Day: Monday Date: 27th April 2009 Class: Year 3B Number of pupils: 3B (24 pupils) Time: 3B (9.30 -10.

00) Subject: ICT – Removable Storage Devices (Recap Previous Lesson) The main objectives of this activity are to develop their problem solving skill, communication skill, reading skill as well as writing skills (typing skill). As for backup, if more than half of the pupils forget to bring their own pendrive, they will be doing the same activity as Year 3A students.
i. Set Induction (2 minutes) Teacher Action Before the class begins, teacher will do oral questioning on removable storage devices. Teacher will recall previous lesson by showing 5 removable storage devices one by one. Pupils’ Action / Pupils’ Learning Pupils will be instructed to gather around in front of IWB where teacher will show them different types of removable storage devices (i.e. Pendrive, Portable Hard Disk, CDROM, DVD, floppy diskette). These questions will relate to Oral questioning the pupils: today’s activity on removable storage devices. • What do you called this thing? They will be given opportunities to give their • This thing can hold up 6 different movies. What does comments and ideas. This will let them to trust their judgment or decision making. Indirectly, it it call? will also develop their communication skills. 1. Step-by-step procedure

Teacher ii. Lesson’s Introduction 1: Creative thinking by Brainstroming Step 1 (10 minutes) Step 1:

Pupils Step 1: Pupils will be instructed to stay gather in front of the interactive Whiteboard (IWB) where teacher starts the PowerPoint Presentation. The oral questioning will be opened to any pupils to avoid any stress or anxiety among them. Brainstorming is one way of learning strategies

Teacher will show them a PowerPoint Presentation which includes different types of removable storage devices which are still widely used among Primary School’s pupils. Teacher will also discuss on the pros and cons of each devices.

Oral questioning the pupils: that I used to encourage the pupils to develop Can we use this device to save 20MB data? their thinking, problem solving skills and Which one would you think is easier to use to save encourage them to give comment fluently and your movie/ songs? confidently.
iii. Lesson Development 2: Step 2 (10 minutes) Step 2: Teacher asks them to go to their workstation and follow teacher’s instruction on classroom activity. Teacher will explain what they are expected to do: 1. Find a folder called “ 20 April 2009 ” on the desktop. Then double click to open. Click on “classwork” document. 2. Fill in both of your name and class you are study in. 3. You can discuss the answers with your partners, but remember to type in your answers in complete spelling / sentences. 4. Once finish, SAVE the document by clicking on: File > Save As (Type your name and class). 5. Finally, put your PENDRIVE / FLOPPY DISK into the computer USB and copy the “20 April 2009” folder to your own pendrive or floppy disk. Teacher will show them on how to ‘drag-anddrop’ a document to be shared. iv. Conclusion: Pupil’s Feedback Teacher will ask them on what they have Pupils are reminded to bring their own pendrives learnt today and inform that they might need for next week activity. Step 2: Pupils will go to their workstation and expected to follow teacher’s instruction which will also be projected on IWB. They should listen carefully on teacher’s explanation before start to do the classroom activity. Exploration: During this lesson, they will be given more information on pros and cons of storage device. Therefore, they could be able to choose which one will be appropriate and applicable to buy and use in different situations with different amount of data to be saved.

( 3 minutes) Another 5 minutes is reserved for morning greeting, reciting ‘Doa’ and any other delaying.

different types of removable devices on specific amount of data needed to be saved.

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