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Computing - Algorithms and Programs

Computing - Algorithms and Programs

This is a lesson that I used to teach the children in my class about algorithms and programs in computing. It is an unplugged lesson, no computers required! It explains how coding works in a child friendly way. I used it with Year 4 at the beginning of our coding topic.
ClaraJane88
Creating and Modifying Simple Charts in Excel 2016

Creating and Modifying Simple Charts in Excel 2016

This resource is for those new to creating Charts in Excel. There are step by step instructions within the training manual to learn how to create and modify bar charts and pie charts. It is a ready to go lesson that requires no further prep. This is a 2 hour lesson that has tasks for learners to complete. Learning Objectives:  Create a simple bar chart with existing data.  Create a simple pie chart to show percentages  Modify bar and pie charts to enhance presentation and update details. The files come in a word document that can be edited (if required for your audience) and also a pdf. There is an excel file that is an exercise file. ** Leave a review for this resource and receive one free resource of your choice from my shop. Communications, Workplace, ESOL and Computing Resources
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OCR Computer Science Checklist

OCR Computer Science Checklist

A checklist i gave to my students to help them cover the key aspects of the specificiation. They tick each box as they go along and feel confident in that area. A good tool to locate weaknesses and improve!
msmarwaha
Show the world why your city is worth visiting. A collaborative blog.

Show the world why your city is worth visiting. A collaborative blog.

This resource includes the project handout for students and the teacher's notes to work during a minimum of a month (depending on the number of lessons you have per week) Main goal: Students will design and write a touristic blog about their city addressed to an English speaking audience. Objectives: a)To provide an authentic context for language learning focusing mainly on the development of reading and writing skills; b) To foster collaborative learning through the division of tasks and responsibilities; c) to cater for all learning styles; d) To integrate ICT in the learning process to enhance the 21st-century skills; e) To integrate assessment tools coherent with the learning of life skills; f) To integrate the school community in the students’ learning processes.
MariangelC
Scratch Games Design for Computer Science

Scratch Games Design for Computer Science

This is a whole unit of work with a variety of different lessons which aims to take students from basic understanding of the Scratch coding environment to students who develop games. Differentiated resource with clear instructions and challenging advanced activities for students who are capable
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6 E-Safety Assemblies or Lessons for Primary Internet Safety

6 E-Safety Assemblies or Lessons for Primary Internet Safety

This a bundle of the 6 popular internet safety assemblies and/or lessons that I currently have in my shop. They are ideal for Safer Internet Day or at any other time of the year. The sessions cover: *Social media *Online gaming and digital citizenship *Online 'stranger danger' *General internet safety *Cyberbullying *Digital footprints The PowerPoints can be used for whole school or year group assemblies, but the included planning and independent activities also make them ideal for class teaching. Several of the sessions have KS1 and KS2 versions, but all can be adapted to different age groups. Please note: some video links are included in the sessions, which should always be assessed for suitability prior to use! Includes: • 6 PowerPoint presentations, covering all key teaching points • Full planning for all 6 sessions • All worksheets and activity support resources These resources support the following objectives from the UK computer science curriculum: KS1: 'Use technology safely and respectfully, keeping personal information private; identify where to go for help and support when they have concerns about content or contact on the internet or other online technologies.' KS2: 'Use technology safely, respectfully and responsibly; recognise acceptable/unacceptable behaviour; identify a range of ways to report concerns about content and contact.' Please see the Goldtopfox shop for more great e-safety and general teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox
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