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Computer Science6th Grade

This lesson contains 37 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 5 videos.

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Slide 2 - Video

00:39
Two of the most common operating systems are...
A
Microsoft Windows and Mac OS
B
Linux and Unix
C
Mac OS and Unix
D
Microsoft Windows and Linux

Slide 3 - Quiz

01:19
True or False: You can load any type of operating system onto any device that you choose.

Slide 4 - Open question

Which of the following is NOT one of the Mobile Operating Systems?
A
Windows phone
B
Samsung Galaxy
C
Apple iOS
D
Google Android

Slide 5 - Quiz

Microsoft Windows can be loaded onto any of these devices EXCEPT
A
Apple
B
Dell
C
HP
D
Lenovo

Slide 6 - Quiz

     On the next slide you will drag and drop the types of operating systems to the devices they are compatible with. 

Slide 7 - Slide

Apple iOS
Microsoft Windows
Google Android
Windows Phone
Mac OS

Slide 8 - Drag question

2

Slide 9 - Video

00:38
Applications are also known as...

Slide 10 - Open question

01:36
True or False: Applications are only for mobile devices.

Slide 11 - Open question

     On the next slide you will drag and drop the names of application software to a picture example of that software. 

Slide 12 - Slide

Presentation Software
Email Client
Word Processor
Web Browser
Spreadsheet Software

Slide 13 - Drag question

3

Slide 14 - Video

00:31
The Start Button is located on the...
A
Desktop
B
Taskbar
C
File Explorer
D
Hard Drive

Slide 15 - Quiz

01:00
You can use the ________ to view your files and folders.
A
Desktop
B
Taskbar
C
Start menu
D
File explorer

Slide 16 - Quiz

01:55
Which button makes a window larger?
A
Maximize
B
Minimize
C
Close
D
Open

Slide 17 - Quiz

Where can you quickly access all of your computer's programs and applications?
A
The Desktop
B
The Finder
C
The Start Menu
D
The Internet

Slide 18 - Quiz

     On the next slide you will drag and drop the names of places on the MS Windows desktop screen to their location on the screen.  

Slide 19 - Slide

Taskbar
Start Menu
Desktop
Navigation Pane
File Explorer

Slide 20 - Drag question

5

Slide 21 - Video

00:38
Where can you find shortcuts to folders and applications on your Mac OS computer?
A
spotlight
B
start menu
C
dock
D
apple menu

Slide 22 - Quiz

01:00
The "Finder" window is similar to the _________ in Microsoft Windows.
A
start menu
B
taskbar
C
desktop
D
file explorer

Slide 23 - Quiz

01:36
To close a program in Windows you click the "X" at the top of the window... How do you close a Mac application?
A
Close
B
Quit
C
ctrl + alt + delete
D
Also click the X

Slide 24 - Quiz

02:12
Where can you search for files on a Mac OS computer?
A
Taskbar
B
Spotlight
C
Finder
D
Search

Slide 25 - Quiz

04:08
True or False: Natural Scrolling is similar to how you would scroll on a touch screen computer.

Slide 26 - Open question

     On the next 2 slides you will drag and drop the names of places on the Mac OS desktop screen to their location on the screen.  

Slide 27 - Slide

Desktop 
Screen
Menu Bar
Dock

Slide 28 - Drag question

Apple Menu
Finder
Spotlight

Slide 29 - Drag question

3

Slide 30 - Video

00:51
Which of the following is NOT an example of a type of file?
A
A Microsoft Word Document
B
A picture
C
A video
D
An email

Slide 31 - Quiz

01:38
Give an example of a file extension...
(You can use the one from th video, or one you learned about in class)

Slide 32 - Open question

02:51
A compressed file...
A
Has a higher quality and takes up more space
B
Has a lower quality, so it takes up less space
C
Has a higher quality and takes up less space
D
None of these are correct

Slide 33 - Quiz

What does a file extension tell your computer?
A
What type of program to use when opening the file
B
When the file was saved
C
What data is inside the file
D
How much space the file takes up on your hard drive

Slide 34 - Quiz

     On the next slide you will drag and drop file extensions to the program that would open that file. 

Slide 35 - Slide

.doc
.mp3
.pdf
.xls
.mp4
.ppt
.jpg

Slide 36 - Drag question

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Slide 37 - Slide