Card sorting by function

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Step One -- Familiarize Yourself with Connectors

First, get a box of cards to be sorted, pour them into a pile in the center of the table, and rummage through them, looking for these connector types:

Type Picture Clue
HD15 Hd15port.png three rows of holes
DVI Dvi.png lots of little square holes
RJ11 Rj11port.png like for a phone, has 4 pins
RJ45 Rj45port.png bigger than an RJ11
Sound Ports Soundports.png little and round, don't stick out, may be 3, 4, 5 or 6
Antenna Connector SMA.jpg much smaller than a F connector (connector for a cable TV)

NOTE: You're not sorting yet, just learning the different connector types.

There will be other connector types, but the above ones are all you need to pay attention to in order to complete this job.

Step Two -- The Basic Sort

Pick up each card and using the following chart, put each card in one of six piles (video, sound, modem, network, wireless, and miscellaneous.)

This is a graph with borders and nodes. Maybe there is an Imagemap used so the nodes may be linking to some Pages.

Step Three -- Finish Up

See if it's correct. You should now have up to 6 piles:

  1. Video Cards
  2. Modems
  3. Sound
  4. Network
  5. Wireless
  6. Miscellaneous

Have someone check your work

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