Term 2 Project by: sara jassim and sarah nader

The 5 Topics:

Google Docs + Drive

Google Sheets

Internet Safety - Introduction To Internet Safety, Avoiding Spam and Phishing, Creating Strong Passwords

Using the rectangle, push up/down, navigation tools

Using the pencil, move and eraser tools

All About Google Drive

In the first module you will learn all about Google Drive and how to create and upload files to your drive. This module is important to look at before using google drive or using any of the google services, so you can get an idea of what you're doing. I would suggest that you first start with the first module which is All about Google Drive. It contains every single detail you would need to know before using google drive, It will even introduce you to some of the famous google services.

Google Sheets
Getting started with Google Sheets

Google Sheets is an app that's a little bit hard to work with, but lucky you there's 2 modules teaching you all the techniques about google sheets in the GCF learning website. From my experience those modules taught me a lot of things i needed to know about google sheets. If we started with the first module which is Getting started with Google Sheets it will first introduce you to all about Google Sheets, how to create a Google Spread Sheet, what's an interface, teach you about the cell basics, understanding the cell content, how to select, range, content, delete, copy and paste, cut and paste, drag and drop a cell, and how to fill the handles of a cell.

Internet Saftey

Introduction to Internet safety

There's almost no limit to what you can do online. The Internet makes it possible to access information quickly, communicate around the world, and much more. Unfortunately, the Internet is also home to certain risks, such as malware, spam, and phishing. If you want to stay safe online, you'll need to understand these risks and learn how to avoid them.

Avoiding Spam and Phishing

From email to instant messaging to social media, the Internet is an essential communication tool. Unfortunately, it's also popular among scammers and cybercriminals. To protect yourself from email scams, malicious software, and identity theft, you'll need to understand how to identify and avoid potentially dangerous content in your inbox, including spam and phishing attempts.

Creating Strong Passwords

You'll need to create a password to do just about everything on the Web, from checking your email to online banking. And while it's simpler to use a short, easy-to-remember password, this can also pose serious risks to your online security. To protect yourself and your information, you'll want to use passwords that are long, strong, and difficult for someone else to guess while still keeping them relatively easy for you to remember.

Tips for a stronger password:

. Use a unique password for each of your important accounts

. Use a mix of letters, numbers, and symbols in your password

. Don’t use personal information or common words as a password

. Make sure your backup password options are up-to-date and secure

. Keep your passwords secure

Using google sketchup

Using the rectangle, push up/down, navigation tools

Rectangle tool

In SketchUp, you can draw rectangles pretty much anywhere, To draw a house with the Rectangle tool, follow these steps:

  • Select the Rectangle tool from the toolbar or press the R key.
  • You can place the rectangle (base) where ever you want, but in order to build a house you will need to place it on the ground.
  • You press on the ground with your mouse, you can extend it as much as you want but we will do 20',10,'3'.
  • To write your measurements you just have to type it with your keyboard.
  • Now you're left with a beautiful base of the house.

Push Up/Down Tool

  • Our house needs to have walls, and in order to have walls we will need to use the push up/down tool.
  • The push up/down tool is the 7th tool on the toolbar.
  • After selecting this tool you will now have to go to the top surface of our base and just push it up.
  • You can select or type whatever high you want your house/tower to be.

Navigation tool

  • Now we want to look at our house from the back/top/bottom.
  • We use a tool called the navigation tool which is the last tool in the toolbar.
  • There are 5 tools inside the navigation tool.
  • First one: used to rotate left, right, up and down.
  • Second one: It's the hand looking tool and used to move the screen.
  • Third one: You can zoom in and out using this tool.
  • Forth tool: You select a specific part and it will zoom right to it.
  • Fifth tool: Gives you an over view of what you just created/build.
Using the pencil, move and eraser tools

Using The Pencil Tool

  • Our house doesn't have a roof, and we need to have one in order to make it look like a house.
  • To make a roof you will need to select the pencil tool, which is the forth tool in the toolbar.
  • Place the pencil from the middle of the side and draw a straight line to the other side.

Move tool

  • To actually make a roof you need to use the Move tool, which is the 8th tool on the toolbar.
  • You select the move tool.
  • Go to the middle of the house line we just drew, and drag it up.

Now we have a beautiful house.

Created By
Sara Aldehaimi


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