ICT - Class I Resources

The following list of online resources are provided as a sample of curated resources. New resources shall be added as we come across interesting and relevant online materials.

1. Computer Parts and Functions

Description: The weblinks have videos and information on different parts of computer and their functions.

Core Concepts: Basic computer parts and their functions.

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2. Computer Buttons and Ports

Description: The weblink provide information on different buttons and ports found on the front and back of a computer case. It also explains computer peripherals such as scanner, printer, microphone and speaker that we can use with a computer.

Core Concepts: Computer buttons and ports.

Link:  Webpage on buttons and ports on a computer

3. Windows Navigation

Description: The weblink provide information on how to navigate in a window and parts of window such as maximizing, minimizing, restoring and closing a window.

Core Concepts: window navigation.

LinkWebpage on navigating windows

4. Tux Paint

Description: The weblinks provide option to download Tux Paint software and a video tutorial on how to use Tux Paint to draw pictures. Tux Paint is a free drawing software which may be used as an alternative to Microsoft Paint.

Core Concepts: Digital drawing, Mouse handling skill.

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5. Sample Drawings in MS Paint

Description: The weblinks have videos on how to draw different cartoon characters and sceneries using MS Paint.

Core Concepts: Digital drawings, Mouse handling skill.

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6. Drawing Apps

Description: The weblinks provide information on different android drawing apps available for students to explore at home in their mobile devices. Teachers may suggest students to install the apps in their devices to create digital drawings.

Core Concepts: Digital drawing.

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7. Creative Work

Description: The weblink has a video explaining the meaning of creative work and some of the examples of creative works such as book, music, photo, etc.

Core Concepts: Ownership of creative works.

LinkVideo on the meaning of a creative work

8. Teaching Kids about Creative Work

Description: The weblinks provide resources for teachers to understand more about copyright and get ideas on how to support children learn about copyright.

Core Concepts: Ownership of creative works.

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9. Acknowledging Ownership

Description: The weblinks explain how giving credits is a sign of respect for people's work and shows students how to give credit for the content they use from the Internet. A sample lesson plan and relevant materials are provided in the link for easy reference of the teachers.

Core Concepts: Acknowledging creative works.

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10. Word Processor

Description: The weblinks provides introductory information on word processing such as its common features and some of the benefits of using word processing software to create documents.

Core Concepts: Advantages of word processor.

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11. Microsoft Word Window

Description: The weblinks provide information on different android drawing apps available for students to explore at home in their mobile devices. Teachers may suggest students to install the apps in their devices to create digital drawings.

Core Concepts: Type short sentences in MS Word.

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12. Files and Folders

Description: The weblink contains nursery rhymes on computer files and folders.

Core Concepts: File management.

Link: Video on files and folders in nursery rhyme format

13. File Naming Convention

Description:  The weblinks contain information on naming conventions to be followed while working with files and folders.

Core Concepts: File management.

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14. Searching Videos

Description: The weblink contain video on how to search video on the Internet.

Core Concepts: Internet search.

Link: Video on searching video on Google

15. Nursery Rhymes

Description: The weblinks contain different YouTube videos on nursery rhymes for students and teachers to explore interesting videos.

Core Concepts: Educational videos.

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17. Unplugged Activities

Description: The weblinks contain collections of unplugged coding activities to explain the concept of sequencing, instruction and pattern recognition. Teachers may conduct the activities in the classroom or outside of the class depending on the need of the activities.

Core Concepts: Sequencing, Following instruction, Pattern recognition, Loop.

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