Input & Output devicesQuick View

Input & Output devices

Fully self marking quiz. Students decide if each type of hardware is an input device or output device. All formulae is hidden. Scores revealed at the end to allow multiple attempts to gain full marks. Teacher password: teacher (needed to unlock cell for editing)
dwardle1978@yahoo.co.uk
Computer Systems, Input, Output and Storage DevicesQuick View

Computer Systems, Input, Output and Storage Devices

9 high quality worksheets packed with including activities about: - Types of computer systems (desktop, laptop, netbook, tablet, smartphone) - Matching a computer system to different people (e.g. plumber, teacher etc) - Matching up Input, Output, Storage and Connectivity descriptions - Writing examples of input, output, storage and connectivity devices - Actuators - Types of printers (dye sublimation, inkjet, laser, dot matrix) - Storage types (optical, magnetic, solid state, cloud) - including comparisons and definitions - Exam style questions Links to web videos Suitable for KS3 and KS4 This is an extract from my Cambridge Nationals workbook. Designed to aid efficient learning and save photocopying by making efficient use of page space.
clickschool
Technology - Input & Output DevicesQuick View

Technology - Input & Output Devices

Powerpoint about The Computer System - Input and Output Devices. Help to teach and explain the difference between Inputs and Outputs. Used in Technology Unit. (Technology Beyond School)
clarenutbeam
Input and Output devicesQuick View

Input and Output devices

Input and Output devices This is a 36 page PowerPoint about input and output devices. The students can go through this at their own pace. Objectives: • Be able to explain what input and output devices are: • Be able to identify input and output devices • Consider the uses of input and output devices
wsparrow
Input Process OutputQuick View

Input Process Output

Test your knowledge of IPO by clicking on the correct inputs and outputs for six different devices. Answer checking routines included, lots of hint material provided, as well as some tutorials at the beginning for some basic IPO understanding.
cheesytrees
Hardware - Input and Output devices (WJEC GCSE Computing)Quick View

Hardware - Input and Output devices (WJEC GCSE Computing)

This resource is a lesson aimed at teaching the WJEC GCSE Computer Science. This lesson is lesson 1 in the Hardware unit, looking at what makes a computer. This lesson has 4 learning objectives that are structured in the IDEAL format: *I can identify input and output devices. *I can describe the difference between an input and output device. *I can explain the use of input devices in our everyday lives. *I can link my understanding of systems to explain how a range of different customers may use input devices differently. This lesson is designed with a challenge objective to stretch your most able students, whilst supporting your LA students. A homework task is also included for students to consolidate their knowledge outside of the classroom. Review the lesson before teaching to see how the animations will work in your lesson. Enjoy!
MrBPhysics
Input, output and storage devicesQuick View

Input, output and storage devices

Lesson PowerPoint with explanations about devices and the theory of input, output and processing of computer systems. Worksheet to go with it. Please let me know if there are any amendments to be made or anything that can be added to improve the resource.
frankiemarie
ICT/INPUT, OUTPUT AND STORAGE DEVICESQuick View

ICT/INPUT, OUTPUT AND STORAGE DEVICES

A totally animated presentation that explains the concept of input, output and storage devices. The presentation also includes 20 questions that makes fun the recap part. Also there are an assessment and a poster in this resource. May this will be helpful for everyone.
Copolat
Input and Output Devices KS3 lesson including homeworkQuick View

Input and Output Devices KS3 lesson including homework

This resource includes a PowerPoint presentation, starter worksheet (designed to be readable when printed A5 size), and homework sheet (A4). The lesson builds on hardware components and looks at input and output devices. The lesson is the third in the 'How a Computer Works' topic.
MrHawes8
Year 7: Input & Output DevicesQuick View

Year 7: Input & Output Devices

This simple activity is meant to be carried out using the powerpoint file on a collaborative platform (Office 365 or GSuite) that allows pupils to get a shared copy of the file on which to work. The PDF shows the kind of output possible with this activity (a range of standards are shown). Quite a good way to get them to investigate input/output devices without having to create a table and a set of 'pokemon' style cards - with good content - can form a good set of subject notes.
Carl67
GCSE DT 1 to 9 Theory: Unit 2 System Approach to Design Electronics Input OutputQuick View

GCSE DT 1 to 9 Theory: Unit 2 System Approach to Design Electronics Input Output

GCSE DT 1 to 9 Theory: Systems Approach to Design with Electronic Input and output teacher presentation student worksheets Best Selling GCSE DT 1 to 9 Resources on TES! Complete presentation of Systems Approach to Design with Electronic Input and output including systems, input, output, closed, open systems. All electronic input and output devices, exam questions by differentiation, key words and diagrams. Student lesson worksheets are interactive and great fun. Includes Diagram Time, Snip’n’ Flip, Word Banks, Starters and more. This is an absolute must for all new DT New Spec teachers and will serve you for years to come! Fully editable with your own school logo and high quality worksheets for students to work through in class and use for revision. GENIUS! Ideal for Key Stage 3 and 4.
fastball1718
Revision Questions _2_ Input & Output DevicesQuick View

Revision Questions _2_ Input & Output Devices

This is a 11 page revision guide that covers everything about the topic under consideration. It is based on the current IGCSE ICT syllabus. It is suitable for both after topic assessment as well as revision tool for the final year students. More so, it also contains past questions regarding the topic so as to prepare the students for the type of questions asked. Please, if you find this resource useful, kindly rate it, make comments, review and recommend it to others. And don’t forget to follow and visit my shop. Thank you for using the resource.
ohiolei_sunlaw
A-Level Computer Science - Input, Output and StorageQuick View

A-Level Computer Science - Input, Output and Storage

This is a 50 mark assessment to check students understanding of input, output and storage devices. As the new spec for OCR is quite new. I went through all of the computing spec to find old questions which will map into the new specification. This gives you a good idea of how your students are performing. Students will answer the questions and their is an answer sheet for you to use so that you can mark your students. I currently use the OCR A-Level grade boundaries for a rough idea.
r_chambers
Cambridge IGCSE in ICT – Unit 2 – Input and Output DevicesQuick View

Cambridge IGCSE in ICT – Unit 2 – Input and Output Devices

Here you will find PowerPoints, worksheets, activities, internet research questions related to the Cambridge recommended text book Cambridge IGCSE in ICT by Paul Clowrey and Colin Stobart, with questions and other supporting materials to help you teach the unit. Each unit is labelled with the same sub sections as in the syllabus and text book for teaching the IGCSE in ICT, as to make it easy to use as possible.
milorad
Inputs / Outputs WordsearchQuick View

Inputs / Outputs Wordsearch

Find the input and output devices and then colour code them to show students understand they are input or output devices.
haltest
Input/output/storageQuick View

Input/output/storage

Fully differentiated teacher PPT (including student tasks) covering: To be able to define a computer system. To identify input, output and storage devices. To be able to explain the use of different storage devices using examples. Includes revision sheet with home learning tasks.
hannahconnell