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Republic of the Philippines ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY Cauayan Campus Cauayan City, Isabela COLLEGE OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Course Syllabus in COMP SCI 30 COMPUTER SCIENCE FUNDAMENTALS First Semester School Year 2011-2012 I. COURSE NUMBER:COMP SCI 30 II. COURSE TITLE:COMPUTER SCIENCE FUNDAMENTALS III. COURSE DESCRIPTION:This course provides an overview of computers, number systems, data types and representations, digital logic systems, assembly and machine language, compilers and translators, operating systems, and internetworking. IV. CREDIT UNITS:3 Units V.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITE:None VI. COURSE OBJECTIVES:At the end of this course, the student should be able to: * identify the basic components of a computer system; * know the arithmetic operations on number systems; * understand how different data types are represented; * understand the basics of digital logic systems; * identify the different levels of programming and functions of operating system; and * know concepts of data communication and internet issues. COURSE SYLLABUS IN COMP SCI 30– COMPUTER SCIENCE FUNDAMENTALS SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES| COURSE CONTENT| TIME ALLOT. TEACHING STRATEGIES| MATERIALS USED| EVALUATIVE MEASURES| VALUES| INPUT| To review the students of the university vision and mission and program goals and objectives| * University Vision and Mission * Program Goals and Objectives| 1 hour| * Discussion * Drill and Practice| * Printed Copies * Presentation| * Quiz * Recitation| * Information Update * Open-mindedness| | * To discuss the History of Computers * To determine different types of Computer Hardware * To identify and discuss Computer software * To distinguish different desktop icons * To operate shortcut keys and commands| Lecture * History of Computers * Computer Hardware * Computer SoftwareLaboratory * Starting OS environment * Different desktop icons * Functions and uses of different desktop icons * Shortcut keys and commands| 20 hours9 hours| * Laboratory Groups * Homework * Demonstrations * Drill and Practice * Discussion | * Presentation * White Board and a Marker * Computers| * Quizzes (Lecture and Laboratory) * Recitation * Examination * Homework| * Attentiveness * Cooperation * Patience * Initiative * Critical Thinking * Creativeness| | * To discuss The Number System * To further discuss the Number System Conversion * To discuss further * To discuss the binary of operations * To make use of MS Word Toolbar * To operate MS Word * To create, save, edit a Document * To format texts in a document * To make use of Zooms in MS Word * To modify page numbers, page set up and headers and footers * To insert borders and shading, tables, images, chart and diagrams| Midterm:LectureIntroduction to Number System * Number System Conversion * Number System OperationsLaboratoryStarting MS Word *

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Closing a Document and Exiting Word * Using the Word Toolbars * Zooming in or Out of a Document * Using Copy, Paste, Cut and Move Text * Creating a Document * Saving a Document * Managing Folders * Locating and Opening an Existing Document * Formatting the Font * Highlighting the text * Inserting Symbols and Special Characters * Aligning Paragraphs * Working with Tabs * Applying Borders and Shading * Adding Bullets and Numbering * Creating and Using Newspaper Columns * Inserting and Modifying Page Numbers * Creating and Modifying Headers and Footers * Using Page Setup * Using the Print Preview * Printing a Document * Creating Tables * Adding Borders and shading to tables * Revising and Modifying tables * Drawing Objects * Adding a text box * Inserting a WordArt Object * Inserting Images * Creating a chart * Inserting Diagrams| 20 hours30 hours| * Laboratory Groups * Homework * Demonstrations * Drill and Practice * Discussion | * Presentation * White Board and a Marker * Computers| * Quizzes (Lecture and Laboratory) * Recitation * Examination * Homework| * Attentiveness * Cooperation * Patience * Initiative * Critical Thinking * Creativeness| | * To introduce the concepts of Digital Logic and Programming Languages * To define and differentiate compilers from translators, assembly from machine language * To identify the different programming languages and operating systems. * To discuss the World Wide Web and data communication. To enumerate different Excel components * To differentiate MS Excel Formulas and Functions * To operate MS Excel * To create a workbook * To demonstrate how to save, open, and close a workbook * To insert and delete rows and columns * To make use of Fill series and Auto Fill * To create charts * To demonstrate how to print a spreadsheets| Finals:LectureIntroduction to concepts of Digital Logic and Programming Languages * Logic Operations and Gates * Boolean Functions * Definitions and uses of: * Compilers and Translators * Assembly and Machine Language * Programming Languages * Operating SystemsInternet * History of Internet * The World Wide WebComputers and the InternetLaboratoryStarting Microsoft Excel * Creating, Saving and pening Workbook * Editing Commands * inserting and deleting worksheets * Renaming Worksheets * Moving and copying Worksheets * Inserting and Deleting Rows and Columns * Splitting and Freezing a Window * Fill Series and Auto Fill * Calculation and Formulas * Formatting Data Types * Creating Charts * Printing Spreadsheets| 12 hours30 hours| * Laboratory Groups * Homework * Demonstrations * Drill and Practice * Discussion | * Presentation * White Board and a Marker * Computers| * Quizzes (Lecture and Laboratory) * Recitation * Examination * Homework| * Attentiveness * Cooperation * Patience * Initiative * Critical Thinking * Creativeness| | Schedule of Examinations:Prelim: Midterm: Final: VII. REFERENCES: Books: * Albano, Gisela May A. , Atole, Ronnel R. , Ariola, Rose Joy Y. ,(2003). Introduction to Information Technology. Philipines: Trinitas Publishing Inc. * Leon, Alexis and Leon, Matthews (2004). Introduction to Computers. Sampaloc, Philippines: Rex Book Store. Inc. * Osilaja, Tokundo Michael. (2003). The Computer Knowledge Book. Metro Manila, Philippines: KYA Corporation. Minhas, Davinder Singh. (2005). MS Office Application. New Delhi. New Dawn Press Group. Computer Software: * (2003/2007). Microsoft Office Suite 2003, Microsoft Corporation. Internet: * (2006). Microsoft Word XP Tutorial 2003/2002. Retrieve June 16, 2009, from Baycon Group. Website: http://www. baycongroup. com/wlesson0. htm. * (2007). Microsoft Excel. Retrieved June 16, 2009, from Function X Inc. Website: http;//www. functionx. com/excel/ * (2006). Microsoft Office XP Microsoft Excel Tutorial 2003/2002 Retrieve June 16, 2007. from Baycon Group. Website: http://www. baycongroup. com/el). htm * Weiser, Jeri. (2007). Microsoft Word 2003.

Retrieved June 17, 2009, from University of Wisconsin – Eua Claire, LTS Online Help Documentation. Website: http://www. uwec. edu/help/word03. htm. VIII. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: The students are expected to: a. Pass all requirements and computer programs b. Attend 80% of total contact hours for the course c. Take and pass quizzes, midterm & final examination d. Take and pass laboratory examinations e. Submit required laboratory exercises and projects f. Participate in class discussions 1. 00—–98 – 100 1. 25—–95 – 97 1. 50—–92 – 94 1. 75—–89 – 91 2. 00—–86 – 88 2. 25—–83 – 85 2. 50—–80 – 82 2. 75—–77 – 79 3. 00—–75 – 76 Passed 4. 0—–70 – 74 Conditional 5. 00—–Below 70 Failure IX. GRADING SYSTEM: LECTURE60%LABORATORY40% A. Class StandingA. Attendance10% Attendance5 %B. Attitude10% Attitude5 %C. Laboratory Exercises10% Assignment5 % C. Laboratory Quizzes20% Recitation5 %D. Midterm Laboratory Exam25% Projects10%E. Final Laboratory Exam25% Quizzes/Prelim Exam20%100% B. Midterm Examination25% RAW GRADE = (LECTURE * . 60) + (LABORATORY * 0. 40) C. Final Examination25% TOTAL GRADE = (RAW GRADE * 0. 625) + 37. 5 100% Submitted by:| Approved by:| Noted by:| RYANNE NERY P. BACUDIT Instructor| JESUS M. LINDOProgram Chair, BSCS| Dr. MARY JANE S. BITANGADean, CCIT| COURSE OUTLINE University Vision and Mission * Program Goals and Objectives| Lecture * Overview of Software Application * Types of Software Application * Uses and characteristics of Software ApplicationLaboratory * Starting OS environment * Different desktop icons * Functions and uses of different desktop icons * Shortcut keys and commands| LectureWord Processing * What is Word Processing * Word Processing Software * Overview of Microsoft Word:- MS Word Screen Layout- MS Word Toolbar- MS Word Basic Features- Different MS Word Views – Managing Files – Working With Texts – Working with Paragraphs – Working with tables – Drawing and Working with ObjectsLaboratoryStarting MS Word * Closing a Document and Exiting Word * Using the Word Toolbars * Zooming in or Out of a Document * Using Copy, Paste, Cut and Move Text * Creating a Document * Saving a Document * Managing Folders * Locating and Opening an Existing Document * Formatting the Font * Highlighting the text * Inserting Symbols and Special Characters * Aligning Paragraphs * Working with Tabs * Applying Borders and Shading * Adding Bullets and Numbering * Creating and Using Newspaper Columns * Inserting and Modifying Page Numbers * Creating and Modifying Headers and Footers * Using Page Setup * Using the Print Preview * Printing a Document * Creating Tables * Adding Borders and shading to tables * Revising and Modifying tables * Drawing Objects * Adding a text box *

Inserting a WordArt Object * Inserting Images * Creating a chart * Inserting Diagrams| LectureSpreadsheets * What is an Electronic Spreadsheet * Spreadsheet Software * Overview of Microsoft Excel * Excel Components * Different Formulas and FunctionsLaboratoryStarting Microsoft Excel * Creating, Saving and opening Workbook * Editing Commands * inserting and deleting worksheets * Renaming Worksheets * Moving and copying Worksheets * Inserting and Deleting Rows and Columns * Splitting and Freezing a Window * Fill Series and Auto Fill * Calculation and Formulas * Formatting Data Types * Creating Charts * Printing Spreadsheets| LecturePresentation * What is a graphic Presentation * Graphic Presentation Software * Overview of Microsoft PowerPoint- MS PowerPoint Screen Layout- MS PowerPoint Toolbar- MS PowerPoint Basic Features-Different MS PowerPoint ViewsLaboratory * Starting MS PowerPoint * Creating A presentation * Using Auto Content Wizard * Creating A Blank Presentation * Editing an Existing Presentation * Saving and Opening a Presentation * Formatting a Presentation * Inserting a Pictures and Charts in Presentation * Adding Graphics * Viewing a Slideshow * Printing a Slide Show|

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