Hi I am looking for the resource for teaching the command line, the file system for high school student. I find some students have little idea of what the file system, not to mention navigating the file system using
But I feel them are a bit complicated for high school students. I like "The Linux command line for beginners" but I often get sidetracked by spending time explaining linux (which is another big topic) when most kids use Windows.
So any recommendation (book included) for teaching those stuff ? In a way my question is related to How to teach the value of the command line in high school?
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From the comments I got so far I am updating my question to make my objective more clearly. First I want to them to learn some command lines. Even most kids are using Windows, it is easy to find information like Windows and Unix command line equivalents, e.g. check here and here
With WSL I have assumed it won't be too hard to learn unix/linux commands on windows but I have not tried yet. So the hard question maybe is to let them know what benefit(s) of learning command lines.
I think having some basic knowledge of the file system is also important. Learning CLI will be also inevitable to expose some concept of fs to them. So I put them together when I asked the question.