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LESSON PLANSICTICT - LESSON PLANSTeacher PackIssue 1.114-Nov-17Page 1 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTContentThank you for downloading our FREE ICT course. This pack includes: 12 lesson plans. Full lesson plans Resources Maximum 60 minutes per lesson Mapped to National Curriculum (England) Key Stage 3 & 4 computing programmes of studyPlease add/remove/change tasks activities and resources if required for student differentiation and timerestrictions.IntroductionAbout The IMI and IMI AutocityLesson 7Microsoft ExcelNotes:Curriculum ContentLesson 8Microsoft Outlook BasicLesson 1Understanding Hardware and SoftwareLesson 9Microsoft Outlook AdvancedLesson 2Technology & SafetyLesson 10Microsoft PowerPointLesson 3Online ReputationLesson 11Microsoft PowerPoint AdvancedLesson 4Microsoft Word BasicLesson 12Presentation of PowerPointLesson 5Microsoft Word AdvancedAdditional Information:Student FeedbackLesson 6Microsoft ExcelIssue 1.114-Nov-17Page 2 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTLesson Titles and Resource Reference NumbersLesson 1 - Understanding Hardware and SoftwareLesson plan 1Task 1 – External Hardware handoutTask 1 – Internal Hardware handoutTask 2 – Hardware / Software handoutRef. no.001002003004Lesson 2 - Technology & SafetyLesson plan 2Task 1 – Comprehension & Class discussionTask 2 – Inappropriate comments handoutTask 3 – Group activity005006007008Lesson 3 – Online ReputationLesson plan 3Task 1 – Reading activity008009Lesson 4 – Microsoft WordLesson plan 4Task 1 – Create a cover letter010011Lesson 5 – Microsoft WordLesson plan 5Task 1 – Edit document012013Lesson 6 & 7 – Microsoft ExcelLesson plan 6 & 7Task 1 – Create a price list014015Lesson 8 – Microsoft OutlookLesson plan 8Task 1 – Create and send an email016017Lesson 9 – Microsoft Outlook FurtherLesson plan 9Task 1 – Send a meeting requestTask 2 – Create and save a taskTask 3 – Save and create a new contact018019020021Lesson 10 – Microsoft Power PointLesson plan 10Task 1 – Create and save a presentationIssue 1.114-Nov-17022023Page 3 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTLesson 11 – Microsoft PowerPoint FurtherLesson plan 12Task 1 – Edit a presentation and save it024025Lesson 12 – The PresentationLesson plan 14Task 1 – Present their PowerPointRules Automotive Family Fortunes026027AAutomotive Family Fortunes QuestionsBAutomotive Family Fortunes SlidesCCourse Feedback Form StudentDLesson plan KEYPrizesResourcesDark blue underlined textTeacher informationBold or non-bold red text(T)Teacher/Tutor’s roleEnd of lesson 8 YES(1 prize)(ALL)Students’ role(Individual, group or whole class is indicated)End of lesson 17 YES(2 prizes)Monitor:Teacher/Tutor to monitor studentprogress and offer supportIssue 1.114-Nov-17Page 4 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTIntroductionThe automotive industry influences everyone, from delivering goods on time to commuters travelling towork and emerging services being able to respond to crisis, the motor industry helps keep the countrymoving.About The IMIThe Institute of The Motor Industry is the professional bodyfor individuals working in the motor industry and theauthoritative voice of the retail automotive sector. The IMI’saim is to ensure that the automotive retail sector has askilled, competent and professional workforce that is fullyequipped to keep pace with the demands of new technologyand changing markets. A key part of business formanufacturers and dealers is to encourage the best andbrightest people to join their business in a variety of roles.www.theimi.org.uk/autocityIMI Autocity is the one-stop-shop for impartialcareers information and advice on careers in theRetail Motor Industry. Whether you are an individuallooking to start or progress your career, or a teacheror careers advisor who supports others in makingtheir career choices, Autocity is the place to start.With over 150 #MotorCareers to choose fromAutocity provides you with all things Automotive!Issue 1.114-Nov-17Page 5 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTNOTESCurriculum contentPlease note: The following points are not covered on the ICT Lessons.Candidates should be able to: design, use and evaluate computational abstractions that model the state andbehaviour of real-world problems and physical systems understand several key algorithms that reflect computational thinking [for example,ones for sorting and searching]; use logical reasoning to compare the utility ofalternative algorithms for the same problem use two or more programming languages, at least one of which is textual, to solve a variety ofcomputational problems; make appropriate use of data structures [for example, lists, tables orarrays]; design and develop modular programs that use procedures or functions understand simple Boolean logic [for example, AND, OR and NOT] and some of its usesin circuits and programming; understand how numbers can be represented in binary,and be able to carry out simple operations on binary numbers [for example, binaryaddition, and conversion between binary and decimal] understand how instructions are stored and executed within a computer system; understandhow data of various types (including text, sounds and pictures) can be represented andmanipulated digitally, in the form of binary digits create, re-use, revise and re-purpose digital artefacts for a given audience, with attentionto trustworthiness, design and usabilityIssue 1.114-Nov-17Page 6 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTLESSON 1: ICTUnderstanding Hardware & SoftwareLearning objectives: Know the difference between hardware and software. Understand what hardware and software are found in a home computer. Be able to label hardware and software correctly.Key words and phrases:HardwareSoftwareResources:Student hand outsTask 2 – Internal hardware handout001Lesson plan 1003002Task 1 – External hardware handout004Task 3 - Hardware / Software handoutTeacher’s resourcesAExternal Hardware handoutBInternal hardware handoutCHardware / software handoutDPowerPoint PresentationPre-class preparation:Task 1: Print one external hardware handout per studentTask 2: Print one internal hardware handout per studentTask 3: Print one hardware / software handout per studentLesson begins Course ice breakerAutomotive Family FortunesExplain the rules if necessary (See Resource A Rules Automotive Family Fortunes) They will be split into two teams for this game (same teams over the 17 lessons)Issue 1.114-Nov-17Page 7 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICT The winning team will receive a prize in the final lesson Show example question and scoring on slides Check everyone knows how to playStart the game:Divide the class into two teams, ask the first player from each team to come to the front desk –and ask them both the first question.We asked 100 people 1. Name an animal that would not fit into aSmart Car 2. What are the most popular car colours in theUK?ElephantLionHippoGiraffeMouseSilver41% said Black17%Blue16%Red15%White11%4. What are the most popular cars of all time inthe UK?43% said 18%16%14%9%3. What are the most crashed cars in the UK?Renault ClioFord FiestaAlfa 147Porsche BoxsterBMW Convertible38% said 20%18%15%9%Ford FiestaFord EscortVauxhall AstraFord CortinaVauxhall Corsa45% said 28%12%8%7%5. Name 5 of the most reliable cars 6. Name 5 of the most unreliable cars HondaToyotaLexusSuzukiSubaruLand RoverBMWPorscheVolvoMercedes36% said 30%21%9%4%39% said 22%16%14%9%Lesson objective/aims:(T)Using the PowerPoint presentation explain the learning objectives.Discuss what hardware is – both internal and external.Issue 1.114-Nov-17Page 8 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTTask 1:(T)Ask students if they can name each piece of external hardware in the picture(ALL)Students give their answers.(T)Show them the slide with other examples of external hardware.Then,(T)Hand out the external hardware worksheet and ask the students to fill it in.(ALL)Students discuss their answers and fill in the sheet of missing answersTask 2:(T)Explain internal hardware using the PowerPoint presentation.(ALL)Students to discuss with teacher(T)Hand out the internal hardware worksheet and ask the students to fill it in(ALL)Work with a partner to check and improve your work(T)Ensure learners are happy with their knowledge internal and external components.Task 3(T)Discuss what software is.(ALL)Discuss the different examples of software and their functions.(T)Give the students the software handout and ask them to complete it.(ALL)Swap / Review your work with a partner – how many did you get right?(T)Ensure learners are happy with both internal and external hardware and the softwarecomponents of a computer.Lesson endsIssue 1.114-Nov-17Page 9 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTHANDOUT 002: External Hardware Task 1Label as many pieces of hardware as you can on this picture:Issue 1.114-Nov-17Page 10 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTHANDOUT 003: Internal Hardware Task 2Label as many pieces of hardware as you can on this picture:Issue 1.114-Nov-17Page 11 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTHANDOUT 004: Hardware or Software Task 3HardwareIssue 1.1Software14-Nov-17Page 12 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTGraphics CardSpeakersMicrosoft PaintKeyboardWindows 8Driving Test Theory CDROMAdobe PhotoshopWebcamMicrophoneMonitorWindows Media PlayerRAMPower SupplyCPUSim City GameHard Disc DriveNorton Anti-VirusMicrosoft OutlookAssassin’s Creed 3 DownloadMicrosoft WordIssue 1.114-Nov-17Page 13 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTLESSON 2: ICTTechnology & SafetyLearning objectives: Know how to use technology safely. Understand how to protect your online identity and privacy. Be able to recognise inappropriate content and know how to report it.Key words and phrases:PrivacyResponsibilityIdentity TheftProtectRespectInappropriate CommentsSecureResources:Student hand outs005007Lesson plan 2Task 2: Inappropriate Comments worksheetMisc.Computers / LaptopsPens006Task 1: Online Conversation Task008Task 3: Identity Theft WorksheetsPost-it notes (green, red, orange or yellow)Teacher’s resourcesAAutomotive Family Fortunes QuestionsBAutomotive Family Fortunes SlidesPre-class preparation:Task 1: Print handoutTask 2: Print handoutTask 3: Print handoutLesson begins Starter ActivityIssue 1.114-Nov-17Page 14 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTGo to https://www.typingclub.com/typing-qwerty-en.html and practice your typing skills. Keep note ofwhere you left off so as you can start at that point next lesson!(T)Explain the objectives.(T)Discuss how teenagers could encounter issues online(ALL)Discuss issues when using a computer and how safe/unsafe it can be(T)Using the PowerPoint (Lesson 2 ICT) presentation discuss Cyberbullying / dealing withcyberbullying(ALL)Discuss ‘speaking with people online’ and what you would do if you suspect someoneisn’t who they say they are – Use the links to read about real life situations that haveoccurred!Task 1:(ALL)Read the online messaging conversation on the handout and answer the questions(ALL)Go through the answers and discuss – Look at the You don’t know!!!(T)Explain the information on the ‘inappropriate content’ slide(ALL)Discuss what is inappropriate and why. Has it ever happened to you?Task 2(T)Hand out the worksheets to the students(ALL)Circle which comments you would find inappropriate if you saw them on Social Media(ALL)Reflect on your answers with the class(T)Discuss identity theft using the slides –Task 3:(T)Issue 1.1Spilt the class into groups - Hand out the Task 3 handout on Privacy & Identity Theft14-Nov-17Page 15 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICT(ALL)In your groups take 4 minutes to discuss and fill in the sheet of 10 things you shouldnever give out online.(T)Ask each group to share their answers with the class and to jot down any answers theymay have missed.Hand out sheet – ‘What other things could happen if you give out your personalinformation online?’(ALL)In the same groups – take 4 minutes to discuss and fill in the handout.Again, share your answers with the class and fil in any answers you may have missed.(T)Discuss Viruses and the damage they can cause using the slidesFeedback to teacher(T)Ask students if they feel the learning objective & aims have been met using Post-its.Explain what the colours mean and give an example.Give out Post-its.Green YESRed NOAmber OR Yellow not sureAsk students to give their reasons.(ALL)Hold up a Post-it and volunteer reasons.(T)Collect in Post-its held up/count no. of each colour and keep a written record.Lesson endsIssue 1.114-Nov-17Page 16 Institute of the Motor Industry, Fanshaws, Brickendon, Hertford SG13 8PQ, UK

LESSON PLANSICTHANDOUT 006: Lesson 2: Technology & SafetyOnline Conversation Task 1Read the following online conversation then answer the questions:Chris: Hey you’re friends with Amyright? Saw you on her Facebookfriends, are you in her class?Sarah: Yeah, where do you know herfrom?Chris: She lives near me, are yougoing Corn Exchange on Friday withher?Sarah: Might do, dunno. You in ouryear? Which school?Chris: Yeah, am at all boys Sarah: Bugger! Lol. do you know TimPeters?Chris: No, m

Microsoft Excel Notes: Curriculum Content Lesson 8 Microsoft Outlook Basic Lesson 1 Understanding Hardware and Software Lesson 9 Microsoft Outlook Advanced Lesson 2 Technology & Safety Lesson 10 Microsoft PowerPoint Lesson 3 Online Reputation Lesson 11 Microsoft PowerPoint Advanced Lesson 4 Microsoft Word Basic Lesson 12 Presentation of PowerPoint Lesson 5 Microsoft Word Advanced