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My tech 600 notebook using google chrome presentation

By Kelly

Computer vocab: Ways to save information Network: Connection of computers connected to the
internet such as CLSD network. The Clouds: Place to store things on the internet. RAM: Random Access Memory- it’s the memory inside the computer USB: UNIVERSAL STORAGE DEVICE: ALSO KNOWN AS A FLASH DRIVE

History of computers from Bill Nye
-One of the first computers could fill up an entire gym! -Original computers had cords that needed to be switched to get the different computer programs to run -1 and 0 are binary numbers and are switches in our modern computers to make programs run -The World Wide Web, WWW, was created in 1989! It’s 24 years old!

Computer Vocab Cont
Mouse: It’s hardware and moves the cursor. Monitor: It’s hardware and is a screen just like a tv. Keyboard: It’s hardware that lets you type Headphones: Hardware that lets you hear things on the computer HARDWARE: Hardware are pieces of the computer that you can touch.

Computer Vocab continued
Microsoft word: It’s software and you can type a document. Google Chrome: It’s software and you can create a document or presentation. iPhoto: It’s software that saves your photos and you can edit them. Paint: It’s software that you can use to draw and create your own picture Software: It’s a program that makes your computer run!

qwerty keyboarding
-Name of the keyboard from the first row of letters.
-Home row: it’s where our hands and fingers are placed. ASDF GH JKL;

Google Documents
It’s an internet based program through Google Chrome. Similar to Microsoft Word. You can type papers, create papers, make a drawing, add your own images, links, colors, fonts, italicize, bold, and underline.

Google Presentations
Similar to Microsoft powerpoint. You can create a slideshow.

3 Steps to Internet Research
1. Be safe 2. Use reliable and accurate websites 3. Don’t plagiarize, give the original author credit Example: according to www.nasa.gov “cygrus launched September 18th aboard an Antares rocket. From NASA’s WallopsFlight Facility in Virginia.”

My Birthday

According to www.history.com: “Shortly after midnight on this day in 1961, East German soldiers begin laying down barbed wire and bricks as a barrier between Soviet, controlled East Berlin and the democratic western section of the city.”

Tips to Prevent Plagiarism
* Copy and Paste your URL/Web address into your notes and or project such as www.history.com * If you copy the author’s exact words put them into “Quotation Marks”. *Write down citation information on a source sheet such as author’s first and last name, date you used the webpage, copyright date, title of book/magazine/webpage, title of article, editor’s name, publishing company.

Tips to prevent plagiarism with images/photos in Google Drive
* If you copy and paste an image from Google Images you MUST Copy/Paste URL/Web address too! * If you copy and paste from Google Stock you do not have to copy and paste URL because they allow you access on Google Drive.

Three words to describe my holiday break

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Pets Books Writing

MLA on Noodle Tools
* Modern Language Association * We adopted MLA to cite our sources and not plagiarize. * It will help you create a bibliography at the end of your project so we don’t plagiarize. * You take the information you copied and pasted or wrote on your source sheets, place it into Noodle Tools and it will create a MLA bibliography.

Research through the Decades using “Quotes”
Goal: Choose ONE fact from your decades project that is the author’s EXACT words - place quotes around them and give the source credit. Kelly’s Example: According to www.fiftiesweb.com “Kids wore shorter hair with curls near the end in the sixties.”

InfOhio: Student Research center
Its database LGCA - Lake Geauga Computer Association - pays so we can belong to InfOhio!

Always reliable, accurate, and at our Middle School level so we can read and understand the text.
Search with Keywords to filter or refine your results!

InfOhio: Student Research center
9 ways to Filter our Results Magazines: Pop Culture, Current Events, & Athletes Newspapers: World Events or Headlines Books/encyclopedias: General Information or Past History Biographies: People Radios/TV News Transcripts: Play by Play Country Reports: Country State/Province Reports: State or Province Primary Source Documents: Declaration of Independance Photos, Maps, & Flags:

InfOhio World book student
It’s a database, too.
It is the electronic version of World Book Encyclopedia. It is 100% accurate, reliable, and true. At the end of most articles, World Book Student gives the MLA Citation information. You can double click on any word and it will tell you the definition. “About 95 percent of the English people live in urban areas.” ]Sutcliffe, Anthony, and Peter R. Mounfield. "England." World Book Student. World Book, 2013. Web. 12 Nov. 2013.

Citing Textual Evidence
Claim: Assertion (State what you think). This is your topic sentence. Evidence: From the text (You can back-up your claim with a paraphrase or summary). Explanation: How your evidence proves your claim.

Citing Textual Evidence
Evidence based terms: ...because… ...according to the text… ...for example… ...for instance… ...the author stated… ...on page...it said...

My CEE
Claim: I would like to get money for the holidays. Evidence: If I had more money, I could save up for college and other big things. Explanation: Therefore, I would like to get money for the holidays.

My Grumpy Cat CEE
Claim: Grumpy cat’s real name is Tardar Sauce. Evidence: According to
http://web.b.ebscohost.com/src/search?sid=9b1fd2c56cb9-4399-8572c1a9dc0abdcd%40sessionmgr115&vid=1&hid=127,

Grumpy cat’s real name is Tardar Sauce. Explanation: Therefore, this article proves that Grumpy Cat’s real name is Tardar Sauce.

Before you Facebook, Instagram, Text, Twitter, Blog THINK
T: H: I: N: K: Is it True Is it Helpful Is it Inspiring Is it Necessary Is it Kind

Let’s be safe online
1. Don’t let anyone follow you unless you know them very well. 2. Don’t tell anyone what state/city you live in. 3.Check the background of your photos for anything that says your name or location on it such as newspapers or school papers 4. If you copy something directly from a website, you need to give the original author credit 5. Don’t give out your picture or your friends’

Spreadsheet helps us

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Stay Organized Order pizza Add charts and graphs Find average Find minimum Find maximum Find sum Make a wish list Take a survey

My Weebly
http://techwithkellyh.weebly.com