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I will make a website about computers this will include issues on hardware and software

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COURSEWORK 1A HARDWARE & SOFTWARE Name: Shayaz Miah Candidate No: Centre No: 15223 CHALLNEY HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS 1. Introduction I will make a website about computers this will include issues on hardware and software. It will be aimed at people new to computers and people who would like to know basic things. I will put on my website how to use a simple word processing program. There will be videos and some audio and graphics and text. I will also explain simple meanings of words e.g. RAM, GHZ, MHZ. There will be a section also showing the inside bits of the computers. 2. Collecting Information For the Task Key Skill 1 Find different types of information from IT sources and non-IT sources * I will get pictures, videos, some audio & text mostly from the Internet because it has an adequate amount; I also may get some images & text from magazines and books these will be my non-it. Key Skill 13 Identify suitable sources of information * I have searched on the internet for information there is a screen dump below of me searching for information on the search engine google. Example 1 I need to find a picture suitable for my front cover/home page * A suitable picture can easily be obtained from a magazine there and then be scanned in there is a picture below of a picture that has been scanned in which can be used for my front page. ...read more.

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Consider that your presentation can be broken down into at least two or preferably three sections. These will be a front cover, home page or introduction the main body of your presentation a back cover, The layout on these pages will be different. * You need to say why the layout for the front cover is appropriate for the front cover and not the back and why what you have done on the back cover is appropriate for the back cover and not the front for example Key Skill 20 Select and use appropriate layouts for presenting combined information * You must demonstrate that you have used appropriate layouts such as sensible margins on the page and sensible gaps around the pictures, subheadings with borders for images and use of appropriately sized tables, different fonts for page numbers and the combination of text and borders for the back and front cover. * You will have to write about you layout showing that this was a deliberate approach on your part rather than just an accident. * There is one major difference between this Key Skill and Key Skill 6. Because the reference this time is to combined information, you must write about those layouts which include combined information i.e. not just purely text or a graphic on its own but those layouts which have both of them (a border around the text is a graphic). * Give a screenshot of a page and write about all the features on the page and why they have a particular format. ...read more.

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3 Enter and bring in information using formats that help development 16 Enter and bring together information using formats that help development 4 Explore information 17 Explore information as needed for your purpose 5 Develop information in the form of text, images and numbers 18 Develop information in the form of text, images and numbers 19 Derive new information 6 Use appropriate layouts for presenting different types of information, including text, images and numbers 20 Select and use appropriate layouts for presenting combined information 7 Present information in a consistent way 21 Present information in a consistent way 8 Develop the presentation to meet your purpose 22 Develop the presentation to suit your purpose and types of information including text, images and numbers 9 Make sure your work is accurate and clear 23 Ensure your work is accurate and clear and is saved appropriately 10 Save information so it can be found easily 11 Demonstrate knowledge of how IT can help you in your work and be able to compare your use of IT with other methods 24 The advantages and disadvantages of using IT 25 When it is necessary to observe copyright or confidentiality 26 How to identify errors and their causes 27 How to minimise risks from viruses 12 Work safely and take care of equipment, avoid losing information and know how to get help when dealing with errors 28 How to work safely and minimise health risks Total (12) Total (16) Grand total (28) GCSE ICT Project 1A Name: Shayaz Miah Candidate No. Centre No: 15223 Page: 2 ...read more.

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