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OCR J276 / 02 Revision Booklet Ready to Print COMPUTER SCIENCE

OCR J276 / 02 Revision Booklet Ready to Print COMPUTER SCIENCE

I made this diary for my students for the second part of the revision process that is coming up in January. This booklet covers every single topic that needs to be revised and can be printed out, handed to each student and used as homework. It is ideal for tracking homework - all they need to do is research each topic at home, and write a sentence or two (or even draw a little diagram) about each topic. To complete a page takes anywhere from about 10 to 30 minutes so it is certainly bite size and easily digestible. The booklet is made in Powerpoint and is easily editable to your own needs/logo etc. YOU MUST ensure that your printer settings are correct prior to printing out. I can't take any responsibility for EBCAK. This is a FREE resource that took a great deal of time to prepare. If you don't like it, delete it and forget it. If you do like it, send a little positive feedback my way. Sharing is caring.
nerdoftheday
Small Basic - Christmas Assessment

Small Basic - Christmas Assessment

Who says we can't have festive fun in Computing. If you are teaching Small Basic (free coding software from Microsoft) then how about a Christmas assessment for KS3 with If Then Else. Teaching Selection has never been more festive! Try the worksheet and then set the assessment - Mark Scheme and code provided. HO - HO - HO!
Manique12
Python Programming for GCSE

Python Programming for GCSE

This bundle contains four lessons for the more advanced programming skills required for GCSE Computer Science (and, in some cases, A Level) This includes: - Using subroutines - Lists and Two-dimensional lists - String handling - File handling
mro2013
SQL for beginners

SQL for beginners

KS3 resource for SQL. Includes how to create an SQL database using Access and how to insert additional fields and records.
ian_bolam
Tkinter Basics in Python

Tkinter Basics in Python

In this pack I've included three lessons and a workbook to get students into the basics of Tkinter - using widgets, creating menus, and using internal variables to create an input/output system with their widgets. The pack is generally aimed at A Level students, however the syntax is rather basic, so this could be used for ANY students - i.e. GCSE Students for their NEA would be able to show great competency and skill in programming by using a GUI instead of an MDI
mro2013
Computing - Coding Challenge X2 - Naughty or Nice

Computing - Coding Challenge X2 - Naughty or Nice

A seasonal programming/coding challenge for basic/intermediate level students The task is not specific to any programming language and may be extended for the more advanced student Further programming/coding challenges are available from Zwizih.com
zwizih