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IC³ Global Standard 4 (GS4) Spanish

IC³ Global Standard 4 (GS4) Spanish

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IC³ Global Standard 4 (GS4) Spanish

3 Sessions -
10 Hours of Interactive Training

Bridge your digital divide with LearKey's new Spanish IC³ Global Standard 4 (GS4). This course allows Spanish speaking students to learn computing skills by hearing their native language while seeing computer terms in English. The course teaches important skills for competency in computing fundamentals (hardware, software, and using an operating system), key applications (common program functions, word processing, and spreadsheet functions) and living online (networks and the Internet, email, and the impact of computing on society). In addition to the IC³ core standards, this course also covers material related to the ICT curriculum.

Benefits
  • Be prepared to pass the IC³ GS4 exam
  • Gain confidence to use the latest technology in computers
  • Be competent in the use of a computer from starting it up to using software and sending emails

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Session 1

Section A: Introduction

  • IC3 Overview

Section B: Getting Started

  • Course Description
  • Software vs. Hardware
  • Types of Devices
  • Terminology Basics

Section C: Hardware Basics

  • Internal Hardware
  • I/O Ports
  • Input Devices
  • Output Devices
  • Storage Devices

Section D: Ergonomics

  • Computer Position
  • Introduction to Keyboarding
  • Proper Keyboarding Techniques
  • Keyboard Tour
  • Portable Devices
  • Keyboarding Close

Section E: Operating Systems

  • OS Basics
  • Common Desktop Operating Systems
  • Common Mobile Operating Systems
  • Common Operating System Features

Section F: File Management and Manipulation

  • Directories and Folders
  • File Management Tasks
  • File Management Basics
  • Formatting Data within Files
  • File Naming Conventions
  • Common File Extensions
  • Desktop Customization
  • Print Basics

Section G: Software Concepts

  • Software Basics
  • Licensing
  • Software Considerations
  • User Accounts and Rights

Section H: Troubleshooting

  • Software and Operating Systems
  • Backup and Restore
  • Hardware
  • Devices and Peripherals

Session 2

Section A: Word Processing

  • Page Layout
  • Formatting Paragraphs
  • Headers and Footers
  • Formatting Text
  • Styles
  • Editing Text
  • Outlines and Lists
  • Working with Objects
  • Document Extras
  • Translation
  • Editing
  • Printing Options

Section B: Spreadsheets

  • Spreadsheet Basics
  • Formatting
  • Rows and Columns
  • Cells
  • Formulas
  • Tables
  • Charts and Graphs
  • Additional Features

Section C: Databases

  • Database Basics
  • Working with Databases
  • Datasheet View
  • Sorting and Deleting Records
  • Running Queries and Reports
  • Exporting Data

Section D: Presentation Software

  • Presentation Basics
  • Working with Slides
  • Formatting Content
  • Adding Slide Content

Section E: Graphics Software

  • Graphics Software Basics
  • Image Formats
  • Graphics Terminology
  • Creating Images
  • Working with Premade Images
  • Legalities
  • Saving and Exporting

Section F: Video Software

  • Video Basics
  • Video Equipment
  • Editing Video
  • Exporting Video

Section G: Audio Software

  • Audio Basics
  • Working with Audio

Session 3

Section A: Web Basics

  • Web Page Construction
  • Internet vs. Intranet
  • GUI Authoring Tools
  • Web Authoring Tools
  • Basic HTML Tags
  • Web Considerations
  • Advanced Web Design

Section B: Collaborating Projects

  • Comments
  • Sharing Files

Section C: Understanding Networks

  • Network Basics
  • Network Devices
  • IP Addressing

Section D: The OSI Model

  • TCP/IP Basics
  • Network Protocols
  • The Transport Layer
  • The Network Layer
  • The Data-Link Layer
  • The Physical Layer
  • Network Connectivity
  • Troubleshooting Networks

Section E: Connections and Security

  • Terminology and Types
  • Internet Connection
  • Internet Security

Section F: Browsers

  • Browser Protocols
  • Navigation Tools
  • File Transfer Tools

Section G: Digital Citizenship

  • Communication Standard
  • Digital Communities
  • Social Networking Safe Practices

Section H: Digital Responsibilities

  • Cyberbullying
  • Sexting
  • Online Gaming
  • Digital Piracy
  • Spamming, Flaming, and Libel
  • Acceptable Use and Copyright

Section I: Digital Communication

  • E-mail
  • E-mail Components
  • Managing E-mail
  • Real-Time Communications
  • Audiovisual Communications
  • Telepresence

Section J: Internet Research

  • Using the Internet for Research
  • Searching
  • Evaluating Results
  • Standards for Evaluation

Section K: Online Security

  • Identity Protection
  • Data Protection
  • Viruses vs. Malware
  • Avoiding Risks