Welcome to the Computer Lab Richmond Hill Elementary School
The person speaking to you now is: • Mr. Barnes • Mrs. Agnello • Mrs. Hagan
What is Mrs. Hagan’s job? • She is the Principal. • She is the Technology Resource Teacher. • She is the computer teacher.
What does a Technology Resource Teacher do? • Teaches all the computer classes. • Teaches the teachers. • Fixes computers and printers. • Works on the school’s web site. • Helps in the lab. • Orders equipment and ink.
No, she only teaches when your teacher asks her to do this. Your teacher is the one who teaches your class in the lab.
When you come to the lab • Stop at the door and wait for your teacher or Mrs. Hagan to invite you in. • Walk quietly to your assigned seat and sit down. • Keep your hands in your lap until you have received instructions.
Each computer has a number. Always sit in the seat that your teacher assigned to you.
All the parts of the computer are called: • the work station • the play station • the machine
You’re right. It is called a work station where you will work on the computer.
This part is called: • the brains • the CPU or computer • the monitor
You’re right. It can be called the computer or the central processing unit.
This part that looks like a television is called: • a computer • a TV • a monitor
This part of the monitor is called: • the screen • the desktop • the window
The pictures on the desktop are called: • ions • pictures • icons
You’re right. They are called icons which we use to open programs or files.
The small arrow that moves around the desktop is called: • a cursor • an arrow
You’re right. It is called a cursor. It helps us choose the programs or files we want to open.
This part of the computer is called: • the keyboard • the keys
You’re right. The keyboard helps us put information into the computer.
This is called a mouse. It has this name because: • it runs around the table like a mouse • it makes the cursor on the screen move like a mouse • it looks like a mouse