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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

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Multimedia Starter Pack

Multimedia Starter Pack

A collection of work units and resources for Industrial Technology - Multimedia Technologies. (NSW BOSTES HSC Course) This bundle contains enough resources to take your students through most of the Preliminary year of this course.

By kellyocs

1. Introduction to Python (KS3 + KS4 Friendly)

1. Introduction to Python (KS3 + KS4 Friendly)

An introduction to Python Programming which takes the students through the initial use of:-Printing-Variables-CommentsIt also explains the use of Syntax and the ways in which students should structure their work. Has been tried and tested many a time!Look out for more lessons on Python soon! Including full SOWs

By msmarwaha

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

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Traffic lights and LED's on Raspberry Pi's

Traffic lights and LED's on Raspberry Pi's

A 6 lesson resource including lesson plans and accompanying PowerPoint's introducing students to set up and creation of Raspberry pi's, breadboards and LED use. Please note you will need breadboards and LED's along with appropriate wires and pi's to enable this to work! Some knowledge of raspberry pi and wiring will also be required. The accompanying workbook is designed for students to draw out wiring diagrams and program notes in order that they can recreate projects each lesson. Lesson plans include time to "get out" and pack away raspberry pi's assuming they are not always set up. This is a slightly older resource but is designed to be adapted to suit individual school needs and set ups. Levelling help sheets and feedback templates are also provided. Some teacher knowledge is expected but these should provide a good starting point for further experimentation.

By mrnwhite

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Cross Curricular Creative Project: Science, English and ICT

Cross Curricular Creative Project: Science, English and ICT

This is a set of lessons, resources, homework and schemes of work targeted at cross curricular links between Science, English and ICT for KS3 pupil. The theme is “Your Favourite Movie” and the pupils are to build a portfolio of graded activities to create their project.It was designed to fit the timetable for my school where the year 7 and 8’s had a creative curriculum day once a week with three teachers assigned; one Science, English and ICT. The pupils would then take a lead on how they would manage their time over a term. They would select from a range of activities each week, themed to each subject, and would allocate themselves for the day. All these activities would then build up to their “Creative Diploma” for that term. It worked by building a project from their 6 best activities from a selection of 9. This obviously may not fit your timetable model but could easily be adapted to be run over a much longer period of time as cross curricular after school clubs of summer holiday projects etc.Each activity is built up from many smaller tasks leading to a grade for that piece of work using level ladders. All tasks are written and presentable straight to the pupils with clear guidance, instructions, tasks, questions, homework and level ladders. The level ladders are based around now, next, further and advanced so not grade or level based but easily editable to fit your school model.Activities range from building circuits, podcasts, web design, writing scripts, costume design, cameras and lenses, the behaviour of light and filters and theme songs. Each individual activity linked back to their “Favourite Movie” concept building a solid link between these three subjects.A fun and practical way to cover a huge variety of subjects and topics from within these three specific curriculums.

By rwhawell

Python Programming activity PPT

Python Programming activity PPT

93 slides of programming the following 12 topics:1 Basic syntax2 Escape sequences3 Algorithms4 Mathematical functions5 Errors6 Variables7 Input function8 Strings9 Relational operators10 Using ELIF11 Style guide12 FlowchartsCreated using the Edexcel Computer Science guidance material each task is easy to follow and includes practice tasks, questions, code to debug and programming tasks. Each task is very easy to understand as they all follow on from each other. Feedback welcomed!

By terrishort

A Level Computer Science Revision Bundle

A Level Computer Science Revision Bundle

2 worksheets + 1 starter activity sheet with a wide range of topics to revise. Descriptions, Matching exercises, multiple choice.Topics:Big O NotationSearching AlgorithmsData TypesDatabasesCompression (Lossy v Lossless)Acronym ChallengeCPU+ a nice starter activity using keywords.

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

Spreadsheet Revision

Spreadsheet Revision

An excellent resource for teachers who want to consolidate their learners understanding on Spread sheet. This resource has a PowerPoint equivalent to a whole lesson, an activity worksheet and an answer sheet for the teacher.

By resourc

Flowol

Flowol

This is a paper based assessment I created to test pupils at the end of studying the Flowol unit.Answers are also provided and this is very good in suppoting learning for computer science. Resource is suitable for KS3.

By dez_724

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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

40 ICT Computing Starter Activities GCSE or KS3 Keyword Starters Wordsearch Crossword Homework Cover

40 ICT Computing Starter Activities GCSE or KS3 Keyword Starters Wordsearch Crossword Homework Cover

40 starter-style keyword activities. Covering 10 themes with four starters for each theme (40 in total), Starters are Wordsearches, Crosswords, Anagrams and Alphabet Brainstorm Analysers. Themes are:1. ICT Systems2. Hardware3. Software4. Data & Databases5. Networks6. Measurement & Control7. Modelling & Simulation8. Legal Framework9. Risks & Implications of ICT10. Industrial & Commerical Applications. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen.

By mikedean

Fake News Computing lesson for KS3

Fake News Computing lesson for KS3

Designed for KS3 but can be easily adjusted for KS4 groups.Contains worksheet, presentation, mini-quiz, activities and more!The OECD announced that schools should teach people how to identify fake news. This computing lesson resource does just that.

By studeapps

Cache Memory Computing Science Doodle Notes

Cache Memory Computing Science Doodle Notes

Cache Memory Computing Science Doodle NotesThese notes will help your students to review the basic properties of cache memoryStudents color and complete and then add to their own notebook.No prep- just print and go!More computing science resources coming soon!You might also like:RAM and ROM Doodle NotesData Types Doodle Notes

By STEMthinking

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