Understanding fundamental concepts of Computer Science.
Final Exam Worksheet
The final exam is at 8:30 on
Friday January 23rd. The exam has multiple choice, true/false,
matching, and multiple response type questions. It is word 100 marks. Here are some sample questions.
Game Maker Worksheets
Complete each worksheet by answering the questions.
You may look for the answers in Game Maker or in the tutorial documents.
This course introduces students to computer science. Students will design software independently and as part of a team, using industry-standard programming tools and applying the software development life-cycle model. They will also write and use subprograms within computer programs. Students will develop creative solutions for various types of problems as their understanding of the computing environment grows. They will also explore environmental and ergonomic issues, emerging research in computer science, and global career trends in computer-related fields.
Introduction to Computer Architecture
All lesson materials and resources can be accessed through the
How the CPU Works In One Lesson Video
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LCD Monitor Teardown by
Hardware Quiz Review
Hardware Quiz Review 1
Hardware Quiz Review 2
Hardware Quiz Review 3
Computer Hardware Links
survey form, type your answers in the area provided, then save your work and email
the file to Mr. Young at email@example.com
Try these creative problem solving puzzles.
Can You Think Outside The Box?
Read the Student Responsibilities PDF and then complete the activity below.
Click this link to open the
Student Responsibilities Learning Activity
Notes On The Introduction To Software
General PC Architecture
How Technology Works
Encyclopedias and Computing Dictionaries
These next few sites are a great source of information about the technical and trivial aspects of computer
science. Check them out!
Free On-Line Dictionary of Computing: This site is based in the UK.
It has an enormous database of terms but may be too slow for your liking. For faster access, try this mirror site in the US:
TechEncyclopedia: More technical details can be found at this site.
PCwebopedia: The PCWebopedia is a useful encyclopedia of computer technology as well
as giving you links to web sites related to your topic.
Whatis: The "whatis" site offers good descriptions of a wide
variety of computer terms.