Exam Worksheets. Computer Science for IGCSE, GCSE and UK National Curriculum.

Exam Worksheets. Computer Science for IGCSE, GCSE and UK National Curriculum.

This Bundle includes the topics as follows: Conversion of Binary to Decimal Conversion of Decimal to Binary Conversion of Decimal to Hexa-decimal Conversion of Binary to Hexa-deimal Conversion of Hexa-decimal to Binary Conversion of Hexa-decimal to Decimal Calculating Memory Sizes for Bit, Nibble, Byte, KiloByte, MegaByte, GigaByte and TeraByte Construction/Drawing Conversion Table of Decimal, Binary, Octal and Hexa-decimal Use of basic 16 Hexa-colour codes and their Hex colour values
suas2016
1&2 Bit Binary Art

1&2 Bit Binary Art

This tool creates 10 by 10 one-bit-per-pixel or two-bits-per-pixel binary images from a binary string of 0 and 1s. The choice of colour palette is left to the user with a default black and white option. Works well with snipping tool to use as part of a computing science digital portfolio. could be used in a wide variety of lessons within the context of data representation.
OliverJennings
Binary and Hexadecimal for GCSE

Binary and Hexadecimal for GCSE

A high quality, complete course for the teaching of binary and hexadecimal concepts for GCSE. Students can scan the QR codes in the worksheet to see a video of the question being worked through, step-by-step, this ensures that all students of different ability levels can access the content and practice the skills. Contains: A full set of teaching presentations showing step-by-step how-to guides to each type of conversion (Keynote/PowerPoint/PDF) A comprehensive set of worksheets with explainers and QR code based video workthroughs (PDF) Front page (how-to guide) Binary to Denary Denary to Binary Binary Addition Binary Subtraction Hexadecimal to Denary Denary to Hexadecimal Binary to Hexadecimal Hexadecimal to Binary Bitwise Manipulation (Bit shifting) Answers One PDF file with all of the above Assessment set: Synoptic assessment (Word/PDF) Markscheme (Word/PDF) Markscheme workthrough (PDF) Question level analysis document (Excel) Guide to using the Question level analysis document This covers the specification for all major GCSE courses and can also be used for KS3 and the basis of KS4 Computer Science. Please feel free to mix and match as appropriate.
lessonhacker
OCR GCSE Computer Science Student eBook

OCR GCSE Computer Science Student eBook

Frustrated with the lack of a straightforward, to-the-point text book for this course (OCR GCSE Computer Science J276), I decided to compile the lesson resources that I have written over the past two years into this free eBook. Besides written content and diagrams to explain concepts, I have included links to many YouTube videos that will allow pupils to go deeper into topics and learn in ways other than just reading. You should be able to simply click on the image on all “Video” pages to link to the appropriate YouTube page straight from the PDF. This eBook is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International license, so please feel free to share it with others - teachers, pupils or whomever you think might be interested in it! However, if you do so, please do point them back to this page as means of attribution. This is the first resource that I have published on TES.com so I would love to receive your feedback, particularly if find it useful or if you have suggestions for improvement. I have worksheets that I have written for each topic with this spec that I hope to upload in due course. Other resources that might be useful to you If you do find this eBook useful, you may be interested in my YouTube channel where I have produced a number of original videos to explain Computer Science topics as well as put together playlists of great videos from other YouTubers: https://www.youtube.com/mrawdimmick Finally, if you are teaching GCSE Computer Science then you might be interested in my online Python course hosted on repl.it. As a “community” classroom you can point your students directly to it for some self-learning or you can “Import and Teach” the class into your own Repl.it Classroom for you to invite your pupils to join so that you can track their progress and provide feedback on their work: https://repl.it/community/classrooms/29589
adimmick
Year 7 End of Year Exam Feedback

Year 7 End of Year Exam Feedback

This is a feedback resource to go with another user’s exam. The link to the exam is https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/year-7-end-of-year-exam-computing-with-mark-scheme-11351763
sam9486
Interactive Logic Gate Learning resource WIP

Interactive Logic Gate Learning resource WIP

I have created an interactive learning resources for logic gates and boolean algebra . It contains 10 puzzles to solve and it’s a work in progress but is hopefully (**after some more bug fixes **) now fully working and has been checked for bugs. It is an .exe file. The presentation still needs improving but thought I would throw it out there and see what people think. You are welcome to use it with your classes just make sure both files are placed in the same folder for the .exe to run. New version, you can now drag gates after the set them down by left clicking and holding on gates! Please support me with reviews and constructive feedback, this will encourage further improvements.
axepage1
Year 9 Computer Science Assessment

Year 9 Computer Science Assessment

This year 9 computer science assessment could either be used at the start of the year to assess suitability or at the end to assess learning. Another option is to do both and measure student progress and impact of teaching. Students aspiring to student computer science at GCSE must aim to score between 30 and 75. Answers/ Mark scheme provided.
chris_vidal
Differentiated Binary Worksheets

Differentiated Binary Worksheets

A set of four binary to denary (and vice versa) differentiated worksheets (Low, Middle, High, Extension). Can be used as a homework or classroom task. Based upon maths mastery these worksheets get progressively harder, culminating in a final extension task which will get your students thinking. (The hot task does contain an error on purpose, see if your students can fix it.)
mrdfern94
GCSE Computer Science - Number systems resource pack

GCSE Computer Science - Number systems resource pack

Pack of all my resources for Computer Science number systems topics. Includes: Posters and wall displays for converting denary to binary and vice versa Posters and wall displays for converting hexadecimal to binary and vice versa Number line wall display including denary, binary, and hexadecimal numbers Number line wall display including denary and negative binary numbers (in sign and magnitude and two’s complement) Binary shifts worksheets (with answers) Binary revision worksheets (with answers) End of unit binary test (with answers) Binary crossword
csteacher2048
Computer Science denary, hexadecimal, and binary number line

Computer Science denary, hexadecimal, and binary number line

Binary number line for classroom displays, suitable for GCSE, A-Level, or IB Computer Science. Download includes: Binary, hex, and denary values from 0 to 20 Binary and denary values from 0 to -20 (sign and magnitude) Binary and denary values from 0 to -20(two’s complement) Binary and denary values from 0 to -20(both systems on the same line) For clarity, hexadecimal values are not shown for negative numbers. Each set of numbers is on an A3 sized sheet that can be printed as A4 if required.
csteacher2048
GCSE Computer Science posters pack

GCSE Computer Science posters pack

A collection of posters suitable for GCSE Computer Science and IB Computer Science. Includes: Matching binary, hexadecimal, and denary numbers Converting between binary, denary, and hexadecimal numbers 14 unique posters total, each with black background and white background versions.
csteacher2048
Computer Science denary to hexadecimal posters

Computer Science denary to hexadecimal posters

Collection of 8 hexadecimal themed classroom posters (plus variations). Perfect for GCSE Computer Science and IB Computer Science classroom displays. Collection includes: 2 posters for calculating the denary value of hexadecimal numbers 2 posters for calculating the hexadecimal value of denary numbers 2 posters for matching denary to hexadecimal 2 posters for matching binary to hexadecimal Posters are fully editable Word documents and each includes a version with a black background and a version with a white background (to save ink). A3 sized, but obviously can be printed smaller.
csteacher2048
Computer Science denary to binary posters

Computer Science denary to binary posters

Collection of 6 binary themed classroom posters (plus variations). Perfect for GCSE Computer Science and IB Computer Science classroom displays. Collection includes: 2 posters for calculating the binary value of denary numbers 2 posters for calculating the denary value of binary numbers 2 posters for matching binary to denary (or vice versa) Posters are fully editable Word documents and each includes a version with a black background and a version with a white background (to save ink). A3 sized, but obviously can be printed smaller.
csteacher2048
Binary Pattern Spreadsheet

Binary Pattern Spreadsheet

Pupils can use this resource to familarise themselves with 8-bit binary. Use color instead of 1’s and leave squares blank if they are 0’s Example on first pattern Three Pattern Levels Easy to Hard If the pupils complete the calculations correctly, they will have created retro game sprites.
LUKEB82
Variety of Computer Science worksheets

Variety of Computer Science worksheets

These are a bit dated looking, but still relevant. Have attached word files so they can be edited. Covers Binary Signed Bit Twos Complement Memory Size Conversion Graphics Calculations Floating Point Representation Binary Addition and Subtraction Binary Multiplication Hexadecimal
PaperAirplane
Denary to Binary Number - Intro

Denary to Binary Number - Intro

Information/exercise pack on how to convert Denary to Binary Numbers. Includes step by step method as well as a number of different exercises to complete once the method has been learned.
jwilliamsKMS
[GCSE] Computer Science Python FULL COURSE

[GCSE] Computer Science Python FULL COURSE

I have recently updated my coding activities. This is my introductory unit that I use in the first year of GCSE. It starts of with basics such as inputs and outputs, complex selection (IF) statements, building up to introductory arrays tasks. I have included links to the tutorial videos for the tasks which require them. I have included the student ‘starter’ files for some of the programs that require them I have included solution python files for the majority of tasks. The booklet has about 15 individual tasks. Several of these have extension tasks. Some of the individual tasks are actually a set of 10-15 challenging coding questions. This represents my full first year of introducing Python coding to GCSE level. I have other follow up activity booklets after this one that focus on STRING manipulation, FUNCTIONS, ARRAYS and 2D ARRAYS including FILE READING AND WRITING as well as some exemplar PROJECT PRACTICE tasks which I will be uploading shortly. I have uploaded the booklet in word format, so you can make changes if necessary and taken off the front cover. I have also included a PPT of starter questions which I use at the beginning of the lessons. I have uploaded separately some of the End of Topic quizzes which assess the understanding of this area. I have also included an activity in here which I use as an introduction to the GCSE coursework, but it is scaled down and appropriate to the material covered I haven’t included solutions for the challenges, or for the activities with the video support - if you think that you need these, please email me, but if you are following the scheme of work, they should be good problem solving practice.
PaperAirplane
AQA GCSE Computer Science Workbook (9-1)

AQA GCSE Computer Science Workbook (9-1)

A workbook covering the whole of the AQA GCSE Computer Science course. Each section has a combination of theory and questions. In class we use it to help students struture their notes and all students are provided with the workbook at the start of the year. Depending on your version of Word, occasionally the formatting may be slightly off-kilter with some information jumping between pages. So it is worth double checking before it goes to print - I learnt that the hard way!
gdown3