R082 Digital Graphics | Video Guides and Practise Templates | Creative iMedia | Cambridge Nationals

R082 Digital Graphics | Video Guides and Practise Templates | Creative iMedia | Cambridge Nationals

This resource is specifically for the Cambridge Nationals in Creative iMedia Digital Graphics unit (R082). This resource takes students around 5-6 months to complete and consists of practise templates which students can use for ideas for the real live assignment. The unit is totally video guided which makes it perfect for differentiation and for schools who do not have specialist ICT teachers. The package also contains a google forms checklist for staff and students to monitor their progress and self-evaluate their understanding. The package includes a google drive link which takes you to a folder containing all of the required resources.
aglasgow
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN PUBLISHER LEAFLET

TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN PUBLISHER LEAFLET

PUPILS ARE TASKED TO PRODUCE A COLOURFUL LEAFLET PROMOTING LOCAL TOURIST ATTRACTIONS. EXAMPLE IS FOR TOURIST ATTRACTIONS WHICH CAN BE USED FOR YOUR CLASS OR THE PRINCIPLE CAN BE APPLIED TO YOUR LOCAL TOURIST ATTRACTIONS. CROSS CURRICULAR ASPECT WITH TRAVEL AND TOURISM.
tesmny
SMOKING FACT SHHEET IN PUBLISHER

SMOKING FACT SHHEET IN PUBLISHER

BRILLIANT RESOURCE EXPLAINING HARMFUL EFFECTS OF SMOKING AND ADVISE FOR QUITTING. PUPILS HAVE TO DEVISE A LEAFLET FORMAT IN PUBLISHER ADD COLOUR LAYOUT THE WORK SPELL CHECK ETC COVERS CROSS CURRICULAR HEALTH STUDIES COURSES AS WELL. SUPER RESOURCE
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Cambridge Technicals - IT - Level 03 - Unit 06 - Application Design - M/507/5005 - Materials

Cambridge Technicals - IT - Level 03 - Unit 06 - Application Design - M/507/5005 - Materials

Cambridge Technicals - IT - Level 03 - Unit 06 - Application Design - M/507/5005 - Delivery Materials - First 3 LO’s are easy then making the aplication gets vague. Prototype modelling, do not do unit unless oyu are willing to create an application that eets a specific criteria. Any issues downloading, email me at enderoth@hotmail.com or go to www.freeschoolresources.com after August whennthe website has been redone.
enderoth
SPREASHEET MIN AND MAX AND TOTALS

SPREASHEET MIN AND MAX AND TOTALS

LOVELY RESOURCE WHICH COVERS CROSS CURRICULAR HOME ECONOMICS WITH INFO REGARDING HEALTHY EATING. PUPILS ARE TASKED TO WORK OUT MIN AND MAX. ANSWERS AND CALCULATIONS TO GET THE ANSWERS ARE PROVIDED.
tesmny
SPREADSHEET NEWSPAER SALES

SPREADSHEET NEWSPAER SALES

LOVELY RESOURCE WHEREBY PUPILS HAVE TO WORK OUT THE TOTAL SALES AND AVERAGES FOR EACH NEWSPAPER FROM THE INFO PROVIDED.
tesmny
Network topologies, protocols and layers for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

Network topologies, protocols and layers for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

This student networks workbook is ideal for students, non-specialist teachers, NQTs any anyone who wants to learn more about computer network topologies to gain confidence in the OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276) “1.5 Network topologies, protocols & layers” specification. Can be used in the classroom as a teaching aid, for self-study or as a revision tool. This 27-page PDF which covers the theory and includes ready-to-use tasks and even includes the answers. Table of Contents: Network topologies Star network topology Mesh network topology WiFi Frequency Channels Encryption Packet Switching Bandwidth Ethernet IP address MAC address Network Protocols TCP/IP HTTP HTTPS FTP POP IMAP SMTP TCP/IP model The 4 layers of network protocols Application layer Transport layer Internet layer Link layer
nwilkin
Wired and Wireless Networks for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

Wired and Wireless Networks for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

This student networks workbook is ideal for students, non-specialist teachers, NQTs any anyone who wants to learn more about wired and wireless networks to gain confidence in the OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276) “1.4 Wired and wireless networks” specification. Can be used in the classroom as a teaching aid, for self-study or as a revision tool. This 29-page PDF which covers the theory and includes ready-to-use tasks and even includes the answers. Table of Contents: What is a network? Types of network Local Area Network (LAN) Wide Area Network (WAN) Factors that affect the performance of networks Bandwidth Number of devices Cable or wireless media Error rate Latency The different roles of computers in a client-server and a peer-to-peer network Client Server Peer-to-Peer The hardware needed to connect stand-alone computers to a LAN Stand-alone computer Network Interface Controller/Card Transmission Media Switch Router Wireless Access Points The internet Domain Name Server Hosting Cloud storage Local storage compared to cloud storage Cloud computing Security and ownership of data and software on the cloud Virtual Networks
nwilkin
Most used Excel functions - function, syntax, description quick reference sheets

Most used Excel functions - function, syntax, description quick reference sheets

This resource contains a Table of the most used functions in Excel. It is separated by Core functions, Date Functions, Text Functions, and Lookup / Reference Functions. It is set out attractively in a table, the column headings being: Function Name, Syntax and Description. It gives a quick reference to over 35 different functions. It is available in a pdf and word document so that you can make any changes required.
Resource_Creator
Year 7 Computing/ICT Scheme of work & Resources

Year 7 Computing/ICT Scheme of work & Resources

Complete collection of Scheme of work, lesson plans, Power Points and homework for Year 7 introduction to computing and ICT. Includes: Topic 1 - Introduction & using computers safely and effectively • 7 Lessons, Power Points, Assessment, Homework and Pupil Progress Diary Topic 2 - Introduction to coding through Scratch • 5 Lessons (can be stretched depending on pupil progress), Power Points, Assessment, homework and Pupil Progress Diary Topic 3 - Spreadsheet Modelling • 6 Lessons, Power Points, Assessment, homework and Pupil Progress Diary All lessons are ready to teach and require minimal, if any preperation (may need tweaking to work with your school system) - everything is provided! Pack includes a scheme of work with lesson objectives and lesson overview and how these lessons fit into and satisfy the new National Curriculum for Computing. Ideal resource for non-specialists to follow, or for a specialist to pick up and run with. Feel free to adapt the resources as needed. All lessons are ready to teach. Year 8 and Year 9 packs coming soon.
Confusion101
Mobile Application Development Activity

Mobile Application Development Activity

This could be used whilst teaching ‘Appshed’ to KS3 students. It would be a good homework for either the 1st or 2nd week as it begins to questions the features of mobile applications which will support when students begin to draft their own applications. This could either be used as an activity in class or as a homework.
HDLouise
Doing Stuff with Python - a guide for beginners

Doing Stuff with Python - a guide for beginners

Delivering subjects like programming to mixed ability groups can be challenging, where ‘fire-fighting’ simple script issues for less able students, eats into the time you have to work with your more able students. This guide is intended to help to address these issues: A ‘self-help’ file for your students, in the form of a standalone web page (no Internet required). Issue to your students, or place it on your VLE. Make it easier for less able students to find the help they need. Example scripts are extensively commented. Examples can be copied and pasted direct from the web page into student’s IDE. Topics covered include: Variables. Data types. Numbers. Booleans. Assignment and Equivalence Operators. Comparison Operators. Strings - using tabs; indexing; slicing; converting, concatenation. Using Modules. Working with dates. Lists - indexing; slicing; change/add/remove items; remove duplicates; count occurrences; extending; clearing; sorting; searching; nested lists; list comprehensions. Sets - creating; check items; add items; remove items. Dictionaries - creating; looping through; searching. Tuples - creating; packing; unpacking; searching. Getting / Validating User Input. Controlling program flow - If statements; for loops; while loops; using range; using continue, augmented assignment. Functions - creating; scope of variables; avoiding duplication of variables. File Input and Output - modes; opening; reading; writing; using the with keyword. Using SQLite and CSV Databases. Troubleshooting - Self Help; Indentation; Tab Stops in output; Indexing and Slicing; Comparing Dates; Operator Precedence; Errors and Exceptions. Miscellaneous Items - validate an email address; checking user-supplied data; working with ini files; specifying Octal / Hexadecimal / Binary digits; converting numbers to Binary; generating random strings and numbers; simple Noughts and Crosses game.
elder_cat
Researching the Aztecs - KS2

Researching the Aztecs - KS2

This resource includes: PPT Starter Integrated handbook for students to complete all about ‘the Aztecs’ ‘Code breaker’ plenary Lesson plan Support ‘cheat sheet’ for L.A Students This lesson plan is based around using ‘microsoft encarta’ for researching, however the lesson could easily be used alongside other similar software. Enjoy!
HDLouise
Absolute Reference

Absolute Reference

This spreadsheet demonstrates import function on the other sheet called Imported Data. It utilises Index, Match as an example and has an example of auto sort. The students simply have to research to fill in the yellow boxes and update the formula in the last two tables to make the relative cell reference to an absolute on before dragging down.
coe4bob
Python Basics Help

Python Basics Help

a power point which details some of the different aspects of python programming, covering such topics as variables, debugging, comments and statements
dominicberesford1993
Python Pack

Python Pack

a collection of text files which feature python code including: Creating coloured patterns Guess the Number X’s and O’s
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