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QR Code Technology Classroom Posters

QR Code Technology Classroom Posters

Post these QR Code posters around your classroom so your students have quick access to websites. This free resource also includes a link to create your own QR codes. This set of technology posters has technology based educational websites.
rombop
Computer Science GCSE Unit: 4 Hardware - Motion terms - Learn the key terms

Computer Science GCSE Unit: 4 Hardware - Motion terms - Learn the key terms

Computer Science GCSE CIE 0478 Unit: 4 Topic: Hardware A set of editable presentations that help students learn the key terms and definitions for the topic stated. The presentation includes instructions and is setup to run ‘generation game’ type activities where the terms appear and move across the screen one after the other. Students watch and try to memorise the terms/definitions Then write down as many as they can. Next, in groups they work together to see if they can reproduce a full list of key facts and definitions Then they check the answers from the full list My students enjoy these activities and retained more of the details when rechecked 4 weeks later compared to other strategies that I have used.
cormacmcgleenon
Sphero SPRK: 10 Scaffolding Challenges

Sphero SPRK: 10 Scaffolding Challenges

Programming enthusiasts can use a Sphero robot to introduce basic coding to learners and students. This resource includes: Introduce what a Sphero is 10 Scaffolding Challenge Instructions for the students to follow with their Spheros. These challenges work well with pairs and small groups of students. Everything is fully editable on Google Slides.
rombop
Computer Science Revision Mat

Computer Science Revision Mat

Useful revision resource for computer science which covers the following topics: System Architecture Memory Storage Wired and Wireless Networks Network Topologies, Layers and Protocols System Security System Software Ethical, Legal, Cultural and environmental concerns All topic have a range of exam style questions taken from previous exam papers to support with revision.
JayMe07
OCR GCSE COMPUTER SCIENCE PAPER 1 NOTES

OCR GCSE COMPUTER SCIENCE PAPER 1 NOTES

Notes for the whole of paper 1 with exam-style questions on nearly every page Ways of using these notes: -Give as revision notes to class (colour exam answers in purple to white) Use as teaching on board, talk through notes Use for whole class revision (colour red key words as white so they can fill them in) Give as a flipped learning resource NOTE- There is a PowerPoint for computer legislation, not word document.
garetboy
GCSE Computer Science Paper 2 Revision Work Booklet - Topic Quizzes and Model Answers - AQA 8520

GCSE Computer Science Paper 2 Revision Work Booklet - Topic Quizzes and Model Answers - AQA 8520

This is a collection of module quizzes covering key content that is assessed in paper 2 of the new specification GCSE. I will be using these as a final push for my current year 11s in the run up to the final exam. They are specifically designed for AQA 8520 spec, but content is also suitable for OCR and other boards. In total there are 5 double page module quizzes, along with answers to each. The key topics are: Data Representation, Computer System (hardware/software), Networks, Binary Shifts/Arithmetic and Ethical, legal and Environmental impact. There are questions covering the vast majority of the specification, but these are in no way intended to be exhaustive. The question style features exam style questions, along with question types designed to prompt recall and understanding. Full answers are provided for each quiz. Note: These module quizzes can be obtained individually, or as a complete package, in my TES shop. If you have already purchased any module quizzes, or if you want topics spanning both paper 1 and 2, it may be better to buy the others instead. Hope these help. Thanks, Toby Watkins
MrWatkins123
Introduction to Logic Gates (KS3 + 4 Friendly)

Introduction to Logic Gates (KS3 + 4 Friendly)

An introduction to logic gates which i used at KS3 and KS4. Easy to understand and straight forward. Included are: Teachers powerpoint (walks the students through the gates with examples) Progress log (Track students progress) Self marking spreadsheet that includes tasks, extension and a helpsheet
msmarwaha
Unit 18 / 19 / 20 Cambridge Technicals Level 3 *Triple Pack*

Unit 18 / 19 / 20 Cambridge Technicals Level 3 *Triple Pack*

**Unit 18 / 19 / 20 Cambridge Technicals (2016) Level 3 Triple Pack ** This rescource will provide you with the relevant resoucres to complete the following units on the Cambridge Technicals units: Unit 18 - Hardware Unit 19 - Software Unit 20 - Technical Support Combine these 3 units with the examination units (1 & 2) to achieve 1 A Level for your students! Each unit is available on their own in my shop, the 3 together offered at over 40% off!
msmarwaha
Memory & Storage for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

Memory & Storage for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

This “Memory and Storage” student workbook is ideal for students, non-specialist teachers, NQTs any anyone who wants to learn more about computer memory and storage to gain confidence in the OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276) “1.2. Memory” and “1.3 Storage” specifications. Can be used in the classroom as a teaching aid, for self-study or as a revision tool. This 22-page PDF which covers the theory and includes ready-to-use tasks and even includes the answers. Table of Contents: Read Only Memory (ROM) The purpose of ROM Random Access Memory (RAM) The purpose of RAM Dynamic RAM (DRAM) Static RAM (SRAM) The difference between ROM and RAM The need for virtual memory Flash memory The need for secondary storage Data capacity and calculation of data requirements Common types of storage Optical Magnetic Solid state Suitable storage devices and storage media for a given application Capacity Speed Portability Durability Reliability Cost
nwilkin
Systems Architecture for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

Systems Architecture for OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276)

This “Systems Architecture” student workbook is ideal for students, non-specialist teachers, NQTs any anyone who wants to learn more about Systems Architecture, to gain confidence in the OCR GCSE (9-1) in Computer Science (J276) 1.1. Systems Architecture specification. Can be used in the classroom as a teaching aid, for self-study or as a revision tool. This 26 page PDF which covers the theory and includes ready-to-use tasks and even includes the answers. Table of Contents: Systems Architecture Hardware Software The purpose of the CPU Von Neumann Architecture Memory Address Register (MAR) Memory Data Register (MDR) Program Counter (PC) Accumulator (AC) Common CPU Components Arithmetic / Logic unit (ALU) Control unit (CU) Cache Busses The Fetch-Execute cycle How common characteristics of CPUs affect their performance Clock speed Cache size Number of cores Purpose of embedded systems Examples of embedded systems
nwilkin
School Robot Challenge 2018: design a space robot and moonbase (aged 13-18)

School Robot Challenge 2018: design a space robot and moonbase (aged 13-18)

This competition is intended to engage and inspire school children and students through the subject of robotics and space exploration. It aims to provide a compelling introduction to computer aided design, robotics, and space exploration through the design and modelling of a virtual robot at work on another planet. The competition is open to all school children and students in the UK from the ages of 4 to 18. There are two competitions: one for ages 4-12 and the other for ages 13-18. What will I learn? The software accompanying this challenge (links below) will provide participants with a basic introduction to 3D computer aided design and modelling, as well as providing a medium to explore links between creative art and computing. This competition will allow entrants to explore and visualise their own ideas about the future uses of robots in space, and aims to be inspiring, educational and fun. Who is running the competition? The competition is run by the EPSRC UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems Network (UK-RAS), a network of UK universities specialising in Robotics and Autonomous Systems. It is part of a family of competitions organised for the UK Robotics Week, which runs from 21 - 29 June 2018. A panel of judges, consisting of leading scientists and engineers, will select the winning designs in each age category. What are the judges looking for? The judging panel will select their favourite robot and planetary environment. We are looking for creative entries: this could be a robot servicing a spaceport or outpost, or a robot undertaking scientific investigation and exploration on an unusual planet, or any other application of robots in space that you can think of! The judges will choose winning designs that are innovative, interesting, fun, compelling, technically advanced and visually appealing. How do I enter the competition? All you need to do is follow the instructions outlined in the instruction pack! If you get stuck please email us. The competition is split into 2 categories by age group: 4 - 12yrs and 13 - 18yrs. Deadline for submission of entries: Friday 15th June 2018, 23:00 BST
UKRoboticsWeek
School Robot Challenge 2018 - design a space robot and moonbase (ages 4-12)

School Robot Challenge 2018 - design a space robot and moonbase (ages 4-12)

This competition is intended to engage and inspire school children and students through the subject of robotics and space exploration. It aims to provide a compelling introduction to computer aided design, robotics, and space exploration through the design and modelling of a virtual robot at work on another planet. The competition is open to all school children and students in the UK from the ages of 4 to 18. There are two competitions: one for ages 4-12 and the other for ages 13-18. What will I learn? The software accompanying this challenge (links below) will provide participants with a basic introduction to 3D computer aided design and modelling, as well as providing a medium to explore links between creative art and computing. This competition will allow entrants to explore and visualise their own ideas about the future uses of robots in space, and aims to be inspiring, educational and fun. Who is running the competition? The competition is run by the EPSRC UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems Network (UK-RAS), a network of UK universities specialising in Robotics and Autonomous Systems. It is part of a family of competitions organised for the UK Robotics Week, which runs from 21 - 29 June 2018. A panel of judges, consisting of leading scientists and engineers, will select the winning designs in each age category. What are the judges looking for? The judging panel will select their favourite robot and planetary environment. We are looking for creative entries: this could be a robot servicing a spaceport or outpost, or a robot undertaking scientific investigation and exploration on an unusual planet, or any other application of robots in space that you can think of! The judges will choose winning designs that are innovative, interesting, fun, compelling, technically advanced and visually appealing. How do I enter the competition? All you need to do is follow the instructions outlined in the instruction pack! If you get stuck please email us. The competition is split into 2 categories by age group: 4 - 12yrs and 13 - 18yrs. Deadline for submission of entries: Friday 15th June 2018, 23:00 BST
UKRoboticsWeek
Cambridge Technicals IT Level 3 Unit 18: Computer Systems - Hardware 2016

Cambridge Technicals IT Level 3 Unit 18: Computer Systems - Hardware 2016

An entire collection of my thoughts and ideas on this new unit. After teaching the legacy spec for many years, i have found my students to excel in the subject using resources like these, resulting in positive feedback from external moderators. For this course you cannot offer templates to learners, however the red notes may of use to aid learners in their writing. Feedback is greatly appreciated! TES will only show a preview of the documents, the entire collection of LO’s for the unit are included. Please feel free to provide feedback or comments: eyeteateacher128@gmail.com
EyeTeaTeacher
Systems Software Knowledge Organiser GCSE OCR Computer Science J276

Systems Software Knowledge Organiser GCSE OCR Computer Science J276

My current year 11 students have been extremely positive about the Knowledge Organisers that I have created for their Computer Science revision (and students in previous years on the legacy spec). This resource is a two-page knowledge organiser that covers everything that a student should need to be able to answer any of the Systems Software questions in the Computer Science exam (as tried and tested on my year 11 students). This is not a lesson plan - it covers the Operating System - user interfaces, File Manager, Peripheral Manager, Process Manager, Memory Manager; and Utility Software - Compression, Defragmentation, Encryption and Backup (Full and Incremental), with a flowchart showing an incremental backup as per the OCR example exam paper. This covers the new J276 OCR specification for GCSE Computer Science. Please do leave feedback if possible, I hope you find it useful.
Raych6000
Computer Science - KEYWORDS TABOO

Computer Science - KEYWORDS TABOO

This is a powerpoint of over 140 keywords for GCSE Computer Science. Mainly for the AQA Specification but could also be used for other exam boards. Free to use by anyone but drop me an email if you do use as it would be noce to know woh has used it. The game is called TABOO. It is where the powerpoint is presented at the front and there is different teams. So you could have 2 teams and each team selects a player. Team one player goes and sits in front of the board, facing away from the board. Then their team has to describe the word that comes up on the board without saying the banned words on the screen or the word it self. The person facing away from the board has to guess what the word is behind them. The team with the most correct answers wins. A time limit is fun to do. An ONLINE version is availble here - https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1zxMbWVjzyUlaBtMdVNxtoIZaANeIcR23hKEbkWZysIA/edit?usp=sharing
joshpayne72
Teach yourself the ENTIRE AQA GCSE Computer Science specification

Teach yourself the ENTIRE AQA GCSE Computer Science specification

Looking for a complete solution to help you get to grips with the AQA Computer Science GCSE (9-10)? Need to feel more confident with the subject matter? Not sure how to approach some areas of the curriculum? Want a ready-to-use resource that is ideal for use in the classroom, for homework tasks and self-study? “Nichola thank you. They have saved me a lot of time" Matt - Computing Teacher We have created 7 detailed PDF student workbooks that EXACTLY match the AQA GCE (9-1) Computer Science (8520) specification. Each includes theory, tasks to recap the knowledge and put new skills into practice. they even include the answers! Seperatly these would cost £150 but if you buy them as part of this bundle it only costs £100 saving you a massive £50. “Love these packs - saved me so much work” Laura - Head of Computing Perfect for non-specialist teachers, NQTs or teachers who feel a little unsure about the qualification content and want some ready-to-use tasks to use in class. “Love your revision books. Your resources are such a life saver!” Katie - Non-specialist computing teacher Provided as seven separate PDF documents: • Fundamentals of algorithms • Programming • Fundamentals of data representation • Computer systems • Fundamentals of computer networks • Fundamentals of cyber security • Ethical, legal and environmental impacts of digital technology on wider society, including issues of privacy “Brilliant. These have been fab and my students love them.” Debbie - Computing Teacher These are ideal to use in the classroom, as homework tasks or for independent study as revision for the examinations.
nwilkin
GCSE Computer Science Revision Workbook - Includes 9 Knowledge Organisers and 9 Quizzes - BEST VALUE

GCSE Computer Science Revision Workbook - Includes 9 Knowledge Organisers and 9 Quizzes - BEST VALUE

This is a combined document including knowledge organisers, module quizzes and solutions for all of the main Computer Science content. I am using this as a “last-minute” revision pack for my year 11s, but could also be used throughout the year to aid learning and understanding. It is the best value way of purchasing all of my painstakingly organisers and quizzes. If you have already bought either my knowledge organisers or module quizzes and are looking for the other, please don’t buy this. Full packs of knowledge organisers and module quizzes are available separately as bundles. It has been designed to be printed as a stapled booklet, with students using the knowledge organisers to help them learn for the quizzes, before checking their work with the solutions. Alternatively, you could print select pages. These are available individually for a total of £36, so a saving of £8 by buying the full set here.
MrWatkins123
GCSE Computer Science 9 x Module Quizzes - Great for exam revision, consolidation, assessment or homework

GCSE Computer Science 9 x Module Quizzes - Great for exam revision, consolidation, assessment or homework

This is a collection of my module quizzes - a series of exam style questions and key knowledge/skill checks for each of the main Computer Science topic. Questions are applicable to all exam boards including AQA and OCR. All module quizzes come with full answers provided. I print these 2 to a page and use them both for end of topic assessments for current year 10, and exam revision for year 11.
MrWatkins123
Systems Architecture and Memory Knowledge Organiser GCSE OCR Computer Science J276

Systems Architecture and Memory Knowledge Organiser GCSE OCR Computer Science J276

My current year 11 students have been extremely positive about the Knowledge Organisers that I have created for their Computer Science revision (and students in previous years on the legacy spec). This resource covers a lot of new terminology as well as some from the legacy spec. Mainly the Von Neumann Architecture; registers; and the fetch, decode, execute cycle to include buses and registers. The resource also covers embedded systems and factors that affect performance. This covers the new J276 OCR specification for GCSE Computer Science. Please do leave feedback if possible, I hope you find it useful.
Raych6000
GCSE ICT

GCSE ICT

The very best from gwhiting7 and his award winning GCSE ICT Resources, including: Workbook (usually £13.50) Individual worksheets on a range of topics (usually £2 each) Mind-maps (usually £4 each) Wordsearches/crosswords (usually £4 each) Fillable assessment forms (usually £3 each) Read my reviews - all top quality resources that can be used for KS3, 4 and 5.
gwhiting7
End of KS3 Computer Science assessment test

End of KS3 Computer Science assessment test

This test is ideal to use as an end of KS3 test which can either be used to provide a VERY APPROXIMATE predicted grade for GCSE (9-1) Computer Science or to help you decide which pupils you think will be suitable for selecting the subject at GCSE. Alternatively, it can be used as a baseline assessment at the start of year 10 or when a new pupil joins your school to help you find gaps in their knowledge. It covers the following areas: • Programming skills • Binary • Inside a computer (hardware and software) • Networks • Computers and the law There is a 7-page A4 PDF document containing the test to photocopy and give out to the pupils, a 4-page PDF document containing the mark scheme and a 1-page PDF document for the teacher giving guidance on how to administer the test and giving very approximate predicted grades for GCSE (9-1).
nwilkin
Computer Science AQA GCSE (9-1) Paper 2 exam preparation workbooks

Computer Science AQA GCSE (9-1) Paper 2 exam preparation workbooks

This is the most comprehensive set of resources which entirely cover the AQA GCSE (9-1) Computer Science (8520) - Paper 2 examination. These workbooks exactly match the AQA syllabus and include the theory as well as tasks to complete and the answers. Ideal to be used in a classroom, to set for homework or as a self-study aid for teacher’s who feel they need to become more confident with the subject matter. Includes 5 separate PDF documents covering the following areas Fundamentals of data representation Computer systems Fundamentals of computer networks Fundamentals of cyber security Ethical, legal and environmental impacts of digital technology on wider society, including issues of privacy Usually these high-quality, detailed workbooks sell for £20 each but by purchasing them as a bundle you can get all 5 workbooks for only £60, saving you a massive £40.
nwilkin
GCSE Computer Science Module Quiz - Computer System Hardware/Software- Linked to Knowledge Organiser

GCSE Computer Science Module Quiz - Computer System Hardware/Software- Linked to Knowledge Organiser

This is a module summary quiz on the topic of the Computer System, including Hardware and Software. The assessment features a range of question types and includes full worked solutions and answers. I print these 2 to a page and use them as a low stakes quiz at the end of a module. I will also be reusing them as a revision resource for my year 11s. These module quizzes are linked to the Knowledge Organisers I have also made and are available on TES. Most of the content is featured on the similarly named organiser, but would still be more than suitable without the use of the organisers. Any questions, please feel free to ask. Thanks, Toby Watkins
MrWatkins123
Interesting projects with  your micro:bit, How to: Bloodhound SSC

Interesting projects with your micro:bit, How to: Bloodhound SSC

Written by Adrian Oldknow (CCITE) for the Bloodhound Project, this is a comprehensive ‘How -to’ guide to adapt your micro:bit for projects such as an automatic plant waterer, to a smart lighting system. The BLOODHOUND Project is a global Engineering Adventure, using a 1,000mph World Land Speed Record attempt to inspire the next generation to enjoy, explore and get involved in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. For more information on our inspiring workshops, activities, videos, and resources, visit www.bloodhoundssc.com, or follow us on twitter: @Bloodhound_EDU.
Bloodhound_EDU
Using micro:bit for data logging and modelling, How-to Guide Bloodhound SSC

Using micro:bit for data logging and modelling, How-to Guide Bloodhound SSC

Written by Adrian Oldknow (CCITE) for the Bloodhound Project, This comprehensive guide helps you set up your micro:bit for physics practicals recording temperature, light intensity and more. The BLOODHOUND Project is a global Engineering Adventure, using a 1,000mph World Land Speed Record attempt to inspire the next generation to enjoy, explore and get involved in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. For more information on our inspiring workshops, activities, videos, and resources, visit www.bloodhoundssc.com, or follow us on twitter: @Bloodhound_EDU.
Bloodhound_EDU
Computer Science Poster: Computer Systems

Computer Science Poster: Computer Systems

***Updated! Now includes hardware & software definitions, utility software and embedded software! Download my free poster to support your GCSE computer science students prepare for their exams. The poster includes information the following areas of computer systems: Computer system diagram including components of the CPU, motherboard, storage and connections Peripheral devices (input & output devices and storage systems [magnetic, optical & solid state]) Software (examples of operating systems and application software) Von Neuman architecture Key components of a computer Memory & storage Factors affecting the performance of the CPU Update: High Resolution 2560x1440 in both PNG & JPEG format ***Please leave a Review!!!
RobbotResources
Computer Science - Storage Methods - Optical, Magnetic etc. PPT, Test, Booklet, Answers

Computer Science - Storage Methods - Optical, Magnetic etc. PPT, Test, Booklet, Answers

A full section of work that introduces Computer Science students to different types of Computer Storage.** Watch the video preview** BEFORE you buy so you can see the quality of this resource! This mega resource includes: 23 Slide PowerPoint with tasks and theory on Computer Storage. 7 page booklet for students to complete 40 mark assessment / test Mark scheme of the assessment / test 15 page student revision booklet on the Memory topic (adapted from the lesson PowerPoint) This resource is suitable for anyone teaching Optical, Magnetic and Solid State Storage as well as the advantages/disadvantages of these types of storage. The lesson also includes selecting the most appropriate storage methods and how storage capacity is measured. Enjoy.
brad-ashley
GCSE Computing Blockbusters

GCSE Computing Blockbusters

This is a Revision tool based on the old Blockbusters game format with a gameboard that can be customised with your own questions and can be used as a whole class revision resource or in pairs on their own computers. The player selects the hexagon and the question automatically appears at the bottom of the screen. The answer can be revealed by clicking the “Reveal Answer” button. The hexagon can then be turned blue or white depending on who won the hexagon or black if they got it wrong. The gameboard is currently loaded with GCSE revision computer-related questions but can be changed by clicking on the “Questions” sheet and changing the information. After updating the Questions and Answers, click “Reset Gameboard” to rebuild the gameboard with your new questions and answers. If you have answers starting with the same letter then you can enter two letters to differentiate your answers. This opens the game to more possibilities. Note: This excel spreadsheet uses macros in order to work. Please enable them upon loading the spreadsheet.
jonmward
Computing Glossary (GCSE & A-Level)

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.
Maths4Everyone
Computer Memory (Primary, Secondary, RAM, ROM, Flash, Virtual) PPT, Test, Booklet, Answers

Computer Memory (Primary, Secondary, RAM, ROM, Flash, Virtual) PPT, Test, Booklet, Answers

A full section of work that introduces Computer Science students to different types of Computer Memory. **Watch the video preview **BEFORE you buy so you can see the quality of this resource! This mega resource includes: **17 slide **PowerPoint with introduction memory task and notes on different types of memory 4 page booklet for students to complete 30 mark assessment / test Mark scheme of the assessment / test 15 page student revision booklet on the Memory topic (adapted from the lesson PowerPoint) Tarsia puzzle on memory (students need to match the phrases together to make a pyramid shape - GREAT for group work). The solution to the Tarsia puzzle (I often print this and put it in the corridor, giving students who struggle a chance to peek if needed). This resource is suitable for anyone teaching RAM, ROM, Primary, Secondary, Virtual and Flash Memory. I have mapped this against OCR GCSE Computer Science - though anyone teaching these topics will be able to use this resource as there’s no mention of OCR specifically. Enjoy.
brad-ashley
ICT iGCSE/KS3 Digital Devices EAL

ICT iGCSE/KS3 Digital Devices EAL

These lessons were made for students in the Middle East and have a strong focus on EAL and keyword acquisition/application. Each lesson has keywords on easy to use cards that fit into the lesson activity and also make excellent printable revision resources (the revision guide features them all in one place). Each lesson begins with a different active learning activity, a mini-plenary and a written or creative ICT task requiring the correct application of the keywords. All have stretch questioning to the main activities. The SOW has an online mid and end of unit test that can be found at www.wolseyacademy.com Wolsey Academy has had a lot of success with this SOW with EAL students who have really progressed in their understanding of the technically vocabulary involved with the ICT iGCSE.
WolseyAcademy
Digital Devices - 17. Keyword Revision Guide - 67 Keyword cards - Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL

Digital Devices - 17. Keyword Revision Guide - 67 Keyword cards - Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL

Digital Devices - 17. Keyword Revision Guide - 67 Keyword cards - Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL Catering for Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1. Revision Guide These lessons were made for students in the Middle East and have a strong focus on EAL and keyword acquisition/application. Each lesson has 3-8 keywords on easy to use cards that fit into the lesson activity and also make excellent printable revision resources (the revision guide features them all in one place). Each lesson begins with a different active learning activity, a mini-plenary and a written or creative ICT task requiring the correct application of the keywords. All have stretch questioning to the main activities. The SOW has an online mid and end of unit test that can be found at www.wolseyacademy.com Wolsey Academy has had a lot of success with this SOW with EAL students who have really progressed in their understanding of the technically vocabulary involved with the ICT iGCSE.
WolseyAcademy
Digital Devices - 16.  Data Storage- Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL

Digital Devices - 16. Data Storage- Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL

Digital Devices - 16. Data Storage- Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL Catering for Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1. Lesson 16 of 16 (lessons 1 & 2 and the revision guide are free to download) These lessons were made for students in the Middle East and have a strong focus on EAL and keyword acquisition/application. Each lesson has 3-8 keywords on easy to use cards that fit into the lesson activity and also make excellent printable revision resources (the revision guide features them all in one place). Each lesson begins with a different active learning activity, a mini-plenary and a written or creative ICT task requiring the correct application of the keywords. All have stretch questioning to the main activities. The SOW has an online mid and end of unit test that can be found at www.wolseyacademy.com Wolsey Academy has had a lot of success with this SOW with EAL students who have really progressed in their understanding of the technically vocabulary involved with the ICT iGCSE.
WolseyAcademy
Digital Devices - 15.  User Identification - Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL

Digital Devices - 15. User Identification - Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL

Digital Devices - 15. User Identification - Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL Catering for Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1. Lesson 15 of 16 (lessons 1 & 2 and the revision guide are free to download) These lessons were made for students in the Middle East and have a strong focus on EAL and keyword acquisition/application. Each lesson has 3-8 keywords on easy to use cards that fit into the lesson activity and also make excellent printable revision resources (the revision guide features them all in one place). Ph Each lesson begins with a different active learning activity, a mini-plenary and a written or creative ICT task requiring the correct application of the keywords. All have stretch questioning to the main activities. The SOW has an online mid and end of unit test that can be found at www.wolseyacademy.com Wolsey Academy has had a lot of success with this SOW with EAL students who have really progressed in their understanding of the technically vocabulary involved with the ICT iGCSE.
WolseyAcademy
Digital Devices - 13.  Peripheral Devices Part 2 - Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL

Digital Devices - 13. Peripheral Devices Part 2 - Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL

Digital Devices - 13. Peripheral Devices Part 2 - Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1 – EAL Catering for Edexcel ICT iGCSE Unit 1. Lesson 13 of 16 (lessons 1 & 2 and the revision guide are free to download) These lessons were made for students in the Middle East and have a strong focus on EAL and keyword acquisition/application. Each lesson has 3-8 keywords on easy to use cards that fit into the lesson activity and also make excellent printable revision resources (the revision guide features them all in one place). Each lesson begins with a different active learning activity, a mini-plenary and a written or creative ICT task requiring the correct application of the keywords. All have stretch questioning to the main activities. The SOW has an online mid and end of unit test that can be found at www.wolseyacademy.com Wolsey Academy has had a lot of success with this SOW with EAL students who have really progressed in their understanding of the technically vocabulary involved with the ICT iGCSE.
WolseyAcademy