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web design, KS2 unit with easy to master software and no need for email addresses

web design, KS2 unit with easy to master software and no need for email addresses

Working independently or as part of a group, children will find the recommended software easy to learn so that they can concentrate on the creative aspects of web design. A unit that'll guarantee your class have got a finished product at the end of their unit. This unit also solves the problem of children having to obtain real email addresses before they can begin to use create their websites.
Coolred12
J276 - Computer Science GCSE - Revision Cards

J276 - Computer Science GCSE - Revision Cards

I have created revision cards for all topics in the OCR Computer Science GCSE (J276). These are used by my current Year 11 Cohort, they have found them quite effective as support tools in lessons and revision at home. I allow students to use them whilst answering question in lesson so that they are focusing on exam techniques whilst absorbing the subject knowledge too. I have created a revision wall by printing each card in A3 and arranging it on the wall. Students can consult the wall if they are stuck. All the cards have been designed to be printed double sided on the short edge, This is so that the topic name is on the back. All cards are using the 'OpenDyslexic' font, this can be seen on the PDF's. Formatting may differ on the publisher document if you do not have the font installed. This pack consists of the original publisher file as well as a PDF of all the cards too. I have also created a PDF of each set of cards that represent each separate paper of the OCR course. Enjoy!
Davism1993
COMPUTER ADDICTION

COMPUTER ADDICTION

This test includes several reading interpretation exercises, vocabulary and grammar practise as well as a writing task.
Olynj
KS3 Teacher CPD at King's College London

KS3 Teacher CPD at King's College London

https://www1.kcl.ac.uk/prospectus/shortcourses/details/name/teachks3computing2018/alpha//month//day//header_search/computer Funded by the DfE as part of the Computing At School's Network of Excellence Regional Centre Programme, this VERY low cost 8 week twilight course. The course is aimed at KS3 teachers who are new to teaching Computing, who are perhaps converting from teaching ICT or other subjects. No previous programming experience is needed. The course will focus on the computer science elements of the Computing curriculum. Each session will consist of an hour of theory and an hour of programming hour to develop an understanding of both how the computer works and some simple text-based programming. Week 1 Algorithms - followed by Python: Turtle Graphics Week 2 Binary numbers -- Python: Turtles & Functions Week 3 More on binary numbers -- Python: If statements Week 4 Boolean logic -- Python: Loops Week 5 Representing sound and images -- Problem solving in Scratch and Python Week 6 Structure of a computer-- Problem-solving in Scratch and Python Week 7 More about the computer -- Problem-solving in Scratch and Python Week 8 Python Easy Gui and Consolidation Each week teachers are required to undertake a homework task. A certificate of completion and achievement will be given at the end of the course.
jlisaw8
Starter For Ten Enterprise Project

Starter For Ten Enterprise Project

This is the full set of resources which make up the Starter For Ten project. Starter For Ten is a whole term, cross-curricular project for upper primary classes. A series of lessons provide the class with the knowledge and skills they need to start their own businesses in small groups. Groups are loaned £10 to start their business with the businesses running for four weeks after around six weeks learning and preparation. Starter For Ten provides a highly motivating, real world context for learning with pupils taking full responsibility for their businesses. The pupils are also responsible for making key decisions including what to spend any profit on and whether to act as philanthropists and opt to donate a proportion of their income to charity. The full project covers a number of curriculum areas: literacy, numeracy, health and wellbeing, religious and moral education, social studies and technologies. All lessons are fully linked to the Scottish Curriculum For Excellence. Each of the fourteen lessons includes a lesson plan, a PowerPoint presentation and any worksheets or other resources required. Lesson plans include learning objectives, suggestions for differentiation, a starter activity, a main lesson, a plenary activity, suggestions for further development, opportunities for display, and relevant second level Curriculum For Excellence experiences and outcomes.
activelinkslearning
Current Affairs Form Time Activity - Bitcoin

Current Affairs Form Time Activity - Bitcoin

An engaging current affairs activity with videos, questions and a debate. New topical activity uploaded weekly! Please email me at josephcauldwell@mosslands.wirral.sch.uk if you would like the weekly PPT sent directly to your inbox. Please leave a review if you find this useful!
joecauldwell
Starter For Ten Enterprise Project. Lesson Seven - Choosing a Charity

Starter For Ten Enterprise Project. Lesson Seven - Choosing a Charity

This is the seventh lesson in a series of fourteen which make up the Starter For Ten project. Starter For Ten is a whole term, cross-curricular project for upper primary classes. A series of lessons provide the class with the knowledge and skills they need to start their own businesses in small groups. Groups are loaned £10 to start their business with the businesses running for four weeks after around six weeks learning and preparation. Starter For Ten provides a highly motivating, real world context for learning with pupils taking full responsibility for their businesses. The pupils are also responsible for making key decisions including what to spend any profit on and whether to act as philanthropists and opt to donate a proportion of their income to charity. The full project covers a number of curriculum areas: literacy, numeracy, health and wellbeing, religious and moral education, social studies and technologies. All lessons are fully linked to the Scottish Curriculum For Excellence. Each of the fourteen lessons includes a lesson plan, a PowerPoint presentation and any worksheets or other resources required. Lesson plans include learning objectives, suggestions for differentiation, a starter activity, a main lesson, a plenary activity, suggestions for further development, opportunities for display, and relevant second level Curriculum For Excellence experiences and outcomes. LESSON 7 OVERVIEW: NOTE: This lesson can be skipped if the class voted not to contribute a percentage of any profits to charity in lesson 3. In this lesson the children think about issues which concern them and research charities which take action on these issues. After research on the internet the children present their chosen charity to the class. A confidential vote is then taken to choose the charity which the class will donate to. LESSON 7 LEARNING OBJECTIVE: I can contribute my views and opinions to a whole class decision.
activelinkslearning