right: 1”.0 Conclusion (Computer Networks and Communications) Reference (give at least two sources of reference) Document Format (use Word Processor)  cover page o Candidate’s details o Title: The Latest Development in Networks and Communications page margin . paper size .

Project CRITERIA 1.LA4. 14 pts for title/heading number of pages . a.LA4.3 to 10 TOC. animation 2 7 - . 5. Interface  user friendly  interactive c.1 and a soft copy of the product.CW. etc Completed RF. Implementation Phase Develop a multimedia project based on the storyboard using an authoring tool. EVIDENCE NOTE The multimedia product must be interactive.1 Multimedia Development Apply All The Phases Of Multimedia Production To Produce An Interactive Educational Multimedia Project. Navigation  all links/buttons functioning correctly d.S08.CW. Complete the checklist. font size .12 pts (content). Choose any topic from any subjects taught in school: • ICT • Bahasa Malaysia • Bahasa Inggeris • Mathematics • Science. Evaluation Phase Ask assessor to evaluate the developed multimedia product. 2 Design Phase Sketch storyboard. 4. educational and include all five multimedia elements. Content  match the project objective(s) b.Times New Roman. objective and target audience. 1 3. Authoring Tools: • Tool book • Presentation s/w • Web editor Values:  Creative  Integrity • Responsible 3 2.S08. Testing Phase Test the developed multimedia product.S08.  typeface . Write the name of the authoring tool used. Multimedia Elements  text  graphic  audio  video c. Analysis Phase Write the project title.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument MARK : : : S08 LA4.

S08. Write the storage medium used and name of the main file or folder. TOTAL MARK RF.CW.S08.1 Multimedia Development Apply All The Phases Of Multimedia Production To Produce An Interactive Educational Multimedia Project. Publishing Phase Submit a softcopy of the multimedia product.1 16 REPORT FORM LEARNING AREA Name of Candidate IC No Index No Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S08 LA4. Project : MULTIMEDIA - .1 6.LA4.

CW. DESIGN PHASE (attach storyboard if space provided not enough) 3.1.1) 6. EVALUATION PHASE (to be carried out by the assessor using ACF. PUBLISHING PHASE - Storage Medium Main File/Folder Name . IMPLEMENTATION PHASE Authoring tool 4. ANALYSIS PHASE Project Title Objective(s) Target Audience 2. TESTING PHASE CHECKLIST FORM Items A B Content Match the project goal Interface User-friendly Interactive Navigation C All links/buttons functioning correctly YES NO 5.LA4.S08.

drawings from different types of sources such as newspapers.LA4. pictures. 4. etc into a scrapbook based on any of the following: • Immersive Multimedia in Education Immersive Multimedia in Business Immersive Multimedia in 2 2 2.CW. Completed RF. Internet. Front cover includes a. State source and/or date in the scrapbook. Business or Entertainment Scrapbook MARK CRITERIA 1. name of candidate EVIDENCE NOTE Candidate compiles articles. topic b.S09.LA4. Scrapbook contains at least SIX pages excluding front and back covers.1 Current and Future Development of Multimedia Gather Examples of Immersive Multimedia In Education. Collections are relevant to the topic chosen.1 AND Scrapbook 2 • • 2 - . magazines.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S09 LA4. 3.S09.Candidate’s Signature ------------------------------ TOC.S09.CW.

S09.CW.1 Entertainment Scrapbook must be done individually. Submit RF. Values: • creative • responsible appreciate 10 TOTAL MARK - .LA4.2 5.

RF. Business Or Entertainment Scrapbook Activity Log (record all activities carried out in compiling the scrapbook) Date Activity Remarks Candidate’s Signature ------------------------------ - .1 REPORT FORM LEARNING AREA : MULTIMEDIA Name of Candidate IC No Index No Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S11 LA5.1 Current And Future Development Of Multimedia Gather Examples of Immersive Multimedia In Education.LA4.CW.S09.S11.

Compile the program.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S10 LA5. Write down the name of the executable file.1 AND Submitted program. assessor runs the candidate’s program to validate the output in 4(b) using the data in 4(a). Write the problem statement. OR Draw the flowchart. 6 2 5. Write the formula to be used.S10. 2 4. 20 TOTAL MARK - .CW. State the test data used for each input item listed in 1(b). Documentation Submit report and soft EVIDENCE NOTE Duration of practical session: 2 periods Choose any of the suggested projects (refer to APPENDIX B) or propose a new project. Write the expected output. List all the required input items c. b. d.TOC.S10. Values: 1.CW. Testing and Debugging a. Sketch the user interface design for output.1 Program Development Apply Program Development Phases To Develop A Problem-Solving Program Practical Session MARK 1. CRITERIA Problem Analysis a.LA5.LA5. c. b. Submit • executable file and/or • project file and form(s). During evaluation. Abide 4. Responsible 4 6 Completed RF. Confident 3. Coding Develop a program based on (1) and (2). Write the name of the project file. Sketch the user interface design for input.S10. Write the output based on 4(a) c. Program Design a. Write the pseudocode. 2. Accurate 2. 3.

Pseudocode OR Flowchart - . Problem Statement b. Expected Output d.RF. Program Design a.S10. Problem Analysis a. Formula Used 2.LA5.S10.CW. Required Input c.1 REPORT FORM LEARNING AREA Name of Candidate IC No Index No Construct Aspect Instrument Assessment : : : : 1/2/3/_ S10 LA5.1 Program Development Apply Program Development Phases To Develop A Problem-Solving Program Practical Session : PROGRAMMING 1.

b. c. User Interface Design for Input c. Write the output based on the input data in 4(a) e. Name of the executable file Input item (s) Input data Output item(s) Actual Output - . Testing and Debugging a. User Interface Design for Output 3. State the data used for each input item listed in 1(b). Coding (refer to program submitted) Project File Name: __________________ 4.

1 Current And Future Development Of The Latest Programming Languages Find Out The Latest Programming Languages Report MARK CRITERIA 1.S11. purpose (why it was introduced)/applic ation d. EVIDENCE NOTE Report must be done individually. the developer b.CW. translator used 3.LA5. Identify and state a.TOC. State the source of reference. Identify and name the two latest programming languages 2. Suggested duration: 2 weeks Values: • Cooperate • Appreciate 2 Completed RF. approach (structured/objectoriented/etc) f.S11.LA5. when it was developed c. platform e.CW.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S11 LA5.1 12 2 16 TOTAL MARK - .S11.

LA5.RF.S11.S11. Platform (OS) Approach Translator used Special features (optional) Source of Reference Candidate’s Signature ------------------------------ - .CW.1 : 1. Current And Future Development Of The Latest Programming Languages Find Out The Latest Programming Languages Report 2.1 REPORT FORM LEARNING AREA : PROGRAMMING Name of Candidate IC No Index No Construct Aspect Instrument Name of Latest Programming Language Developer Year Developed Purpose : S11 : LA5.

a. State the project title and the objective(s) of the project. Create a form for each table. State the field names for each table. 4. Draw a line to show the relationship between both tables.LA6. 7. Create all the required tables. 8 Completed RF. 2 2 3.TOC. b.CW. Enter data into the tables. Name each table. c. Relate the tables.1 Database Development Develop A Database Project Practical Session MARK CRITERIA EVIDENCE NOTE Duration of practical session: 2 periods Choose any of the suggested projects in APPENDIX C or propose a new project. Values: • ccurate • onfident responsible a c 2 5.S12. Create a report based on the query created. d. State the primary key(s). Create a query from two tables.S12. 1:M or M:N or 1:1 2 1.S12 1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S12 LA6. TOTAL MARK 2 2 20 - .1 AND soft copy of the database project Field name ……. 2. 6.CW.LA6. Example: TABLE 1 TABLE 2 Field name ……. Draw a line to show the relationship. Submit the report form and a soft copy of the developed database project.

6.1 REPORT FORM LEARNING AREA Name of Candidate IC No Index No Construct Aspect Instrument Assessment 1.CW.S12. 4. Name of forms Number of records entered Criteria used for query Name of report Name of file Table ________________ Table ___________________ 5.S12. 3.RF.LA6. 7. Table name Field names Table 1 Table 2 : : : : 1/2/3/_ S12 LA6.1 Database Development Develop A Database Project Practical Session : INFORMATION SYSTEM Primary key The relationship between both tables. Field Name: Criteria: Candidate’s Signature - . Project title Objective(s) 2.

Define web-based application.LA6.CW.CW.S13. State an advantage of 2/0 web-based application compared to non webbased application. 10 TOTAL MARK - . EVIDENCE NOTE Report must be done individually. 7.1 Current And Future Developments In Information Systems Find Out Current Developments In Computer Information Systems. Completed RF.S13. State a vulnerability of 1 1 web-based application.LA6. Name a programming language used to develop web-based application. 5.1 TABLE OF CONSTRUCT Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S13 LA6.-----------------------------TOC. 6. 3. State source of reference. Suggested duration: 2 weeks Values: • cooperate • responsible 2 2. Name a DBMS used in 1 web-based application.S13.1 1 4. Report MARK CRITERIA 1. Give an example of web2 based application. State the function of the application.

An advantage of webbased application (compared to non webbased application) A vulnerability of webbased application Source of Reference Candidate’s Signature - .1 Current And Future Developments In Information Systems Find Out Current Developments In Computer Information Systems.S13.RF.CW.S13.LA6. Report : INFORMATION SYSTEM Definition of web-based application An example of webbased application Function of the application An example of a programming language used to develop webbased application.1 REPORT FORM LEARNING AREA Name of Candidate IC No Index No Construct Aspect Instrument : : : S13 LA6. An example of a DBMS used in the web-based application.

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