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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

LESSON PLAN

TEACHERS NAME: Carla Lewis

SUBJECT: CVQ Data Operations

DATE: Friday 30th October 2015

CLASS:

TIME:

Period 4

Syllabus:
Unit Title:
Lesson 1:

Form 4 Group ____

LENGTH OF PERIOD: 35

mins

Competency Standards for Data Operations


Operate a database application (basic)
Concept lesson

RESOURCES
Teacher Resources

Laptop, projector, video


Entity-Attribute sticker (13)

Student resources

Note book
Writing utensils

Database Worksheet (13)


Database Table Diagrams(13)
Bristol board cut outs (13)
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE - Students should:

Have basic reading and writing skills

OBJECTIVES

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Cognitive

Psychomotor

Affective

At the end of the lesson Form 4 students will:


1. Defend the need for databases as opposed
to traditional paper files (Evaluating)
2. Label different parts of a database table (Remembering)
3. List data types that can be stored in a database.
(Remembering)
ASSESSMENT STRATEGY with Objective
Cognitive

1. Defend the need for


databases as opposed
to traditional paper
files (Evaluating)
2. Label different parts of
a database table
(Remembering)

Assessment Strategy

Affective

Assessment Strategy

1. Database Worksheet
Question 1

2. Database table diagram

3. List data types that can


be stored in a
3. Database Worksheet
database.
Question 2
(Remembering)
Set Induction

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Teacher shows students a skit of a school office where data is stored using traditional methods
3 mins
Description of Teaching/Learning Activities:
Teacher Activities

Teacher invites students to discuss in


groups why databases make storing,
organizing and retrieving data more
efficient than traditional filing
methods.
Using the Bristol board cut outs
teacher will engage students in an
activity about the difference
between rows and columns.
- Everyone in the first row, raise
your hands
- Everyone in the second column
raise your hands
- What is the difference between a
row and a column?
Teacher will distribute the entityattribute sticker and ask students to
write an entity in the center
rectangle and then attributes about
that entity in the outer circles

Student Expected Activities

Intelligence
Est. time to
being developed
complete

Students will discuss ideas in groups


and write possible reasons on their
Database Worksheet

VL

5 mins

Students will participate in the activity

BK

2 mins

Students will participate in the activity

Students will participate in the activity

5 mins

BK

10 mins

Using one of the entities, the teacher


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and students will use its attributes to


name each column. Using the Bristol
board cutouts each column of
students will be asked to write an
example of the attribute. From there
teacher and students will look at
records, data types and primary key.

8 mins

Students will complete the


assessments given.

Teacher will distribute copies of


Database Table diagram and ask
students to complete this and
question 2 of the Database
Worksheet.

END OF LESSON ACTIVITIES


Closure to lesson: 2 mins
T.S. (Transition Statement):

In this lesson we learnt about the importance of databases and some of the important terms used.
B.S. (Bridging Statement):

In the next lesson, we will learn how to create a simple database


Multiple Intelligences
VS: Visual Spatial
VL: Verbal Linguistic
Inter: Interpersonal Intra: Intrapersonal BK: Body/ Kinesthetic
LM: Logic/Mathematical
M: Musical
N: Naturalistic
E: Existential

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