TEJ3M/TEJ4M – February 5, 2016

I began the class today by telling the students that they were to hand in the assignments they were given yesterday titled “TEJ3M – Inside a Computer (Labeling Exercise)” and “TEJ4M – Hardware Terms Assignment” (see Feb 4 blog posting for further details).

I then told the students that we would be watching the first 20 minutes of a video called “PBS American Experience – Silicon Valley” which was accompanied by a worksheet.  The students were to fill in this worksheet and then hand it in after we had finished the video.  Once we finished the video, I told some of the students that they would have extra time to finish their assignment from yesterday if they needed it.  For those that were finished, I gave them the next assignment to work on titled “TEJ3M & TEJ4M – Basics of Semiconductor Memory Worksheet”.  This worksheet is to be accompanied with the presentation (attached below) and then filled in.  This worksheet is due on Mon Feb 8 at the start of class.

Below you will find a copies of the handouts/worksheets that were distributed/assigned in today’s class.

Feb 5 – PBS American Experience – Silicon Valley (Video) – Worksheet 1 (BLANK) (This is the worksheet I gave the students related to the video I showed in class today.  The video can be found in the hand-out folder on the school network.)

Feb 5 – TEJ3M & TEJ4M – Basics of Semiconductor Memory Worksheet (due at the start of Monday’s class Feb 8)

Feb 5 – TEJ3M & TEJ4M – Basics of Semiconductor Memory (Presentation) (This is what the students need to go through in order to fill out the worksheet above.)

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