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Recalling Concepts
A. Write the concept described below.
1. Puts the computer in a low-power state of hibernation
2. Serves as a bridge between the computer and the computer user
3. Allows users to select menus
4. Shuts down Windows and starts it again
5. An operating system with a "friendly environment"
6. Simultaneously pressing Ctrl-Alt-Del
7. Shuts down Windows safely and turns the computer off
8. One of the latest versions of Windows
9. Turning the computer off and turning it on again after five seconds
10. These are run by instruction from software
B. Fill in the blanks
1. Features of Windows
a.
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b.
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2. Options of the Turn Off Computer dialog box (with descriptions)
a.
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b.
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c.
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3. Functions of the operating system
a.
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b.
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c.
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4. Ways of booting the computer (with explanations)
a.
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b.
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Making Output
Answer the following:
1. How do you start Windows? What will you do if it doesn't start?
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2. In what way is a password important? Would you want to have your own password?
Why?
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3. Enumerate the steps in shutting down Windows.
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Creating Results
1. Research on other operating systems that are in use today. Give a description and
short feature of other operating systems.
2. Do the following:
a. Start the computer.
b. Shut down Windows (Stand by).
c. Do a cold boot.
d. Shut down Windows (Restart).
e. Do a warm boot.
f. Shut down Windows (Turn Off).

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Recalling Concepts
A. Identify the parts of the desktop based on the description given. Write the name of
the part on the box.
1. allows you to view the contents of your computer
2. shows a list of programs when you click it
3. serves as your computer's temporary garbage can
4. allows you to see your local network
5. shows the time at the right end of the taskbar
6. appears like an arrow
7. lets you view the location where most of your
documents are located
8. Displays buttons for every open program or
application
9. the whole are that shows the entire background
of the screen
10. small pictures or graphics that represent programs
B. List the five basic functions of the mouse and briefly state how to do each function.
1.
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2.
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3.
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4.
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5.
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Making Output
Answer the following:
1. Why should a computer user personalize his or her desktop?
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2. In your own words, describe the steps to change your screen saver.
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3. What are icons for? How do these help the beginning computer user?
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Creating Results
1. Do the following using your mouse:
a. Point to the Start button
What
happened?_____________________________________________________________
b. Click the following and write what happened.
--- Start button
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--- My Computer icon
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c. Double-click the following and write what happened.
--- My Documents icon
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--- Recycle Bin
________________________________________________________
d. Right- click the following and write what happened.
--- My Computer icon
________________________________________________________
--- Desktop
________________________________________________________
--- Taskbar
________________________________________________________
2. Change the background, screen saver, and appearance of your computer desktop to
suit your preferences.
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e. Drag the My Computer and My Documents icons to the right side of the desktop.
Recalling Concepts
A. Identify the concepts described. Write only the letter of the correct answer on the
blank.
a. Command button
1. Set of built-in commands b. window
2. Stretches a window to its largest possible size c. menu
3. Buttons that carry out operation when clicked
d. dialog box
4. Sections of a dialog box
5. A rectangular area that shows files and folders e. Restore button
6. A list box appears when its arrow is clicked f. tabs
7. Bar on the right edge of a window g. Minimize button
8. Returns a window to its previous size h. vertical scroll bar
9. Reduces a window to a button i. drop-down list box
10. Used to get user preferences j. Maximize button
Making Output
B. Fill in the following table.

WINDOWS FEATURES
DESCRIPTION
COMPONENT (describe how to use it briefly)

windows
menus

dialog boxes

Making Output
1. How important are dialog boxes? Hoe does it help in determining what the user
wants?
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2. Briefly describe the steps in sizing a window.
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3. What are menus for? What is the advantage of putting together commands in a set or
in a group?
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Creating Results
1. Do the following:
a. Double- click the My Computer icon. Then toggle on the minimize/maximize/
restore buttons on the Title bar.
b. Double-click the My Documents icon. Then toggle on the minimize/ maximize/
restore buttons on the Title bar.
c. double-click the Recycle Bin icon. Resize the three windows so that My
Computer will be the largest, My Documents will be the second largest, and the
Recycle Bin the smallest.
2. Open the Notepad program by clicking Start, Programs, Accessories, then
Notepad On the Menu bar, click File, Open. List the parts of the Open dialog box that
will appear.
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Recalling Concepts
A. Fill in the blanks.
1. The ______________________ is an area in memory that holds the most recently
copied information.
2. You can type the name of your program and execute it using the
______________________ command.
3. You can browse through your computer using the ______________________
window to find the program you want.
4. ______________________ is a built-in text editor that you can use to enter data
or information in text form.
5. After running or using an application, you must ______________________ it.
6. A mini word processor that can handle larger files than Notepad is
______________________.
7. Programs may have ______________________ on the desktop.
8. the calculator may be used in standard mode and in ______________________
mode.
9. Too many ______________________ programs will be a burden to the
computer's memory.
10. Programs that take up the whole screen are not ______________________
B. Complete the blocks.
1. To run Notepad
Click , , , then
2. To use the Run Command
Click , then . Then type the command.
3. To run Solitaire
Click , , , then .
4. To run a DOS application
At the , type the name of the application. Then press .
5. To ensure compatibility with Windows XP
After right-clicking the icon of the incompatible program, click .
Then choose the tab.

Making Output
Answer the following:
1. Explain the three ways of running programs in Windows.
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2. Why is it important to know how to manage applications and programs? Elaborate.
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3. What do you think are the advantages and disadvantages of working on several
programs or applications simultaneously?
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Creating Results
1. Transfer information from one application to another by doing the following:
a. Start Notepad. Then type the following on the blank area:

August 19, 2006

TOKYO (AP) - Worried about leaving your house empty while you
go on vacation? Japan has the answer: a house-sitter robot
armed with a digital camera, infrared sensors and a videophone.

Stores across Japan started taking orders Thursday for the


Roborior - a watermelon-sized eyeball on wheels that glows
purple, blue and orange - continuing the country's love affair
with gadgets.
b. Copy the information to the Clipboard.
c. Open WordPad. Copy the information from the Clipboard to the WordPad blank
area.
d. Save the file as Robot.
2. Open four built-in games in Windows. Then spread them on the desktop, with all
games visible. Have the Solitaire game as the active program.
3. Run Calculator using the three methods of starting programs in Windows, as
described. Then compute for the average grade of your five main subjects using the
Windows Calculator.
4. Have a daily diary. Use the Notepad program. Open it and type the date and your
thoughts for the day. Save it as (YourName)Diary(Date). For example, AlvinDiary08-01-
05. It will be saved with .txt extension. You can later retrieve each of these daily
thoughts by putting it in a single folder.

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Recalling Concepts
A. Write T if the statement is true and F if it is false.
1. One permanent and large data storage device is the floppy disk.
2. A file is the basic unit of storage in a computer.
3. Deleting a file or folder allows you to remove unnecessary files on your
computer.
4. It is better to organize your folders into files so that you can easily manage
your data.
5. A file can be a program file or a data file.
6. Files which have the extension .jpg are text files.
7. There is no problem with deleting a file by mistake.
8. Deleted files and folders are temporarily stored in the Recycle Bin.
9. The floppy drive is usually known as Drive A.
10. To select an item, you need to double- click it.
b. Briefly describe/ define the following concepts:
1. file
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2. folder
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3. hard disk
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4. floppy drive
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5. program file
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6. data file
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7. CD-ROM
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8. Recycle Bin
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9. Cutting
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10. Pasting
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Making Output
Answer the following:
1. When do you rename files? When do you delete them?
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2. Differentiate moving files from copying files.
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3. How are electronic files and folders similar to actual files and folders? Describe and
elaborate.
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Creating Results
1. Do the following:
a. Create the following folders in drive C: My Folder Another Folder

b. Under each folder, create the following subfolders.

My Folder Another Folder

My Diary My Pictures My Work Another's Another's


Diary Work

c. Move the text files you made on your daily thoughts to the My Diary Folder.
d. Open WordPad. Write a one-page essay about yourself. Then save it as filename
Essay. Move the file containing your essay to then My Work folder.
e. Rename the following folders:
--- My Folder to <YourName> Folder (ex. Ricky Folder)
--- My Diary to <YourName> Diary
--- My Pictures to <YourName> Pictures
--- My Work to <YourName> Work
f. Rename the file named Essay to My Thought About Myself
g. Delete the folder Another Folder
2. Search for filenames that have the extension .jpg. Choose three of these files and
move them to your <YourName> Pictures folder.

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Recalling Concepts
A. Write the concepts described below.
1. The wizard installs new hardware.
2. Default tab in Mouse Properties
3. Tab that allows setting of Mouse speed
4. Tab that lets you install new programs
5. One of the most necessary input devices
6. Checkbox that lets you put a shadow on your pointer
7. One of the schemes in the Pointers tab
8. Default tab in Keyboard Properties
9. Wizard that allows you to remove programs.
10. Window with utilities that lets you control aspects of your
computer.
B. Fill in the following lists.
1. Things you can change using the Mouse Properties dialog box.
a. ________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
b. ________________________________________________________________
c. ________________________________________________________________
d. ________________________________________________________________
2. Things you can change with the Keyboard Properties dialog box.
a. ________________________________________________________________
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b. ________________________________________________________________

3. Things you can do with the Add or Remove Programs feature


a. ________________________________________________________________
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b. ________________________________________________________________
c. ________________________________________________________________
Making Output
Answer the following:
1. What is the purpose of having a Control Panel? How helpful is it to a user?
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2. Why is it important to have the option to remove programs and some Windows
components?
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3. What other items in the Control panel would you want to run or activate? How do you
think it will help you?
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Creating Results
1. Do the following:
a. Activate the Mouse Properties dialog box. Then set the double-click speed of
your mouse to fast (maximum). Then go to your desktop and click the My
Computer icon. How different is it now than before? Return the double-clock
speed to its previous rate.
b. Activate the Mouse Properties dialog box again. Choose your own scheme
and put a shadow in the mouse pointer.
2. With the help of your teacher, do the following:
a. Install a small program using the Add or Remove Programs feature.
b. Remove a program that is not important anymore.
c. Remove a Windows component that is not necessary for your use.
3. Activate or run five more icons or features in the Control Panel, aside from those
that were discussed in the lesson. What do these features offer? Write a brief
description of each tool or feature and what they can do.
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Recalling Concepts
A. Fill in the blanks.
1. The ______________________ is used to have a closer view of your working
area in Paint.
2. The large, white area in the middle of the paint window is called the
______________________.
3. You can enjoy audio,video and other multimedia by using the
______________________
4. Pressing the ______________________ button in Windows Media Player will
activate the initial music.
5. The ______________________ menu in Paint is used to manipulate the picture.
6. In the Windows Media Player, the ______________________ shows all the
locations where audio and video files are located.
7. The Windows Media Player window can have different "looks" or
______________________.
8. The ______________________ consists of different tools that you use when you
draw your pictures.
9. When you choose Set As Background, the picture you are working on will
become the computer's ______________________.
B. Fill in the following table.

TOOL DESCRIPTION OR
TOOL IN TOOLBOX DRAW THE ICON
FUNCTION
Making Output
Answer the following
1. In what ways are multimedia enjoyable and exciting to a computer user?
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2. Explain briefly the steps on how you can draw in Paint.
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3. Differentiate ripping from burning.
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Creating Results
1. Create an artwork in Paint using all the tools available. Save it in a file and make it
your wallpaper.
2. Bring a CD of your favorite song. Then play it on your computer using Windows
Media Player.
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Recalling Concepts
A. Fill in the blanks.
1. ______________________ shows how many MB of data can be freed up.
2. One of the things a computer user should regularly do is to
______________________ your drives.
3. Disk Cleanup deletes only ______________________ and unimportant files.
4. The ______________________ displays used space and free space available on
a drive.
5. Windows ______________________ allows you to view text that will help you
clarify various topics.
6. The tool that rearranges files and unused space is the ______________________
7. The ______________________ tool determines if fragmentation is bad enough
and suggests if the drive should be defragmented
8. Hard disks and other storage dives ______________________ in time.
9. -10. To prevent damage to files, you have to regularly check your drive for
______________________ and ______________________ errors.
B. Do the following:
1. Briefly describe how to check your drive for errors.

2. Briefly describe how to clean your disk of unnecessary files.

3. Briefly describe how to defragment your files.


Making Output
Answer the following:
1. Why is it necessary to regularly check your drive for logical and physical errors?
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2. What are defragmented files? I what way do they affect the condition of the drive or
disk? How is defragmentation solved?
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_____

3. How do Windows Help assist the computer user?


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_____

Creating Results
1. Do the following:
a. Run Disk Cleanup to clean up your disk or drive.
b. Check your drive for errors.
c. Defragment your drive if necessary.
2. Activate the Help and Support Center. Find the following topics and study what
Windows Help has to say about them. List in not more than one paragraph of five
sentences one particular fact you learned about each of the items.
a. Defragmentation
b. Files and Folders
c. Applications and Programs
d. Backing Up the Hard Disk
e. Connecting to the Internet
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Recalling Concepts
A. Write the concepts described below.
1. Program to explore the web
2. Network of computers all over the world
3. Firm that offers Internet access
4. U.S. military project
5. Data in computers linked by the Internet
6. Converts digital data to analog and vice versa
7. Business on the Internet
8. People who access electronic bulletin boards
9. Formatting language to construct web pages
10. Sending mail through the Internet
B. Fill in the following list (with a brief explanation for each concept)
1. Uses of the Internet
a. ________________________________________________________________
b. ________________________________________________________________
c. ________________________________________________________________
d. ________________________________________________________________
2. Requirements to connect to the Internet
a. ________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
b. ________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
Making Output
Answer the following:
1. What do you think is the most important use of the Internet today? Defend your
answer.
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2. Give the advantages and disadvantages of e-commerce compared to regular
commerce and business.
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3. Why should you not accept data and information from all Internet sources?
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Creating Results
1. Observe a demonstration of your teacher on how to connect to the Internet. Take
note of how the different devices and programs interact to provide Internet
connection.
2. Research on the Internet about more uses of the web. Make a report on various
ways the Internet is being used and tapped today.
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Recalling Concepts
A. Fill in the blanks.
1. The ______________________ lets you manipulate parts of the web page.
2. The collection of web pages linked by the Internet is called the
______________________
3. Serving as an interface, the ______________________ allows you to read web
pages.
4. A ______________________ is a collection of web pages group together by a
particular topic.
5. The first page to appear on screen is called the ______________________
6. The ______________________ is where you type the address of your website.
7. The ______________________ contains various buttons to help you navigate tin
the Internet.
8. In the Menu bar, the ______________________ menu can assist you if you have
problems in using the Internet.
9. Highlighted text that link you to other websites are called
______________________
10. ______________________ is a built- in Windows web browser.
B. Connect the following by writing the letter of the correct answer on the box.

stops the downloading of a webpage

opens up electronic mail options

displays the home page

displays a list of websites recently


visited
gets you back to the previous web
page
refreshes the current web page

prints the current web page

opens a search engine to search for


topics
displays a list of your favorite
websites
returns you to the web page used
before you used the Back button
Making Output
Answer the following:
1. What features does a web browser provide in accessing the web?
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2. Briefly describe the steps in connecting to the Internet and in accessing websites.
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3. How do hyperlinks work? Briefly explain how they make it easier for users to
access the web.
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Creating Results
1. Connect to the Internet and access the default website. Use the available buttons in
the Toolbar and observe what happens.
2. Move your mouse pointer over a hyperlink. What happens to the pointer? Click the
hyperlink. What happens? Toggle on the different menus in the Menu bar and
experiment with its commands.

Recalling Concepts
A. Write the concepts described below.
1. This appears after running Internet Explorer.
2. The name of web server and type of site
3. You can type topics to search here.
4. One of the more popular search engine
5. Identifies a particular location on the net
6. Type of site, which is commercial
7. Usually displayed as a hyperlink
8. Type of site that is of the government
9. Rules in transferring web pages
10. Click this to start exploring the net
B. Briefly describe the following:
1. default website
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2. URL
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3. search engine
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4. domain name
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web
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5. .net
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hyperlink
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6. Internet Explorer
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7. Search textbox
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8. Address bar
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Making Output

Answer the following:


1. In your opinion, why is it necessary to have a standard way of transferring files
through the Internet?
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2. How do search engines assist Internet users?
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3. List ten (10) topics, which you want to search on the Internet.
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Creating Results
1. Access the four search engines mentioned in the lesson. See what search engine
you are most comfortable with.
2. Search for the topics you have listed on the previous exercise using the search
capabilities of the search engine. Take note of at least three websites about the topics
you gave. Then fill the table below:

TOPICS WEBSITE ADDRESS


1. 1.______________________________________
2.______________________________________
3.______________________________________
2. 1.______________________________________
2.______________________________________
3.______________________________________
3. 1.______________________________________
2.______________________________________
3.______________________________________
4. 1.______________________________________
2.______________________________________
3.______________________________________
5. 1.______________________________________
2.______________________________________
3.______________________________________
6. 1.______________________________________
2.______________________________________
3.______________________________________
7. 1.______________________________________
2.______________________________________
3.______________________________________
8. 1.______________________________________
2.______________________________________
3.______________________________________
9. 1.______________________________________
2.______________________________________
3.______________________________________
10. 1.______________________________________
2.______________________________________
3.______________________________________

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Recalling Concepts
A. Fill in the blanks.
1. An e-mail is sent in a matter of ______________________.
2. ______________________ is getting data, information, or files from the Internet
and putting these in your computer.
3. Your ______________________ is what you give your friends so that they can
e-ail you.
4. You must always click ______________________ after you are finished with
your e-mail session.
5. To be given a free e-mail account, you must first agree to a
______________________
6. You should have a ______________________ to prevent others from accessing
your e-mail.
7. It is important that you are aware that many files are ______________________
before you download them.
8. When you are given the option, you must choose a free e-mail account to save
on expenses.
9-10. The real enjoyment in Internet use is in ______________________ and
___________________
B. Briefly explain how to do the following:
1. Download a file

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2. Save a web page

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3. Open an e-mail account

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4. E-mail a friend

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5. Save a Picture

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6. Save a part of text

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Making Output
Answer the following:
1. Why is e-mail considered as a major communication tool What are its
advantages and disadvantages compared to other ways of communication?
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2. In what ways can downloaded information and files help the computer user?
Elaborate.
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________________________________________________________________

3. Why should we respect copyrighted property and material? What should we do to


make sure that the copyright of others is not violated?
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Creating Results
1. Create an e-mail account with the help of your teacher. Then send an email message
to ten of your classmates. Send also an e-mail message to your teacher, Write our e-
mail address on a piece of cardboard or hard paper and put it in your bag or wallet.
2. Research the Internet on the following topics. Download text and pictures about three
topics, with one topic per page. Then print them.
a. Computers
b. Windows
c. Internet
d. Philippines
e. Latest In- Demand Jobs
f. How to Study Well
g. Nice Saying and Quotations
h. Joes for all Occasions
i. The Ill Effects of Smoking
j. Secrets of Success