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Technological University of the Philippines

College of Industrial Education
BTTE – 4A

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Objectives
At the end of the lesson, 95% of the students will be able to:

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Identify the parts of a computer

Demonstrate the proper procedure in assembling a computer

Follow the correct procedure of assembling a computer

Content
A. Topic: Assembling a computer
B. Materials
1. Visual Aids, PowerPoint presentation
2. Secondhand Computer (Complete parts and peripherals)
a. System Unit (Pre-installed with operating system and drivers)
b. Monitor
c. Mouse
d. Keyboard
e. Power Regulator
C. References: www.pcmag.com; TESDA Computer Hardware Servicing
Module

Give each group an envelope containing all of the puzzle pieces. Discussion / Demonstration Unlocking difficulties: Guide questions: 1. Motivation – COOPERATION SQUARES: Divide into groups of 6 (5 will participate and one will observe). Prayer b. What are the parts of a basic computer? 2. Each person is to be randomly given 3 pieces. Without talking each person is to assemble a six inch square using the pieces given and any others voluntarily given to him or her by other participants. Checking of attendance d. b. Review of the past lesson 2. What will be the steps to follow in assembling a computer? . Daily routine / Preparation a. At the end of the exercise. Greetings c. Preparatory activities 1. Lesson Proper a.III. Procedure A. each participant will have a six inch square in front of him or her.

Monitor – a display screen used to provide visual output from a computer. Step 3: Unit. typically a Liquid Crystal Display or a Light Emitting Diode monitor. to the system unit. Step 2: Connect the VGA cord from the monitor. which provides a constant voltage despite variations in input voltage or output load. An HDMI cable can also be used if available. Connect the USB mouse and keyboard to the system . Mouse – is an input device that is most often with a personal computer. Wires. Voltage Regulator – a device connected between the power source and a load. Keyboard – is a typewriter style device. connectors and AC plug should be complete.3. How to test if the computer is working? PARTS OF A COMPUTER System unit – is an enclosure of all the main interior components of a computer. STEPS IN ASSEMBLING A COMPUTER Step 1: Check all peripherals. which uses an arrangement of buttons or keys to act as mechanical levers or electronic switches.

Step 7: Power on the system unit and the monitor. Step 8: Once the computer is on. and then turn the power on. Value Integration  Innovativeness  Following the instruction  Efficiency  Productivity iii. Step 5: Plug the AC cord of the system unit to the voltage regulator. a part of this is that we analyze the correct procedure. Application Simultaneous Demonstration . Generalization Assembling a computer is a process in which we combined all the needed parts of a computer to be functional. Step 6: Plug the voltage regulator to the wall outlet.Step 4: Plug the AC cord of the monitor to the voltage regulator. Also. placement of function of each part in order to make a computer functional and ready for use. check if the mouse and the keyboard is working by clicking an icon or typing in a document. c. Closing Activities i. ii.

) • Use of tools and equipment • Application of procedures • Safety work habits • Final output • Time management Total: V. Aside .) Needs No Improvement Attempt Point Earned (1 pt.) (3 pts. cut out pictures of these parts and paste it on a ¼ illustration board. Assignment Individual Directions: Research on other parts of a computer aside from the ones that has been discussed. Excellent Very Satisfactory (4 pts.The teacher will demonstrate the procedure of assembling a computer together with the selected students following the procedure simultaneously.) Satisfactory (2 pts. IV. Evaluation Checking of students work.

. also indicate the name and function of each part. Be creative. To be submitted next meeting.from the pictures.