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Program Implementation

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Valencia Lavia
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Program Implementation
Students’ age range: 16-18
Main subject: Technology education
Topic: Arrays (Linear Search)
 
Description: Students will be given problems in class to attempt in order to test and strengthen their skills as it regards to the searching of arrays.

LEADERSHIP

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: JACKSON NYAMWAYA
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LEADERSHIP
Students’ age range: 10-12
Main subject: Religious education
Topic: USING POWER WISELY
 
Description: Step 1--The teacher asks oral question on some of the people in the Bible. Notes the response on the board and narrows down to the name or names he wants.
Step 2--The teacher now gives an overview of the lesson--explains how Joseph was born and how he grew up, how he was sold by his brothers. Due to his had work and fear he was made one of the leaders in Egypt.
Step 3--The teacher gives time for students to brainstorm what Joseph could have done when he was one of the leaders in Egypt, report their findings through their leaders. The teacher then explains that even though Joseph was sold by his brothers but when the brothers went to look food in Egypt due to famine in Canaan, he gave them warm welcome and treated them well. He even requested them to go and settle with him in Egypt. Joseph did not mistreat his brothers though he had that power.
Step 4--The teacher organizes for the role play just to make the lesson more realistic for learners.

Number Systems

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Mona-Lisa Roberts
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Number Systems
Students’ age range: 14-16
Main subject: Technology education
Topic: Binary
 
Description: The teacher will ask the students what are the number systems that they are aware of. The teacher will also ask the students what is the number systems used by humans. After the students has brainstormed this the teacher and students
Content Outline
• Number System
? Types of Numbers
? Binary
? Denary
Development
1. The teacher will demonstrate how to convert from decimal/base10 to binary/base2. Spcial mention will be made to the remainder section and the direction that the answer should be read to arrive at the correct answer. Several examples will be done by students called up to the board the teacher will provide guidance where necessary.
2. After fully exploring how he conversion from Base 10 to Base 2 is done, the teacher will ask the students how they think the number is converted back to Base 10. The teacher will listen to the student’s ideas.
3. The teacher will then put one example on the board how this conversion is done. The students will make write down the conversion. The students will be given several questions to do on their own.
4. Students will be given many classwork activities to concertize the concepts.
5. The teacher will mark their books and make corrections where necessary.

Basic Components of the computer system

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Jody-Ann Henry
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Basic Components of the computer system
Students’ age range: 12-14
Main subject: Technology education
Topic: The Computer
 
Description: Introduction (5mins)
Students will be asked what they know about the computer, what is it used for and some of its benefits and disadvantages.
Development (40mins)
Students will be presented to via the use of a PowerPoint. They will be questioned to bring forth latent knowledge of various aspects of the topic. They will be instructed to make notes at given intervals in the lesson. Students will be sent to research the different types of computer in preparation for next class discussion.
Culmination (15Mins)
After the presentation the teacher will engage students in a closed book discussion to ensure they have a good understanding of the topic. After that students will be given an exercise to complete consisting for questions from the textbooks as well as diagrams to label

Batteries and Cells

  • 25 May 2018
  • Posted by: Patrick McDonald
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Batteries and Cells
Students’ age range: 16-18
Main subject: Technology education
Topic: Batteries and Cells
 
Description: Questioning
Practical: Making sketches
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