# Computing Unit 3 + 4

Computing
Unit 3 & Unit 4
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This lesson contains 31 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

Lesson duration is: 90 min

## Items in this lesson

Computing
Unit 3 & Unit 4

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To Do:
- Recap Unit 1 + 2
- Lesson 1: Unit 3 Keyboards
- Lesson 2: Unit 4 Mice

Vocabulary

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What type of computer do you see in the picture?

#### Slide 3 -Open question

Match the following definition with the correct word: " a central computer that provides services or stores data for many other computers"
A
Personal Computer
B
Laptop
C
Desktop Computer
D
Server

#### Slide 4 -Quiz

What type of monitor do you see in the picture?

#### Slide 5 -Open question

Match the definition with the correct word: "a display that uses liquid crystals."
A
HD
B
LSD
C
LCD
D
CRT

#### Slide 6 -Quiz

Match the definition with the correct word: "the difference between light and dark".
A
aspect ratio
B
contrast
C
HD
D
response time

#### Slide 7 -Quiz

Aims Unit 3
-  reading and listening for specific information
- completing notes

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Unit 3: Keyboards
1. What are the functions of the keys on a standard keyboard?

2. What can you use the Alt-key for?

3. What can you use the Caps Lock-key for?

4. What can you use the Shift-key for?

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Unit 3: Keyboards
Do you know some keyboard shortcuts?

What symbol do you get when you press:Alt+ Ctrl+5

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Listening
Exercise 6:  Listen to a conversation between two employees. Are the statements True or False?

Exercise 7: listen to the conversation again and fill in the missing words.

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Exercise 6:  1) T    2) T     3) F
Exericse 7:  1) second
2) type something
3) trying
4) accent mark
5) special code
6) look it up

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Exercise 2: Read the blog post and complete the table.

Exercise 3: Match the words or phrases (1-6) with the definitions ( A-F).

Exercise 4: Read the sentence pairs. Choose which word or phrase best fits each blank.

Exercise 5: Read the blog post again. What are ways to improve typing efficiency?

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Exercise 2:      1) type multiple capital letters in a row
2) capitalize just one letter, create diacritical marks
3) enter computer shortcuts

Exercise 3:   1) B      2) D      3) A      4) E      5) F    6) C

Exericse 4: 1)    A  control key                      B  Caps Lock
2)    A diacritical mark              B  function key

Exercise 5: using keyboard shortcuts and the numeric keypad for entering numbers improves efficiency.

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Speaking and writing
Look up 10 keyboard shortcuts of symbols and write down their codes.

Exercise 8
: Work in pairs and act out the roles ( Student A & Student B).

-typing a special code
- what keys are used
- where to find the code

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Homework
Finish the exercises from unit 3 and study:

Unit 3: exercise 3, 4 , 7 and the words in bold in the text on p.8

Unit 4: Mice

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Aims
-Reading and listening for specific information
- making recommendations
- completing a feedback form

Recap Unit 3

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Unit 4: Mice
1. What are some common types of mice?

2.Why is a reliable mouse important to computer users?

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Listening
Exercise 6: Listen to a conversation between two employees. Are the statements True or False.

Exercise 7: Listen again and complete the conversation.

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Exercise 6:   1) F      2) F    3) F
Exercise 7: 1) can't get
2) What type
3) gets stuck
4) I recommend
5) to use
6) they're usually

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Exercise 2: Read the product listing on p. 10 and choose the correct answer.

Exercise 3: Match the words ( 1-5) with the definitions ( A-E)

Exercise 4: Read the sentence pairs. Choose which word or phrase best fits each blank.

Exercise 5: Read the text again. What is the least expensive and most common type of mouse?

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Exercise 2:  1) D    2) C     3) B

Exercise 3:  1)E     2 )C     3)B     4) D      5) A

Exercise 4:  1) A   scroll wheel       B  Scroll
2 ) A  button                  B  laser mouse

Exercise 5:  ball mouse or mechanical mouse

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Are we ready for a cyber attack?
Whatch the clip and answer the following questions:

1. What is the name of project Peter Pedersen talks about?
2. After the generator had been connected to the power grid, what was the task of computer security experts?
3. What happened to the generator after the second attack?
4. Can a purely digital cyber attack disrupt or disable a large generator connected to the power grid?

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1. Aurora
2. Use computer code to knock the generator offline.
3. It was knocked of the grid and it didn't work anymore.

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Speaking
Exercise 8:  Work in pairs and act out the roles (Student A &B)
Student A: the type of mouse you use
other kinds of mice

Student B: what kind of mouse do you recommend?

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Writing
Exercise 9: Use the product listing on p. 10 and the conversation from exercise 8 to complete the feedback form for a new mouse.

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Vocabulary List
Look up the definitions of the words in bold from the texts on p.8 and p.10 and create your own vocabulary list.