Page 28 Computer Guts Part I / Computer and I/O Devices– Guided Notes

CLOSE PARTNERS A-Z CHART: With your CLOSE PARTNER, brainstorm WORDS that come to mind when you think of a COMPUTER – try to get at least 1 or 2 words per box. A B C D E

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LECTURE NOTES: “How a _____________ Works” What do computers do? Computers help to provide ____________________ to real-life ____________ by running _________. A brief history: What was the first programmable computer ever built? _________________________________. This computer was: M_______________________________. The ENIAC was invented in 19__________. This computer contained _________________ tubes which made calculating faster. What is a COMPUTER? DATA is “I__________________________________” A programmable machine that P____________ an I__________ and gives an O______________ in the form of DATA Draw the FLOW-CHART DIAGRAM that’s on the screen:

Define the following: INPUT = __________________________________________________________________________ PROCESSING = _____________________________________________________________________ OUTPUT = _________________________________________________________________________ DISCUSS WITH YOUR CLOSE PARTNER! Is the device being shown a computer? Why or why not? Be prepared to report out. COMPUTER DEVICES: INPUT DEVICES Parts of a computer that allow a user to ______________ data into the _________________. List some examples below:

OUTPUT DEVICES Parts of a computer that __________________ data for the user to ____________________. List some examples below: Close Partners PowerPoint Report Activity This assignment is to be split up between you and your close partner. Have you and your partner each do half of the assignment. When you are finished, put the slides together and EMAIL me 1 copy of the slideshow. 7 Slides: Requirements - Slide #1: Title Slide o Title of your report: “Computers, I/O Devices” o Your names o Today’s Date o Period - Slide #2: Title: Computer Diagram o Recreate the computer diagram that you drew above onto this slide - Slide #3: Title: Input and Output Devices o On this slide, answer the following questions: o What is an INPUT Device? (Give the definition) o What is an OUTPUT Device? (Give the definition) - Slide #4-5: Title: Input Device Example – Name of Input Device o Picture of an Input Device o Tell me why it’s an Input Device (2 sentences)

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Slide #6-7: Title: Output Device Example – Name of Input Device o Picture of an Output Device o Tell me why it’s an Output Device (2 sentences)

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