Student Report Statements




Student Report Statements:
Produces most lower-case and upper-case letters

Uses computer technology to begin to construct texts such as commonly used words



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Using computer-based technologies to locate Student Report Statements, access, evaluate, manipulate, create, store and retrieve INFORMATION.





  1. Consistently interprets computer icons and commands in context

  1. Experiments with paint or draw software to see how it operates and the effects that can be generated.

  2. Starts program Student Report Statements from menu

  3. Moves cursor using mouse and keyboard

  4. Types own name, commonly used words, and simple sentences.






Kid Pix

The Computer Classroom

Tizzy’s Toybox


Claris Works


Expressing IDEAS and COMMUNICATING with others using computer-based Student Report Statements technologies.





  1. Usse drawing/painting software to create pictures for scribed text.

  2. Creates pictures using drawing/painting program, writes own text or has it scribed.

  3. Uses drawing software to express thoughts and feelings.

  4. Contributes Student Report Statements to jointly constructed e-mail messages.

  5. Contributes to shared reading of letters from e-mail buddies.


KidPix


Claris Works




Developing an AWARENESS of the range of applications of computer-based technologies in society.




  1. Describes Student Report Statements what a computer is and where computers can be found.

  2. Discusses how computers can help us.

  3. Listens and responds to computerised instructions.





Tizzy’s Toybox


Multimedia Learning Books


DISCRIMINATING in the choice and use of Student Report Statements computer-based technologies for a given purpose.





  1. Chooses whether or not to use a computer for a given task.

  2. Experiments with using software for “free play”.

  3. Experiments with using the Student Report Statements mouse and keyboard.




Claris Works

Kid Pix

Maths Fun

Maths Invaders

Animated Alphabet


DEVELOPING the confidence to explore, adapt and shape technological understandings and skills in response to challenges now and in the future.





  1. Turns computers on/off Student Report Statements.

  2. Uses computers in imaginative play, pretending to operate them.

  3. Identifies the parts of the computer and their functions.









^ Student Report Statements:

Year 1

Produces texts using computer technology.

Moves the cursor using Student Report Statements the mouse and keyboard

Year 2

Produces texts using computer technology.

Enlarges and changes text font

Types sentence/s without assistance




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INDICATORS
SOFTWARE


Using computer-based technologies to locate, access, evaluate, manipulate, create, store and retrieve INFORMATION.



Locates Student Report Statements relevant information from bookmarked sites.

Types sentence/s without assistance.

Uses basic conventions; space bar for spaces, shift and caps lock for capitals, tab, delete.

Uses computer terminology eg. Save, delete Student Report Statements, open, exit, print, hard disk, floppy disk, menu, save as, command, caps lock.

Uses computer functions to change and enlarge font, insert and eject disk/CD, open and quit programs, save work, add graphics Student Report Statements to a text, check the spelling of work.

Name parts of computer.


The Internet

Claris Works


Kid Pix




Expressing IDEAS and COMMUNICATING with others using computer-based technologies.


Produces a card, invitation or Student Report Statements poster using graphic and written texts.

Create and send e-mail messages to other students (with permission).

Creates text on word processors.

Uses draw programs to create graphics to accompany Student Report Statements texts.


Kid Pix


The Internet

Claris Works

Kid Pix

Wiggleworks



Developing an AWARENESS of the range of applications of computer-based technologies in society.


Identifies computer technologies used in everyday lives eg. ATMs, grocery scanners, OASIS library

Recognises their own use Student Report Statements of technology in school and home environments.

Links changes in their lives with changes in technology such as mobile phones, using a computer instead of a pencil.





DISCRIMINATING in the choice and Student Report Statements use of computer-based technologies for a given purpose.


Uses a number of sources to locate information, eg CD ROMs, relevant internet sites, electronic books.

Selects appropriate software tools for particular purposes Student Report Statements, eg word processors for report or story writing, graphics for making pictures.


Internet

Websters Encyclopedia

Aspire

Claris Works


DEVELOPING the confidence to explore, adapt and shape technological understandings and skills in response to Student Report Statements challenges now and in the future.


Discusses the steps involved in making a picture or

text and printing it.

Compare the steps involved when using a different

graphics package or software package.


Claris Student Report Statements Works


KidPix

Wiggleworks








Student Report Statements:
^ Year 3 and 4

Demonstrates basic desktop publishing skills on the computer

Obtains information from selected Internet/computer sites and other computer graphics and texts

Uses word processing programs to publish text (year 4 only Student Report Statements)




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INDICATORS
SOFTWARE


Using computer-based technologies to locate, access, evaluate, manipulate, create, store and retrieve INFORMATION.





  1. Obtains information from selected internet sites, computer graphics, texts and software.

  2. Sets out and changes layout of Student Report Statements text according to purpose.

  3. Carries out basic functions eg drafts, redrafts, prints, saves to correct locations, retrieves a text or file and opens appropriate pull down menus.

  4. Locates and uses Spell Check Student Report Statements and edits sentence structure.

  5. Stores information eg database, spreadsheet, camera

  6. Uses word processing/web publishing programs to design text for paper based and electronic publication eg recount, webpage

  7. Investigates other forms of Student Report Statements publishing eg slide shows, multimedia


Internet

ClarisWorks

Digital camera

Composer

Hyperstudio

Kid Pix

MS Word



Expressing IDEAS and COMMUNICATING with others using computer-based technologies.




  1. Selects and insert graphics, photographs or illustrations to enhance the meaning of texts

  2. Creates a simple hyperlinked text eg Student Report Statements Composer pages, Hyperstudio stack

  3. Uses email (supervised) to request and receive information.

  4. Create slide shows to communicate idea or information.

  5. Uses appropriate computer terminology to discuss computer text.

  6. Creates 2D and 3D objects Student Report Statements using Draw programs.


Irfan Viewer

The Internet

Hyperstudio

The Internet


Kid Pix

Claris Works

DTP software


Developing an AWARENESS of the range of applications of computer-based technologies in society.




  1. Investigates computer uses at home, in Student Report Statements parents’ work and other familiar settings.

  2. Identifies all the possible uses of computers in the school.

  3. Models systems that exist in the community, using construction materials and program interfaces, eg traffic lights Student Report Statements, burglar alarms, timers.

  4. Works with a variety of computer technologies.


Digital Camera


Scanner


Irfanview


DISCRIMINATING in the choice and use of computer-based technologies for a given purpose.





  1. Compares paint/draw software with a prepared graphics package.

  2. Identifies Student Report Statements advantages and disadvantages of particular computer applications and software packages.

  3. Predicts and lists a range of print and nonprint resources for answering фокус questions eg Internet, film, photographs, charts and people

  4. Designs Student Report Statements layouts for different publications

  5. Identify advantages and disadvantages of particular computer uses, software packages or ways of communicating.


Print Shop

Kid Pix

Paint Shop Pro

Irfan Viewer

Scanner

Digital camera

ClarisWorks


DEVELOPING the confidence to explore, adapt and Student Report Statements shape technological understandings and skills in response to challenges now and in the future.




  1. Describes how changes and technology have affected lifestyles eg media technologies.

  2. Identifies conventions of electronic texts, eg database, spreadsheet Student Report Statements.

  3. Explores how to use a new type of software.

  4. Discusses features of different graphics packages.

  5. Teaches a friend to use computer skill or ampiece of equipment eg digital camera.


Word Processor

Spellbound


Digital Camera
Student Student Report Statements Report Statements:
Years 5 and 6

Uses computer technology to produce texts and presents these effectively in different ways

Designs and organises information for a web page

Accesses and interprets a wider range of Internet/computer Student Report Statements texts and graphics




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OUTCOMES

SOFTWARE


Using computer-based technologies to locate, access, evaluate, manipulate, create, store and retrieve INFORMATION.





  1. Use keywords to locate relevant information on the internet.

  2. Compare sources of information in terms of currency Student Report Statements, reliability and relevance to a selected topic or issue.

  3. Uses computer software programs to format a variety of texts

  4. Locates and uses thesaurus.

  5. Possesses an awareness of the limitations of spell check.

  6. Consolidates information Student Report Statements skills eg tools for locating resources in CD ROMs, the internet, encyclopaedias.

  7. Stores information in databases, spreadsheets and graphs.


The Internet

Multimedia Encyclopaedias

KidPix

MS Word

ClarisWorks

Excel

Internet


Expressing IDEAS and COMMUNICATING with others using computer-based Student Report Statements technologies.




  1. Produces a variety of texts, using a range of technology for different audiences eg slide show, database, scanners, digital cameras, graphs, tables, spreadsheet

  2. Manipulate graphics to alter or enhance their meaning Student Report Statements or effectiveness.

  3. Produces texts with attention to design, layout and graphics.

  4. Following school “Acceptable Use Procedures” communicates ideas to a large audience (Intranet/Internet/email)


Kid Pix

Hyperstudio

Internet

Scanner

Camera

Digital camera

ClarisWorks

MS Word

Powerpoint

The Internet


Developing an AWARENESS of Student Report Statements the range of applications of computer-based technologies in society.




  1. Consolidates computer skills when using a range of computer software and applications eg tables, borders, graphics, word processors, web pages Student Report Statements, authoring software, databases, spreadsheets

  2. Identify roles of computers at different stages of complex industrial or commercial activities.

  3. Compare tasks undertaken using computers with methods used in other places or times.


ClarisWorks

MS Word

MS Excel

Hyperstudio

Composer


DISCRIMINATING in the choice Student Report Statements and use of computer-based technologies for a given purpose.




  1. Experiments with computer technology to produce different texts and graphics.

  2. Selects and uses the appropriate technology, software and applications to complete Student Report Statements a given task eg graphics, tables, multimedia presentations including graphics, sound, text and animation, digital cameras and scanner.

  3. Compares and discusses the dis/advantages of using programs to create a document.

  4. Consider the Student Report Statements impact of technology, computers and their use on cultural change, lifestyle and environment.


Kid Pix

Internet

Scanner

Digital camera

ClarisWorks

MS Word

Powerpoint

Hyperstudio

Composer


DEVELOPING the confidence to explore, adapt and shape technological understandings and skills in response to Student Report Statements challenges now and in the future.




  1. Selects, reads, interprets and uses a wide variety of material with increasing autonomy eg multimedia texts, graphics, hypertext.

  2. Explores the different ways of incorporating Student Report Statements photographs into a document.

  3. Evaluates a new piece of desktop publishing software with an existing package.

  4. Describes the procedures used and decisions мейд in progressing through and adventure game.

  5. Uses the Internet to Student Report Statements participate in projects with other schools.


Multimedia Encyclopaedias

Kid Pix

Internet

Scanner

Digital camera

ClarisWorks

MS Word

Powerpoint

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