This course aims at preparing learners to be able to use a word processor as a work tool. The learning guide accompanies learners in using word-processing programs of their choice to create a text, modify its presentation and print it. At the heart of the guide is an approach that examines the underlying logic common to most word-processing software. Learners will develop basic skills to word process with their software.
Each chapter includes a description of concepts, an explanation of the associated commands, where they can be found, and how they work, practice exercises, a suggested work method, a review activity and a self-check quiz.
• The environment of word-processing software;
• Creating simple texts;
• Editing and basic formatting;
• Advanced layout;
• Conclusion and review;
• Vocabulary and Memory Aid.
Course passing grade: 60%
Examination passing grade (local exam under supervision): 60%
The software used for the final exam should be the same that was used by the learner during the course. Otherwise a period of time for the learner to get used to the exam software should be granted.