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  1. Name the 4 key points of 1st Generation.
    M.O.V.E.

    • 1. Machine Language
    • 2. Overheated
    • 3. Vacuum tubes for circuitry
    • 4. Enormous
  2. What years were the 1st generation of computers?
    1941-1956
  3. What was the 1st computer called?
    ENIAC
  4. Name the 4 key points of the 2nd Generation.
    S.A.T. Down

    • 1. Smaller
    • 2. Assembly language replaced machine
    • 3. Transistors replace vacuum tubes
    • 4. Disk drives (first ever)
  5. What years were the 2nd generation of computers?
    1956-1963
  6. Name the 4 key facts of 3rd generation of computers.
    V.I.S.E.

    • 1. Video games: Space wars
    • 2. Integrated Circuit Chips
    • 3. Smaller
    • 4. Email
  7. What years were the 3rd generation of computers?
    1964-1971
  8. Name the 5 key facts abouth the 4th generation of computers.
    MIPS-B

    • 1. Microprocessors (now fit in palm of hand)
    • 2. Internet
    • 3. Personal computers by IBM
    • 4. Steve Jobs and Steven Wozniak founded Apple
    • 5. Bill Gates founded Microsoft.
  9. Define Blogging
    Is a website that contains personal opinions and knowledfe typically interactive
  10. What the pros of blogging?
    • C.I.S.S.
    • Captures changes in thinking
    • Introduces technology
    • Saves tress - less paper
    • Shy students are able to be more involved
  11. What are the CONS of blogging?
    • DIS DIS
    • Doens't promote grammar or English
    • Intimidating to share
    • SCrolling doesn't develop some reading skills
    • Difficult to monitor
    • Internet - not every home has
    • Students need to be taught
  12. What can blogs be used for?
    • Practice typing
    • Commincation with classrooms around the world
    • Publish stories or other work
  13. Define hypermedia.
    Interactive project that alows students to navigate information in any order.
  14. What does hypermedia include?
    SHIT-V

    • Sound
    • Hyperlinks
    • Images
    • Text
    • Videos
  15. What is an example of hypermedia?
    World wide web
  16. What are the pros of hypermedia?
    IMAP

    • Introduce technology
    • Moves at own pace
    • Allows for repetition
    • Presents information in a variety of ways - incorporating a variety of learning styles.
  17. What are the cons of hypermedia?
    FTT

    • Funding - lack of
    • Time consuming to develop
    • Training - lack of training
  18. Define Inspiration.
    Educational software that maps information with multiple layers
  19. What are the pros of inspiration?
    • Visual learners
    • User friendly
    • Teaches planning and organizing
  20. What are the cons of inspiration?
    • Requires software
    • One type of learner
    • May need text supplements
  21. What is internet?
    International computer network providing email and information
  22. What are the pros of internet?
    • Email
    • Social networks
    • Vast resources
    • Distance Learning
  23. What are the cons of internet?
    • Interferes with social development
    • Sex offenders
    • Reliability of information
    • Copyright
  24. What are the classroom uses of internet?
    • Create a classroom website
    • Projects
    • Scavenger Hunt
    • Webquests
    • Blogging
  25. Define Podcast
    Pre-recorded audo program or file typically for download to computer or MP3 player
  26. What are the pros of podcasts?
    • All reading levels can use them
    • Information for absent students
    • Able to play on MP3 which are inexpensive
  27. What are the cons of podcasts?
    • Time consuming
    • Lacks feedback
    • Only effective for short topics
    • Doesn't appeal to visual learners
    • May not have technology to listen with
  28. What are some of the uses of podcasts?
    • Record lectures
    • Study guides
    • Disperse news
    • Visual field trips
  29. Define Smartboard
    Interactive whiteboard created in 1991
  30. What are the pros of smart boards?
    • 1. Interactive classroom where learning is multidismensional
    • 2. Take notes and save them
    • 3. Motivating
    • 4. Easy to teach
  31. What are the cons of Smartboards?
    • 1. Students may not be able to reach
    • 2. Time consuming
  32. What are some uses of Smartboards?
    • Attendance
    • Review as gams
    • Notes for absent students
    • Lunch orders
    • Skype with other classrooms
  33. Define Spreadsheets.
    Worksheets arranged in rows and columns with data in cells, often with formulas
  34. What are the pros of spreadsheets?
    • Easy calculations
    • Organize checklists, schedules, and labratory
  35. What are the cons of spreadsheets?
    • Difficult to learn
    • Need computer program
  36. What are the pros of webdesign?
    • 1. Post upcoming assignments, schedules and calendars
    • 2. Access from everywhere
    • 3. Needs to be kept up to date
  37. Define Webquests.
    • Interactive, compile and present information
    • Inquiry oriented
  38. What are the 6 components of a webquest?
    ITPREC

    • Introduction
    • Task
    • Process
    • Resources
    • Evaluation
    • Conclusion
  39. What are the pros of webquests?
    • Can vary in length
    • Preselected resources
    • Motivating and engages students
  40. What are the cons of webquest?
    • Time consuming
    • Students on task
  41. Define Wiki.
    Web server software that allows users to collaborate and contribute content
  42. What are the pros of Wikis?
    • Collaborate with others
    • Information in one location
    • Easy to use
    • user friendly
  43. What are the cons of Wikis?
    • Only one can log at a time
    • Lack of the internet

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