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Python Programming - I CAN Statements

Python Programming - I CAN Statements

These I Can statements are perfect to guide your students to develop the necessary skills when learning to code/program using Python. The teacher or the student can tick off each I Can statement once they have demonstrated evidence for them. I Can statements fall under the following 4 categories: • Criteria 1: Planning • Criteria 2: Skills Development • Criteria 3: Explanation of Code • Criteria 4: Efficiency of Code
balsamgr8
Fundamentals of Algorithms  GCSE revision student workbook

Fundamentals of Algorithms GCSE revision student workbook

This is the ONLY comprehensive and accurate workbook that covers ALL of the “Fundamentals of Algorithms” syllabus. Includes 82 pages covering the theory and giving lots of practical activities and even includes the answers. Ideal as a GCSE revision aid or as a teaching resource and includes lots of help with understanding and comparing linear search, binary search, bubble sort and merge sort algorithms. This book has been written to give you practical hands-on approach to help you learn how to write algorithms. Instead of chapters of technical jargon and mind-numbing tedium the theory is broken down into smaller, manageable chunks with practical tasks for you to perform as you go along. This helps you ensure you understand the theory and remember it as you apply it to practical problems. This book was specifically written to assist students preparing for their AQA GCSE Computer Science examination (8520), and the pseudocode and objectives have been written specifically to match the syllabus, as of February 2018. However, the theory and methods would be beneficial to anybody who wants to know how to create good algorithms. Includes a single 82-page PDF document which can be given to the pupils to work through for homework tasks or in class. Table of contents: Introduction What are algorithms? Computer programs and algorithms Decomposition Abstraction Basic Pseudocode Recap programming basics What is an expression? Arithmetic Operations Relational Operators Boolean Operators Input and Output Iteration Selection Nesting statements Flowcharts Flowchart symbols Drawing loops in flowcharts Understanding flowcharts Trace Tables More complex trace tables Dealing with Arrays Subroutines Writing subroutines in pseudocode Showing subroutines in flowcharts Dealing with strings ASCII and Unicode Searching Algorithms Linear search Binary Search Compare the two search algorithms Sorting Algorithms Bubble Sort Merge Sort Compare the two sort algorithms
nwilkin
Computer Science Algos | Pseudos for 2210 | 0478

Computer Science Algos | Pseudos for 2210 | 0478

A set of 8-questions based on real-world scenarios that will make students to understand the situations where they can think and demonstrate their abilities to solve these worksheets. They can also be used to set an assessment. You can have it singly or the whole set. Prepared for CAIE 2210 and IGCSE 0478 Syllabus Components.
suas2016
Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 8 | Worksheet

Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 8 | Worksheet

A set of 8-questions based on real-world scenarios that will make students to understand the situations where they can think and demonstrate their abilities to solve these worksheets. They can also be used to set an assessment. You can have it singly or the whole set.
suas2016
Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 7 | Worksheet

Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 7 | Worksheet

A set of 8-questions based on real-world scenarios that will make students to understand the situations where they can think and demonstrate their abilities to solve these worksheets. They can also be used to set an assessment. You can have it singly or the whole set.
suas2016
Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 6 | Worksheet

Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 6 | Worksheet

A set of 8-questions based on real-world scenarios that will make students to understand the situations where they can think and demonstrate their abilities to solve these worksheets. They can also be used to set an assessment. You can have it singly or the whole set.
suas2016
Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 4 | Worksheet

Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 4 | Worksheet

A set of 8-questions based on real-world scenarios that will make students to understand the situations where they can think and demonstrate their abilities to solve these worksheets. They can also be used to set an assessment. You can have it singly or the whole set.
suas2016
Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 2 | Worksheet

Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 2 | Worksheet

A set of 8-questions based on real-world scenarios that will make students to understand the situations where they can think and demonstrate their abilities to solve these worksheets. They can also be used to set an assessment. You can have it singly or the whole set.
suas2016
Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 1 | Worksheet

Algorithms | Pseudocode Part 1 | Worksheet

A set of 8-questions based on real-world scenarios that will make students to understand the situations where they can think and demonstrate their abilities to solve these worksheets. They can also be used to set an assessment. You can have it singly or the whole set.
suas2016
GCSE Run Length Encoding Programming Lesson tasks

GCSE Run Length Encoding Programming Lesson tasks

This resource contains tasks for a complete programming lesson based on Run Length Encoding. If students have looked at the theory this lesson is a good follow up as it improves their programming skills and reinforces the theory learned previously. Included in this resource is a self-marking Excel starter document, and Powerpoint presentation for the lesson. The code with tasks is included for students to copy and paste into Visual Basic, or pseudocode for more of a challenge. EDITED: Now includes a basic Testing table in a Word document so the students can prove that their program is working and become familiar with the process for their coursework.
MrHawes8