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Holy Child Colleges of Butuan

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2 St., Guingona Subd., Butuan City

Syllabus

I – Course No.: IT 102


II – Course Title: Computer Fundamental and Programming
III – Course Description: This course is basically an orientation on computer programming. This course will
be composed of the three major topics: MS Word, MS Excel and computer programming
using Turbo C.

Pre-Requisite:

IV – Course Objectives: At the end of the semester, the students are expected to:

1. understand the role of computer programmers in society


2. Have a basic understanding of how computers work
3. understand and use the basic futures of MS word and Excel
4. Develop a good programming practices at the same time develop their analytical skills
5. Solve solutions to simple real world applications through programs that they create on their
own
6. Use different techniques in solving programming problems

V – Course Requirements: the course methodology will include, class discussion, quizzes, exams and
laboratory exercises.
VI – Course Content:

Topic Objectives Activities Time Evaluation


allotment
(Hrs)
 The Age of  Identify and describe the uses of the
information computer
 History of  Define information technology  Lectures
computers and discussion 1 week  Qui
 Identify the basic components of a
 What is information computer system, input, processing, output and  Recitatio z
technology? storage. n
 Overview of  List some common input, output and
hardware and software storage media
 Distinguish data from information
 Become familiar with the various
classifications of computers
 Differentiate between system software
and application software
 Appreciate the variety of available
software
 Learn the functions of available
software
 Learn the functions of various computer
people

 Hardware  Identify the components of the central  Lectures


processing Unit and how they work together and and discussion 1/2 Week  Qui
interact with memory  Recitatio z
 Describe how programming instructions n
are executed by the computer
 Understand how data is represented in
the computer
 Describe computer finds instruction and
data
 Become Acquainted with personal computer
chips
Sotware  Understand the common system software
concepts
1/2 Week
 Understand the different types of
Lecture  Qui
software
Reporting z
 Detail the purpose and objectives of
operating system Class Discussion
 Understand the relationship between
computers and programming languages
 Distinguish between several different
types of programming languages

 Microsoft Windows  Explore the windows environment and Lecture


become comfortable in using the operating Demonstration 1/2 Week  Qui
system Class forum z
 Differentiate between files and folders
 Be able to create folders
 Microsoft Word  Be acquainted with the different parts Lecture
of the Microsoft word screen Demonstration 4 Week  Qui
 Create simple to advance word documents Class Discussion z
 Be able to select words and paragraphs Assignments  Lab
 Introduce drag –drop technique oratory
 Be able to copy and move object in a  Exe
document rcises
 Appreciate the aesthetic need for
graphics in documents
 Be able to change text size, fonts and
colors
 Be able to use word arts and clip arts
 Be able to insert and edit a picture
 Be able to create page header and
footers
 Be able to set paragraph alignment and
spacing
 Be able to set tabs, margins and paper
sizes
 Be able to create a numbered or bulleted
list
 Be able to create and format tables
 Be able to print documents
 Microsoft Excel  Be acquainted with the different parts
of the Microsoft excel screen
 differentiate workbook from worksheet  Lectures
 be able to change the formatting of and
demonstration 6 weeks  Qui
cells such as font color, font size and
borders.  Class z
 Be able to create simple formulas forum  Lab
 Assignmen oratory
 Be able to create different types of
charts t  Exe
rcises
 Be able to format and print worksheet
 Be able to use built in functions
 Computer  Recognize the existence of different
Programming data types  Lectures
 Understand the role of variable as  Board 6 weeks  Han
placeholder for data values works ds on
 Specify simple computation through the  Written  Wri
use of arithmetic expressions exercises tten
 Understand the process of numeric  Assignmen  Lab
conversion t oratory
 Declare variables in program exercise
s

 Operators and  Differentiate between statement and


expression expression
 Understand that statement can be  Lectures 6 weeks  Han
collected into blocks  Board ds on
 Be familiar with relational and logical works  Wri
operators  Written tten
 Manipulate Boolean data and to exercises  Lab
appreciate its importance  Assignmen oratory
 Create expression or statements that t exercise
uses some common C library function s

 Data input and  Use library functions for simple input


output and output
 Create interactive or conversation
programs
 Understand how to use formatting
features of print
 Writing output data – the print function
 Compiling and executing a program
 Controls statements  Create if and if else statements in a
program
 Create while, do –while, and for
statements in a program
 Decide when to use these statements in a
program
 Differentiate if-then and switch
statement

VII – Grading System:

Major Exam (Prelim, Midterm, Pre-Final and Final) 60%


Participation (quizzes, oral, projects and assignment etc.) 30%
Attendance 10%
VIII - References:

Basic Concept of Microsoft Office Turbo C/C++ the complete reference


Hirata, Evaneline, Manila, Hyperbit International Inc. 2003 Second Edition
By Herbert Schilt
Running Microsoft Word 2000 @2002 MCGraw –Hill Incorporated
Borland, Russell, Microsoft press, 2000

Running Microsoft Excel 2000 Using C


Dodge, Mark Kinata, Chris and Stinson, Craig, Microsoft by Lee Atkinson and Mark Atkinson
Press 2000 @ 2000 Que Corporation

C by Dissection C for Scientists and Engineers


Third Edition International Edition
By Al Kelley and Ira Pohl By Richard Johnsonbaugh and Martin Kalin
@ 2000 Addition-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc. @ 2000 Prentice – hall, Inc.

Prepared by: Approved by:

Meljun Cortes,MBA,MPA,BSCS,ACS Engr. Val Quimno


IT Program Head Dean of CIT