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Data Sizes & Binary 4 lesson SOL with assessment.

Data Sizes & Binary 4 lesson SOL with assessment.

Lesson 1 contents: This extensive lesson features a: - 20 slide teacher presentation with data sizes lesson. - progress lines (assessment without levels) - starter - extensions - 2 page, scenario based worksheet - FULL video walk through videos for each task - Worked answer sheet for all questions - Low ability presentation template Lesson 2: This complete lesson includes: - a 23 slide teacher presentation to be used throughout the lesson - progress lines (assessment without levels) - starter -low ability starter - binary number conversion theory - binary number theory - plenary/extension - binary to denary worksheet with answers - low ability scaffold documents Lesson 3: A whole lesson that includes: - a 29 slide teacher presentation that is to be used throughout the lesson - progress lines (Assessment without levels) - Starter with answers - Binary addition theory - plenary/ extension work - worksheet with 3 sections, 15 questions in each. Answers included. Lesson 4: An assessment lesson that includes: - A SELF MARKING binary assessment spreadsheet. - 1 high ability and 1 low ability spreadsheet file. - student reflection opportunity - answers included
mylhughes1990
Binary Assessment (Lesson 4 of 4)

Binary Assessment (Lesson 4 of 4)

An assessment lesson that includes: - A SELF MARKING binary assessment spreadsheet. - 1 high ability and 1 low ability spreadsheet file. - student reflection opportunity - answers included
mylhughes1990
Binary Manipulation: Addition (Lesson 3 of 4)

Binary Manipulation: Addition (Lesson 3 of 4)

A whole lesson that includes: - a 29 slide teacher presentation that is to be used throughout the lesson - progress lines (Assessment without levels) - Starter with answers - Binary addition theory - plenary/ extension work - worksheet with 3 sections, 15 questions in each. Answers included.
mylhughes1990
Binary Numbers (lesson 2 of 4)

Binary Numbers (lesson 2 of 4)

This complete lesson includes: - a 23 slide teacher presentation to be used throughout the lesson - progress lines (assessment without levels) - starter -low ability starter - binary number conversion theory - binary number theory - plenary/extension - binary to denary worksheet with answers - low ability scaffold documents
mylhughes1990
Computing Sizes (lesson 1 of 4)

Computing Sizes (lesson 1 of 4)

This extensive lesson features a: - 20 slide teacher presentation with data sizes lesson. - progress lines (assessment without levels) - starter - extensions - 2 page, scenario based worksheet - FULL video walk through videos for each task - Worked answer sheet for all questions - Low ability presentation template
mylhughes1990
Assessment, Computer Science, using GCSE Grades - adjusted Progression Pathways

Assessment, Computer Science, using GCSE Grades - adjusted Progression Pathways

CAS Progression Pathways (original source: https://community.computingatschool.org.uk/resources/1692 ) I use CAS Progression Pathways to asses my pupils and due to changes in area of assessing pupils progress without levels, I had to adjust this to fit our school policy. We use GCSE Grading system joined with progress within a grade. Progressing, Grade 1.....Grade 9 B - Beginning E - Emerging D - Developing S - Secure M - Mastered Example Students can achieve 1e (Grade 1 - emerging). I am using separate grades tabs to record pupils work (tab P, 1, 2, 3,..) but entering the information into the cells in these worksheets will automatically fill the Progress worksheet where you can see the overall progress for each student. If you are doing your work based on topics (Algorithms, Programming and Development,...), you also can see pupils progressing in separate areas of the curriculum. All this is automated and you have to enter the grade only once into Grades tab.
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