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OCR Computer Science Checklist

OCR Computer Science Checklist

A checklist i gave to my students to help them cover the key aspects of the specificiation. They tick each box as they go along and feel confident in that area. A good tool to locate weaknesses and improve!
msmarwaha
Scratch Games Design for Computer Science

Scratch Games Design for Computer Science

This is a whole unit of work with a variety of different lessons which aims to take students from basic understanding of the Scratch coding environment to students who develop games. Differentiated resource with clear instructions and challenging advanced activities for students who are capable
PaperAirplane
Entire 8 Lessons of Level 2 CIDA Unit 1 - Developing Web Products

Entire 8 Lessons of Level 2 CIDA Unit 1 - Developing Web Products

8 Lessons of CIDA Unit 1 Developing Web Products Unit including detailed scheme of work, and mock exam plus all resources in each zipped lesson folder to teach pupils in a fun and interesting way from exam paper to full working website. This unit aims to give pupils the knowledge and skills you need to produce attention grabbing web products using web authoring software, multimedia assets and navigation features. Students will practice and demonstrate their ability to design, build and test a web product in a practical computer-based examination set by Pearson.
stevejohnson12
Computing - Creating Apps using AppInventor SOW 12 lessons

Computing - Creating Apps using AppInventor SOW 12 lessons

Learn how to develop App using AppInventor 12 lesson SOW teaching skills to create and control sprite, add event handlers, timers, score counters etc.. Create apps to simulate a picture quiz, space raiders and bat the rat plus more activities. Suitable for KS3 and KS4 Computer Science. All teaching materials and code sample/solution provided.
HeatonMoorDigital
Entire 6 lesson unit of work on making presentations (endangered animals)

Entire 6 lesson unit of work on making presentations (endangered animals)

In this unit of 6 lessons and 35 files, students will plan and create presentations about endangered animals. Students will explore the concept of ‘fitness for purpose’ when using images, text, colour and sound to enhance their presentation using sound, video and music. They will consider how to match and adapt their presentation to a given audience and purpose. Finally, they will evaluate the suitability of their work for different audiences and purposes. Easy to edit, add to or change. 13 page detailed scheme of work suitable for pros or cover staff.
stevejohnson12