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Web Technologies - A-Level Computer Science - OCR - 1.3.4 - Lesson 2

Web Technologies - A-Level Computer Science - OCR - 1.3.4 - Lesson 2

This lesson explains the page rank algorithm and links to two incredible videos by computer sciences teacher craig and dave. These videos are free and available on youtube. This is not what you're paying for. Around the video linked to the slides, there is structure including an explanation of how search engines work. There are comments on monetising and also comments on how the page rank algorithm works. I have typed in the drawbacks to each of the algorithms and given students links to the videos. There is a task allocated for the lesson once your students have taken notes. They should build on content from the previous lesson.
r_chambers
Workplace Forms and Template Bundle

Workplace Forms and Template Bundle

This bundle contains forms and templates for use in the Workplace. Microsoft Word - how to create a fillable form that can then be emailed to others to complete. Ipad App Criteria form to make decisions on appropriate apps for childcare / primary Training Needs Analysis forms to see what skill level learners are at prior to training.
biowriterab
New National 5 Database Design and Development (2017/18 onwards) complete unit of work, theory and practical.

New National 5 Database Design and Development (2017/18 onwards) complete unit of work, theory and practical.

This bundle completely covers the theory side of this part of the course as well as the practical side. It covers: Analysis Design Implementation Testing Evaluation. This has helped me deliver the course this year and it would massively help any teacher out who doesn't have the time to create resources. I have also included a Database unit that can be used as part of your BGE in S1-S3.
weebrido
OCR Computer Science - Data Representation - Lesson 1 - 1-9

OCR Computer Science - Data Representation - Lesson 1 - 1-9

Lesson explaining how Data representation works. There is a PowerPoint which walks through two methods of conversion but it also specifies how to use binary. It explains to students place value and compares denary to binary. Lesson 1 in a series of 4 lessons. Students will also learn about: - Switches Binary Exam questions Binary conversion using switches Binary conversion using division Binary grid method Least / Most significant bit] Worksheet provided Content written by Ray Chambers - National Teaching Award Winner - 2015 - Innovative use of technology
r_chambers
A-Level Computer Science - CPU Mock Test: - OCR - MAR, PC , ALU , BUSES , FETCH , REGISTERS , ACC

A-Level Computer Science - CPU Mock Test: - OCR - MAR, PC , ALU , BUSES , FETCH , REGISTERS , ACC

This is an end of topic test on specific areas of the CPU for students to use. Questions are taken from previous years with the mark scheme attached. There are 4 pages to the test. It includes questions on the following areas of the CPU: - MAR (Memory Address Register) PC (Program Counter) Buses used ALU (Arithmetic Logic Unit) Fetch - Decode - Execute Cycle Registers Accumulator Memory Data Register
r_chambers
Excel Bundle

Excel Bundle

This package includes all my top selling Excel resources including How2Excel, an introductory guide to the use of Excel and Excel Jurassic Park, where you're put in charge of the finances and budget of your own dinosaur Park! Also included within the bundle: How to create an interactive spreadsheet Excel sport tournament planner (includes some really useful ranking techniques to create live changing league tables.
RobbotResources
OCR - ALEVEL - Computer Science - Exchanging Data

OCR - ALEVEL - Computer Science - Exchanging Data

Objective: - We’re learning to explain how compression methods are used in computer systems. Outcomes: - Lossy vs Lossless compression – Understanding it’s uses. Run length encoding and dictionary coding for lossless compression Symmetric and asymmetric encryption Different uses of hashing This covers the introduction to Lossy vs Lossless and talks about run length encoding and encryption. Includes a link to a khan academy video on encryption from YouTube * Referenced *
r_chambers
OCR Model Sample Task Solution NEA : Mr Leeman

OCR Model Sample Task Solution NEA : Mr Leeman

Attached is the solution i made to the sample task released by OCR, it has been created using Python (version 3) with the use of the SQLite3 library. An SQL database was created called students to store the information needed. The program allows the user to log in and do the following: 1. Enter and store the students details 2. Recall a students details (need ID number) 3. Show all students 4. Show students by gender 5. Show students by form 6. Delete a Student 7. Log out the data in the database was created using a random name/street generator.
msmarwaha
GDPR Consent of the Data Subject 6.1n Bundle 2

GDPR Consent of the Data Subject 6.1n Bundle 2

Covers: 6.1a) Consent of the Data Subject 6.1b) Performance of a Contract 6.1c) Compliance with a legal obligation 6.1d) Protect the vital interests of a Data Subject or another Person 6.1e) Performance of a task carried out in the Public Interest 6.1f) Legitimate Interests
biznetworker
Cities of the British Isles - Fact File Project for Geography & Information Technology

Cities of the British Isles - Fact File Project for Geography & Information Technology

British Cities Fact File Challenge This project offers a research opportunity to find out more about the cities of Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool and London. The resource is aimed at children from Years 5 to Year 9 and it provides an opportunity to combine Information Technology with Geography. It is an ideal opportunity to use a presentation to introduce the topic of British Cities. This can be extended to perhaps 4 introductory lessons with a collection of smaller challenges. After an initial introduction the students can then gather their own selected information about all ten of the cities included in the study. At the end of the project they should have a document consisting of 10 fact files and a much better knowledge of cities in both the United Kingdom and The Republic of Ireland.
IanPCostaDelSol