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ICT Computing E-Safety Quiz KS3 GCSE Starter Settler Plenary Literacy Activity

ICT Computing E-Safety Quiz KS3 GCSE Starter Settler Plenary Literacy Activity

10 questions about e-safety, with multiple choice options. Covers the keywords of Consequences, Cyberbullying, Esafety, Footprint, Grooming, Location, Malware, Misuse, Offensive, Password, Personal Details, Phishing, Photographs, Police, Privacy, Protection, Sharing, Spam and Virus.Suggested extension activity of explaining the keywords.Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board.

By mikedean

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Computing assessment grids

Computing assessment grids

Complete pack of broken down objectives from Year 1 to Year 6. Great, easy, colour coded way to track progress. Excellent AOL and AFL tool.

By samanthasaville

24 computer science anagram starters

24 computer science anagram starters

Take all the work out of creating starters, or plenaries with these 24 anagrams of keywords. Simply copy and paste onto your lesson slide when you are covering that particular topic. An example is: Mittens fate - which of course is..................IF statement!

By hoof_hearted

BTEC Nationals in Information Technology 2016 - Unit 1 - Learning Aim D & E

BTEC Nationals in Information Technology 2016 - Unit 1 - Learning Aim D & E

This is a PowerPoint for unit 1 learning aim D & E for the new ICT BTEC level 3 course.42 slides of - Keywords- Slides of information which students can take notes from- Tasks and activities- Exam Style questionsGo through the sections with the students, ask them to write down notes from the slides and complete the tasks and exam style questions.Please leave a review. :)

By TomCare1991

BTEC Nationals in Information Technology 2016 - Unit 1 - Learning Aim F & G

BTEC Nationals in Information Technology 2016 - Unit 1 - Learning Aim F & G

This is a PowerPoint for unit 1 learning aim F & G for the new ICT BTEC level 3 course.39 slides of - Keywords- Slides of information which students can take notes from- Tasks and activities- Exam Style questionsGo through the sections with the students, ask them to write down notes from the slides and complete the tasks and exam style questions.Please leave a review. :)

By TomCare1991

Data Representation - Converting Numbers Bundle

Data Representation - Converting Numbers Bundle

I have developed a simpler method for converting numbers: Binary to denary (and vice versa) Binary to hexadecimal (and vice versa) Denary to Hexadecimal via Binary (and vice versa) By teaching via spreadsheet, it will hopefully enable students to master the conversion process quicker.

By Pipjen77

Binary, Denary and Hexadecimal

Binary, Denary and Hexadecimal

Objectives of the Topic- Understand how Binary makes computers work- Be able to convert Binary to Denary- Understand the Denary numbers are- Be able to convert numbers to Binary- Understand the Hexidecimal system- Be able to convert Binary to Hexidecimal- Be able to convert Hexidecimal to Binary

By truth_seeker12

GCSE Computer Science 9-1 Data Representation - Number

GCSE Computer Science 9-1 Data Representation - Number

Learn to convert denary to binary to hexadecimal (and vice versa) using a simple method that reduces the amount of calculations a student has to do.This spreadsheet is designed with students in mind, showing them a fast and effective way to convert numbers without having to remember too many different stages in the calculation.Learning Objectives:To convert from binary to denary and vice versaTo convert from binary to hexadecimal and vice versaTeacher PowerPoint and solution. Student worksheet for Excel.Coming shortly:To convert from hexadecimal to denary and vice versa

By Pipjen77

BTEC ICT (2016) UNIT 1 Information Technology Systems Revision Presentation (Operating Systems)

BTEC ICT (2016) UNIT 1 Information Technology Systems Revision Presentation (Operating Systems)

Fifth in a series of PowerPoint presentations for the new (2016) BTEC in Information Technology Systems (Level 3). These PowerPoint presentations have been created for students to use as part of their revision and can be either used by the teacher at the front of the class or as self-guided revision for the students. There are also exam style questions included in the PowerPoint presentations.This PowerPoint presentation covers Operating Sytems. It includes slides on -- Real Time Operating Systems (RTOS)- Single-user Single Task Operating Systems- Single-user Multitasking Operating Systems-Multi-user Operating Systems- Factors Affecting Operating System Performance- The Role of Operating Systems- Networking- Security- Memory Management- Multi-tasking- Device Drivers- 2 x exam style questions with answersComing soon! - User Interfaces!

By richardpcollins

Different Types of Network and Network Topologies

Different Types of Network and Network Topologies

A two page worksheet which focuses on the Different Types of Network and Network Topologies. Activities include identifying and drawing different topologies and describing both LAN/WAN. An ideal worksheet for those studying GCSE or A Level Computer Science.Learning Objectives1) To be able to describe the purpose of a network and identify a range of advantages and disadvantages behind their use.2) To understand the differences between different types of network.3) To be able to identify different topologies that are used to physically connect together devices on a network.

By compteacheruk

Introduction to Python (KS3 +KS4 Friendly)

Introduction to Python (KS3 +KS4 Friendly)

An introduction to python programming aimed at students who may not have come across it before. The SOW includes:PrintingCommentingStoring and using VariablesData CastingIf StatementsElif StatementsUsing ListsUsing LIbrariesTurtleUsing Random

By msmarwaha

Physical Education AQA new A-level - the role of technology in sport - summary templates improved

Physical Education AQA new A-level - the role of technology in sport - summary templates improved

This complete booklet/pack of blank revision templates focused on unit 3.1.7 of AS and A-level Physical Education content, covered in book 1 - Hodder Education. Summary sheets provide allocated space to make notes on key processes, equations, important keywords and definitions as well as relevant diagrams to aid learning and understanding. The text boxes on each sheet are specific to the level of content required for each area and are laid out in a way to ensure revision is organized and clear to read. Key sub-headings provide guidance for relevant information required for the topic, however, are flexible to allow students to adapt writing styles to suit their preference, either bullet pointing information inside the boxes or writing in continuous prose. This document covers the content required for AQA AS Physical Education (7581) for first examination in 2017 and year 1 of AQA A-level Physical Education (7582) for examination in 2018. Revision sheets may be applicable to other examination boards including Pearson Edexcel, WJEC, CCEA and OCR

By ebrook_

BTEC ICT (2016) UNIT 1 Information Technology Systems Revision Presentation (Accessibility)

BTEC ICT (2016) UNIT 1 Information Technology Systems Revision Presentation (Accessibility)

Fourth in a series of PowerPoint presentations for the new (2016) BTEC in Information Technology Systems (Level 3). These PowerPoint presentations have been created for students to use as part of their revision and can be either used by the teacher at the front of the class or as self-guided revision for the students. There are also exam style questions included in the PowerPoint presentations.This PowerPoint presentation covers Accessibility & Data Processing Devices. It includes slides on -- Accessibility Devices & Adaptive Technologies- Braille Embosser- Touch Screen Keyboards- Large Keyboards- Eye & Head Motion Trackers- Foot Mouse- Manual Data Processing- Data Entry Errors- Automatic Data Processing- 2 x exam style questions with answersComing soon! - Operating Systems!

By richardpcollins

TES Author Resource - Excel Sales and Accounts Tracker and Workbook

TES Author Resource - Excel Sales and Accounts Tracker and Workbook

This is a resource for authors to keep an account of the numbers of sales and earnings each day. It will provide valuable data which will help to inform authors how to most effectively manage their business and, hopefully, show the growth and trends in their business. This excel work-book willKeep accounts of daily / weekly / monthly and yearly sales figures and numbers of products sold Record sales figures in graph formatProvide real-time averages of products sold and sales figures for each day of the weekProvide real-time averages of products sold and sales figures for each week of the yearProvide real-time averages of products sold and sales figures for each month of the yearProvide real-time averages of products sold and sales figures for each yearIt will enable authors to analyse Which days are the best for salesHow TES sales or individual sales impact on numbers of products sold Observe trends in sales throughout the yearThe workbook has been set up to input figures from September 2016 until December 2021.Other Resources for AuthorsHow to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step GuideTES Author Calendar and Planner

By Krazikas

Premiership 2017   Facts and Figures

Premiership 2017 Facts and Figures

Excel file which may be a stand alone resource or used in tandem with presentation based round Premiership football. All 380 games and all 20 teams are covered

By 20JET12

Presentation Scoring Rubric

Presentation Scoring Rubric

Teachers can use this to assess student's ability to give an oral presentation. It is set up to be worth 20 points. Appropriate for Grades 6-8

By LVERNA

Computer Science GCSE Revison Board Game

Computer Science GCSE Revison Board Game

A comprehensive board game featuring 110 questions and tasks for pupils to complete, aimed at helping the pupils revise for Computer Science. Questions cover topics from all specifications and are aimed at both the old and new GCSEs. Pupils have found the board game engaging and help to gamify their learning experience.

By jrrooke

GCSE Computer Science 9-1  Storage Calculating File Size

GCSE Computer Science 9-1 Storage Calculating File Size

GCSE Computer ScienceUnit 1 - StorageCalculating the capacity of files:In the exam, students will be expected to be able to calculate the capacity of different file types: Text File, Database File, Sound File and Image File.This lesson provides students with practice calculating capacity for the four different file types - 5 minute lesson plan and teacher solution provided.

By Pipjen77

Data Representation Introduction and Character Representation - J276 - OCR

Data Representation Introduction and Character Representation - J276 - OCR

This is designed as a 2 hour year 10 Lesson the first of my lessons on the Data Representation section of the J276 course. This lesson is completely in line with the J276 Specification. In this lesson the idea of Binary is introduced, converting binary to denary and the reverse of this.After this Character representation is introduced, Character sets, ASCII and UNICODE.The PowerPoint is designed to be using the 'OpenDyslexic' font, I have included a pdf of the lesson to that the layout can be seen if your school does not us this font. Enjoy.

By Davism1993

Image Representation - OCR -J276

Image Representation - OCR -J276

This lesson is designed to be 1 hour in length. In the lesson the students will be introduced to image representation in a computer. They will understand the two main different types of images and what affects quality and size of an image.This lesson was designed to use the 'OpenDyslexic'. I have attached a pdf in case your school does not use this font so you can see the presentation.Enjoy.

By Davism1993

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Computer Science - Programming Fundamentals (GCSE and A Level)

Computer Science - Programming Fundamentals (GCSE and A Level)

A summative powerpoint explaining the fundamentals of programming languages and programming concepts, for students taking a GCSE or A Level course in Computer Science.The content covers the basics that need to be known for programming at GCSE Level/A Level in practical responses, as well as a worksheet that helps develop student understanding of a program or section of code that tests their understanding and inference of a code, but also enables their skill to program from pseudocode (which is expected in an A Level exam!)

By mro2013