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Demonstration Lesson Plan in TLE 2

Area: Computer Hardware Servicing

Date: March 4, 2015

Student Teacher: Erman G. Silagan

Time: 8:00-9:00 am Grade 8-1

I. Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, 100% of the student with 85% success should be able to:
1. enumerate the tools and materials used in LAN Cabling;
2. identify the color coding of wires used in straight through LAN Cable;
3. perform a straight through LAN Cabling;
4. value the importance of following safety precaution while working.
II. Subject Matter
General Competency: LAN Cabling
Specific Competency: Straight-Through LAN Cable
Tools and Materials: Laptop, DLP Projector, Cartolina, Marker, Chalk Board, Chalk, UTP
Cable, RJ45, Crimping Tool
References:
Cabling, http://k-12.pisd.edu/currinst/network/if1_3st.pdf
LAN Wiring and Pin Out, http://www.zytrax.com/tech/layer_1/cables/tech_lan.htm
Ethernet Cable Color-Coding Diagram, http://www.incentre.net/ethernet-wiring-diag.html
Cabling, Internetworking Fundamental Students Manual pp. 60-77
III. Procedure
A. Preparation:
1. Daily Routine
1.1
Opening prayer
1.2
Greetings
1.3
Checking of attendance
2. Review of the past lesson
Local Area Network is a computer network that interconnects computers within a limited area such as
a home, school, computer laboratory, or office building, using network media.
Using this Network we can use peripheral connected to one computer such as Printer to print files or
documents from other computer
B. Presentation:
1. Motivation
Show pictures of Computer games that uses LAN Connection, ask the student if they want to know
how it works. Use Picture Equation to reveal the topic for the day.
2. Raised Up Question
Ask 3 students on what they want to know or to learn about the topic that will be answered after the
discussion.
3. Technical Terms
Hub - used as the central object on which computers and other devices are connected.
Crimping - joining two pieces of metal (usually a wire and a metal plate) by deforming one
or both of them to hold the other.
Cable - comprises two or more wires running side by side and bonded, twisted, or braided
together to form a single assembly, the ends of which can be connected to two devices.
Pin piece of metal used to fasten two things together.
4. Lesson Proper (Discussion Method using powerpoint presentation.)
4.1 LAN Cabling process of creating cable used to create a network that interconnects computers.

4.2 T568B Straight-Through Connection is used to connect computer to a network hub such as a
router.
T568 B Straight Through Connection Wire Color Coding
PIN
COLOR
PIN COLOR
1
White Orange
1
White Orange
2
Orange
2
Orange
3
White Green
3
White Green
4
Blue
4
Blue
5
White Blue
5
White Blue
6
Green
6
Green
7
White Brown
7
White Brown
8
Brown
8
Brown
4.3 Materials and Tools Used in LAN Cabling
3.1 Unshielded Twisted-Pair (UTP) Cable - most common cable used in computer networking.
Number of twisted-pair wires are often grouped together and enclosed in a protective sheath to form a
cable.
3.2 RJ45 Connector - registered jack 45 is an eight-wire connector used to connect computers to
category 5 unshielded twisted pair cables in a network.
3.3 Wire Stripper Used to remove the outer jacket of the wire.
3.4 Crimping Tool used to crimp UTP Cable to RJ45 Connector.
3.5 LAN Tester - assists in the installation and control of networks.
4.4 Safety Precaution:
Avoid Horse Playing
Use the proper tool
Always be on task
Be Vigilant
4.5 Steps in LAN Cabling
5.1. Prepare all the materials needed.
5.2. Carefully remove the outer jacket of the cable.
5.3. Untwist the pairs and arrange the wires based on T568B wiring.
5.4. Trim the untwisted wires to a suitable length.
5.5. Keep the wires flat and in-order as you push them into the RJ-45.
5.6. Place the wired plug into the crimping tool.
5.7. Repeat all the steps with the other end of the cable.
5.8. Test the cable using the LAN Tester.
5. Application
Direction: Students will create a T568B or Straight-Through LAN Cable by following the steps in
Crimping a LAN Cable for 15 minutes.
6. Generalization
LAN Cabling is the process of creating a LAN Cable which is used in interconnecting computers.
There are two types of LAN Cable The Cross Over and Straight Through. Straight Through is used to
connect many computers with the use of HUB. There are several tools and materials used in LAN Cabling
like UTP Cable, Wire Stripper, Crimping tool and the LAN tester.
7. Evaluation (Cognitive 20%)
Refer to the Evaluation Sheet.
IV. Agreement
A. Follow-Up Assignment:
What is Cross-over LAN Cable?
What is the color coding of Cross-over LAN Cable?
B. Advanced Assignment:
1. What are the Structured Cabling Systems?
2. Identify and describe the elements that are recommended for structured
cabling networks.
Reference:
Structured Cabling System, Internetworking Fundamental Students Manual pp. 79-89

EVALUATION SHEET
GR./SEC.

NAME:

DATE:

COGNITIVE 20%
Direction:
Write the missing color in the Straight-Through Connection Wiring Diagram. Write the letter o the
answer on the space provided.
Pin1
(1)

Pin2
(2)

a. WBr

Pin3
WG

b. WO

Pin4
(3)

c. O

d. G

PSYCHOMOTOR DOMAIN 60%


Dimension
3
1. Process
Systematically
follow the steps
prescribed all the
time.
2. Product
Able to complete
the task correctly.
3. Time
Management

Pin5
WB

Able to finish the


task Ahead of
time

Pin6
G

e. B

2
Systematically
follow the steps
prescribed
sometimes.
Able to Complete
the task with error
resolved.
Able to finish the
task a minute after
the given time.

Pin7
(4)

Pin8
(5)

f. Br
1

Rating

Cannot follow
the steps
prescribed.
Wasnt able to
complete the
task.
Unable to
finish the task.
TOTAL

AFFECTIVE DOMAIN 20%


Dimension
3
1. Awareness
Student
expressed
maximum
awareness on
the importance
of LAN
Cabling.
2. Safety

3. Team Work

Observed the safety


precaution
prescribed all the
time.
Practiced
cooperation and
teamwork at all
times.

2
Student
expressed
some
awareness on
the
importance
of LAN
Cabling.

1
Student
expressed
a little
awareness
on the
importanc
e of LAN
Cabling.

Observed the
safety precaution
prescribed
sometimes.

Observed the
safety
precaution
prescribed all
the time.

Practiced
cooperation and
teamwork
sometimes.

Rating

Cannot
practice
cooperation
and teamwork.
TOTAL

COMPUTATIONS: (Individual)

Formula

A. COGNITIVE

Score/5x20 = CG

/5x20 =

B. PSYCHOMOTOR

Score/9x60 = PG

/9x60 =

C. AFFECTIVE

Score/9x20 = AG

/9x20 =

Total Grade

TOTAL =

Prepared By:

ERMAN G. SILAGAN
Student Teacher
Checked By:

Cooperating Teacher
Noted By:

OIC, Dept. Head

ST Supervisor

Approved By:

Principal