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WSD K Identify the parts of the computer

Life Skills:

  • Social & Civic Responsibility
  • Employability

Time Frame:
2 class periods that run 15 minutes each.

Group Size:


This lesson will help students identify the parts of a computer.

a computer that has the Internet

Background For Teachers:
Be familiar with accessing the Internet and the parts of a computer--mouse, monitor, keyboard, printer, processor, modem, floppy disk, CD-Rom and memory(RAM).

Intended Learning Outcomes:

  • Each student will be able to identify the parts of a computer.

    Instructional Procedures:

    1. Open up the Internet.
    2. Go to the links below or type in the address--
    3. Click on Etechie, Technology Standards, Elementary Tech Standards, Performance Indicators, K-2, Mouse Monitor Printer, Computer Lesson for kids and small adults or introduction to hardware is right below it.

    Web Sites

    Assessment Plan:
    Performance for this activity can be assessed as you walk around and ask the students to point to the different parts of the computer--mouse, monitor, key board, printer, processor, floppy disk slot, CD-Rom slot and memory(RAM).

    Weber District

    Created Date :
    Jul 20 2002 14:34 PM

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