THE BRITISH CO-ED HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR SCHOOL
 
 
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  INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  
 
ICT is technology that supports activities involving information. Such activities include gathering, processing, storing and presenting data.

At The British Co-ed High school we emphasize on developing data handling and creative skills. Students learn to develop their knowledge and logical ability under ICT.

The curriculum includes the development of information from data, use of new technologies, creating and handling web pages and presenting data in various forms. Under ICT, students are given various projects to develop their knowledge, skills and imagination in the fields of data handling, storage, retrieval and manipulation. Information Technology is taught in a well-equipped and networked computer lab.
 
  Key skills:  
 
To enhance the functionality of computer tools.
To improve logical skills.
Presentation of ideas in an effective way.
Web page designing.
 
   
 
Year 5 : Students learn MS Paint and MS Word along with tools and applications. Students design projects given in their textbooks, and in MS Word students are encouraged to improve their typing skills in addition to the formatting of text and inserting pictures.
Year 6 : Students develop data manipulation skills - retrieval of data, manipulating the data, organizing, storing and presenting it in effective ways. Besides MS Excel and MS PowerPoint, students learn to animate data and create slide shows.
Year 7 : Students create web pages in HTML: they are taught the basics of creating web pages, moving text and images, adding images, image hyperlinks etc. and linking web pages together.
Year 8 Students learn computer ethics as well as internet and programming concepts. They develop skills in thinking, problem solving and creating logic using various flow chart symbols.
Year 9 & 10 Students have the option to choose Computer Applications, where they learn Java Programming under the Integrated Development Environment.
 
     
  Assessment:  
  Students are given practical projects throughout the year.  
 
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