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IGCSE ICT: Communication

IGCSE ICT: Communication

This presentation covers constraints that affect the use of email, group email, spam and its effects, internet usage-intranet, cloud technology, http(s), URL, ISP, FTP, blogs, wikis, social networking, internet search, reliability of information and more. Suitable for teaching KS4 IGCSE ICT.

By ohiolei_sunlaw

E-safety lessons and activities bundle

E-safety lessons and activities bundle

This is a great set of internet safety teaching resources for KS1 and KS2, which gives you everything you need for this important area of primary education!Included:*Social media lesson*General internet safety lesson*Digital footprints lesson*Cyberbullying lesson*E-safety activity pack (contains a board game and a word puzzle, plus a selection of the independent tasks from the above lessons)All lessons contain full planning, differentiated activities and a teacher PowerPoint.Please see the Goldtopfox shop for a full range of useful teaching resources:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox

By goldtopfox

HTML, CSS and Javascript - Teacher Presentation

HTML, CSS and Javascript - Teacher Presentation

A PowerPoint presentation which can be used by the teacher to teach the purpose of HTML, CSS and Javascript in the development of webpages at KS3, KS4, or KS5.Learning Objective1) To understand the purpose of both html and css when creating a web page. 2) To be able to identify the purpose of JavaScript and to understand the difference between client-side and server-side languages.

By compteacheruk

Upper KS2 Online Safety Scheme of Work

Upper KS2 Online Safety Scheme of Work

Get your school ahead of the game with lessons in online safety. A comprehensive scheme of work for children in years five and six to follow.Clear teaching points, mastery questions and suggested resources/activities. Links to 2014 Primary National Curriculum.3 main areas of learning: e-awareness, online communication and searching the internet.Very clear and easy to plan from to help children progress in this area and stay safe on the internet at school and at home.

By Squelch1

Y6 E-Safety/Online Safety Scheme of Work

Y6 E-Safety/Online Safety Scheme of Work

A comprehensive scheme of work for children in year 6 to follow.Clear teaching points, mastery questions and suggested resources/activities. Links to 2014 Primary National Curriculum.3 main areas of learning: e-awareness, online communication and searching the internet.Very clear and easy to plan from to help children progress in this area and stay safe on the internet at school and at home.

By Squelch1

KS2 Online Safety Scheme of Work

KS2 Online Safety Scheme of Work

Get your school ahead of the game with lessons in online safety. A comprehensive scheme of work for children in years three, four, five and six to follow.Clear teaching points, mastery questions and suggested resources/activities. Links to 2014 Primary National Curriculum.3 main areas of learning: e-awareness, online communication and searching the internet.Very clear and easy to plan from to help children progress in this area and stay safe on the internet at school and at home.

By Squelch1

Online Safety Unit of Work for KS1 and KS2

Online Safety Unit of Work for KS1 and KS2

Get your school ahead of the game with lessons in online safety. Help children in your school to stay safe online.A comprehensive scheme of work for children in years one through to six.Clear teaching points, mastery questions and suggested resources/activities. Links to 2014 Primary National Curriculum.3 main areas of learning: e-awareness, online communication and searching the internet.Very clear and easy to plan from to help children progress in this area and stay safe on the internet at school and at home.

By Squelch1

KS2 and KS3 Computing and ICT: ESafety Quiz

KS2 and KS3 Computing and ICT: ESafety Quiz

An interactive quiz for the whole class through an IWB, which can be used as a starter or plenary. Covers cyber bullying, using social media responsibly, copying information from the internet and avoiding infecting your PC with viruses.

By nwilkin

Y5 E-Safety/Online Safety Scheme of Work

Y5 E-Safety/Online Safety Scheme of Work

A comprehensive scheme of work for children in year 5 to follow.Clear teaching points, mastery questions and suggested resources/activities. Links to 2014 Primary National Curriculum.3 main areas of learning: e-awareness, online communication and searching the internet.Very clear and easy to plan from to help children progress in this area and stay safe on the internet at school and at home.

By Squelch1

Social media lesson for primary internet safety

Social media lesson for primary internet safety

This is an E-safety lesson, which focuses on responsible use of social media. Children can discuss concept of social media, identifying areas for caution, before creating a profile for a famous celebrity.The lesson is most suitable for upper Key Stage 2 and it is fully resourced with planning and differentiated writing templates.Please note: a video link is included in the PowerPoint lesson, which should be assessed for suitability prior to use!Includes:*Teaching PowerPoint*Full lesson planning, linked to UK computing curriculum*Writing template sheets (differentiated)Please see the Goldtopfox shop for more useful teaching resources:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox

By goldtopfox

Ethical, environmental and legal issues COMPLETE UNIT (GCSE Computer Science and KS3 Computing)

Ethical, environmental and legal issues COMPLETE UNIT (GCSE Computer Science and KS3 Computing)

A top quality, highly interactive, ready to use set of lesson resources allows teacher to easily cover this truly fascinating and thought provoking topic of “ethical, environmental and legal issues with technology”. Traditionally, this area was thought of as dry, difficult to teach and dull by many teachers but with this set of resources, that is now a thing of the past. These lessons provoke interesting group discussions where your classes will really engage with the subject matter and look at the issues from different perspectives. The fun activities reinforce the learning and homework tasks allow students to consolidate what they have learnt in the lesson and take their thoughts further into this ever-evolving area.Suitable for GCSE Computer Science classes and KS3 Computing and ICT classes.This set of resource includes:• 6 attractive PowerPoint presentations which lead the class through each of the lessons • Fun and thought provoking activities and discussion starters, worksheets and questions to reinforce the learning• 6 differentiated homework tasks• A mark sheet which allows pupils to track their own progress• An end of unit test to prepare the students for exams or can be used as a form of assessment• A complete teacher’s guide including easy to follow lesson plans• An answer booklet to help the teacher alongThe lessons are:Lesson 1 – Looking into ethical and moral dilemmas such as driverless cars and the impact of technology on modern lifeLesson 2 – More ethical dilemmas including the ratings culture, medical apps, sharing personal data and cyber bullyingLesson 3 – Environmental issues with technology and how organisations and individuals can reduce these effectsLesson 4 – The Computer Misuse Act 1990Lesson 5 – The Data Protection Act 1998Lesson 6 – Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988For more high-quality resources written by this author visit www.nicholawilkin.com

By nwilkin

Computing Year 6

Computing Year 6

How networks (including the internet) work. A Half term planning unit and all resources for the new curriculum. Written for year 6 but could be adapted. Please leave a comment! I would love to know if you have used/adapted it for your own use.

By Raphella

Year 1 topic planning 'Gardener's World'

Year 1 topic planning 'Gardener's World'

5 weeks of cross curricular planning, including literacy and numeracy linked into topic. No literacy and numeracy for week 4 because the school is doing a creative thinking week - see week 4 planner for explanation!!! There is also science week and 2 trips this half term which have affected how much I could plan so maybe not as much detail as for other topics.

By comenius

Year 1 Continuous Provision Plans

Year 1 Continuous Provision Plans

The following plans have been adapted from lots of different CP plans (Foundation Stage) I have added KS1 objectives. Thanks to the other posters on here who I have borrowed ideas from in my plans :-D

By em1981

OCR - 1-9 Computer Science - Legislation Practice Questions

OCR - 1-9 Computer Science - Legislation Practice Questions

These questions will help your students with answer exam style questions on legislation. 8 Pages including an activity sheet and some exam questions I would include on an enable table in the corner of the room. Usually these questions are broken down into essay style questions. There is advice on how to answer these as well as past exam questions. There are some simplified questions for students who will be working towards a 5-7 but then I've included some top end work. Acts covered include: - * Computer Misuse Act* Freedom of information Act* Communications Act* Data Protection Act* Creative Commons* Copyright Designs and Patents Act

By r_chambers

KS2 Online Safety - Types of online communication - lesson/planning/assessment

KS2 Online Safety - Types of online communication - lesson/planning/assessment

We are learning to understand what different types of communication are available on the internet. Link to website for children to conduct their own research into types of online communication.Some questioning to develop children's thinking, particularly around which types of communication are most useful for what.Touches on being respectful, kind and polite online.Choice of activity for differentiation.Plenary is a self assessment, which is included.Lesson plan and PowerPoint included.

By Squelch1

Online Safety - 2 lessons on types of online communication and their dangers

Online Safety - 2 lessons on types of online communication and their dangers

Lesson 1: We are learning to understand what different types of communication are available on the internet. Link to website for children to conduct their own research into types of online communication.Some questioning to develop children's thinking, particularly around which types of communication are most useful for what.Touches on being respectful, kind and polite online.Choice of activity for differentiation.Plenary is a self assessment, which is included.Lesson 2: We are learning to understand the dangers of online communication.Clear learning, with lots of questions to get children to consider how they communicate online, what is safe and what is not safe.Video to hook children and show how communicating with strangers online can be dangerous. Opportunity for lots of discussion.Choice of activity for differentiation and plenary.

By Squelch1

KS2 Online Safety - Types of communication and email safety - 2 lessons (plans/PP/activities)

KS2 Online Safety - Types of communication and email safety - 2 lessons (plans/PP/activities)

Lesson 1: We are learning to understand what different types of communication are available on the internet. Link to website for children to conduct their own research into types of online communication.Some questioning to develop children's thinking, particularly around which types of communication are most useful for what.Touches on being respectful, kind and polite online.Choice of activity for differentiation.Plenary is a self assessment, which is included.Lesson plan and PowerPoint included.Lesson 2: We are learning to understand the dangers posed by online communication. Learning focuses around using email safely. Children learn about dangerous emails that trick you into opening them e.g. 'you have won a prize...'A lot of learning is about the dangers of unknown attachments and the harm a virus can do to a devise. Link to a video to hook children.Lots of questioning to extend thinking and opportunities for discussion.Two choices of activity for differentiation.

By Squelch1

OCR 9-1 Computer Science - Legislation Bundle - GCSE

OCR 9-1 Computer Science - Legislation Bundle - GCSE

This bundle includes lessons on the following areas of the 9-1 computer science curriculum*Legal Issues*Computer Misuse Act*Freedom of Information Act*Communications Act*Data Protection Act*Copyright Designs and Patents Act*Creative commons*Open source / Proprietary Software*Ethical and cultural issues*Censorship and the internet*Computers in the workforce*Automated decision making*Privacy Issues*Computer technology used to analyse personal information*Artificial Intelligence

By r_chambers

OCR - (9-1) Computer Science - Legislation - Privacy / Censorship / Arguments

OCR - (9-1) Computer Science - Legislation - Privacy / Censorship / Arguments

There are 13 slides here discussing privacy concerns with the internet. The slides get students to have deeper thinking when discussing. It explains arguments for and against censorship and it gets them to also understand how the internet has made it less likely for us to hide personal information. There is some think time and discussion time build into these slides.

By r_chambers

Networks end of unit Test (GCSE Computer Science and KS3 Computing)

Networks end of unit Test (GCSE Computer Science and KS3 Computing)

This is a written test about computer networks.It includes questions about LANs, the internet and the world wide web, network hardware, network topologies, data packets, MAC and IP addresses, network security and cloud storage.Useful revision tool to help GCSE pupils recognise gaps in their knowledge.Suitable for GCSE Computer Science classes and KS3 Computing classes.

By nwilkin

Cyberbullying display

Cyberbullying display

Cyberbullying display to encourage students to think about their online activity. This also promotes teachers' powers to search and delete for inappropriate content on electronic devices under the Education Act 2011

By paulfaci

Computing Assessments: Lower KS2

Computing Assessments: Lower KS2

Test children on a variety of traditional Computing skills. Plus a couple of additional Computing activities to extend skill consolidation and a FREE E-Safety username presentation!

By martinjgoulden

Year 2: Master Computing Basics Bundle

Year 2: Master Computing Basics Bundle

A huge amount of resources for individual or Interactive Whiteboard use for Year 1 children. Gain confidence with easy to use, drag and drop resources across a variety of topics including a whole unit on Coding!

By martinjgoulden