ICTL

for PRIMARY SCHOOLS

ICT Literacy for Primary Schools

YEAR

3

Curriculum Development Centre Ministry of Education Malaysia

2007

Cetakan Pertama 2007 © Pusat Perkembangan Kurikulum Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia 2007

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Perpustakaan Negara Malaysia Data Pengkatalogan dalam Penerbitan Malaysia. Pusat Perkembangan Kurikulum ICT Literacy for Primary School Teaching Guide Pusat Perkembangan Kurikulum, Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia ISBN 983-2717-96-5

Malaysia intends to transform its educational system, in accordance with the nation’s drive to realise Vision 2020. This vision calls for continued, productivity-driven growth, which will be achievable only with a technologically literate, critically thinking work force equipped to participate fully in the global economy of the 21st century. In line with this new development, many ICT programmes have been introduced in schools. These programmes have expanded through the Ministry’s computer laboratory projects implemented in schools throughout Malaysia. Through these programmes, all pupils in primary and secondary schools are able to acquire ICT skills which will prepare them for the challenges of the ‘Information Age’. The ICTL for Primary Schools programme has been implemented since 2005, beginning with Year 1 and will progress in stages until the pupils reach Year 6. This programme consists of a new educational approach which aims at preparing the child for the logic, the concepts and the way of reasoning imposed by the use of technologies and communications. In this respect, the Curriculum Development Centre has produced this teaching guide entitled “ICT Literacy for Primary School: Teaching Guide Year 3” to assist teachers in carrying out this programme and providing a variety of methods for teaching and learning in the classroom. In implementing this programme, teachers must have a clear and thorough understanding of what ICTL is all about. They also need to equip themselves with sufficient ICT knowledge to assist the pupils effectively. In conclusion, the Curriculum Development Centre would like to extend its appreciation to all individuals who have sacrificed their time and energy in making the ICTL for Primary Schools programme a success. It is our hope that the teaching guide benefits all teachers who will be teaching this new programme.

(MAHZAN BIN BAKAR SMP, AMP) Director Curriculum Development Centre Ministry of Education MALAYSIA

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who possess high moral standards. so as to produce individuals who are intellectually. society and nation at large. . emotionally and physically balanced and harmonious.Education in Malaysia is an on-going effort towards further developing the potential of individuals in a holistic and integrated manner. based on a firm belief in and devotion to God. spiritually. Such an effort is designed to produce Malaysian citizens who are knowledgeable and competent. and who are responsible and capable of achieving a high level of personal well being as well as being able to contribute to the harmony and betterment of the family.

Although there is debate on the danger of technology learning at the expense of authentic learning. ICTL for Primary Schools programme is developed as a separate package. ICT helps transform learning within the confines of printed books and classroom walls to learning from a plethora of enriched environments beyond school. ICT offers a cluster of basic generic skills necessary for all students in their educational pursuit. ICT is used as a tool for teaching and learning. these basic ICT literacy skills are delineated to ensure students acquire a minimum content of functional knowledge and understanding of ICT. Similar to numeracy skills. This is also a step towards closing the digital divide between those who have and those who cannot afford to enjoy such technology. The ICTL for Primary Schools programme contains ICT skills that are fundamental and necessary in order to use computer hardware and software applications. . The teaching guide also contains relevant teaching and learning modules to assist the teacher in implementing the programme.The importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) worldwide has placed special emphasis on the varied roles of ICT in education. The modules for Primary Year 3 build on and extend upon the skills introduced in Year 2. are provided allotted school time to learn and master these ICT literacy skills. As a tool and enabler. these modules are also differentiated by tasks and learning outcomes to accommodate students of differing abilities. It also serves as a means to increase productivity and efficiency of educational institutions. ICT Literacy (ICTL) for Primary Schools is a programme designed to lay the foundation for all students to develop their ICT capabilities in future years. the teacher is encouraged to use his or her discretion to facilitate students’ learning of the ICT skills. The ICTL for Primary Schools Teaching Guide provides teachers information on the scope and depth of ICTL content to be learned for a particular primary school year. ICT cannot replace but augment meaningful learning. such concern is unfounded. The content specifications describe the learning areas. Furthermore. basic ICT skills are packaged in various teaching and learning modules appropriate for students according to their primary school year level. As such. A well-accepted and sound practice in education is to utilise ICT as a vital pedagogical tool to spearhead the efficacy of teaching and learning. Such a move ensures all students. Although the integrated approach can be adopted to infuse the learning of ICT into the curricula of existing school subjects. learning outcomes and suggested learning activities. there is much endeavour by the Ministry of Education to make available ICT facilities for all students. starting from primary school year one. Here. Furthermore. Where appropriate. where certain students may require more teacher guidance.

Stage 1 AIM The aim of ICT Literacy for Primary Schools Programme for Stage 1 is to enable pupils to use basic computer applications and devices.The primary school system comprises two stages of schooling. Year 5 and Year 6). Internet skill and webpage building. OBJECTIVES By the end of the programme. Stage 1(Year 1. Year 2 and Year 3) and Stage 2 (Year 4. OBJECTIVES By the end of the programme. pupils should be able to: • • • • • perform the steps in maintaining computer system and handling data use computer in proper manners develop a basic webpage carry out internet activities abide by and practise netiquette and copyright policy . pupils should be able to: • • • • • • identify the main parts of a computer system explain the concept of operating system and computer application use basic operating system and computer application use function keys on a keyboard use basic typing techniques do basic maintenance work Stage 2 AIM The aim of ICT Literacy for Primary Schools Programme for Stage 2 is to enable pupils to master the use of basic computer applications.

for 780 minutes per year in a continuous three-month duration. TEACHING AND LEARNING APPROACH The success of the programme depends highly on teacher’s readiness and the availability of ICT facilities.ICTL for Primary Schools programme in national (SK) and national type schools (SJK) is introduced after the Transition Programme in Year 1. both formative and summative assessment methodologies are used. This programme is to be carried out during the English period for SK and the Pupil’s Own Language (mother tongue) period for SJK. pupil interaction with the computer will be enhanced. ASSESSMENT This teaching guide provides recommended practices for teachers to conduct school based assessment. In assessing the pupils. Each module ends with an assessment task. Teachers can duplicate and distribute the task for pupil completion. teachers still need to supervise the pupils during computer classes. Pupils will be assessed for the competencies outlined in the learning outcomes of the individual modules. Teachers will grade these tasks that will form part of the pupil portfolio. teachers should switch on the computers before pupils enter the class. With appropriate pedagogies and approaches. The programme is implemented from Year 1 to Year 6. . Two periods or 60 minutes of the timetable are allocated for this programme. For Year 3 pupils. To ensure maximum pupil interaction with computers.

they will also be exposed to suitable learning experiences on the Internet. but at a much higher level. Computer Hardware and Computer Software.The content of ICTL for Primary Schools programme includes topics on Computer Lab Management. Stage 1 COMPUTER LAB MANAGEMENT • Computer Lab Location • Computer Lab Plan • Computer Lab Organisation COMPUTER HARDWARE • Computer Parts • Alphabet and Numeric Keys • Function Keys • Input and Output Devices COMPUTER SOFTWARE • Operating System/ Application Software Stage 2 COMPUTER LAB MANAGEMENT • Advance Computer Lab Management COMPUTER HARDWARE • Computer Parts and Components • Alphabet and Numeric Keys • Function Keys • Input and Output Devices COMPUTER SOFTWARE • Operating System • Application Software INTERNET • Netiquette • Search Engine • E-Mail MAINTENANCE • Virus Scan • Disk Defragmentation • Drive Clean • Scandisk WEBPAGE • Creating Webpage . In addition. Pupils in Stage 2 will also acquire knowledge in Computer Lab Management. Computer Maintenance and Webpage. Computer Maintenance. and Webpage. Computer Hardware and Computer Software. Internet. Computer Hardware and Computer Software. Stage 1 pupils will acquire basic knowledge in Computer Lab Management.

However. Computer Hardware and Computer Software. The activities suggested in the Suggested Learning Activities section are only suggestions or recommendations by the Ministry. The level of literacy differs from year to year as children progress from Year 1 to Year 6. The sections are Learning Area. Teachers can devise their own activities if necessary. The Ministry of Education teaching and learning modules are meant to serve as a guide for teachers. teachers have to adhere to the topics and content prescribed in the specifications.The ICTL Content Specifications contain the basic requirements for primary school pupils to attain computer literacy. These modules are developed with the aim to help teachers deliver the specified knowledge to pupils effectively. Learning Outcomes and Suggested Learning Activities. Some topics will be repeated with differing levels of complexities. What is it ? This Content Specifications cover three main domains. How is it organized? The domain is presented in three sections. What should we do? . Teachers are encouraged to produce learning modules suited to pupils' ability as well as devise innovative activities that develop pupils’ thinking skills. The domains are Computer Lab Management.

1 Draft the lab plan 1.1 Practise punctual attendance according to the timetable 2.2.1.2.1 Draw the lab organisation chart 2. 1.2 State the importance of writing the usage details Record the computer usage in the computer log book.2. Computer Lab Log Book 3.1. Computer Lab Plan 1. Computer Lab Organisation 2.1.COMPUTER LAB MANAGEMENT YEAR 3 Learning Area 1.1 Record computer usage in the log book 3.2 Lab Plan Arrangement • 2.2 State the importance of lab organisation structure 2.2 Timetable and Duty Roster 2. Brainstorming pupils’ roles in the organisation.1 Lab Plan Learning Outcomes Suggested Learning Activities 1.3 Print the organisation chart 2.2 Follow the duty roster • • • • • • Draw the lab organisation structure using suitable software. Brainstorming the importance of the timetable and the duty roster.1.1 State the layout arrangement of the workstations in the lab plan • • Draft the layout of the computer lab plan.2 Identify objects in the plan 1.1 Organisation Structure 2.1 Computer Log Book 3.1. 3.1. Brainstorming the importance of the log book usage. Teacher asks the function of the computer lab plan in detail. Discuss the importance of each duty. Label the objects in the plan. .1. Print the organisation chart with the teacher’s guidance.

1. Talk about the suitable level of the monitor to pupils.1 Highlight 4. Keyboard 2.1 Click and drag to highlight text 4. Num Lock and Esc keys 2.1 State the various types of printers 4. Num Lock and Esc keys 2.2 Know when to use the Print Screen.1.1 Know how to use the Print Screen. Use Print Screen to capture the active display and paste it in document or graphic utility.1 Printer 3.1. Show pictures of various types of printers. • . Print documents with teacher’s guidance.1 a) b) c) Key functions Print Screen Num Lock (Number Lock) Esc (Escape) Show how to adjust the monitor. font size. and colour to change.1. Mouse 3.1. Computer Peripherals 4.1 Monitor Adjustment Learning Outcomes • • • YEAR 3 Suggested Learning Activities 1.1 Adjust the monitor according to pupils’ eye level 2. Example: dot matrix. Monitor 1. laser jet and laser printer. bubble jet.COMPUTER HARDWARE Learning Area 1.2 Print tasks • • Highlight font.1. 3.

Print the document with the different page orientations. Text Utility 2. Operating System 1.1 Icon 1.2.COMPUTER SOFTWARE Learning Area 1.shortcut icons in the toolbar .1 Rearrange the icons on the desktop: a) Arrange icons freely b) Arrange Icons By Name c) Arrange Icons By Size d) Arrange Icons By Type • • • Learning Outcomes YEAR 3 Suggested Learning Activities Demonstrate the use of pop-up menu to arranging the icons.1.Format Menu in the Menu bar Edit text using. Italic and Underline in text 2.1 Change the orientation of a page a) Portrait b) Landscape • • 2. . .1. Pupils rearrange the icons freely. By Size or By Type.1. Explains the differences between Arrange Icons Freely. By Name.2 Page Setup 2.1 Use Bold. By Name.shortcut icons in the toolbar . 2. By Size and By Type.2 State the function of the three formatting features • Make sentence or sentences using all three formatting features.Format Menu in the Menu bar Show pupils how they can emphasise text using the three features. • .1 Format a) Bold (B) b) Italic (I) c) Underline (U) 2.

1 Create a slide using: a) Insert Text b) Insert Clip Art 3.2 Open the saved file 3.3.3 Drawing Toolbar a) Text Box b) Insert Clip Art c) Insert New Slide 3.2.2 Standard Toolbar a) New b) Save c) Open 3.2 Add a new slide(s) • Explain the function of toolbar.1 Interface 3.2.1 Open the presentation application 3. . • • • Use default design to create a simple presentation. Create a simple presentation about oneself with text and clip art by using appropriate presentation element. Presentation Application 3.1.2 Identify the presentation application interface a) Toolbars 3.1.3.3. Open and save a new presentation under a new name.1 Open and Save new presentation : a) Hard Disk b) Diskette 3.

WordPad and basic presentation program such as MS PowerPoint. the pupils will further explore MS Word and MS PowerPoint. the teaching of other word processing and presentation programs is also encouraged as long as the teachers adhere to the guidelines supplied. Schools throughout the country are equipped with computers which are pre-installed with word processing program such as MS Word. Apart from developing interest. The classroom instructors are also encouraged to apply suitable teaching methods and approaches in the classroom. In addition. .The ICTL for Primary Schools Programme for Year 3 will further extend basic computing skills among the pupils. This teaching and learning module serves as a guideline for teachers to help them teach the necessary ICT skills more effectively. For the word processing modules. the programme aims to enable the pupils to know and use the computers to help them in their daily lives. It is appropriate to focus on extending computing skills as a continuation from Year 1 to further develop pupil’s interest in computer use. For the purpose of the Year 3 ICTL for Primary Schools programme. The graphic illustrations presented will help the classroom instructors to compare and explain these modules more clearly. teachers may choose from the WordPad or Microsoft Word modules supplied in this guidebook.

1 Know how to use the Print Teaching and Learning To capture the image of the standard toolbar in Microsoft Word: Step 1 : Open Microsoft Word program. Picture 1 . 2. pupils should be able to: 1. 2.1 Keyboard Key Functions Screen. 2.Module Learning area Learning Outcome Objectives : : : : Computer Hardware 2. Num Lock and Esc keys By the end of the lesson. The display as shown in Picture 1 will appear. paste and save the image in Word.1. edit the captured display in Paint to get the wanted image/part of the display. use Print Screen button to capture the active display. 3.

Print Screen key Picture 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 : : : Click on the taskbar. press Print Screen key. Picture 3 . The display as shown below will appear. Point to All Programs → Accessories → Click Paint.Step 2 : While the window is active.

The captured image Picture 5 .Step 6 : From the standard toolbar click Edit → Paste Picture 4 The captured image will appear.

Release the click button. From the standard tool bar. cut the image by clicking the Edit → cut. Cut area Picture 7 .Step 7 : Select the part of the image that you want by using Select Tool. The display will be as shown in picture 7. Select Tool Selected part Picture 6 Step 8 Step 9 : : Click and drag the mouse to the image of the selected part.

Step 10 : Return to Microsoft Word (Document 1).Click document 1 in the task bar. The display as shown in Picture 9 will appear. Picture 8 Step 11 : Paste the selected image in Microsoft Word by selecting Edit → paste from the menu bar. Picture 9 .The display as shown in Picture 8.

Step 12 : Then Click File from the menu bar. Choose Save As. Picture 10 Save As dialog box as shown below will appear. Save As Dialog box Picture 11 .

Step 13 : Click the drive where you want to save in from the Save in pull down menu. Picture 13 File name box Save button . Pull down menu Picture 12 Step 14 Step 15 : : Name the file in the File name box. For example ‘toolbar’. Click Save button. For example: My Document.

1. ) the Print Screen function key. accessories and paint Click Paste Click Edit then Paste Click Paint Click File and choose Save Click Start Name the File in File Name box Tick ( : _____________________________________________________________ : ___________________ Date : ______/_____/______ 1 2. A B C D E F G H I J Click Save Capture the current display by pressing Print Screen Click the drive where you want to save in Point to All Programs . . Arrange these following steps to capture an image using the Print Screen function key correctly.WORKSHEET Name Year Section A Answer all questions. The first step has been labeled for you.

Paste Open Paint . C.Paste 3. B. Scroll Lock key. Save the edited image in Word. Which function key is used to capture the active display? A.Edit . What is the next step after you have captured the active display? A. . Opening Paint Program. Choose the steps to paste the captured image in Paint A. Open Paint . Printing the picture displayed. Edit the image in Paint. Press the Print Screen function key. C. 1. B.File . Print Screen key. C. Insert key.Print Open Paint – Edit . C. B. 2. Capturing an active display on screen.Section B Circle the correct answer. 4. B. Print Screen key is used for : A.

state the function of Esc and Num Lock keys. 2. Esc and Num Lock keys. Module Objectives : By the end of the lesson.1 Know how to use the Print Screen.Module Learning Area : : Computer Hardware 2.1. know the position of the Esc and Num Lock keys. . 2.1 Keyboard Key functions Learning Outcomes : 2. pupils should be able to: 1.

Step 1 : Teacher shows the keyboard and the position of the ESC and Num Lock keys. Esc Num Lock Picture 1 .

It is to activate the numeric key pad. Step 1 : Explain the function of Num Lock key.Steps to use Num Lock key. All Programs Picture 3 . Picture 2 Step 2 : Open MS Word by clicking Start MS Office MS Word.

Step 3 : Press the Num Lock key. It is to cancel the command given. Pupils are asked to press keys 1 to 9 Picture 4 Steps to use Esc key Step 1 : Explain the function of Esc. Make sure the indicator light on the keyboard is on. Escape key Picture 5 .

the pull drop down menu will appear. Drop Down Menu appear Picture 6 Step 3 : To cancel this command.Step 2 : Click File in the menu bar. Dropdown menu will disappear Picture 7 . press Esc.

Esc – Blue Num Lock .Red .Red Esc – Blue Num Lock .Task 1 Colour the function keys.

Shift .Task 2 Match the keys with the correct functions: Keys Functions to activate numeric pad to capitalize the alphabets Esc Num Lock Caps Lock to type in capital letters to cancel command given.

Step 1 : Open WordPad from the Start Accessories WordPad All Programs Picture 1 . pupils should be able to: 1. 3. Change the font size of a text. 2.1. Mouse 3. Change the colour of a text.1.1 Highlight 3.Module Learning Area Learning Outcomes Module Objective : : : : Computer Hardware 3. Change the fonts of a text. Click and drag to highlight text By the end of the lesson.

drag the cursor to highlight the sentence ‘English is fun’. Picture 3 . Release the click button. Type ‘English is fun.’ Picture 2 Step 4 : Click and without releasing the mouse button.Step 2 Step 3 : : The whole WordPad interface will appear.

Picture 4 You will get a display as shown in Picture 5.Step 5 : Click Format from the menu bar and then click Font. Picture 5 .

Step 6 : Select any font e. Comic Sans MS from the Font menu and click to change the font Picture 6 Step 7 : Change the size from 10 to 20 from the size menu Picture 7 .g.

Picture 8 Step 9 : Click OK Picture 9 .Step 8 : To change the colour. click the pull down menu and choose Red. go to the Color menu.

You will get a display as shown in picture 10 Picture 10 Step 10 : Click anywhere in the work space. . Picture 11 The font. the size and the colour of the text are now changed.

1.Module Learning Area Learning Outcome Objectives : : : : Computer Software 1. pupils should be able to: 1.1 Operating System Icon 1. Arrange the icons by Size. 3.1 Rearrange the icons on the desktop. . Arrange the icons by Type.1. Arrange the icons by Name. By the end of the lesson. 2. and 4. Arrange the icons freely.

Step 1 : Click the right mouse button at any free space on the desktop. The pop-up menu will appear.Teaching and Learning Steps to arrange the icons on the desktop. 1. Desktop Pop-up menu Picture 1 . Arrange the icons freely.

Auto Arrange is unchecked Picture 3 .Step 2 : Select the Arrange Icons By menu. ( Do not ). Picture 2 Step 3 : Make sure the Auto Arrange in the pop-up down menu is unchecked.

Step 4 : Click and drag any icon to any desired space on the desktop. Click and drag Picture 4 .

Step 5 2. Arrange the icons by Name : Click the right mouse button at any free space on the desktop. Step 1 Pop up menu Picture 1 . The pop up menu will appear. : Move the other icons one by one.

Picture 2 Step 3 : Select Name in the pop-up down menu.Step 2 : Select the Arrange Icons By menu. The Icons will be arranged by Name . Picture 3 Step 4 : Click the left mouse button.

Icons are arranged alphabetically Picture 4 3. Arrange the icons by Size Step 1 : Click the right mouse button at any free space on the desktop. Picture 1 . The pop-up menu will appear.

The Icons will be arranged by Size. Picture 3 Step 4 : Click the left mouse button . (Type and Modify) . Note: Try out for the rest of the features left. Picture 2 Step 3 : Select Size from the pull down menu.Step 2 : Select the Arrange Icons By menu.

Name : ……………………………..

Class : …………………….

Instruction: Rearrange the steps for the following functions in the correct order. 1. Arrange Icons Freely .

Click and drag mouse on any icon at any free space on the desktop. Make sure the Auto Arrange in the pull down menu is unchecked. Right click mouse at any free space on the desktop. 1

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Arrange Icons By Name . Select the Arrange Icons By menu. Select Name from the pull down menu. Right click mouse at any free space on the desktop. The icons will be arranged by Name. Pull down menu will appear. 1

Module Learning Area

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Computer Software 2. 2.1 Text Utility. Format

Learning Outcome

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2.1.1 Use Bold, Italic and Underline in text. 2.1.2 State the function of the three formatting features.

Module Objective

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By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to : 1. Edit texts using the formatting function found in the menu bar : a) Bold b) Italic c) Underline 2. Edit texts using the formatting function found in the tool bar : a) Bold b) Italic c) Underline

1. Step to start the Microsoft Word Step 1 Step 2 : : Click Click All Programs and select MS Word.

2. Steps to bold words. Sample text : Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong … The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock Text 1 Step 1 Step 2 : : Type the text in MS Word. Save the document.

3. Steps to bold words using the menu bar. Step 1 : Bring the cursor to the words and highlight them. highlight

Text 1a

Click Font. Bold Picture 2 . Picture 1 Step 3 : Font pop up menu will appear as shown in Picture 2. Select Bold from the Font style menu.Step 2 : Click Format from menu bar. Click OK. Format menu will appear.

Click on any free space. Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong … The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock Text 1c Bold . Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong … The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock Text 1b Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 : : : Click the icon from the formatting bar. Step 1 : Bring the cursor to the words chosen and highlight them.4. Step to bold words using the Bold icon. The result will be displayed as shown in Text 1c .

Steps to Italicise words using the menu bar. Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong … The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock Text 1d Step 2 : Click Format from the menu bar.5. Click Font. Format menu will appear. Picture 1 . Step 1 : Bring the cursor to the words chosen and highlight them.

Italic Picture 2 The result Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong … The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock italic Text 1e . Select Italic.Step 3 : Font pop-up menu will appear as picture2. Click OK.

Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong … The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock Text 1f Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 : : : Click the icon from the formatting bar. Step 1 : Bring the cursor to the words chosen and highlight them. Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong … The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock Picture 12 Text 1g italic . The result will be displayed as shown in Text 1f . Click on any free space.6. Steps to italicize words using the italic icon.

7. Format menu will appear. Picture 1 . Step 1 : Bring the cursor to the words and highlight them. Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong … The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock Text 1h Step 2 : Click Format from menu bar. Click Font. Steps to Underline words using the menu bar.

Select Underline style.Step 3 : Font pop-up menu will appear as shown in Picture 2. Click OK Underline style Picture 2 Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong … The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock Text 1i .

Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong … The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock Text 1k Step 5 : Get pupils’ respond on the functions of the formatting features. Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong … The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock Text 1j Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 : : : Click the icon from the formatting bar. The result will be displayed as shown on Text 1i. Steps to underline using the Underline icon.8. . Click on any free space. Step 1 : Bring the cursor to the words chosen and highlight them.

This is a rambutan tree.WORKSHEET Name Year : : ________________________________________________ 3 __________________ Date : ____________ Instruction : Read the sentences. It has many branches. There are many leaves and fruits. Group these words accordingly. It is a big tree It has a big trunk. Bold Italic Underline .

Change the orientation of a page using portrait and landscape. He treats his patients well.1 Change the orientation of a page. pupils should be able to: 1. He works at the General Hospital. 2. a) Portrait b) Landscape By the end of the lesson. Step 1 Step 2 : : Open Microsoft Word.Module Learning area : : Computer Software 2.2 Text Utility Page Set up Learning outcomes : 2. They like him very much because he is friendly. Example : Halim’s father is a doctor. Module objectives : Teaching and learning steps. He works long hours and he also receives emergency calls cases Text 1 .2. Pupils are asked to type a short text.

select Page Setup Picture 1 A dialog box will appear as shown in Picture 2.Step 3 : Click File from the Menu Bar. Landscape orientation Picture 2 . Select Landscape from the orientation then click OK.

The orientation of the page will be changed from portrait (Picture 3) to landscape (Picture 4). Picture 3 : Potrait Orientation Picture 4 : Landscape Orientation .

.Worksheet Name Year : : ________________________________________________ __________________ Date : ____________ Number the steps to setup the page orientation in the correct order Open the document that you want to change the setup.

Save the presentation in the diskette. 3. Create new PowerPoint presentation. pupils should be able to : 1.2.2 Presentation Application Standard Toolbar Learning Outcome Module Objectives : : 3.Module Learning Area : : : Computer Software 3. . 3. 2. Open the presentation from the existing file.1 Open and save a new presentation By the end of the lesson.

Step 1 : Open Microsoft PowerPoint by clicking PowerPoint. All Programs Microsoft 3 2 1 Picture 1 .

Picture 3 New Open Save Step 4 : Click Save icon from the toolbar.Step 2 : The whole PowerPoint (Presentation1) interface will appear.(Make sure the diskette is placed Picture 4 . Title Bar Picture 2 Step 3 : Introduce the Power Point toolbar.

Step 5 : In the ‘save in:’ pop. select and click 3 ½ Floppy (A:) ‘Save in’ popup menu Picture 5 Step 6 : Change the file name in the file name box as shown in Picture 6.up menu. For example ‘ABC’ Picture 6 .

Step 7 : Click Save button.g : ABC) File name Picture 8 . at the title bar (e. Click save Picture 7 Step 8 : The new file name will appear.

Step1 : Click Open icon in the tool bar.Steps to open a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation saved in a diskette. Choose the file Click Open Picture 10 . Click Open to open the presentation. for example ABC. Picture 9 Open file Step 2 : Select 3 ½ Floppy (A:) and the file name.

Picture 1 . 3.2 Add a new slide(s) By the end of the lesson. create a simple presentation about oneself by using text and clip art All Module Objective : Step 1 : Open a new presentation from the Start Programs Microsoft Office Microsoft Powerpoint.3. 1. pupils should be able to.Module Learning Area : : Computer Software 3.1 Create a slide using: a) inset text b) insert Clip Art 3.3.3 Presentation Application Drawing Toolbar a) Text Box b) Insert Clip Art c) Insert New Slide Learning Outcomes : 3.

You will get a display as shown in Picture 2 Picture 2 .

and click to create a title for your presentation Click to add title text box Picture 3 Step 3 : Type the word “ MYSELF” Picture 4 .Step 2 : Place your mouse pointer on the click to add title text box.

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Select the ‘Click to add subtitle’ text box to add subtitle as shown in Picture 5. Type‘ My name is Azman ‘

Click to add subtitle text box

Picture 5 Step 5 : To create a new textbox , Click the textbox icon from the toolbar which is located at the bottom of the window.

Picture 6

Textbox Icon

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Click anywhere on the workspace and a textbox will appear as shown in Picture 7.

Textbox

Picture 7 Step 7 : Type any sentence you want. The example is shown in Picture 8.

Picture 8

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To insert new slide, click Insert

Click to Insert

Picture 9 Step 9 : Click New Slide from the pull down menu

Pull down menu

Picture 10

click the left mouse button to select it . Click to add title Picture 11 Step 11 : Create a title for your second slide. Name it “ My Book” Picture 12 .Step 10 : Place your mouse pointer on the Click to add title text box.

select Insert Picture Clip Art from Insert pull down menu. Choose Clip Art from the Insert pull down menu Picture 13 You will get a display as shown in Picture 14 MS 98 display Picture 14 MS Xp display .Step 12 : To insert picture from Clip Art.

click at the clip art to insert the clip chosen. you have to search for a picture. choose from the category given.Step 13 : In MS 98. MS 98 display Picture 15 Step 14 : MS Xp display In MS 98. click the icon ‘insert clip’. In MS Xp. In MSXp. Insert Clip icon MS 98 display Picture 16 MS Xp display .

Slide show button Picture 18 .You will get a display as shown in Picture 17 Picture 17 Step 15 : To watch your slide presentation click slide show icon.

. Teacher should encourage pupils to use their creativity to make the presentation more interesting.You will get a display as shown. Slide 1 Slide 2 Picture 19 Step 16 Notes : : To escape or stop Slide show. press Esc button.

Sample 1 ICTL ASSESSMENT YEAR 3 Name: ____________________________________ Class: __________________ A. (10 marks) B. Tick (/) the true statement and cross (X) the false statement. Pupils must not follow computer lab’s duty roster. Number the steps to capture image using the Print Screen key in the correct order. Capture the current display by pressing Print Screen (25 marks) 1 . Point to All Programs ->Accessories->Paint Click Paste Click Edit then Paste Click Save Click Paint Click File and choose Save Name the File in File Name box. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Click Start Click the drive where you want to save it. Pupils can only use the computers with the teacher’s presence. Pupils can enter the computer lab at any time. 1 2 3 4 Pupils must write their names in the log book after using computer.

20. B. Arrange by colour. C. capture image. Printer is used to: A. press) and_________ (drop. keyboard) to drag and highlight. C. Numeric keypad is activated by pressing _________________________ (Caps Lock. 19. We use _________ (mouse. Print Screen key is used for ________ (capturing. 18. 22. 16. Fill in the blanks with the correct word. 21. Shift) key to cancel command. (15 marks) D. display image (5 marks) . Arrange by type. We press __________ (Esc. catching) an image on screen. We __________ (click. The first step in arranging icons freely is to click _____ (left. print picture and document. Arrange by name. Num Lock). B. 15. Circle the correct answer. 17. drag) mouse to highlight. right) mouse button on the desktop.Sample 1 C. We can rearrange the icons on the desktop by following ways except: A.

Sample 1 Answer all questions correctly: E. _________________ 29. Name four type of printer: 23. _________________ 30. ___________________ 24. ________________ (25 marks) H. Name the three icons which can be used to edit text: 28. We highlight text using mouse to change the text: 31. ________________ 33. ____________________ F. Match the sentences with the correct formats. ___________________ 26. _________________ G. 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Underline Italic Italic Regular Bold Bold Underline Bold Italic Underline Highlight (20 marks) Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one The mouse ran down I am in Year 3 My name is Azman Learning computer is fun English is fun . ___________________ 25. ________________ 32.

click the right mouse button at any free space on the desktop. double click the mouse button at any free space on the desktop. Capture the current display by pressing Print Screen. The first step to arrange the icons is _______________________________. 5. What is the first step to capture an image using the Print Screen function key? A. To activate numeric pad. Which function key is used to capture the active display? A. Scroll Lock key C. C. 3. by using the Shift key . To type in capital letters.Sample 2 ICTL ASSESSMENT YEAR 3 Name Year : ____________________________________________ : _____________________ SECTION A Questions 1 – 10 Circle the best answer. What is the function of Esc key? A. A. 4. Click Edit then Paste. B. There are two ways to bold the words or sentences except _________________. Accessories and Paint. Print Screen key 2. 1. B. A. C. C. To cancel the command given. B. click the left mouse button at any free space on the desktop. by using the menu bar C. Point to All Programs. by using the icon B. Insert key B.

A. click at any free space. B. you have to ___________________. Slide show button (25 marks) . click Insert B. Close button C. Before you italicize the words. Which of these orientations is landscape? (A) (B) (C) 8. 7. Title bar C. C. This button can be found in Microsoft PowerPoint. click slide show button C. These are the steps to insert a new slide in Microsoft PowerPoint except: A. choose the I icon from the formatting bar. 10. The button is called________? A. This diagram is called ________________. Menu bar 9. highlight the words. click New Slide from the pull down menu. Toolbar B.Sample 2 6. New Slide button B. A.

Insert key is used to capture the active display. Choose the Arrange Icons By menu. 4. The pull down menu will appear. Print Screen key is used for opening Paint program. Click the left mouse button. 3. 2.Sample 2 SECTION B 11. Rearrange the steps of Arrange Icons By Size. The Icons will be arranged by Size. 1. To open Microsoft PowerPoint: Start → Accessories → Microsoft PowerPoint. Write TRUE or FALSE. Click the right mouse button at any free space on the desktop. (15 marks) 12. 6. 5. Select Size from the pull down menu. There are two types of orientations: Potrait and Landscape. To change the colour: Colour menu → Pull Down menu → Red 7. 1 . Steps to bold the words are using menu bar and icon. To open Microsoft Word: Start → All Programs → Microsoft Office → Microsoft Word.

Tick tock. 10. Shift key function is to activate numeric pad. . Tick tock.Sample 2 8. His life seconds numbering. It was brought on the morn of the day that he was born. Group the words correctly. short. To open a new presentation: Start → All Programs → Microsoft Office → Microsoft PowerPoint. But it stopped. And was always his treasure and pride. never to go again. So it stood ninety years on the floor. When the old man died. tick tock. My grandfather’s clock was too large for the shelf. 9. tick tock. To insert picture from Clip Art: Insert → Picture → Clip Art (30 marks) 13. Ninety years without slumbering.

Save Print Open Copy New a) _________________________________ b) _________________________________ c) __________________________________ d) __________________________________ (10 marks) . Name the icons correctly.Sample 2 Underline Bold Italic (20 marks) 14.

Step 3 Right click mouse at any free space on the desktop Click and drag mouse at any icon at any free space on the desktop Make sure the Auto Arrange in the pull down menu is unchecked ( ( ( ) ) ) . Step 2 7. Questions 1 . 2 To capitalize the alphabets 3 To type in capital letters 4 To cancel command given Steps of Arrange Icons Freely.7 Tick (√ ) or ( X ). Questions 5 .Sample 3 ICTL ASSESSMENT YEAR 3 Name Class :________________________ :________________________ A. 5.4 Match the keys to their functions Esc Num Lock Caps Lock Shift 1 To activate numeric pad B. Step 1 6.

Italic C. Step 5 The icons will be arranged by Name D. Step 4 Select Name from the pull down menu 12.12 Tick (√ ) or ( X ) Steps of Arrange Icons By Nam . The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock A. 8. Questions 8 . Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong…. Bold B. Step 1 Right click mouse at any free space on the desktop 9.15 Choose and circle the formatting used in the rhyme below 13. The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock ( ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) ) A. Underline 14. Step 3 Choose the Arrange Icons By Menu 11. Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong…. Italic C. Underline . Bold B.Sample 3 C. Step 2 Pull down menu will appear 10. Questions 13 .

Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse ran up the clock The clock struck one Dong…. 16 17 18 F. 19.Sample 3 15.20 Label the orientation of Page Setup below . Italic C.Questions 19 .____________ . Bold B. Underline E. Questions 16 – 18 Label the PowerPoint Toolbar below . The mouse ran down Hickory Dickory Dock A.___________ 20.

_________________ 25. ________________ H. 21. _________________ 23. Questions 21 . Questions 26 .Sample 3 G. __________________ 22. __________________ 24.25 Name the icons correctly.35 .

Click the drive where you want to save in 29. Click File and choose Save 34. Point to All Program. Questions 36 . Click save 27. Click Paint 33. Accessories and Paint 30.Sample 3 Arrange the following steps in order to capture an image using the Print Screen function key correctly 26. Capture the current display by pressing Print Screen 28.40 Match A to B A Print Screen key is used for Which function key is used to capture the active display? What is the step you take after you have capture the active display ? Which key is used to end or stop slide presentation ? What programme can be used in creating a slide presentation ? B Microsoft Power Point Capturing an active display on screen Edit the image in Paint Print Screen key Esc 36 37 38 39 40 . Click Start 35. Click Edit then Paste 32. Name the File in File Name box I. Click Paste 31.

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