# Talk:CCNC/CCNC Module 1/Archive

I just wondered if we could use 'Know' in a learning objective as in "know the terms". learn? understand?

I too started steering away from "know". Perhaps it's just a personal preference, but I don't really like it either--Ndw1 22:55, 28 June 2007 (CEST)

At first I liked having the whole module structured on this page, I like seeing the content tree. However, with the outcomes listed here, there's a lot to scroll through, so I think perhaps the current module level template is a bit better.--Ndw1 22:55, 28 June 2007 (CEST)

I am having a look at these modules with a view to writing an editorial style guide.....I am having some difficulty with 'understand' too. Maybe use "discuss", "demonstrate" etc as you can't guarantee that the learner will 'understand' but you can "discuss", "demonstrate" and "share information". Suggestions only. Cheryl Brown. 9th July, 2007

We recommend you physically see a computer system before going through this module, because this will help you in visualizing the working of a computer.

physically see is not necessary. View/see? Cheryl Brown

suggested edits

We recommend you:

* spend about one hour on each chapter
* have access to different types of peripheral devices when attempting the activities in this module
* skim through an entire chapter (or portion of a chapter) first, paying special attention to the headings and introductions then go through a second time for more in-depth study and practice
* do the activities as they appear rather than at the end. They are essential study materials, so please attempt them.
* try working slowly if you have difficulty understanding a section of a chapter. If you still do not understand, seek help.


Cheryl Brown