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Basics Technology Concepts in our classrooms

This presentation will be used in our computer basics training

Hakan Senturk

on 12 September 2011

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Basic technology concepts in our classroom 1. Hardware A. Laptop/Netbook B. Projector D. Speakers C. Internet Connection Speakers Remote Control 2. Software A. Windows Operating System B. Microsoft PowerPoint C. Internet Explorer/Firefox D. Video Software 3. Google A. Gmail B. Google Calendar C. Google Docs Laptop/Netbook Connections Ethernet Sockets
on the wall Ethernet Cable Internet Connection Power Projector Connection Usb Connections
for Peripherals Projector The Viking raids began in the late eighth century, primarily because of Denmark’s growing power. Danish kings began to extend their control to Sweden and Norway, and many local lords and landowners chose exile and a life of raiding rather than submit to Danish rule. Still, the Viking legacy goes beyond ruined villages. They “redistributed the wealth that was stored by the churches, kings, and landowners,” says Peter Sawyer of the University of Leeds. “They stole it, shared it out and spent it.” This circulation of money stimulated urban development from Kiev to Dublin as quiet villages turned into vibrant trading towns. “Contrary to the stereotype,” says Sawyer, the Vikings “were experienced actors on the international political stage, and this required more talents than brute force.” (a short sudden attack, usually by a small group of people) What do you know about the Vikings? The Vikings The Main Organization of
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Support 3 Concluding Sentence Paragraph How can we teach our classes ? A reading class? A writing class? Introduction to
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