Computing teaching resources: Binary

Resources and ideas for computing, binary, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

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

A Level Computer Science Revision Pack

A Level Computer Science Revision Pack

5 Worksheets + 1 workbok on a range of topics including:Lexical & Syntax analysisBig O NotationStacks & QueuesBinary, Binary Addition & SubtractionHexadecimalTwo's ComplimentNetworksThe InternetSoftware Development MethodologiesIdeal for homework or starting point of a revision session

By moggga

GCSE Computing OCR spec bundle

GCSE Computing OCR spec bundle

5 x revision worksheets + 1 Starter activity sheetLogic GatesTechnical Terminology (Wide range of topic areas)SoftwareNetworksDatabases

By moggga

Computing Networks 10 Lessons

Computing Networks 10 Lessons

Great Value for £1 per lesson! Lessons on every topic of networks. All contain lesson starters and several tasks to complete. Lesson are all above 15 slides and will last for the whole hour lesson. Very good for teaching classes and helping them to achieve the highest grades!

By AfshinKouhyar

IGCSE ICT Revision. Unit 2: Input and Output devices

IGCSE ICT Revision. Unit 2: Input and Output devices

This section covers the second unit of the IGCSE ICT syllabus. Subtopics discussed here are: 2.1 input devices and their uses 2.2 direct data entry and associated devices 2.3 output devices and their usesSample past year questions are added after each section to give students a better understanding of type of the questions.

By abdullah_sakman

4x Electricity Poster (A2 High Quality)

4x Electricity Poster (A2 High Quality)

Colourful electricity classroom poster guaranteed to spark your students' interest. Download included the poster file with red, green, blue and yellow backgrounds.Includes all major energy conversions and measures in a creative and captivating way.Poster at 5388 x 7296 pixels ready for A2 Printing. Downloads are in .png file format.

By MikeySkilton

Computing worksheets

Computing worksheets

Ready-to-use worksheets you can immediately use in your classroom to teach the following topics: - Inside a computer - Binary, denary and Hex conversion - Logic Gates and Truth Tables All packs include an answer booklet making your life even easier. Saves you hours of work.

By nwilkin

Binary worksheet and homework pack

Binary worksheet and homework pack

A fabulous pack of 10 worksheets and homework tasks that can be used in your lessons when you are teaching binary, denary and hex conversion and adding with binary.Answer book included.

By nwilkin

Topic Specific Computing Revision Tests

Topic Specific Computing Revision Tests

Includes 4 tests that allows pupils to focus on one key topic area at a time. Tests include: - Data representation - Ethical, environmental, and legal issues - Inside a computer - Networks

By nwilkin

Year 11 Final Computing Revision lesson – Escape Room scenario

Year 11 Final Computing Revision lesson – Escape Room scenario

This fun final lesson with your year 11 pupils before their computing theory exam, uses a version of an “Escape Room” game in which the pupils need to work in teams to complete a number of mental and physical challenges, all of which help them with last minute revision of key topics. This lesson requires minimal setting up before the class arrives and is sure to make a memorable, useful and fun final lesson that you and your students can all enjoy.Read the teacher’s guide to find out how to set up the room (this should take no longer than 5 minutes) and then run a quick presentation once the class arrive. Give each team a single sheet handout to get started and after that, the pupils are self-guiding as they research answers to exam questions, solve puzzles and crack codes to find the final codes and save the day. There is a comprehensive “hints and solutions” guide which gives you lots of helpful hints to tell the pupils if they get stuck, along with the correct solutions.Easy to set up, fun to run, helps revise key points and can be used year after year – what more could you want in your final lesson with your year 11 classes?

By nwilkin

Instructions stored as binary - data representation

Instructions stored as binary - data representation

A full lesson presentation which can be used to give students an understanding of how instructions are stored as binary. Keywords covered: opcode, operand, bit pattern, mnemonics, instruction set, high level language etc.

By jan3333

GCSE Computing - Revision on a page

GCSE Computing - Revision on a page

Selection of handy revision sheets that summarise the main aspects of the GCSE curriculum. The focus is on the AQA 8520 (9 - 1) specification but this could be easily applied to other specifications.Free GCSE ICT revision on a page included as a sample.Also KS3 computer systems revision given for free.

By chrdol72

OCR GCSE Computing revision flash cards

OCR GCSE Computing revision flash cards

These fully completed flash cards cover ALL 88 sub-topics for the OCR GCSE A451 Computing exam.I was asked by one of my students to make these, so here they are.I hope they are useful to your students.

By doradora17

Boolean Logic (Gates) Cheatsheet

Boolean Logic (Gates) Cheatsheet

Two pages of Boolean Logic (Gates) examples. Perfect to laminate 30 double sided and use these as hand outs in lesson. Or to print these out for each student to keep a copy in their folders. Includes the four main logic gates with rules, diagrams, truth tables and expressions. Also a page on combining gates, and overview of the Full Adder and SR Flip Flop latch.Perfect introduction for both GCSE and A Level students.

By MikeySkilton

GCSE Computing Logic Gates Worksheet

GCSE Computing Logic Gates Worksheet

Worksheet revision poster for logic gates. Focus on the NOT OR and AND gates for the OCR Computing GCSEBasic revision on one side, past exam questions on the reverse.

By moggga

OCR - J276 - Computer Science Student Tracker

OCR - J276 - Computer Science Student Tracker

This student tracker is an individual student's record of progress across a 2 year Key Stage 4 (can easily be adapted to fit 3 years).By using data straight from a SIMs export, you can quickly and easily produce a double sided A3 progress tracker to record overall progress according to their KS3>KS4 flightpath, assessment results for the 2 year period, teacher and student feedback, along with their theory/skill development.

By ALawrence66

Boolean Logic (Gates) Poster (A2 Quality)

Boolean Logic (Gates) Poster (A2 Quality)

Colourful introductory Logic Gates classroom poster.Includes the four main logic gates with rules, diagrams, truth tables and expressions.Poster at 4960 x 7096 pixels ready for A2 Printing. Download is a .png file.

By MikeySkilton

Data Representation Test

Data Representation Test

This is a written test about how data is represented in a computer system. It includes questions on binary, denary, hexadecimal, binary addition, logic gates, truth tables, ASCII, bitmaps and vector images and machine code.Suitable for KS3 and GCSE. A useful revision tool to help GCSE pupils recognise gaps in their knowledge.

By nwilkin

TopicTest1 : Cambridge Technicals Level 3 Spec 2016 Unit 1 Fundamentals of IT

TopicTest1 : Cambridge Technicals Level 3 Spec 2016 Unit 1 Fundamentals of IT

This topic test focuses on Unit 1 L01 and Unit 1 L02 - there are lots of conversion questions. I used this test after covering the first two LOs. The test is one hour. I made students show working so that I can check their techniques even though the exam questions may not ask for workings. During learning stage, it will be useful. Sample solution is provided. Marks allocation are also included on the test paper but may not included on the space provided on the picture.The binary conversion approach may look long-winded but that was the approach shown on the text book and I decided to use the same conversion approach to help students remember. For multiple choice, it doesn't matter which approach they use. If show working is expected, I asked my students to follow the approach used in the text book, which was why the sample solution used that - if you are wondering why i chose a long-winded way.

By AlysR

A Level Computer Science PowerPoint presentations covering wide range of topics

A Level Computer Science PowerPoint presentations covering wide range of topics

66 PowerPoint presentations (plus worksheets with some extra questions) covering wide range of topics for A Level Computer Science which includes OOP Object Oriented programming e.g. Encapsulation, Polymorphism, System Architecture, CASE tools, Operating system, Random access and serial access, Memory addresses, Address resolution, Debugging tools, Data structures, Hash tables, Data representation, Software engineering topics, DBMS, RDBMS, Normalization, Data processing, Data validation and verification,Memory and Storage devices, Hardware, Software OS etc, Sorting and searching techniques, Analog and Digital, Algorithms, Variables, Data types, Logical Operators, Data transmission, Circuit switching and packet switching, Protocols, Handshaking, Topologies, Privacy and Security, HCI, System design, Feasibility study, Top down, changeover, maintenance

By sekhon1976

80 Computing Starters for KS3

80 Computing Starters for KS3

An incredible amount of starter ideas for KS3 computing lessons.They are aligned to the Computing programme of study for Key stage 3: offering you some ready-planned (no teacher time required) starters for your lessons.Generic starters are offered, as well as specialist starters covering the following topics:Computational abstractionsKey algorithmsProgrammingBoolean logicHardware and softwareInstructions within a computer systemData storageCreative projectsDigital artefactsE-SafetyAll designed to help you improve your practice, and are formatted for you and ready to go!

By studeapps