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Drawing a Network Diagram

Resource to enable students to draw a Network Diagram

James Abela

Created by James Abela
last edited Apr 07 2013 by James Abela



Lesson Plan with resources to enable you to draw a Network Diagram.

Level: Beginner

Duration: 45 minutes

Teaches: Structure of a network & components of a network

Example Lesson Plan Ask students what they know about the school network Either give out Network Components sheet or show them on the screen. Take a tour of the school network (Or whatever you can show the students) Share the link to the template. Students draw their network diagram Plenary - Ask them how they could make the network more reliable Homework idea: Write a report/Email to the headteacher on how to improve the network.

The Guided Tour Ask your technician or network administrator to give you a tour or as a teacher find out what equipment is in the building Students can bring along Chromebooks or pen and paper Make sure you point out highlights such as network switches, routers, wireless access points etc

No Tour Available Students can draw a network map of the room. You can provide partially filled in templates Take photos or a video showing students the important parts of the network Ask students what they think the school network looks like

More fun Networking Activities

Compare Google’s Data Centre and Facebook’s Server Room CISCO’s Packet Riders BBC Clips on ICT and Computing Network building tool (Flash) The Story of Send How Submarine Cables are laid Your Google Draw Toolkit You can find all the files on:

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B-tNSVgcXSshbGk1RGx3ZjV0Y3M&usp=sharing

Once you see them go to: File - Make a Copy and you can edit in your own Google Drive

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