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How can you teach your students about embedded systems, in an engaging way? The key is to break up the theory into small manageable chunks and reinforce each section with a variety of activities. And that is exactly what this computer science lesson does.

Why spend hours making your own resources when it is all done for you? Download this embedded systems computing lesson today and save yourself all that preparation.

Suitable for GCSE Computer Science pupils following either OCR GCSE Computer Science (J277) or AQA GCSE Computer Science (8520) syllabuses.

This lesson includes:

  • an attractive dyslexia friendly PowerPoint presentation,
  • differentiated lesson objectives,
  • a video to change focus and break up the lesson,
  • loads of individual and group tasks and questions,
  • a printable ready to use worksheet for classwork,
  • 3 differentiated exam style questions which can be used either in the plenary or set for a homework task,
  • a comprehensive 3-page teacher’s lesson plan including ALL THE ANSWERS.

With virtually no preparation (apart from photocopying the worksheets) you will be ready to teach about your classes about:

  • What an embedded system is
  • How an embedded system differs from a general purpose computer system
  • Identifying the purpose, input, process and outputs of a variety of embedded systems
  • Identifying the benefits of using embedded systems

DURATION: 1 lesson

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2 months ago

Love it!


3 years ago

Thanks for sharing


3 years ago

Thank you so much!


5 years ago


5 years ago

Excellent lesson. Thank you.

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