Grades 6-9 - Computer Lesson Plans

Intermediate Technology Projects

  • Computer Activities for Middle School
  • Create presentations, web pages, videos, blogs, publications, graphs and more!

Computer Lessons for Middle or High School Students

TechnoKids Intermediate Computer Curriculum is a collection of technology projects. Each project includes a teacher guide, workbook and customizable resource files. Use a project based learning approach to engage learners in meaningful activities.

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Become a web designer. Use HTML5 and CSS lessons to construct a simple web page.

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Analyze marketing techniques and produce a commercial using basic video equipment and Movie Maker.

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Intermediate Microsoft Plus Set

A set of projects for Grades 6-9. Integrate technology. Lessons to create publications, presentations, and more.

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Teach a blogging creative writing unit. Use a safe blogging service to have students become bloggers.

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Become restaurateurs. Apply mathematical reasoning to operate a successful business using Word and Excel.

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Collaborate with a partner to debate the pros and cons of a controversial issue. Can you persuade an audience?

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Draft a budget, develop a spending plan, and justify financial choices with Google Sheets and Docs.

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Google Sheets, Google Docs, and Google Drawings project based activities for middle and high school students.

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Build a graphic organizer that explains the significance of historical events using Google Slides.

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Learn word processing while revising a collection of poems, short stories, and comics with Microsoft Word lesson plans.

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Design a professional-looking publication using Google Docs. Word processing lessons.

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Research an issue. Build a survey questionnaire and interpret results using Google Forms.

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Publish an interactive magazine with Microsoft Word. Write articles about movies, music, and trends.

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Decipher the clues to catch the crook! Computer-based activities that transform students into detectives.

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Research a destination and create a travel advertisement for a weekend getaway using Microsoft PowerPoint.

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Attract investors. Start a business. Analyze financial data and present a report using Excel and PowerPoint.

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Create an interactive map that explains the importance of a location using Google Slides lesson plans.

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Integrate science with language arts. Create an interactive science fiction story using Microsoft PowerPoint activities.

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Create an animated book report using Microsoft PowerPoint. Fun novel study activities for students.

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Form investment teams to trade stocks in fictitious companies. Use Microsoft Excel to track the portfolio.

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Construct a database using Microsoft Access lesson plans. Organize data. Create tables, forms, and reports.

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Research an important environmental issue. Design informative publications to raise awareness!

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Integrate Technology!

Prepare middle and high school students for the future.

  • Project based learning promotes critical and creative thinking
  • Student worksheets can be annotated for paperless classrooms
  • Easy to follow instructions allow students to work independently
  • Interdisciplinary activities target objectives from multiple subject areas

We love the TechnoKids curriculum! It's flexible, easy to use, and the kids really learn the skills. There is also an abundance of activities and materials...way more that I can use in the limited time I have with the students...which is a GREAT thing!

middle school computer class reviewer

J. Kramer,
Indian Mound Middle School,