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Second Grade

STANDARD ONE

  • ISTE/NETS: Creativity and Innovation
  • Big Idea: Information, Communication and Productivity

Students will be introduced to and practice:

KEYBOARDING:  BEGINS IN SECOND GRADE

 

Resources and Activities

Use appropriate fingers on left shift, right shift, delete, tab.

 

www.typing.com

Use caps lock key properly.

 

www.typing.com

Use punctuation keys correctly.

Period, apostrophe, comma, quotation marks, semicolon, colon

www.typing.com

Students will be introduced to and practice:

WORD PROCESSING

 

Resources and Activities

Use correct spacing.

Set Line Spacing.

Microsoft Word

Utilize Toolbars.

Drawing, Standard, Formatting

Microsoft Word

Create:

Word Document

Microsoft Word

Students will be introduced to and practice:

SPREADSHEET

NOT IN SECOND GRADE

 

 

STANDARD TWO

  • ISTE/NETS: Communication and Collaboration
  • Big Idea: Information, Communication and Productivity

Students will be introduced to and practice:

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

 

Resources and Activities

Define telecommunications.

 

Teacher Discussion

Identify how the community uses telecommunications in everyday activities (e.g., business, library, educational institutions, and government).

 

Class Discussion

Students will be introduced to and practice:

E-MAIL

 

 

 

Define E-mail, define Netiquette.

Teacher Demonstration

Understand and use netiquette

Use language that does not include profanity, socially insensitive remarks or insults.

 

Students will be introduced to and practice: PRESENTATIONS

 

 

Explain the purpose of a presentation (e.g., communication, show knowledge of subject content, share information, and publish).

 

 

Use templates to present written communication.

 

 

Use technology communication to participate in group projects and learning activities.

 

 

Create and publish products collaboratively for audiences inside and outside the classroom using technology tools (e.g., multimedia or presentation).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STANDARD THREE

  • ISTE/NETS: Research and Information Fluency
  • Big Idea: Research, Inquiry/Problem-Solving and Innovation

Students will be introduced to and practice:

 

Resources and Activities

Demonstrate knowledge of appropriate use of the Internet.

Education-based research (e.g., gathering data)

Common Sense Media, Faux Paws (ikeepsafe), abcya.com

 

Define appropriate, inappropriate websites.

Common Sense Media, Faux Paws (ikeepsafe), abcya.com

Identify and/or use Internet Terms.

Home Page, Favorites/Bookmarks, Home Icon, Address Bar

Teacher Demonstration

 

Links, Back, Forward, Stop, Refresh, World Wide Web

Teacher Demonstration

 

Favorites/Bookmarks

Teacher Demonstration

Identify and/or use Internet Terms.

Search Engine, URL

Teacher Demonstration

Identify parts of a URL.

URL, http, www

Teacher Demonstration

Open web browser & use the Home, Back, & Forward buttons.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Identify the School Home Page.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Enter a URL.

 

 

Use links (e.g., displayed in text and graphic format).

 

http://www.pbclibrary.org/mousing/mousercise.htm

 

STANDARD FOUR

  • ISTE/NETS: Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
  • Big Idea: Research, Inquiry/Problem-Solving and Innovation

Students will be introduced to and practice:

 

Resources and Activities

Employ technology in the development of strategies for solving problems in the real-world as a team or individually.

Use electronic database to gather resources to answer essential questions.

 

Use appropriate technology tools to successfully engage in higher-order thinking activities.

 

 

Use multimedia resources to support learning (e.g., interactive books, educational software, and elementary multimedia).

 

 

Discuss the Internet as a source of information at school, home and at the public library.

 

 

 

 

STANDARD FIVE

  • ISTE/NETS: Digital Citizenship
  • Big Idea: Safety and Ethical/Social Issues

Students will be introduced to and practice:

 

Resources and Activities

Acknowledge ownership of own work (e.g., put name on work).

 

 

Explain that one must have permission to use another persons’ work or any part of that persons work.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Identify a copyright symbol.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Sign and discuss the AISDNet User Agreement Form.

 

Teacher Discussion, AISD form

Explain that a good citizen is a person who follows rules in a community.

 

 

Discuss how a stranger can pretend to be a friend in cyberspace.

 

Common Sense Media

Identify a stranger as someone whom you and your parents don’t know.

 

Class Discussion

Identify the characteristics of personal information.

 

Class Discussion

Explain potential risks to personal safety when supplying personal information, choosing a screen name, and selecting a password.

 

Cyber Kids on abcya.com

 

Discuss the importance of ethical, responsible, and safe behavior when using networked digital information (computer ethics).

 

Common Sense Media, Faux Paws

As a class, group, or individual recognize discuss and model responsible and safe behavior using online resources.

 

Common Sense Media, Faux Paws

Describe what to do when an unintended website is entered.

 

“X OUT!”

Discuss and follow the 5 Safety Tips published by the FBI     for protecting oneself online.

Never give out personal information such as your name, home address, school name, or telephone number in a chat room or on bulletin boards.  Also, never send a picture of yourself to someone you chat with on the computer without your parent’s permission.

https://archives.fbi.gov/archives/fun-games/kids/kids-safety

 

Never write to someone who has made you feel uncomfortable or scared.

https://archives.fbi.gov/archives/fun-games/kids/kids-safety

 

Never meet someone or have them visit you without the permission of your parents.

https://archives.fbi.gov/archives/fun-games/kids/kids-safety

 

Tell your parents right away if you read anything on the Internet that makes you feel uncomfortable.

https://archives.fbi.gov/archives/fun-games/kids/kids-safety

 

Remember that people online may not be who they say they are.  Someone who says that ‘she’ is a ‘12’ year-old girl’ could really be an older man.

https://archives.fbi.gov/archives/fun-games/kids/kids-safety

Explain why a password needs to be kept secret.

 

Teacher Discussion

Discuss the importance of being a responsible citizen when using technology.

 

Common Sense Media, Faux Paws (ikeepsafe)

Use internet safety skills.

 

Common Sense Media, Faux Paws (ikeepsafe)

Respect other people's point of view and ideas when completing a class project.

 

Common Sense Media, Faux Paws (ikeepsafe)

Explain why computers and/or other technologies are used for learning.

 

Teacher Discussion

Compare and contrast the critical attributes of bullying (real world and virtual world).

 

Common Sense Media, Faux Paws (ikeepsafe)

Understand the procedures of how to report cyberbullying.

 

Common Sense Media, Faux Paws (ikeepsafe)

 

STANDARD SIX

  • ISTE/NETS: Technology Operations and Concepts
  • Big Idea: Information, Communication and Productivity

Students will be introduced to and practice:

 

Resources and Activities

Distinguish between hardware and software.

Identify basic computer parts

www.abcya.com Computer Vocabulary

Describe and demonstrate proper care of equipment (e.g., keep, food, drinks, and magnets away from equipment, clean hands, not writing on equipment).

 

 

Students will be introduced to and practice:

APPLICATIONS

 

 

Create products for content area assignments using appropriate technology

 

 

Follow on-screen directions.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Use proofreading and electronic editing skills.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Start up and shut down computer.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Log on/in.

Ctrl+Alt+Del, User ID/Password

Teacher Demonstration

Select an item from a toolbar.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Select an item from the menu bar.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Open applications (e.g., File Menu: Open, Start Menu: Program Files).

 

Teacher Demonstration

Close document, leaving application open.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Save with assistance.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Open a new document.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Print with assistance.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Print documents.

 

Teacher Demonstration

Students will be introduced to and practice:

REMOVABLE MEDIA

 

Resources and Activities

Care and Handling:

Compact Disc, Digital Video Disc, and Data Disk

Teacher Demonstration

 

Load correctly.

Teacher Demonstration

 

Remove correctly.

Teacher Demonstration

 

Explain the use of a Disk, CD and the use of a DVD.

Teacher Demonstration

Students will be introduced to and practice:

FILES

 

 

Navigate to open a file from different sources.

Application, Disk, CD, Desktop

Teacher Demonstration

Save documents

 

Teacher Demonstration

Use basic troubleshooting techniques.

Determine if all equipment is turned on and plugged in.

Teacher Demonstration

 

Check mouse connection.

Teacher Demonstration

 

Check keyboard connection.

Teacher Demonstration

 

Check plugs/cables (plug in both ends; check for loose plugs).

Teacher Demonstration

Print with options.

Print a specific page.

Teacher Demonstration

 

Print a specific number of copies.

Teacher Demonstration