Input and Output Devices for the Computer

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Input and Output Devices for the Computer by Mind Map: Input and Output Devices for the Computer

1. Both input and output devices work together to insure that information is received and sent from the computer. Imagine a computer without input and output devices would people use it as much? They interact together so that we can use the computer by doing documents or reports, listen to instructions without interrupting others.

1.1. Products

1.2. Partner

1.3. Audiences

1.4. Authority

2. Input devices

2.1. Input devices can send information to the computer but cannot recieve information from the computer

2.1.1. Keyboards; are used to enter information into the computer. Many learners and teacher use the keyboard for various task. This device is important to the computer because this is one of the most popular ways to transfer information by typing.

2.2. Benefits: learners are able to type reports and documents with ability to use commands such as spell check and grammar to check for errors. The keyboard allows to learners to input vital information as well as the teacher.

2.3. Challenges: learns and teacher both need to understand the use of the keyboard is not a toy. Learning the function of the keyboard can be hard for younger children and older adults. If the keyboard is used improperly it can lead to repetitive stress injuries

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3. Challenges

3.1. It will be hard to incorporate this into a lesson plan because some studies will listen other things instead of what they should be listening too.

3.2. It may be hard for the instructor to know when students are not understand the objective.

4. Output Devices

4.1. Input devices send information to the computer, but can not receive information from the computer.

4.2. Device: Headphones

4.3. This device allows users to interact with the computer.

5. Benefits

5.1. Students can listen to instructions and follow along at their own pace. It is good for those who are not fast learners as other students because teachers do not have to sound like a scratch record. Learners can go back to directions without slowing down the learning process of other students.