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Helping computer science teachers take control of their workload. My refreshingly different teaching resources enable you to teach great lessons that help your pupils engage with the subject matter. I’m an experienced teacher and HoD and professionally create resources through my company Nichola Wilkin Ltd. My book “Python by Example” published by Cambridge University Press has been a runaway success. Download my free resources now to see why I am one of the most popular authors on TES.

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Helping computer science teachers take control of their workload. My refreshingly different teaching resources enable you to teach great lessons that help your pupils engage with the subject matter. I’m an experienced teacher and HoD and professionally create resources through my company Nichola Wilkin Ltd. My book “Python by Example” published by Cambridge University Press has been a runaway success. Download my free resources now to see why I am one of the most popular authors on TES.
Exam Technique for GCSE Computer Science
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Complete exam technique lesson to help GCSE computer science students boost their grades. Do you feel your students know their computer science theory but are worried they still need a little extra help on understanding how to answer the exam questions to get the highest marks possible? Fear not, help is at hand. This stand-alone lesson introduces your pupils to common exam terminology so they feel more prepared in understand exactly what type of answers the questions require to get the top marks available. It gives them plenty or practice in answering a variety of questions including a min exam paper you can set as a homework task or during a second lesson. Buy this resource now and give your students the opportunity of gaining a few more valuable points. This can mean the difference between getting the grades they need or possibly missing out just because they didn’t know how to answer one particular type of question. What is included? This complete lesson includes : a 29-slide PowerPoint presentation (editable) 1-page PDF teacher’s lesson plan (not-editable) 1-page PDF algorithms question handout (not-editable) 2-page PDF mini exam paper (not-editable) . Please note: This lesson was created specifically for the OCR GCSE Computer Science (J277) and AQA GCSE Computer Science (8525) exams and will help your pupils feel more prepared for their exams. How can it be used? The exam preparation PowerPoint presentation is best used during your computer science exam revision lessons. Use the PowerPoint presentation along with the class working through all the exam practice activities together. You can either set the mini exam paper as a homework task and mark it together the next lesson or even let them mark it themselves. Alternatively set the mini exam paper during a second dedicated lesson and mark it together in class. What are you waiting for? Grab your copy of this invaluable lesson now and give your pupils the boost they need to get a few extra marks in their computer science exams. Looking for computer science revision material? Check out these fabulous self-study workbooks that completely cover the exam specifications: Complete set of OCR Revision Workbooks Complete set of AQA Revision Workbooks
Computational Thinking Escape Room
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Computational Thinking Escape Room

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This highly interactive lesson that requires the pupils to work in teams and use computational thinking skills to solve a range of puzzles. This activity perfect for pupils about to learn Python programming and you want to show the importance of computational thinking skills. This resource was shortlisted for the Teach Secondary Awards, a very rare honor for an independent resource creator. You can find out more here. Your class need to work together to escape a locked laboratory in a spaceship and start the engines to avoid being sucked into a black hole by completing different challenges which will use a variety of computational thinking skills. They are given most of the lesson to work together and at the end of the lesson, time is dedicated to discuss the computational thinking skills they used during the activity. This gives them a practical application for the computational thinking theory rather than using the tired old “making a jam sandwich” or “getting up in the morning” scenarios which are commonly used. This activity is not a handout driven escape room, it involves using an interactive PowerPoint presentation and physical tasks that moves away from pupils filling in yet another worksheet, to working together in a team to solve interesting and challenging puzzles. Pupils enjoy the lesson and are fully engaged whilst developing the key computational thinking skills of decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction and algorithms. Please note: This lesson does require teachers to prepare some props beforehand and it is highly recommended the teacher reads through the teacher’s instructions and creates the props well before they want to use the lesson. Written primarily for key stage 3, this activity can be used in a variety of situations: Introducing pupils to computational thinking skills before they are introduced to a text-based programming language Used as an end of term fun lesson which still has an education element A fun activity to use on a year 6 transition day Allow your new year 7s to get to know their new classmates and grow team sprit Helping a reluctant class see the benefits of learning programming skills . What are you waiting for? Download this interactive escape room NOW, to help students learn about computational thinking skills in a fun and memorable lesson they will love and remember.
Network Protocols TCP/IP Lesson
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Network Protocols TCP/IP Lesson

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The TCP/IP 4-layer model is an important part of the computer science curriculum your pupils must understand. It often comes up in the exam in one form or another so your students need to fully grasp it. This lesson completely covers both the OCR GCSE Computer Science (J277) and AQA GCSE Computer Science (8520) specifications helping your students learn the TCP/IP 4 layer model. Why waste your precious time slaving over creating your own lesson when it has all been done for you for the price of a coffee in Starbucks? Grab this ready to use, no prep lesson now to save time and take control of your workload. What does it cover? This lesson teaches pupils about: IP addresses MAC addresses Packet Switching TCP/IP 4-layer model The HTTP protocol The HTTPS protocol The FTP protocol The POP protocol The IMAP protocol The SMTP protocol The Ethernet protocol . What is included? You’ll get… An attractive dyslexia friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives, a video and lots of tasks and questions. 3 differentiated exam style questions A comprehensive 3-page teacher’s lesson plan including all the answers. . Are you really going to spend a couple of hours of your time creating something similar when you can spend that time doing something far more fun and interesting? Grab your copy of this network protocols TCP/IP complete lesson now and take control of your workload. Check out these other useful lesson resources from Nichola Wilkin (nwilkin): What is the internet? Network Topologies Wireless Networks
What is the internet?
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What is the internet?

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What is the internet? A question from many who are often too afraid to ask. It is an important question that computer science students need answering In this interactive and engaging lesson students learn what the internet is and the technology used by the web to transmit messages around the world. This lesson completely covers both the OCR GCSE Computer Science (J277) and AQA GCSE Computer Science (8520) specifications. Why waste your precious time slaving over creating your own lesson when it has all been done for you for the price of a coffee in Starbucks? Grab this ready to use, no prep lesson now to save time and take control of your workload. What does it cover? This lesson teaches pupils: The internet is a worldwide collection of computer networks DNS (Domain Name Server) Hosting The cloud VPN (Virtual Private Networks) . What is included? You’ll get… An attractive dyslexia friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives, a video and lots of tasks and questions. 3 differentiated exam style questions A comprehensive 3-page teacher’s lesson plan including all the answers . Are you really going to spend a couple of hours of your time creating something similar when you can spend that time doing something far more fun and interesting? Grab your copy of this network protocols TCP/IP complete lesson now and take control of your workload today. Check out these other ready to use computer science lessons from an author you can trust: Network types Network hardware Network Topologies
The Witch's Lair – A Sorting Algorithms Escape Room
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The Witch's Lair – A Sorting Algorithms Escape Room

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This has got to be one of the most unusual and fun ways of introducing your students to the delights of the bubble, insert and merge sorting algorithms. Even if your exam board only teaches two of these sorting algorithms its still worth getting this activity and teaching all three as it is just so much fun! Using an escape room activity that involves a witch and a goblin (who doesn’t want that?) your students will learn the basics of how these three algorithms work. This is a student lead interactive escape room activity that is ideal for social distancing and does not require any student computers and they can remain at their individual desks and yet they will still be working together. The entire activity will last a single lesson. Your role it to not do a lot and put the emphasis on your students working together. Early on you will be turned into a goblin! Sorry (not really sorry) so you may want to practice your goblin roar for when its called on. Students, therefor, cannot rely on you to help them (because you’ll be a goblin) and they’ll have to work together (either as a whole class or in smaller teams if you prefer) to try and solve all the riddles in their “spell books” for themselves. The main activity is introduced via a whole class PowerPoint presentation which includes videos giving the students vital instructions and helping them if necessary and each pupil is given a printout of the spell book which contains all the challenges. This escape room style activity gives your students a great introduction to the three sorting algorithms (bubble sort, insert sort and merge sort) and will certainly help give your students a boost at the start of learning this topic. Suitable for higher KS3 classes and GCSE Computer Science classes.
Python Iteration Lesson
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Python Iteration Lesson

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This complete Python programming lesson teaches pupils about iteration, namely for loops and while loops. It also includes lots of practice with reading and drawing flow diagrams. Download this no-prep lesson now to help you take control of your workload. This teaching resource includes an attractive dyslexia friendly PowerPoint presentation including videos to teach the key skills and the easy to follow teachers lesson plan includes all the answers. This ready-to-use lesson is perfect for non-specialist teachers, newly qualified teachers and teachers who are teaching Python for the first time. Please note: This lesson does assume the pupils are familiar with using basic if and else statements in Python. (My ready to use lessons to teach those skills are available here: “If Statement Lesson” and “More If Statements Lesson” ) Duration: 1 lesson This lesson teaches pupils about: For loops using the range statement While loops The difference between count controlled and condition-controlled loops . What are you waiting for? Take action straight away and grab your copy of this wonderful lesson today that will keep your pupils engaged and making progress and save you preparation time. [Click Here To See More Of My Great Python Lessons] (https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?authorId=835903&q=Python Lessons&shop=nwilkin)
Logic Gates and Truth Tables Worksheet Pack
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Logic Gates and Truth Tables Worksheet Pack

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Do you want some ready to use worksheets that will help reinforce your logic gates and truth table lessons? Here you go… 12 ready to use PDF worksheets that you can use straight away. You don’t need to spend hours drawing your own logic circuits for worksheets, it’s all done for you – and you also get all the answers. These logic circuits use the correct exam board specified logic gate symbols and will help your pupils become familiar with the logic gates and notation they will need to learn for their exams. There is a variety of different styles of activities to keep your pupils engaged while embedding key skills. Grab your copy today and you can use them immediately with no additional preparation. WHAT IS INCLUDED? 12 PDF worksheets and a comprehensive teacher’s guide that includes all the answers to make your life easier. They can be used in sequence or you can mix and match them as you need them. These worksheets use AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR and XOR logic gates and OCR notation (see preview images for examples of the exact notation that it used). Pupils will learn how to fill in truth tables, identify logic gates, draw logic circuits and solve logic circuits (entering 1 or 0 depending on the logic gate). The teacher’s guide describes how each worksheet can be used, the skills it helps pupils develop as well as giving you all the answers. HOW CAN I USE THEM? These attractive logic gate and truth table worksheets can be used in the classroom, for summative assessment, for homework tasks or as a revision aid when revisiting the topic. They are ideal for GCSE computer science pupils especially those following the OCR specification. You can print the worksheets out and ask the pupils to fill them in by hand, however 7 of the worksheets are also interactive and can be filled in on-screen saving on printing costs. The only ones that are not interactive are ones that require pupils to draw their own logic circuits and so printing them and filling in by hand is the easier option. The worksheets that are included are listed below: 01 Basic Logic Gates – Print or interactive 02 Simple Logic Circuits – Print or interactive 03 Logic Circuits – Print or interactive 04 Drawing Simple Logic Circuits – Print only 05 More Logic Gates – Print or interactive 06 More Logic Circuits – Print or interactive 07 Complex Logic Circuits – Print or interactive 08 Drawing More Logic Circuits – Print only 09 Basic Logic Gates With Notation – Print only 10 More Logic Gates With Notation – Print only 11 Solving Logic Circuits – Print or interactive 12 Creating A Logic Circuit From Notation – Print only . What are you waiting for? Grab these worksheets now and save yourself hours of preparation.
Von Neumann Architecture Lesson
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How can you teach your students about Von Neumann architecture, in an engaging way? The key is to break up the theory into small manageable chunks and reinforce each section with a variety of activities. And that is exactly what this lesson does. Why spend hours making your own resources when it is all done for you? Download this lesson today and save yourself all that preparation. WHAT IS INCLUDED? Suitable for GCSE Computer Science pupils following either OCR GCSE Computer Science (J277) or AQA GCSE Computer Science (8520) syllabuses. This lesson includes: an attractive dyslexia friendly PowerPoint presentation, differentiated lesson objectives, a video to change focus and break up the lesson, loads of individual and group tasks and questions, a printable ready to use worksheet for classwork, 3 differentiated exam style questions which can be used either in the plenary or set for a homework task, a comprehensive 3-page teacher’s lesson plan including ALL THE ANSWERS. . WHAT DOES IT COVER? With virtually no preparation (apart from photocopying the single page worksheet) you will be ready to teach about your classes about: How cache memory is used by the CPU The three levels of cache memory The component parts of the CPU in the Von Neumann architecture model How the component parts of the CPU work in the fetch-decode-execute cycle . DURATION: 1 lesson Check out these other great resources by Nichola Wilkin (nwilkin): The purpose of the CPU CPU Performance Rom, Ram and Virtual Memory Embedded Systems Secondary Storage
Python Input and Output Programming Challenges
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Python Input and Output Programming Challenges

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Are you looking for some ready to use Python programming challenges that can be easily incorporated into your lessons? This worksheet can be used as a classroom activity, for a homework task or as a ready-to-use task for quick finishers, making this an invaluable resource to have in your teacher kit. Download this ready to use worksheet now and take control of your workload. Use it immediately or simply keep it in reserve for when you need it. WHAT IS INCLUDED? This 2-page PDF printable handout includes: example code, a task to read code, a task to correct code and 4 practical programming challenges. . You even have a separate PDF with possible answers. The diversity of challenges that are included allows pupils to develop a variety of useful programming skills. This resource is perfect for established computer science teachers, non-specialist teachers or newly qualified teachers. What are you waiting for? Take action straight away and grab your copy of this wonderful worksheet today that will keep your pupils engaged and making real progress. Everything is done for you which will save you hours of preparation time. Please note: This resource is a non-editable PDF Click Here To See More Of My Great Python Challenges
Python For Loops Programming Challenges
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Python For Loops Programming Challenges

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Do your students need a little extra help with understanding for loops in Python programming? Are you looking for some ready to use programming challenges that can be easily incorporated into your lessons? This worksheet can be used as a classroom activity, for a homework task or as a ready-to-use task for quick finishers, making this an invaluable resource to have in your teacher kit. Download this ready to use worksheet now and take control of your workload. Use it immediately or simply keep it in reserve for when you need it. WHAT IS INCLUDED? This 2-page PDF printable handout includes: example code, a task to work out the output from the range function, a task to correct code and 4 practical challenges for them to practice writing for loops in Python code. . You even have a separate PDF with possible answers. The diversity of these for loops challenges allow pupils to develop a variety of useful programming skills. This resource is perfect for established computer science teachers, non-specialist teachers or newly qualified teachers. What are you waiting for? Take action straight away and grab your copy of this wonderful worksheet today that will keep your pupils engaged and making real progress. Everything is done for you which will save you hours of preparation time. Please note: This resource is a non-editable PDF **Click Here To See More Of My Great Python Challenges **
Python Practical Assessment (End of KS3 or start of GCSE)
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Python Practical Assessment (End of KS3 or start of GCSE)

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Taking over a new year 10 GCSE computer science class? Wanting to find out your current classes Python programming skills? This resource contains a list of practical Python programming challenges which test key aspects of the KS3 national curriculum for text-based programming language. Pupils are tested on: Mathematical operators Data types Dealing with strings Loops If statements Logical operators Random numbers Data structures (lists) and Sub programs The pupils are given a worksheet which contains 11 Python programming challenges. They need to work through them attempting the programs and sections they can. If they don’t know how to do something then ask them to move on and try to complete as much of the challenges as they can. This allows you to find out the gaps in their current knowledge. The results are then entered into a an Excel spreadsheet using a simple system of 0 (not met the criteria) or 1 (met the criteria) that is then converted into a list showing you the pupils current understanding displayed as “Secure” or “Developing”. You can then use this to help you plan future lessons to fill the gaps in their skills. This practical assessment can be used at the end of Key Stage 3 to help you and pupils when selecting their options or it can be used at the start of their GCSE to assess which areas need to be recapped. This resource also includes the completed Python programs for all the challenges allowing you to see a possible answer for each challenge making this easier for non-specialists and NQTs who want to have a little more assistance as they build their confidence in Python programming.
Ethical, Legal and Environmental Impacts AQA GCSE Computer Science Workbook (8525)
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Ethical, Legal and Environmental Impacts AQA GCSE Computer Science Workbook (8525)

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This ethical, legal and environmental impacts workbook is perfect for students studying for the AQA GCSE (9-1) in computer science and has been updated to completely cover the new specification 8525. It can be used in the classroom as a teaching aid, for self-study or as a revision tool. In this resource you will receive an interactive PDF workbook so your students can either print it out and complete the activities by hand or fill it in electronically making this an ideal workbook for use in school or for students studying at home. The answer booklet is provided as a separate PDF file so you can assign your students the workbook without including the answers. This 27-page workbook completely covers the new specification 8525 3.8 Ethical, Legal and Environmental Impacts of Digital Technology on Wider society, Including Issues of Privacy theory. Table of Contents: Ethical impacts of digital technology Autonomous vehicles Asking ethical questions Legal issues The Data Protection Act 2018 (GDPR) Wireless networking Cloud Storage The Computer Misuse Act 1990 Hackers v crackers The Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 Software licences Environmental issues Privacy issues Computer based implants . You may also be interested in these workbooks which have also been updated for the new specification: Algorithms Python Programming Fundamentals of Data Representation Computer Systems Fundamentals of Computer Networks Cyber Security Relational databases and SQL
Python programming KS3 assessment
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Python programming KS3 assessment

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This assessment test allows you to assess your pupils against the national curriculum specification for Python programming. It should be used at the end of Key Stage 3 as a summative assessment rather than as a formative assessment. The national curriculum specifies that by the end of Key stage 3 pupils should have been taught to “use two or more programming languages, at least one of which is textual, to solve a variety of computational problems; make appropriate use of data structures (for example, lists, tables or arrays); design and develop modular programs that use procedures or functions (for example, sub programs).” (National curriculum in England: computing programmes of study - key stages 3 and 4) This test allows you to assess if your pupils have met this criteria. It includes a 6 page PFD document which should be printed and given to your pupils to complete under test conditions. There is no practical element to this test and the test is completed through a written test. This resource also includes a mark scheme to aid the teacher in marking the paper and even includes grade boundaries and description that can assist the teacher when writing pupil’s long reports. Duration: 1 lesson This end of unit assessment does assume the pupils have been taught the following areas: Data types Syntax errors Logical and sequence errors Inputs and outputs Sequence, selection and iteration If…else statements Drawing and understanding flow diagrams Mathematical operators (+, -, * and /) Comparison operators (>, <, >=, <=, == and !=) For loops (count controlled loops) While loops (condition controlled loops) Simple lists and 2D lists (data structures) Sub programs Passing variables between sub programs and the main program Local and global variables
Python Programming Lesson Bundle
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Python Programming Lesson Bundle

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Take a giant step towards regaining control over your workload and teach Python programming with confidence. These ready to use Python lessons will save you hours of planning by providing you with comprehensive, engaging content you can use in your classes with next to no preparation. This bundle provides attractive dyslexia-friendly PowerPoint presentations, videos to teach key skills and plenty of opportunities for students to practice their Python programming skills. You will also get easy to follow teacher’s guides including ALL THE ANSWERS! These 20 lessons are suitable for teaching pupils about the joys of Python programming, from the very basics to confidently writing and using subprograms and writing to and reading from external files. It even includes a fun interactive computational thinking escape room game to introduce them to the problem-solving skills involved in Python programming. It uses a proven scaffolding technique that empowers pupils to make progress and gain confidence in their programming skills. Lessons: Getting Started with Input and Output statements If Statements More Advanced If Statements For and While Loops Strings and Numbers Random Values Drawing with the Turtle Creating Robust Programs Good Programming Habits Writing and Using Lists Writing and Using 2D Lists Using Subprograms Recapping Programming Constructs Recapping Subprograms Recapping Lists and 2D lists Recapping Good Programming Practice Using External Text Files Creating SQL Databases using DB Browser Interrogating SQL database using Python Using Structure Diagrams to Plan Larger Programs The lessons are suitable for newly qualified teachers, non-specialist teachers and experienced computer science teachers who are looking to add a sprinkle of zesty brilliance to their lessons.
Computer Networks Lesson Bundle
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Computer Networks Lesson Bundle

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This bundle of 6 lessons covers: Types of Networks Network Hardware What is the internet? Network Topologies Wireless Networks Network Protocols and the TCP/IP 4-Layer Model These lessons are suitable for teaching the new updated syllabus starting September 2020 including the OCR GCSE Computer Science (J277) and AQA GCSE Computer Science (8520). Each lesson includes an attractive dyslexia friendly PowerPoint presentation with differentiated lesson objectives, at lease one video and lots of tasks and questions. Each lesson also 3 differentiated exam style questions along with a comprehensive teacher’s lesson plan including all the answers.
Scratch Introduction Lesson Unit
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Scratch Introduction Lesson Unit

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In this high-quality 6-lesson complete scheme of work, the pupils will be first introduced to the programming language “Scratch 2”. Moving sprites using the mouse and keyboard as well as moving automatically around the screen Repeat and forever loops If statements and If…else statements Use sensing tools so sprites can interact with each other Use questions and answers in programs Create and use variables to store and manipulate values during the running of programs Create their own sprites and backgrounds Use costumes Apply broadcast messages This unit is ideal if the pupils have never used Scratch before or have had only very limited experience. Suitable for KS3 Computing and ICT classes.
Python If Statements Lesson
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Python If Statements Lesson

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This complete lesson introduces pupils about basic if statements and if…else statements in Python. Download this ready to use lesson now and become more confident in teaching programming to your pupils. This ready to use lesson is suitable for Key Stage 3 and GCSE computer science pupils. Download this no-prep lesson now to help you take control of your workload. This wonderful, time-saving teaching resource includes an attractive dyslexia friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives, videos to teach key skills, created in authentic English by an experienced computer science teacher and lots of practical programming practice. It also includes a comprehensive teacher’s lesson plan including all the answers. This ready-to-use lesson is perfect for non-specialist teachers, newly qualified teachers and teachers who are teaching Python for the first time. Please note: This lesson does not teach pupils about nested if statements or elif statements as that is covered in another lesson, which can be found here. Duration: 1 lesson This lesson teaches pupils about: Logical operators Basic if statements If…else statements Flow diagrams . What are you waiting for? Take action straight away and grab your copy of this wonderful lesson today that will keep your pupils engaged and making progress and save you preparation time. Click Here To See More Of My Great Python Lessons
Computer Science Murder Mystery Activity
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Computer Science Murder Mystery Activity

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Looking for a different style of GCSE computer science revision lesson? Want a fun, interactive, team-based challenge for the end of term for your KS3 computing classes? This activity is just what you are looking for. Easily adapted to be used for KS3 and GCSE classes, this computer science murder mystery will have your pupils answering computer science related questions in order to interview suspects and solve the case. This activity includes everything you need to run this exciting and immersive game which is sure to have your classes working together as they race to beat the other teams in identifying the murderer and the murder weapon used. With minimal setting up, this game makes that last lesson of term, or the last lesson with your GCSE classes before they start their exams, an enjoyable and memorable experience. ALL THIS IS FOR FREE! Includes: Clear teacher notes telling you how to prepare and run the activity An introduction PowerPoint presentation, to set the mood and tell the students what they need to do An interactive PowerPoint presentation, the teams use to solve the case A variety of handouts that are used through the game This resource was featured in the blog 12 Days of Christmas Computing Activities check it out for more great Christmas computing lesson ideas!
ESafety Quiz
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ESafety Quiz

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An interactive quiz for the whole class through an IWB, which can be used as a starter or plenary. Covers cyber bullying, using social media responsibly, copying information from the internet and avoiding infecting your PC with viruses.
Binary Activity
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Binary Activity

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A self-marking spreadsheet, you can install onto your computer network that the pupils copy into their own work area and work through. The stages get progressively harder and asks them to convert from binary to denary and from denary to binary. For some of the harder levels you may need to provide a piece of paper and a pen to help them work out the answers. Can even be used as a form of assessment as their work can be saved. Great to use either in the classroom or set it as a homework task. Suitable for GCSE Computer Science classes and KS3 Computing classes.