OSI model

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OSI model
Content analysis
Meshal
Faisal
202322421
202322420
1-What is OSI?
• The Open Systems Interconnection Basic Reference
Model (OSI Model) is an abstract description for
network protocol design, developed as an effort to
standardize networking.
• There are many protocols are used in OSI model
which divided into seven layers each layer has
special protocols.
2-Why are these contents related
for the trainees?
Content
Why
Concept of "Model"
Types of network models
Structure of TCP/IP and OSI models
The trainees should know concept of
"model" before starting to explain the
types of models, and see the difference
between types of models, and understand
the structure of these models because, the
trainees must understand the structure
before we go deeper in protocols.
Explanation of "protocol".
The trainees should understand what is
the protocol in general before we define
types of protocols.
The trainees should know the OSI model
division and the differences between
TCP/IP and OSI models in the division.
Division of OSI model.
2-Why are these contents related
for the trainees?
Application layer
Presentation layer
Session layer
Transport layer
Network layer
Data Link layer
Physical layer
The trainees should understand each layer
independently and understand what
protocols are working in this layer such as:
- Application layer: DNS, DHCP, FTP
….etc.
- Presentation layer: Responsible for
encryption.
Session: Open and close Ports.
- Transport layer: TCP and UDP.
- Network: Guide the packet entire the
network.
- Data Link: Communicating with MAC
addresses and transmits frames.
-Physical: Using signals.
3- What kind of prior this knowledge do the trainees
have to have in order to understand this topic?
• The trainees should have the following prior
knowledge:
• To have basic information about Networking in
general.
• To have known some information about packet
switching and circuit switching.
• To have idea about protocols in general.
Didactic analysis
Why the OSI model important?
• The OSI model has importance; it's like standards
which help anybody wants to study the networking.
• For my trainees they should understand OSI model
because it helps them in next courses such as:
switching and routing.
What are my intentions?
(General objectives)
Make a creative thinking.
Try to make sure the practical is clear for
students.
Motivate trainees to do group work.
3-How can we integrate practical sequences?
(Theory-Practical-Relation)
• In our lesson there is no practical, but we will try to
deliver the concept of our lesson by doing
experiment in front of the class. We will make
demonstration using Wireshark application which is
one of greatest network analysis programs round the
world. The trainees will see how the OSI model works
then they will be able to understand our lesson.
4-What media do have?
Media
Used
Whiteboard
Yes
Power point
Yes
Smart board
No
Handout
Yes
Poster
No
Mind map
No
Curriculum analysis
Curriculum analysis
• The topic belong to the course: Data
Communications and Networks (ICT-BVF 8.1).
• Today the topic will deal with "Explain OSI model".
• Explain the layers (1) Application, (2) Presentation,
(3) Session, (4) Transport, (5) Network, (6) Data Link,
(7) Physical
• We plan to spend 50 minutes on this topic.
• It is take a place in second semester of TTC.
• The students have to know the basic information of
basic networks and communications.
Curriculum analysis
* This course depends on what the students
learned in previous lessons in the same
course, because if the students did not have
an idea about packet switching and circuit
switching then they will not understand this
lesson.
Lesson Preparation
Lesson Plan
I. General Information
 Topic: OSI model.
 Course Name and Code: Data
communication and Networks. BVF8.1
 Date and Time: 24/12/2012 From 8:30 To 9:10
Lesson Plan
II. Objectives
General Learning Objectives:
• The Trainees:
 Should be able to write down the notes.
 Ask the question if they don’t understand.
 Write a small summary for the lesson.
• Specific Learning Objectives:
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The Trainees:
Have to define what is the model.
Should be able to define what is the protocol.
Should be able to differentiates between OSI and TCP/IP models.
List the layers of OSI model.
List some protocols and describe in which layer they work.
III. Overview of the Intended
Process
Opening / Entrance / Motivation
Methodology
Expected Trainer-action
Explain what is the model and what
is the protocol.
Media
End
Time
Expected Trainee-action
Present using PPT.
Try to participate with a trainer.
PPT
whiteboard
7:35
.
Present and explain.
Make a short overview about
Make some notes and think in
PPT
previous lesson.
some questions.
whiteboard
7:40
III. Overview of the Intended
Process
Body (Information / Elaboration)
Methodology
Expected Trainer-action
Media
End
Time
Expected Trainee-action
Present and sharing
Explain what is the OSI model and how is
Participate with a trainer and try to be
PPT
it divided.
active.
whiteboard
7:55
Explain using program
We make the experiment using
wireshark
Active and try to understand.
PPT
whiteboard
8:10
III. Overview of the Intended
Process
Close (Reflection, Exercises, Homework, Feedback)
Methodology
Media
Expected Trainer-action
Expected Trainee-action
End
Time
Individual work
Check what the trainees did with notes
Make summary by ask trainees what did
Review with a trainer and ask questions
Answering and asking questions
they learn and give them chance to ask me
if they not understand.
Make a note
Notes papers
Class conversation
8:15
PPT
whiteboard
Quiz papers.
8:20

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