18 ICT/Computing Theory Lessons & Homework Booklets

18 ICT/Computing Theory Lessons & Homework Booklets

When these booklets are printed you have 8 theory lessons primarily based on the BBC Bitesize website. Follow the bitesize online pages and activities and complete the task sheets. Homework can be completed on the homework booklet. They have been designed to be used without computers and there are enough lessons for 1 every 2 weeks. Hope they are useful
anthellison
Edexcel GCSE Computer Science Revision Poster Templates

Edexcel GCSE Computer Science Revision Poster Templates

These poster templates are designed to help students structure their revision for the Principles of Computer Science exam. Designed to be printed/photocopied in A3, these poster templates can be filled in/annotated by the students as part of the revision process. They will then have a valuable revision resource that they can take home and stick on their wall. Covers the following elements of the Edexcel specification: Problem Solving Computers Data Communication The Bigger Picture
a_bennett
AQA Computing Fetch Decode Execute Cycle Complete Revision OCR Cambridge

AQA Computing Fetch Decode Execute Cycle Complete Revision OCR Cambridge

This presentation contains information on the fetch decode execute cycle. It starts off with an analogy and then proceeds to explain the cycle in layman’s terms so any student can understand it. Follows a technical explanation, introducing the program counter, accumulator, MBR, CIR and MAR. I have also included some questions at the end to check that students have a firm understanding of the process. Additionally I've added some fun activities to the presentation; a matching up activity and some anagrams containing all of the main keywords for them to unscramble. These make great lesson starters. Cambridge and OCR students will also find it useful as there is much crossover. A bargain at only £1! Also please check out my corresponding resources if you found this useful. https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/aqa-comp1-a-level-computing-complete-bumper-revision-megapack-11062667 Enjoy
theeducationspecialist
AQA Comp2 A Level Computing Complete Bumper Fun Revision MegaPack

AQA Comp2 A Level Computing Complete Bumper Fun Revision MegaPack

This AS Computing Comp 2 Mega pack contains a PowerPoint revision presentation (over 180 slides), a word search, a crossword, a match up activity, and a word scramble/anagram (answers in a separate files). The activities are perfect for last minute revision for exams, as a lesson starter or as an interactive activity to get the whole class involved. All feedback is welcome and let me know what I can do to make this resource better! I developed this for AQA Students, but Cambridge and OCR students will also find it useful as there is much crossover. A2 Students may also find it useful to go over topics from the previous year. A bargain at only £1! Also please check out my corresponding resource for comp 1 if you found this useful. https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/aqa-comp1-a-level-computing-complete-bumper-revision-megapack-11062667 Enjoy
theeducationspecialist
Introduction to Binary Conversion - PowerPoint, Worksheet and Extension

Introduction to Binary Conversion - PowerPoint, Worksheet and Extension

A selection of materials created and used multiple times by myself in the aid of teaching binary conversion (both ways and using both 4 bits and 8 bits) from the very bottom on the assumption pupils know nothing on this topic beforehand. The presentation is created to be helpful and explain how to convert binary with working examples and also some questions for AFL. The worksheet explains again how to convert binary both ways to and from decimal and has a code breaker activity at the end that has been very popular (instructions are on the worksheet). Also supplied is an extension worksheet that is designed to push the most able to convert harder full byte numbers. Lesson objectives, starter and plenary are all part of the presentation.
SWilliamsComputing
Pixels and Resolution AS Physics

Pixels and Resolution AS Physics

An A-level lesson on pixel resolution. Originally used for OCR Advancing Physics Unit 1. Contains an animated zooming introduction to resolution, a very carefully worked example, an introductory starter quiz and ten pages worth of differentiated exam questions with answers and explanations. Useful for computer science too.
bennyjohn5
GCSE  Computing Revision Guide OCR - 2012 Spec

GCSE Computing Revision Guide OCR - 2012 Spec

GCSE Computing Revision Guide from OCR. Past Paper Questions included with permission from OCR Sample can be found on my other resources for Binary Representation NOTE: There was an error which has been corrected. On page 45 the Mac Address is 8 Bits not 42.
andy_panay1
A Level Computing Bumper Fun Crossword Megapack. 10 Sets of 10 Includes (with answers)

A Level Computing Bumper Fun Crossword Megapack. 10 Sets of 10 Includes (with answers)

A collection of 10 sets of A-Level Computing sets crosswords activities with answers attached in the separate files of course (these are all focused on Comp 3) Makes for good fun, revision & recap during around exam time. A welcome break from the more intensive & sometimes mundane revision. Also a good way to keep them busy while I get on with marking, hence why I created so many! I also have corresponding word searches, match up activities anagrams which serve the same purpose, so if you find this useful I’m sure you’ll find those are too.
theeducationspecialist