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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
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
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
ICT at key stage 3  - Year 8-  Unit 5: Data - Use and Misuse

ICT at key stage 3 - Year 8- Unit 5: Data - Use and Misuse

In this unit students will investigate the large-scale use of data by commercial organisations. The use of ICT in the retail industry and how this data can be used. Students will investigate the use of bar codes and loyalty cards and there affect on today’s society. The social implications of Digital Rights Management on films and music businesses and how this affects the end user. Also in this unit students will investigate the ways in which other organisations collect data, the Data Protection Act and other acts that affect us and the different ways data can be protected from misuse or damage.
milorad
ICT at Key Stage 3  - Year 8 -  Unit 4: Systems - Integrating Applications to find Solutions

ICT at Key Stage 3 - Year 8 - Unit 4: Systems - Integrating Applications to find Solutions

In this unit students create a fundraising event that must make a profit (this is the constraint). They will use spreadsheets to solve problems associated with planning such an event, with the help of formulas and goal seek, they will work out the following outcomes as set. Students will create a mobile phone tables with different minutes used to create a table of best value, from this graph will be created and incorporated into a word document. Students will create a mail merge document by using a spreadsheet list of clients, this will help to integrate the use of one programme to another.
milorad
ICT at Key Stage 3 -  Year 8 -  Unit 3: Using Hyperlinks

ICT at Key Stage 3 - Year 8 - Unit 3: Using Hyperlinks

In this Unit students will learn how to design and build an interactive PowerPoint on a subject of your choice. Students will learn how to control on-screen events and the flow of information accessed through linking pages page. You will learn that web pages are made up of objects, and that these objects can be programmed to carry out actions, e.g. a hyperlink can automatically connect a user to a different page in their presentation. You will consider a range of audiences, and how one site can serve a range of needs, e.g. a site dedicated to a historic town may contain a list of places of interest for the casual tourist, while also offering detailed primary source material for the more serious historian.
milorad
ICT at Key Stage 3 -  Year 8 -  Unit 2: Information - Reliability, Validity and Bias

ICT at Key Stage 3 - Year 8 - Unit 2: Information - Reliability, Validity and Bias

In this unit students will use the internet to gather information on a topic, collate it and present it from a particular viewpoint. Students will look at and identify key terms when searching for relevant information. Students will be given a stance to take and select information that is biased or non-biased. This will require students to consider the usefulness, provenance, reliability, status, and bias of the information that they collect and use. An audience will be used to evaluate how successfully students have presented their arguments to support your stance. The reliability of websites and the information that they show will be looked at.
milorad