Functional Skills ICT Level 2 Reference Guide

Functional Skills ICT Level 2 Reference Guide

This is a handy reference guide for students following a Level 2 Functional Skills ICT course. It covers 42 A4 pages and consists of 'how to' help sheets ro cover the Functional Skills ICT specification at level 2. The guide covers planning and timetabling, software, interface features, responding to IT probems, managing system settings, viruses, manageinformation storage, the Internet, select infomation, editing, fomatting and layout techniques, graphics, drawing tools, presentations, numerical data, graphs and charts, databases, search and sort data, email, stay safe and respect others, online security, combine and pesent, checking and evaluation techniques.
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WJEC Unit 1 ICT Revision Guide

WJEC Unit 1 ICT Revision Guide

This is a compact revision guide to help students who are revising for WJEC GCSE ICT unit 1. Each section looks at the theory which they may have to answer questions on. Easy to follow contents so learners can target their revision to specific topics.
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ICT level descriptors

ICT level descriptors

There are 3 files here…one it an overview of levels 1 - 6 in ICT. One is childspeak levels The final one is an assessment sheet for each area of ICT which breaks down the levels within the focus area. Topcis also included: assessment.
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CAMBRIDGE NATIONALS R001: UNDERSTANDING COMPUTER SYSTEMS STUDY GUIDE

CAMBRIDGE NATIONALS R001: UNDERSTANDING COMPUTER SYSTEMS STUDY GUIDE

Cambridge Nationals in ICT R001 (J800, J810, J820): One site licence to create photocopies of a complete set of worksheets covering all assessment objectives: AO1: Understand how ICT can be used to meet business needs AO2: Working with information & data to meet specific business needs AO3: How ICT is used to support business working practices AO4: How legal, ethical, safety and security issues affect how computers should be used This concise publication has been created to encourage learners to interact with the contact based on various questions, matching and dragging é dropping activities. It also includes links to engaging videos Many pages are relevant to other courses of study, and can therefore be reused in the future. This publication includes an extremely helpful section about exam technique and some 'top tips' to help students pick up valuable marks.
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Outlook Email 2013 Quick Steps Training Guide

Outlook Email 2013 Quick Steps Training Guide

This guide covers 16 A4 pages (single-sided) printed in colour using a visual style with images and callouts. The guide is designed to cover the most useful and popular operations within the Outlook 2013 software application that a user might need to know and is presented in 10 steps per operation (e.g. Basic operations, Formatting, Editing etc). The guide is useful for anyone wanting to get their heads around using Outlook 2013 and as a handy reference guide for ICT programmes of study (e.g. ECDL, Functional Skills and other L1/L2 ICT qualifications). The guide covers basic operations, (opening, creating a new message, forward, reply, cc and bcc, sending, closing etc), editing folders and emails, work with email messages (attachments, priority, flag, signatures,), work withcontacts, appointments and meetings and calendars.
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Functional Skills ICT Level 1 Reference Guide Office 2010

Functional Skills ICT Level 1 Reference Guide Office 2010

This is a handy reference guide for students following a Level 1 Functional Skills ICT course. It covers 28 A4 pages and consists of 'how to' help sheets ro cover the Functional Skills ICT specification at level 1. The guide covers planning and timetabling, managing system settings, data storage, computer security, finding and selecting information, editing, fomatting and layout techniques, graphics, drawing tools, presentations, numerical data, graphs and charts, databases, email, stay safe and respect others, output, checking and evaluation techniques.
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LEVEL DESCRIPTORS CHILD SPEAK

LEVEL DESCRIPTORS CHILD SPEAK

The National Curriculum Targets rewritten in child speak Thanks to lindab for her comment - hadnt noticed i missed that one! Have changed it to this:Level 1 • I can use different information. • I use ICT to work with words, pictures and sounds to share my ideas. • I know that machines follow instructions. • I can make decisions to make machines do different tasks. • I can talk about using ICT. If you can think of a better phrase, please let me know, thanks
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Tips for Communicating on the Internet

Tips for Communicating on the Internet

Poster illustrating some good rules to follow when communicating with others on the Internet: Use Standard English – no text talk (e.g. gr8, 2nite) Write in good English – including grammar and punctuation Be polite – don’t use offensive language Keep safe – don’t reveal any personal information
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ICT Assessment Spreadsheet KS2

ICT Assessment Spreadsheet KS2

Excel spreadsheets for levelling based on a non QCA sceme of work. Will calcualte arbitrary sub-levels. Change the formula and headings to suit your own needs. Topics also included: assessment; paperwork.
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Bournemouth Oceanarium

Bournemouth Oceanarium

A worksheet to accompany the exploration of a child friendly website. It is not an exercise in reading comprehension but rather a tool that allows children to become familiar with websites and how we describe their various functions. The main teaching objectives are to give the children the opportunity to practice writing. There is scope for whole class, small group and pair work in the form of discussion and brainstorming. Depending on the needs of the class the writing stages may either be independent or guided. Worksheet to help ICT support literacy.
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