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Unformatted text preview: SESSION PLAN Sector Qualification Title : Electronics : Computer Systems Servicing NC II Unit of Competency : Install and configure computer systems Module Title : Installing and configuring computer systems Learning Outcomes: 1. Assemble computer hardware 2. Install operating system and drivers for peripherals/devices 3. Install the computer application software 4. Conduct testing and documentation A. INTRODUCTION This module covers the outcomes required in installing and configuring desktop and workstation computers systems. It consists of competencies to assemble computer hardware, install operating system and drivers for peripherals/devices, and install application software as well as to conduct testing and documentation. B. LEARNING ACTIVITIES LO 1: Assemble computer hardware Learning Methods Presentation Content Trainers Methodology Level I Portfolio Practice Feedback Developed by: Resources Page 1 of 7 Time •Types of Computers Modular/Selfpaced Read Information Sheet 1.1-1 on Types of Computers Answer SelfCheck 1.1-1 Check answers with answer key. 1.1-1 CBLM/Informatio n Sheet 1.1.-1 1 hr. • Parts of Computers Group discussion using slide presentation View slide presentation on Parts of Computers Answer SelfCheck 1.1-2 On Parts Of Computers Check Answers With Answer Key. •Laptop •LCD Projector 1 ½ hrs. • Safe Handling of Computer Parts demonstration Observe the trainer on demonstration of Safe Handling of Computer Parts Return demonstratio n using Task sheet 1.1-3 on How to Handle Safe the Computer Parts Evaluate performance using the Performance Criteria Checklists 1.13 •Anti-static wrist wrap •Anti-static mat • gloves •desktop •RAM •Motherboard •Video Card •PSU •Hard Drive •NIC 2 hrs. • Systems Design Modular/Selfpaced Read Information Sheet1.1-4 On Answer SelfCheck 1.1-4 Check Answers With Answer Key. 1.1-4 CBLM/Informatio n Sheet 1.1-4 1 hr. Trainers Methodology Level I Portfolio 1.1-2 Developed by: Page 2 of 7 Systems Design • Computer assembly procedures demonstration Observe the trainer on demonstration of Computer assembly procedures Return demonstratio n using Job sheet 1.1-5 on Computer assembly procedures Evaluate performance using the Performance Criteria Checklists 1.15 • Desktop PC interface/hook up procedures Group discussion using •slide presentation View slide presentation on Desktop PC interface/hook up procedures Perform demonstratio n Task sheet 1.1-6 on Desktop PC interface/hoo k up procedures Answer SelfCheck 1.1-6 on Desktop PC interface/hook up procedures Trainers Methodology Level I Portfolio Developed by: •Anti-static wrist wrap •Anti-static mat • gloves •desktop •RAM •Motherboard •Video Card •PSU •Hard Drive •NIC • Laptop • LCD Projector Page 3 of 7 3 hrs. 2 hrs. • POWER ON selftest and BIOS configuration procedures Group discussion using •video presentation View video presentation on POWER ON self-test and BIOS configuration procedures Perform demonstratio n Task sheet 1.1-7 on POWER ON self-test and BIOS configuration procedures Answer SelfCheck 1.1-7 on POWER ON self-test and BIOS configuration procedures • Laptop • LCD Projector • Computer desktop • speakers • 5S and 3Rs environmental policies Group discussion using •slide presentation View slide presentation on 5S and 3Rs environmental policies Perform demonstratio n Task sheet 1.1-6 on 5S and 3Rs environmenta l policies Answer SelfCheck 1.1-8 on 5S and 3Rs environmental policies • Laptop • LCD Projector LO 2: 1 ½ hrs. 1 hr. Install operating system and drivers for peripherals/ devices •Preparation of Installers demonstration Observe the trainer on demonstratio n of Preparation of Installers Trainers Methodology Level I Portfolio Return demonstratio n using Task sheet 1.1-3 on How to Prepare Bootable Win Evaluate performance using the Performance Criteria Checklists 1.21 Developed by: •Flash drive •optical drive •Computer • Desktop OS • Network OS Device drivers Page 4 of 7 1 hr. •Disk Management Group discussion using •slide presentation • demonstration View slide presentation on Disk Management •Computer Operating Systems Group discussion using slide presentation View slide presentation on Computer Operating Systems •OS Installation Procedures demonstration Observe the trainer on demonstratio n of OS Installation Procedures Trainers Methodology Level I Portfolio 7 USB using Power ISO Perform demonstratio n Task sheet 1.2-2 on Disk management Evaluate performance using the Performance Criteria Checklists 1.22 •Computer desktop •LCD Projector Answer SelfCheck 1.2-3 on Computer Operating Systems Check Answers With Answer Key. 1.2-3 •Computer laptop •LCD Projector 1hr. Return demonstratio ns using Job sheet 1.2-4 on How to Install Win 7 Using ISO Evaluate performance using the Performance Criteria Checklists 1.24 • Laptop •LCD Projector • OS installer 3 hrs. Developed by: Page 5 of 7 2 hrs. •Installation of devices/drivers •Installation applications Modular/Selfpaced Perform Task Sheet 1.2-5 on How to Install Device Driver Observe the trainer on demonstratio n of Installation Return demonstratio ns using Job sheet 1.3-1 on How to Install Answer SelfCheck 1.2-6 On Update Procedures Install the computer application software •Update procedures LO 3: •Group discussion using video presentation • demonstration View slide and video presentation on Installation of devices /drivers and observe the trainer on demonstratio ns of OS Installation Procedures Read Information Sheet1.1-6 On Update Procedures of •Demonstration s •Hands-on practice Trainers Methodology Level I Portfolio Evaluate performance using the Performance Criteria Checklists 1.25 • Laptop •LCD Projector •Flash drive •External Optical drive •Device driver • OS installer Check Answers With Answer Key. 1.2-6 CBLM/Informatio n Sheet 1.2-6 Evaluate performance using the Performance Criteria • Laptop 2 hrs. •LCD Projector •Flash drive •External Optical drive Developed by: Page 6 of 7 2 hrs. 1hr. of applications •Application •Group View slide software license discussion using presentation agreements slide on presentation Application software license agreements LO 4: Conduct testing and documentation Applications • Purpose and importance of stress test Modular/Selfpaced Read Information sheet1.4-1 on Purpose and Importance of Stress Test •Stress test procedures demonstration Observe the trainer on demonstratio n of Stress test procedures Trainers Methodology Level I Portfolio Checklists 1.31 Check Answers With Answer Key. 1.3-2 •Device driver • OS installer • Laptop •LCD Projector •Computer Desktop Answer SelfCheck 1.4-1 On Purpose And Importance Of Stress Test Check Answers With Answer Key. 1.4-1 CBLM/Informatio n Sheet Return demonstratio n using Task sheet 1.4-on How to test Stress Evaluate performance using the Performance Criteria Checklists • Flash drive • External • optical drive • Stress test software •Desktop Answer SelfCheck 1.3-2 on Application software license agreements Developed by: Page 7 of 7 1 ½ hrs. 1hr. 2 hrs. •Documentation procedures Group discussion using slide presentation View slide presentation on Documentati on procedures procedures 1.4-2 Answer SelfCheck 1.4-3 on Documentatio n procedures Check Answers With Answer Key. 1.4-3 computer or laptop • Computer peripherals/devic es • Laptop 1 ½ hrs. • LCD Projector C. ASSESSMENT PLAN Written Test Performance Test D. TEACHER’S SELF-REFLECTION OF THE SESSION Trainers Methodology Level I Portfolio Developed by: Page 8 of 7 ...
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  • Summer '17
  • Jayson Vicencio
  • Personal computer, Trainers Methodology Level, View slide

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