WELCOME TO THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR 2016 - 2017 THE "O" YEAR

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS AND TOPICS FOR THE FIRST TERM

 

COGNITIVOS

• Realiza operaciones básicas con hojas de cálculo (insertar, nombrar, seleccionar, eliminar, duplicar, mover, inmovilizar, ocultar, operaciones con fórmulas y funciones básicas, gráficos que representen datos).

 

• Identifica que es ergonomía.

 

• Reconoce la Importancia de la caducidad de los productos de consumo humano y animal e identifica pautas para el almacenamiento y manipulación de sustancias y productos en el hogar y la escuela

 

• Representa estructuras naturales y artificiales por medio de la perspectiva.

 

• Reconoce la Importancia del uso de artefactos tecnológicos para solucionar problemas del entorno que afecten la salud

 

• Conoce los artefactos tecnológicos de la escuela y el hogar y la accidentalidad en el uso y manipulación de artefactos. 

 

PERSONAL

• Demuestra interés, voluntad, autodisciplina y constancia en el mejoramiento de su desempeño escolar, evidenciándolo en la alta calidad de sus producciones escolares.

 

SOCIAL 

• Reconoce la importancia del trabajo en equipo para la construcción y desarrollo del proyecto de aula, a través de las actividades planteadas para la ejecución del mismo.

 


TOPICS 

INFORMÁTIC

•Excel

  -Excel graphic overlay

  -Basic operations with Excel.

  - insert, name, select, duplicte, move, unmove, hyde.

  - formulations and basic functions

  - Data graphics

 

• Ergonomics.

 

TECHNOLOGY

• Importance of the product expiration of human and animal consumption.

• Guidelines for storage and handling of substances and products at home and school

• Perspective

• The accidentality in the use and manipulation of devices

• Estructures: Natural structures and artificial structures.

• The importance of using of technological devices to solve problems that affect health

• Technological devices in my school

• Technological devices in my home

• Technological devices and its users.

 


ERGONOMIC (COMPUTER ERGONOMICS)

Ergonomics, also known as comfort design, functional design, and systems, is the practice of designing products, systems, or processes to take proper account of the interaction between them and the people who use them.

 

Rules for computer ergonomics

 

1- use a good chair with a dynamic chair back and sit back in this

2- top of monitor above eye level 

3-no glare on screen, use an optical glass anti-glare filter where needed

4-sit at arm’s length from monitor

5- feet on floor  

6- use a document holder, preferably in-line with the computer screen

7-wrists flat and straight in relation to forearms to use keyboard/mouse/input device

8- arms and elbows relaxed close to body 

9- center monitor and keyboard in front of you 

10- use a stable work surface and stable (no bounce) keyboard tray  

11- take frequent short breaks (microbreaks)



Importance of the product expiration of human and animal consumption and Guidelines for storage and handling of substances and products at home and school

Shelf life (Vida util)

The shelf life of a food (or product) indicates the time from its preparation to its deterioration. Factors like the temperature, the light, or the oxygen can vary this time.

 



PERSPECTIVE

The perspective is defined as the art of representing objects in the form and arrangement with which appear in sight. Also, as the set of objects that are displayed from the point of view of the viewer.

 

Main elements of perspective

 

Parallel lines are next to each other and, although they continue in a plane, they never meet.

Oblique lines are lines starting from different points next to each other, but in its route will meet at some point.

Converging lines, start in different parts to then meet at a point.

- Divergent lines start from the same point in different directions.

 



VIDEO EXPLANATION  -  STOP GAME IN EXCEL


THE STRUCTURES

"A structure is a set of elements connected together, with the mission of supporting the forces acting on them."

 

Natural structures: natural structures are created from the Earth's natural forces or through the efforts of animals not made by humans, including things like beehives, rock arches, canyons, eggshells, bird's nests, coral reefs and naturally formed caves.

 

Artificial structures: Artificial structures have been designed and built by man to satisfy his needs. The most common examples of such structures are the bridges and buildings, but can be found in most man-made objects