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SS3 First Term Computer Science Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS3 First Term Computer Science Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Week 1-2: Introduction to Computer Science

Lesson Note:


Overview of Computer Science

History and Evolution of Computers

Basic Computer Hardware and Software

Scheme of Work:


Introduction to the course

Classroom discussions on the significance of computer science

Practical session: Basic computer components identification

Week 3-4: Programming Fundamentals

Lesson Note:


Introduction to Programming

Basic Algorithm Design

Coding Principles

Scheme of Work:


Classroom discussions on the importance of programming

Practical coding exercises

Group activities to design simple algorithms

Week 5-6: Operating Systems

Lesson Note:


Understanding Operating Systems

Functions and Features of OS

Popular Operating Systems

Scheme of Work:


Lectures on different operating systems

Practical session on OS navigation

Group discussions on OS functions and features

Week 7-8: Networks and Communication

Lesson Note:


Basics of Computer Networks

Types of Networks

Internet and World Wide Web

Scheme of Work:


Classroom discussions on networking concepts

Group projects on creating a simple network

Internet usage and safety workshop

Week 9-10: Data and Databases

Lesson Note:


Introduction to Data

Database Management Systems

Data Security and Integrity

Scheme of Work:


Lectures on data and databases

Practical exercises on creating and querying databases

Group projects on data security measures

Week 11: Revision Week



Review of all topics covered

Practice quizzes and discussions

Clarification of doubts

Week 12: Examination Week



Written examination based on the topics covered

Practical coding test

Oral examination for understanding and application

Week 13: School Dismissal Week



Recap of the course

Distribution of results and feedback

Closing remarks and encouragement for further exploration in computer science.

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