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Troubleshooting and Managing Digital Files Mini Unit

$3.50

Do your students need to learn about basic computer troubleshooting and managing their digital files? This mini 3 lesson unit will teach your middle school students everything they need to be able to start the troubleshooting process when things go wrong.

The 3 lessons include:

Basic Troubleshooting Techniques

Keyboard Shortcuts

Working with Digital Files

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Troubleshooting and Managing Digital Files Mini Unit

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Do your students need to learn about basic computer troubleshooting and managing their digital files? This mini 3 lesson unit will teach your middle school students everything they need to be able to start the troubleshooting process when things go wrong.

The 3 lessons include:

Basic Troubleshooting Techniques

Keyboard Shortcuts

Working with Digital Files

This resource is digital worksheets with questions to answer about these topics. Each worksheet links to an online interactive learning module, where students can find the answers to the questions. Each lesson should take between 30-45 minutes for a student to complete. This is ideal for a computer lab teacher or media specialist who has access to a class set of computers. If you’re a classroom teacher, check out the laptop cart or sign up for the computer lab.

This is a mini unit on troubleshooting and managing digital files, and you will have an assessment piece for each lesson. The questions included are “right there” questions, with a few higher order thinking questions sprinkled in. Students can move through the learning modules and find the answers easily. By the end of the unit, they will know specific answers to questions like “What is the first thing you can try if the sound isn’t working on your computer?” The download also includes an editable rubric and standards alignment page.

I use these with middle grade students (6-8). Depending on background experience and expectations, they could be useful for several grade levels of students.

I DO allow these Word documents (digital worksheets) to be uploaded to a password protected page of a teacher website or onto a learning management system like Edmodo, that requires students to log in to access. These worksheets aren’t cute or exciting, but they get the job done. When the lesson is done, students can print the worksheet or save it to their file (I recommend saving even if they do print).

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