All units follow the UK National Curriculum for Computing and contain all teaching materials, lesson activities, assessments, mark schemes, homework activities, videos, code samples, help sheets, software tutorials and full solutions.
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A series of video tutorials aimed at GCSE Computer Science students.
The tutorials teaches exam relevant concepts useful for all exam boards that offer GCSE Computing or Computer Science.
Teaches Intermediate and Advanced level skills and assumes some basic previous knowledge of App Inventor (i.e. they have done the cat/paint-pot/mole-masher standard tutorials on the App Inventor Website).
These are all the assets needed to create the Fly Splat app with your students.
It is intermediate/advanced level in that it uses TinyWebDB among other components to make it multi-user.
You'll find the app and the link here:
The book covers more than 27 tested and working projects using external components. Various programming languages are used in the projects to give the user broader knowledge and experience in programming.
The following are given for each project:
• Title of the project
• Description of the project
• Aim of the project
• Difficulty level
• Block diagram
• Circuit diagram
• Program listing
• Try for yourself
Complete programs are given for each project. In addition, the logical operation of the projects are described briefly in each section. Students are encouraged to go through the projects in the order given in the book.
It is expected that the readers have some experience of programming the BBC micro:bit computer using either the Block Editor, Touch Develop, or the MicroPython programming language.
Students still need to know how to Touch Type even in this world of ‘swiping’ technology. This pack has activities and posters for Windows, Mac and Chrome Keyboards. Project to your whiteboard for the ‘Practice Letter’ of the day. You do not need access to a computer, just print out out a white keyboard for students to colour in the letter they are practising or print out a color keyboard and laminate so that students can practise with the color coded keyboard fingering. Print, laminate and bag all of the different Practice Keyboard Cards, put up some of the posters and create an independent Learning Centre that students can use when they have finished their work or for rainy days. If you have an old computer that is only good for wordprocessing, then stick the Keyboarding practice cards to the outside of the monitor so that students can practise on a real keyboard.
This package contains
A Keyboard Practice and a Keyboard Cards file for Windows
A Keyboard Practice and a Keyboard Cards file for Mac
A Keyboard Practice and a Keyboard Cards file for Chromebook