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18 ICT/Computing Theory Lessons & Homework Booklets

18 ICT/Computing Theory Lessons & Homework Booklets

When these booklets are printed you have 8 theory lessons primarily based on the BBC Bitesize website. Follow the bitesize online pages and activities and complete the task sheets. Homework can be completed on the homework booklet. They have been designed to be used without computers and there are enough lessons for 1 every 2 weeks. Hope they are useful

By anthellison

NEW BTEC Tech Award in Digital Technologies and Tools - Personalised Learning Checklists

NEW BTEC Tech Award in Digital Technologies and Tools - Personalised Learning Checklists

Supporting the NEW EdExcel BTEC Tech Award (Formerly known as BTEC Tech Award in IT) BTEC Tech Award in Digital Technologies and Tools Personalised Learning Checklists for Component 1, Component 2 and Component 3. Keep a record of student progress against the new syllabus content (1 - Grasped concept, 2 - need to revise, 3 - Did not understand (complete revisit). Ideal for completing after interim assessment, and will allow easy identification of areas for further teaching and intervention.

By Pipjen77

9-1 Computer Science Mock Exam

9-1 Computer Science Mock Exam

Mock exam for new Year 11 students. Topics covered include: Unit 1: Systems Architecture, software, memory and storage. Unit 2: Algorithms, Translators & Language Facilitators, Computational Thinking and Programming Concepts Question sheet (for written mock) and Teacher Solution Provided.

By Pipjen77

BTEC ICT Year 11 Mock Exam

BTEC ICT Year 11 Mock Exam

Written: Online World (LA.A) Practical: Unit 6 Graphics - Task 3 As the Year 10 become Year 11, I need to give them a mock exam. This tests their knowledge of Unit 1, and provides more coursework evidence for Unit 6.

By Pipjen77

KS3 Graphics Project - Juicin'

KS3 Graphics Project - Juicin'

A final short unit for the end of Key Stage 3: Creating graphics for a smoothie company called Juicin'. This resource includes a working document for students and an introduction to the scenario.

By Pipjen77

Google classroom - Logging in, the first time. A handy picture guide.

Google classroom - Logging in, the first time. A handy picture guide.

This handy guide is designed to help pupils logging in to Google classroom for the first time. Complete with handy screenshot images and arrows to indicate where the pupils should be looking, clicking and entering information. The pupils will be prompted to type in their own password during this initial log in and it shows them how to use the website www.dinopass.com to help them do this well. Please note, the teacher, or school tech support need to have already created pupil email addresses and generated a pupil initial login password prior to the pupils using this handy picture guide to logging in.

By idj

Computational Thinking for KS4

Computational Thinking for KS4

This comprehensive unit of work introduces the concepts of computational thinking to students at KS4. It covers all elements of computational thinking such as Decomposition, Pattern Recognition, Abstraction and Algorithmic Design. I have also included debugging within the work. Each section is explained and followed by tasks to help develop student understanding. I have also included a 'supermarket sweep' computational thinking problem and a final project exercise which has three levels of difficulty. ***Please leave a review!***

By RobbotResources

csv files with Python

csv files with Python

A useful single document to help teach pupils (and teachers) about writing to and reading from a .csv file using Python. This handout helps pupils and teacher brush up on your Python skills and works well as a handy reference guide. This document includes an explanation of writing to and reading from a .csv (comma separated value) file using Python and gives examples of code with easy to follow explanations. It also includes a single page of 6 challenges for students to complete which is ideal for photocopying and distributing to students to work through and practice their new skills. There is even a suggested answer to each of the challenges in case you get stuck. The challenges do assume the pupils have an understanding of the basics of Python including variables and if statements, loops, converting between integers and strings and using 2D lists. For more lessons and complete units of work visit www.nicholawilkin.com.

By nwilkin

Tuples, Lists and Directories in Python

Tuples, Lists and Directories in Python

A useful single document to help teach pupils (and teachers) about Tuples, Lists and Directories in Python. This handout helps pupils and teacher brush up on your Python skills and works well as a handy reference guide. This document includes an explanation of what Tuples, Lists and Directories are and gives examples of code with easy to follow explanations. It also includes a single page of 11 challenges for students to complete which is ideal for photocopying and distributing to students to work through and practice their new skills. There is even a suggested answer to each of the challenges in case you get stuck. This document is a quick and helpful reference guide which works together well with the others in the series “String Manipulation”, “One-Dimensional Arrays” and “Two-Dimensional Arrays, Lists and Directories”. Together these document give you a good grounding in understanding what can be a complicated area of programming for pupils to master. The challenges do assume the pupils have an understanding of the basics of Python including variables, If statements, For and While loops. For more lessons and complete units of work visit www.nicholawilkin.com.

By nwilkin

String Manipulation in Python

String Manipulation in Python

A useful single document to help teach pupils (and teachers) about String Manipulation in Python. This handout helps pupils and teacher brush up on your Python skills and works well as a handy reference guide. This document includes an explanation of how to manipulate strings in Python and gives examples of code with easy to follow explanations. It also includes a single page of 7 challenges for students to complete which is ideal for photocopying and distributing to students to work through and practice their new skills. There is even a suggested answer to each of the challenges in case you get stuck. This document is a quick and helpful reference guide which works together well with the others in the series “Tuples, Lists and Directories ”, “One-Dimensional Arrays” and “Two-Dimensional Arrays, Lists and Directories”. Together these document give you a good grounding in understanding what can be a complicated area of programming for pupils to master. The challenges do assume the pupils have an understanding of the basics of Python including variables, If statements, For and While loops. For more lessons and complete units of work visit www.nicholawilkin.com.

By nwilkin

Two-Dimensional Arrays, Lists and Directories in Python

Two-Dimensional Arrays, Lists and Directories in Python

A useful single document to help teach pupils (and teachers) about 2D Arrays, 2D Lists and 2D Directories in Python. This handout helps pupils and teacher brush up on your Python skills and works well as a handy reference guide. This document includes an explanation of 2D Arrays, 2D Lists and 2D Directories work and gives examples of code with easy to follow explanations. It also includes a single page of 9 challenges for students to complete which is ideal for photocopying and distributing to students to work through and practice their new skills. There is even a suggested answer to each of the challenges in case you get stuck. This document is a quick and helpful reference guide which works together well with the others in the series “Tuples, Lists and Directories”, “String Manipulation” and “One-Dimensional Arrays”. Together these document give you a good grounding in understanding what can be a complicated area of programming for pupils to master. The challenges do assume the pupils have an understanding of the basics of Python including variables, If statements, For and While loops. For more lessons and complete units of work visit www.nicholawilkin.com.

By nwilkin