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#### WEBSITE Development Performance Assessment for Assignments > CHECKLIST & RUBRIC

This Checklists is a quick way to assess if a performance task has been completed according to the assignment objectives. Specifically designed for Web Development projects. Appropriate for creating original websites, or for redesigns. This checklist is a quick, accurate way to assess student knowledge. Teachers can evaluate projects using this Rubrics, and it can also be used to set student expectations. Standards Addressed Include: ~ Website Organization ~ Design and Technical Skills ~ Research and Validation ~ Communication and Navigation ~ Project Planning and Management

#### Presentation: how to test a system (x11 slides)

The presentation introduces the idea behind testing and covers the ideas behind the idea of creating a test plan, difference between a fault and an error and shows a blue screen error. It describes the importance of reliability, using different test data (typical, erroneous, exaggerated data) and how to formulate a test plan.

#### Introduction to algorithms

A gentle and friendly introduction to algorithms with a simple worksheet to enable students to develop computational thinking. Understanding how algorithms work and how they are used by computers is fundamental to achieving success in GCSE computer science. This lesson introduces KS2 and KS3 students to algorithms. This lesson could be used alongside the algorithms in scratch series.

#### Computer Science: Programming with pseudocode and Python AQA (9-1) GCSE

Great for AQA (9-1) GCSE Computer Science revision and help with the programming project. This workbook covers the AQA GCSE Computer Science (8520) specification section 3.2 “Programming”. It includes a 116-page PDF document including theory, tasks and includes all the answers. Whenever possible pseudocode is shown alongside the Python code to allow students to compare the similarities and differences between them. Perfect for NQTs, non-specialist teachers or teachers who feel a little unsure about the qualification content and want to improve their subject knowledge. Also ideal as a teaching resource and covers programming in Python from the basics to more advanced techniques including writing to text files, 2D arrays and using subroutines. It also gives help on planning robust programs and testing programs along with the difference between an interpreter, a compiler and an assembler. Table of contents: Data types Variables and constants Iteration Selection Subroutines (procedures and functions Global and local variables Operators One-dimensional arrays Two-dimensional arrays Input and Output Reading from and writing to a text file String handling operations Random number generation Structuring programming Robust and secure programming Data Validation Creating a simple authentication routine Testing your programs Low-level and high-level languages Translators Other workbooks in this series: * Fundamentals of Algorithms GCSE revision student workbook Fundamentals of Data Representation GCSE revision student workbook * Computer Systems GCSE revision student workbook Fundamentals of Computer Networks GCSE revision student workbook Cyber Security GCSE revision student workbook Ethical, legal and environmental impacts

#### Python Programming Challenge - Creating a Strong Password, With clues, Extension Task

A python programming challenge where students are expected to write a program that checks if a password is considered to be strong. The password must be greater than a certain length, include numbers, symbols, upper &amp; lower case letters, not contain certain words or number pattens. The booklet includes: A tick sheet for when students have managed a certain task A test plan to check that certain passwords are ‘strong’ or not Some useful snipits of python code that will assist the students. An extension task. Good practice for string manipulation. Depending on your group ability, this could be a 1 or 2 lesson activity.

#### Testing and Review Sheet

A double sided / 2-page document that is used for testing and peer reviewing a product or item. The testing and review is general purpose and can be applied to most items that have been developed or created, including programs / software. Aimed mainly at KS3 students but can also be used with KS4 students and easily adaptable if required.

#### Computing Glossary (GCSE & A-Level)

More than 600 computing terms explained in Plain English and designed to be used as exam answers - many of the definitions are based on the mark schemes of past papers. There is one file for A4 printing, one for an A5 booklet and a third, editable file, which you or your students can personalise. An excellent reference; it will certainly be a useful addition to any resource that you already have.

#### GCSE COMPUTER SCIENCE REVISION GAMES

These are some revision games for GCSE CS. All instructions are included.

#### Programming & Control Unit of Work

This is a unit of work for programming and control. It includes Scratch, Python and Flowcharts.

#### Programming and Control PowerPoint

This is a PowerPoint for a programming and control unit. It details work to be completed in the unit, giving some outline to Scratch and Python. For other worksheets and activities linked, see my other resources.

#### Programming & Control SOW

This is a scheme of work for a programming and control. All details are included in the document, for any other help with worksheets and activities see my other resources.

#### Flowcharts Workbook

All instructions are included in the booklet. It is a booklet of exercises to teach students about the programming flow and how to use flowcharts. This is for KS3 groups but can be used at KS4 level.

#### GCSE Computer Science Revision

The exam is soon…

#### Computer Science Unit 2.1-2.6 Revision Sheets / Practice Questions

Here you will find easy to follow revision sheets which will help your students to recap the topics: -2.1 Algorithms -2.2 Programming Techniques -2.3 Robust Programs -2.4 Computational Logic -2.5 Translators &amp; Facilities of Languages 2.6 Data Representation The revision sheets include exam questions at the end of each topic to help the students recap their revision and apply it to a question. Enjoy!

#### New National 5 Software Design and Development Slides (2017/18 onwards)

This resource is a PowerPoint that covers all aspects of the new updated National 5 Computer Systems (2017/18 onwards). It matches to the new arrangements and provides slides on all the content within the following: Development methodologies Analysis Design Implementation (data types and structures) Implementation (computational constructs) Implementation (algorithm specification) Testing Evaluation These slides have worked wonderfully well with my class and have made new parts of National 5 much more accessible to my classes. I have included a PDF version as well. The Fonts I have used are called Fortuna Dot and Abscissa The programming language that I use in some of the slides in Visual Basic

#### Python Programming FULL COURSE

This is a full unit of work for Python Software Development. There are 10 individual tasks for the students to complete, each of which take an average of 1 lesson to complete. Each task has several challenge activities to stretch students abilities and understanding and aims to get them independently learning. These activities again can be used to deepen comprehension and I use these as further lessons for students to develop their pseudocode writing skills etc. I have included a PPT file with the lessons objectives and aims, as well as the skills/area of coding covered by that particular task. Some of the tasks give the students some partially completed activities in Python, these are also included in a folder, as well as the fully working solutions to all of the activities. All in, this is a very thorough unit of work which will last anywhere from 10 - 30 lessons, depending how independent you want students to work, how long is spent designing plans for the program before implementing and how long is spent designing test tables and testing.

#### Y7 Computing Algorithms Unit

This is the unit of work I created to introduce my Y7 students to Algorithms, Problem Solving, Pseudocode and Computational Thinking. In the unit, there is the Activity Sheets which introduce: Grid References, Loops, Problem Solving, Trace Tables amongst others. The students trace code as it executes, keeping track of automated buses as they drive. Variables are brought in to track fuel, as well as booleans etc. This unit has been incredibly successful at boosting students understanding of developing and writing algorithms and when we move onto our units in Scratch coding / Python coding, they much better understand the terminiology All in, this can be 'rushed' in 6 lessons, or taking more time to delve into the Computing Acts can take it to 8 and beyond. With new GCSE and IGCSE courses covering some of the material, it is also something that could easily be expanded for students to undertake some of their own investigations into some relevant areas in AI etc.

#### GCSE Computer Science Paper 1 Mock Exam

Made up a mock exam based on the new Computer Science curriculum and a combination of the exemplar papers which have been released. Perfect for homework/revision, or for editing and using as a mock exam/prelim exam practise.

#### GCSE AND IGCSE COMPUTER SCIENCE REVISION MATERIALS

9 separate revision/question activities for students to prepare for final exam. These could also be easily changed and manipulated to use for homework. 1. Computational Thinking (Trace Tables and Errors) 2. Computational Thinking (2D arrays) 3. Databases 4. Computational Thinking (Practical Activity) 5. Binary 6. Sorting and Searching Functions 7. Computational Thinking (Functions and Procedures) 8. Computer Hardware 9. Computational Thinking (2D Arrays) *with required text file

#### Introduction to HTML & Web Design Lesson 1

Aimed at KS2 and KS3 students, this introduction to web design, using HTML is a structured practical approach to gaining fundamental knowledge required for ICT and computing courses at KS4. No expensive software required, effective and simple exercises. Clear objectives which identifies student level and assesses the student workbook provided.

#### Let's Start Coding: Code Car Simulator Lesson Plan

Let's Start Coding Code Car Simulator Lesson Plan is used with the FREE Virtual Code Car found at www.letsstartcoding.com/hoc. The lesson plan provides ties with standards as well as step-by-step instructions for teaching beginners how to do real, typed code.

#### Let's Start Coding: Lesson Plans and Quizzes for Grades 9-12

The Let's Start Coding Lesson Plan book provides a step by step outline for instructors to follow. Each activity has time recommendations, essential questions and answers, aligned standards, and learning objectives. The lesson plans are used with the Let's Start Coding kits found on www.letsstartcoding.com, but are also a great example to identify cross-curricular coding standards as well as how to pace hands-on coding.

#### Let's Start Coding: Lesson Plans and Quizzes for Grades 6-8

The Let's Start Coding Lesson Plan book provides a step by step outline for instructors to follow. Each activity has time recommendations, essential questions and answers, aligned standards, and learning objectives. The lesson plans are used with the Let's Start Coding kits found on www.letsstartcoding.com, but are also a great example to identify cross-curricular coding standards as well as how to pace hands-on coding.

#### Half a term Python debugging

An engaging resources which allows the learners to find errors marked with hashtags. The slides include the broken code (fixed code is on the teacher slides, separate and can also be received via email). Even if you choose not to use this for debugging exercises, it is useful for programming ideas for beginners to copy. After each script the learners are encouraged to state initial tests, actual tests, in preparation for GCSE NEA work. My learners raced up the stairs to start on these tasks, very enthusiastically. The topics include maths, strings, lists, tuples, concatenation, for loops, sub routines and appending to lists. The scripts can also be used as base scripts for other ideas. At the end of the half term of work, there is a challenge project, worded like a very watered down GCSE project. Enjoy!

#### Let's Start Coding: Programmer's Notebook for Grades 6-8

The Let's Start Coding Programmer's Notebook contains real-life application questions pertaining to how real, typed code is used in the world around us. The Programmer's Notebook also contains a C++ code cheat sheet for students to use in identifying correct functions and statements. The Programmer's Notebook also has an alphabetically arranged coding glossary for students to use to fill out definitions in their own words and to write examples. This resource can be used with or without the Let's Start Coding kits found at www.letsstartcoding.com

#### Let's Start Coding: Grades 4-5 Programmer's Notebook

The Let's Start Coding Programmer's Notebook contains real-life application questions pertaining to how real, typed code is used in the world around us. The Programmer's Notebook also contains a C++ code cheat sheet for students to use in identifying correct functions and statements. The Programmer's Notebook also has an alphabetically arranged coding glossary for students to use to fill out definitions in their own words and to write examples. This resource can be used with or without the Let's Start Coding kits found at www.letsstartcoding.com

#### Trace tables

Trace tables. Suitable for AQA spec.

#### Creating a multi question quiz in Python

Students will annotate the hand out in order to explain what each line of code does. then staff should demo the quiz with the given python file. students then plan 5 questions students then build

#### J276 - Theory and Programming Revision

This bundle pulls together the theory for the OCR GCSE Computer Science course and the programming revision.

#### KS3 Computational Thinking Bundle

This bundle combines all my KS3 focused computational thinking resource. This bundle includes the following resources: 1. Computational thinking for KS3 2. Computational thinking problem solving 3. Application of computational thinking - create an interactive story 4. Computational thinking classroom ideas posters

#### Application of Computational Thinking - Create an Interactive Story

This unit of work introduces students (I use this with year 7) to the concepts of computational thinking and logical thinking. It is split into three fully differentiated sections: 1. Design an interactive story using a flowchart to identify the key decision points within your story. 2. Create an interactive story using PowerPoint, hyperlinking the slides to the correct locations. 3. Test and evaluate your story and make improvements where required. I have included some slides to provide additional assistance, for example hyperlinking auto shapes, removing the on mouse click advancements, etc. Alongside developing computational thinking skills, this unit is also an opportunity for students to develop their graphic design skills. I have also included an example interactive story so students can get an idea of what they could create themselves, while considering what they could make even better themselves. This resource is a perfect continuation from my Introduction Computational Thinking for KS3 resource! ***Please Leave a Review***

#### Python Bundle - J276 OCR

This is a bundle of all my Python based assessments, Lessons, Tasks and Help sheets. Enjoy!

#### Beginners while loop plenaries / starters

There are enough here to attach to a whole harm term of work (7 activities with solutions). The activities can either be used as a warm up starter, a recall to retain, or a plenary to check understanding. The activities are all different, and have things like spot the errors, true false, cloze sentences, amongst other things. Very engaging, and they bring real life situations to what can be quite a dry subject. I hope your learners are enthused with these activities as mine have been.

#### Expected Questions for Prerelease Computer Science 2210 Oct/Nov 2017.

This Worksheet is composed on the questions asked in Prerelease on Computer Science- 2210 for O' Level Task wise (o478 can also benefit from this worksheet on Expected Questions. After completing this worksheet students will be able to: 1. Understand and apply the use of variables. 2. Understand and apply the use of constants 3. Understand and apply the use of Arrays/Data Structures 4. Understand and apply the use of Validation Checks 5. Understand and apply the knowledge on, How to correct Errors? 6. Understand and apply the use of Library functions such as Time and format

#### Lightbot - Hour Of Code - Algorithm - 3 week unit and worksheets.

Included in this pack there is. - Lesson plans for teachers including solutions to all Lightbot Hour of code lessons and links to website and other useful videos. - 3 presentations for use within the classroom. - Worksheets for use for end of two lessons. Lightbot is a brilliant resource for use with year 4 and beyond with a puzzle style game play to help children learn about algorithms, loops and procedures within code. This is for use in partnership with hour of code Lightbot by CODE.org.

#### VAT calculator program in Visual Basic (VB.NET) - Analysis,Design, Implementation, Testing

This aim of this resource is to demonstrate a complete life cycle approach i.e. Analysis, Design , Implementation and Testing for a simple VAT calculator program using VB.NET (Windows and Console Applications). Ideally this can be used on a Level 2 /Level 3 course such as GCSE/A Level Computing, BTEC Computing/ICT courses. Intended target audience age range is 14-19. Could also be used for mature learners who are new to programming or even younger learners. Handout can be given to learners who can then work independently. They may need some assistance with implementation if this is the first time they are using VB.NET. Implementation: The implementation is done in Visual Basic NET using Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 and there are two implementations (Windows and Console applications). The implementation is not a complete step by step guide showing how to create the program but full code listing is provided as well as the MS VB.NET project /solutions. Implementation demonstrates the following techniques: Sequencing , Iteration (console application), FormatCurrency function, CDec function , Exception handling. Implementation can cover approximately 2 lessons (one lesson for creating a Windows Application and one for console application). Designs: Designs include: Flow chart, pseudocode, Test Plan, Input -Process-Output Table, Screen Designs Files included: Word document showing detailed designs, testing and implementation. VB.NET Solutions ( Windows application and Console application)

#### Engaging two or three week Python project for beginners / intermediate / competent users

Fabulous presentation for a 2 or 3 week Python project. The idea is that they use IF to make a multiple choice quiz (code examples given). Learners are immediately engaged by following a flow chart, and describing what the diagram does. They then have to alter some pseudocode to come up with the first question for their quiz, using IF a,b,c,d etc. The coding ramps up with scoring, and using ELIF. More competent users are challenged to use a main menu, with sub routines so the end user can choose which quiz they would like to do. Then super human coders can learn how to read and write text files to record the leaderboard. To do this, they must look at the coding for Edexcel Fixture NEA from 2017 (please email me for the files if you don't have them (annemariebradshaw@Hotmail.com). There is also a link to a great independent learning site for Python skills. The presentation includes LO, outcomes, 2 extended learning (hwk) tasks, peer assessment with the focus given on a worksheet, and practice debugging with a sabotage task (which really gets them digging into the code in the most devious of ways :-). Fabulous differentiation got these lessons 'outstanding' on a LW and LO. Feedback from the kids was that they loved working at their own pace, and developing something personal to them. Great stuff!

#### Fundamentals of programming - advanced

The fundamentals of programming in more depth and with more examples.

#### Teaching Python Coding: An Exercise for GCSE Computer Science coursework preparation-Answers

This Power Point supports students preparing for GCSE computer science, using python code for notorious game rock paper scissors. Students are expected to examine the code by identifying variables, explaining the coding keywords, structure and approach. In addition, students are given the opportunity to test the code and come up with suggestions for improving the design. Solutions to all questions provided.