Topic: Word perfect, word star and Corel word perfect
Reference: Computer studies for primary schools book 6
Previous knowledge: Pupils are familiar with word processing.
Objective: At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to:
Word perfect is a proprietary word processing application, now owned by Corel. Bruce Bastian, Dr Alan Ashton, joined forces to design a word processing system for 1979. They kept the rights to the word perfect software they designed for Orem and decided to market it through their own company.
Word star is a word processor application published by micro-pro international, originally written for the CPLIM operating system but later ported to DOS, which enjoyed a dominant market share during the early to mid-1980s. It was a text-based word processing program which made files relatively small. By contrast, most word processors today are code-based and save their document in much larger files.
Corel word perfect is a word processing software that resulted from the buy over of word perfect by Corel company.
Since its acquisition by Corel, it has officially known as Corel word perfect.
Step I: Teacher revises previous lesson with pupils
Step II: Teacher introduces and explain new topic to pupils
Step III: Pupils are allowed to ask questions
Step IV: Teacher writes note on the boards for pupils
Conclusion: Teacher moves round for inspection, marking and correction of notes where necessary.
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