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1 Lesson Plan Course Title: Principles of Information Technology Session Title: Identifying File types, Purposes, and Extensions Lesson Duration: 4 hours Performance Objective: Upon completion of this assignment, the student will be able to identify a file type by its extension, choose an application to open the file, and identify the purpose of the application chosen. The student will be able to organize files within folders according to file type and purpose. Specific Objectives: Define application software Identify a file type by looking at its extension Identify the type of application software needed to open a given file Identify the use for a given application software Demonstrate how to create, name, organize, copy, move, and delete files and folders Preparation TEKS Correlations: (5) The student demonstrates knowledge of the different software associated with information systems. The student is expected to (F) demonstrate understanding of file extensions and the purpose of file types across software products; (H) identify appropriate use of application software; (L) demonstrate proper file management techniques such as creating, naming, organizing, copying, moving, and deleting files. Instructor/Trainer References: Content Developer Knowledge Instructional Aids: Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions Presentation Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions Notes Organizer Activity #1 Worksheet Activity #1 Worksheet Answer Key Activity #2 Instruction Sheet Activity #3 Instruction Sheet Activity #3 Student Data File Activity #3 Answer Key Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions Test 1

2 Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions Test KEY Materials Needed: Copies of Notes Organizer, instruction sheets, and test Equipment Needed: Computer and projector for presentation Computers for individual student use Learner As a class, have the students organize themselves into like groupings (examples: male and female; grade levels; age). Then, have the students organize themselves into subgroups (example: main group is age, subgroups male and female). Note: the objective of this exercise is to help the students understand the need for organization and that there are several ways to organize the same information. Introduction MI Introduction (LSI Quadrant I): ASK, Have you ever gone to your computer to complete something you were working on and not been able to find where you saved it? ASK, You can t remember what you named it and you end up starting all over again? SAY, That s why it s important to establish a good folder and organizational system for your files. SAY, Have you ever opened a file and it was just a bunch of symbols? That s because you used the wrong software to open the file. Outline MI Outline (LSI Quadrant II): Instructor Notes: I. Students define and give examples of application software (slide 4) II. Students identify a file type by looking at its extension (slides 6-9) Instructor should use a computer and projector to display the presentation: Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions. III. IV. Students identify the type of application software needed to open a given file (slide 10) Students are shown how to create, name, organize, copy, move, and delete files and folders (slides 11-15) Speaker notes are provided in the presentation to aid the instructor with the content of the slides. Hand out the Identifying Files Types, Purposes and 2

3 Extensions Notes Organizer, 1 per student, to aid them in note taking during your presentation. Activity #1: Also listed in guided practice below Reinforcement activity in which students identify file type and extension Hand out the Activity #1 Worksheet, 1 per student. Allow 15 minutes to complete. Review the correct answers and let students grade their own work. NOTE: Prior to this activity, create a folder containing various blank documents. Activity #2: Also listed in guided practice below V. Demonstrate how to create, name, organize, copy, move, and delete files and folders Hand out the Activity #2 instruction sheet, 1 per student. Answer key provided in lesson documents. Activity #3: Also listed in independent practice below Students will demonstrate mastery of lesson content Hand out the Activity #3 instruction sheet, 1 per student Answer key provided in lesson documents. Students will complete the review activity listed below in the Summary section. Place the students in pairs or groups of three for this activity. Students will complete the test listed below in the Evaluation section. Students will do this individually. Answer key provided in lesson documents. 3

4 Application MI Guided Practice (LSI Quadrant III): Activity #1: Students will practice by completing a worksheet identifying file extensions and types. They will also identify the file name and extension. Activity #2: Students will complete the tasks necessary to create, name, organize, rename, copy, move, and delete files and folders. They will take a snapshot of the screen, paste it into a word-processing document, and print for instructor feedback. MI Independent Practice (LSI Quadrant III): Activity #3: In Part One, students will identify file applications, purpose, and types. In Part Two, students will open their folder location. They will create, edit, save, rename, and make copies of their files. They will take a snapshot and paste that into a wordprocessing document. They will print and submit to instructor for grading. Summary MI Review (LSI Quadrants I and IV): In pairs, have students ask questions of each other from the lesson note organizers they filled out at the beginning of the lesson. Evaluation MI Informal Assessment (LSI Quadrant III): Discussion comments during introduction activity Observation of note-taking during presentation of lesson Guided practice activities MI Formal Assessment (LSI Quadrant III, IV): Activity #3: Application of all the learning in the lesson EXAM: Questions over file types, purposes, and extensions (answer key provided) 4

5 Extension MI Extension/Enrichment (LSI Quadrant IV): Enrichment #1: Have students organize their files according to each class they are currently taking. Enrichment #2: Instruct the students to create simple files with creative filenames using various different software applications. Have them organize the files in folders according to type. 5

6 Icon MI Teaching Strategies Verbal/ Linguistic Logical/ Mathematical Visual/Spatial Musical/ Rhythmic Bodily/ Kinesthetic Intrapersonal Interpersonal Lecture, discussion, journal writing, cooperative learning, word origins Problem solving, number games, critical thinking, classifying and organizing, Socratic questioning Mind-mapping, reflective time, graphic organizers, color-coding systems, drawings, designs, video, DVD, charts, maps Use music, compose songs or raps, use musical language or metaphors Use manipulatives, hand signals, pantomime, real life situations, puzzles and board games, activities, roleplaying, action problems Reflective teaching, interviews, reflective listening, KWL charts Cooperative learning, roleplaying, group brainstorming, cross-cultural interactions Personal Development Strategies Reading, highlighting, outlining, teaching others, reciting information Organizing material logically, explaining things sequentially, finding patterns, developing systems, outlining, charting, graphing, analyzing information Developing graphic organizers, mindmapping, charting, graphing, organizing with color, mental imagery (drawing in the mind s eye) Creating rhythms out of words, creating rhythms with instruments, playing an instrument, putting words to existing songs Moving while learning, pacing while reciting, acting out scripts of material, designing games, moving fingers under words while reading Reflecting on personal meaning of information, studying in quiet settings, imagining experiments, visualizing information, journaling Studying in a group, discussing information, using flash cards with other, teaching others Naturalist Existentialist Natural objects as manipulatives and as background for learning Socratic questions, real life situations, global problems/questions Connecting with nature, forming study groups with like-minded people Considering personal relationship to larger context 6

7 NAME: DATE: Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions Notes Organizer 1. Define application software: 2. List two image extensions: 3. List two audio extensions: 4. List two video extensions: 5. List two types of executable program files: 6. What punctuation mark is between the filename and the extension? 7. Identify a file type by looking at its extension. Fill in the charts below: Extension File Type Extension File Type.jpeg.mp4 or.mpeg4.avi.wav.bmp.exe.wmv.mov.mp3.gif.bat.tif or.tiff.png.mp2 8. Folders are a great way to help you your files. 9. Use something for a folder name to help you the contents of the folder. 10. To copy a file: Right-click the filename and choose ; right-click and choose. 7

8 11. The copied file will have the word in the filename. 12. To rename a file: Right-click the filename and choose ; the filename will be highlighted. Just start the new name. Be sure to leave the and the at the end. 13. To delete a file or folder: Right-click the filename and choose ; click in the message box that appears. 8

9 NAME: DATE: Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions Notes Organizer (KEY) 1. Define application software: Application Software is a computer program that performs a specific function(s) for the user. 2. List two image extensions: Any two of the following:.jpg,.jpeg,.bmp,.gif,.png,.tif,.tiff 3. List two audio extensions: Any two of the following:.mp3,.avi,.wav,.mp2,.wma,.mid,.mp4 or.mpeg4 4. List two video extensions: Any two of the following:.avi,.wmv,.mov,.mp4 or.mpeg4 5. List two types of executable program files:.exe and.bat 6. What punctuation mark is between the filename and the extension? A Period 7. Identify a file type by looking at its extension. Fill in the chart below: Extension File Type Extension File Type.jpeg Image.mp4 or Audio or Video.mpeg4.avi Audio or video.wav Audio.bmp Image.exe Executable Program.wmv Video.mov Video.mp3 Audio.gif Image.bat Executable Program.tif or.tiff Image.png.mp2 Image Audio 8. Folders are a great way to help you organize your files. 9

10 9. Use something descriptive for a folder name to help you identify the contents of the folder. 10. To copy a file: Right-click the filename and choose copy ; right-click and choose paste. 11. The copied file will have the word copy in the filename. 12. To rename a file: Right-click the filename and choose rename; the filename will be highlighted. Just start typing the new name. Be sure to leave the extension and the period at the end. 13. To delete a file or folder: Right-click the filename and choose delete; click yes in the message box that appears. 10

11 Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions Activity #1 Worksheet Student Name: Date: Fill in each blank or box with the correct answer. Icon and Filename logo.bmp Type of File raceday.wmv panoramic.jpeg galaxy.bat thankyou.wav summertrip.mpeg4 sweet16.png happybirthday.mp3 riverrafting.mov setup.exe airplane.avi Label the two parts of the file: highschool.jpg 11

12 Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions Activity #1 Worksheet (KEY) Student Name: Fill in each blank or box with the correct answer. Icon and Filename logo.bmp raceday.wmv panoramic.jpeg Galaxy.bat Type of File Image Video Image Executable Program thankyou.wav Audio summertrip.mpeg4 sweet16.png happybirthday.mp3 setup.exe riverrafting.mov airplane.avi Video Image Audio Executable Program Video Video Label the two parts of the file: highschool.jpg Filename Extension 12

13 Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions Activity #2 1. Open the My Computer icon. 2. Navigate to the drive/folder where you save your student work. 3. Create a new folder named Your First Last Name. 4. Inside this folder, make another folder named Folder Activity. 5. Press the Print Screen button on the computer keyboard. 6. Open your word-processing software. 7. Press the paste button. a. A picture of the screen should appear on the document. b. Resize this to easily read the folder names. c. Save this to your student file as Folder Activity. d. Create a header with your first and last name. 8. Navigate to the drive/folder according to the instructor. 9. Copy the files from this folder into your Student Name folder. 10. Pick one file and create three copies of it (inside this same folder). 11. Pick a second file and create a copy of it then rename it ALL MY CLASSES. 12. Pick a third file and create a copy of it. Now delete the original file. 13. Hold down the ALT key and at the same time press the Print Screen button on the computer keyboard. 14. Navigate back to your document, and paste this screen snapshot in it. 15. Save your changes. Print one copy and submit to your instructor for grading. 13

14 Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions Activity #3 Instruction Sheet 1. Open the My Computer icon. Navigate to the drive/folder where you save your student work. Create a new folder named Computer Class. 2. Using your word-processing software, open the Activity #3 Student Data File. 3. Save this inside the computer class folder as ACTIVITY3. 4. Open the built-in drawing software on your computer. 5. Create an image of a red circle. Click on File, Save As. Save this inside the computer class folder you just made, with the name MyDrawing. 6. Click on File, Save As, and change the Save As Type option to jpg or jpeg. Change the filename to MyCircle. Save this inside the computer class folder. Close the drawing software program. 7. Download a short video clip from a free Internet website. Save this as MyVideo to the computer class folder. NOTE: If you do not have access to the Internet or cannot otherwise produce a video, omit this step. 8. Open the music folder on your computer. Select one of the sample music files. Save this as MyMusic to the computer class folder. 9. Create copies of each file: Activity3, MyDrawing, MyCircle, MyVideo, and MyMusic. 10. Rename the originals to be YourActivity3, YourDrawing, YourCircle, YourVideo, and YourMusic, where Your is your first and last name entered without spaces. 11. Take a screen snapshot of this window (using ALT + PrtScrn). Paste the snapshot into the ACTIVITY3 document beneath the heading PART TWO. Resize and/or crop the snapshot to easily read the text. 12. Save your changes. Print one copy and submit to your instructor for grading. 14

15 Activity #3 Student Data File Student Name: PART ONE Icon and Filename Application Used Application Purpose Type of File MyDrawing.bmp MyCircle.jpg MyVideo.wav MyMusic.mp3 PART TWO 15

16 Activity #3 Student Data File - Answer KEY PART ONE Icon and Filename Application Used MyDrawing.bmp MyCircle.jpg MyVideo.wav MyMusic.mp3 Built-in drawing software Built-in drawing software Built-in video software Built-in music software Application Purpose Creative drawing and editing of images Built-in drawing and editing of images Producing, viewing, and editing videos Downloading and playing music files Type of File Image Image Video Audio PART TWO 16

17 Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions TEST Instructions: Read each question below. Decide which option best answers the question, and write the letter that precedes that answer in the blank to the left of question. 1. Identify the file type by looking at the extension: rivers.jpeg A. Audio File B. Movie File C. Executable File D. Image File 2. What type of file is the following? Rafters.mov A. Internet FIle B. Movie File C. Image FIle D. Audio File 3. Which of the following are executable program files? A..bat and.exe B..bmp and.mov C..mp4 and. jpg D..wmv and.avi 4. Which of the following are NOT extensions of picture files? A..avi and.mov B..bmp and gif C..jpg and.tiff D..gif and.png 5. Which of the following are extensions of audio files? A..jpeg and.mov B..bat and.mp4 C..mp3 and.wav D..avi and.wmp 17

18 Identifying File Types, Purposes, and Extensions TEST - ANSWER KEY 1. Identify the file type by looking at the extension: rivers.jpeg A. Audio File B. Movie File C. Executable File D. Image File 2. What type of file is the following? Rafters.mov A. Internet File B. Movie FIle C. Image FIle D. Audio File 3. Which of the following are program files? E..bat and.exe F..bmp and.mov G..mp4 and. jpg H..wmv and.avi 4. Which of the following are NOT extensions of picture files? A..avi and.mov B..bmp and.gif C..jpg and.tiff D..gif and.png 5. Which of the following are extensions of audio files? A..jpeg and.mov B..bat and.mp4 A..mp3 and.wav B. avi and wmp 18

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