CS 5 Computer Literacy
Input, Process, Output, Storage
Chapter 2 in your book introduces you to the terms Input, Process, Output and Storage (IPOS). These four terms can be used as verbs and as nouns.
Used as verbs, IPOS represents the actions we take when we use a computer. When used as nouns, IPOS stands for the computer hardware components (mouse, microphone, etc.) we use to perform the actions.
Chapter 2 will also give you a look "under the hood" of personal computers. Topics such as bits, bytes, RAM vs. storage and data transfer ports are just some of the topics included in the chapter.
IPOS Questions Assignment
Click on the IPOS Assignment link below to download the file Ch2IPOSQuestions and save it to your computer's hard drive or to your flash drive. Use your notes from our classroom discussion and your reading of chapter 2 to complete the IPOS assignment.
Ch2IPOSQuestions is a Word file. After you save the file to your computer or flash drive, type your answers to the questions Ch2IPOSQuestions contains right into the the file. After you have completed the assignment, upload your file to the class drop box.
You can also click the link IPOS PowerPoint for a PowerPoint presentation that will help you answer the questions.
Click on the link below to go to the Tabs assignment page. Follow directions on the page to complete the Tabs assignment.