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HTML and Website Development KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser
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HTML and Website Development KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser

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Editable and extendable, the HTML and Website Development KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser (KO) covers computing concepts on this topic. Informative and pictorial, this KO will engage your students instantly. This KO is an essential summary of knowledge that your students will cover on this specific topic in your lessons usually over a period of a few weeks. The KOs are distributed to students at the beginning of a series of lessons on a topic and are then used as an overview of knowledge in a variety of ways for homework and class activities. Practical tips on how to use KOs: • The students are memorising accurate vocabulary terms using the Key Vocabulary section • The students are answering questions on the content of a Knowledge Organiser • The students are recreating from memory diagrams from the Knowledge Organisers Purchasing this resource will save you a considerable amount of time. This resource is easy to edit and extend, so that you can tailor it to the specific requirements of your curricula.
Computer Crime & Cyber Security KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser
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Computer Crime & Cyber Security KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser

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Editable and extendable, the Computer Crime and Cyber Security KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser (KO) covers computing concepts on this topic. Informative and pictorial, this KO will engage your students instantly. This KO is an essential summary of knowledge that your students will cover on this specific topic in your lessons usually over a period of a few weeks. The KOs are distributed to students at the beginning of a series of lessons on a topic and are then used as an overview of knowledge in a variety of ways for homework and class activities. Practical tips on how to use KOs: • The students are memorising accurate vocabulary terms using the Key Vocabulary section • The students are answering questions on the content of a Knowledge Organiser • The students are recreating from memory diagrams from the Knowledge Organisers Purchasing this resource will save you a considerable amount of time. This resource is easy to edit and extend, so that you can tailor it to the specific requirements of your curricula.
Understanding Computers KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser
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Understanding Computers KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser

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Editable and extendable, the Understanding Computers KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser (KO) covers computing concepts on this topic. Informative and pictorial, this KO will engage your students instantly. This KO is an essential summary of knowledge that your students will cover on this specific topic in your lessons usually over a period of a few weeks. The KOs are distributed to students at the beginning of a series of lessons on a topic and are then used as an overview of knowledge in a variety of ways for homework and class activities. Practical tips on how to use KOs: • The students are memorising accurate vocabulary terms using the Key Vocabulary section • The students are answering questions on the content of a Knowledge Organiser • The students are recreating from memory diagrams from the Knowledge Organisers Purchasing this resource will save you a considerable amount of time. This resource is easy to edit and extend, so that you can tailor it to the specific requirements of your curricula.
Networks KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser
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Networks KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser

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Editable and extendable, the Networks KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser (KO) covers computing concepts on this topic. Informative and pictorial, this KO will engage your students instantly. This KO is an essential summary of knowledge that your students will cover on this specific topic in your lessons usually over a period of a few weeks. The KOs are distributed to students at the beginning of a series of lessons on a topic and are then used as an overview of knowledge in a variety of ways for homework and class activities. Practical tips on how to use KOs: • The students are memorising accurate vocabulary terms using the Key Vocabulary section • The students are answering questions on the content of a Knowledge Organiser • The students are recreating from memory diagrams from the Knowledge Organisers Purchasing this resource will save you a considerable amount of time. This resource is easy to edit and extend, so that you can tailor it to the specific requirements of your curricula.
Introduction to Programming KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser
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Introduction to Programming KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser

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Editable and extendable, the Introduction to Programming KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser (KO) covers computing concepts on this topic. Informative and pictorial, this KO will engage your students instantly. This KO is an essential summary of knowledge that your students will cover on this specific topic in your lessons usually over a period of a few weeks. The KOs are distributed to students at the beginning of a series of lessons on a topic and are then used as an overview of knowledge in a variety of ways for homework and class activities. Practical tips on how to use KOs: • The students are memorising accurate vocabulary terms using the Key Vocabulary section • The students are answering questions on the content of a Knowledge Organiser • The students are recreating from memory diagrams from the Knowledge Organisers Purchasing this resource will save you a considerable amount of time. This resource is easy to edit and extend, so that you can tailor it to the specific requirements of your curricula.
Database Development KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser
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Database Development KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser

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Editable and extendable, the Database Development KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser (KO) covers computing concepts on this topic. Informative and pictorial, this KO will engage your students instantly. This KO is an essential summary of knowledge that your students will cover on this specific topic in your lessons usually over a period of a few weeks. The KOs are distributed to students at the beginning of a series of lessons on a topic and are then used as an overview of knowledge in a variety of ways for homework and class activities. Practical tips on how to use KOs: • The students are memorising accurate vocabulary terms using the Key Vocabulary section • The students are answering questions on the content of a Knowledge Organiser • The students are recreating from memory diagrams from the Knowledge Organisers Purchasing this resource will save you a considerable amount of time. This resource is easy to edit and extend, so that you can tailor it to the specific requirements of your curricula.
Modelling with Spreadsheets KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser
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Modelling with Spreadsheets KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser

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Editable and extendable, the Modelling with Spreadsheets KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser (KO) covers computing concepts on this topic. Informative and pictorial, this KO will engage your students instantly. This KO is an essential summary of knowledge that your students will cover on this specific topic in your lessons usually over a period of a few weeks. The KOs are distributed to students at the beginning of a series of lessons on a topic and are then used as an overview of knowledge in a variety of ways for homework and class activities. Practical tips on how to use KOs: • The students are memorising accurate vocabulary terms using the Key Vocabulary section • The students are answering questions on the content of a Knowledge Organiser • The students are recreating from memory diagrams from the Knowledge Organisers Purchasing this resource will save you a considerable amount of time. This resource is easy to edit and extend, so that you can tailor it to the specific requirements of your curricula.
Sound Manipulation in Audacity KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser
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Sound Manipulation in Audacity KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser

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Editable and extendable, the Sound Manipulation in Audacity KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser (KO) covers computing concepts on this topic. Informative and pictorial, this KO will engage your students instantly. This KO is an essential summary of knowledge that your students will cover on this specific topic in your lessons usually over a period of a few weeks. The KOs are distributed to students at the beginning of a series of lessons on a topic and are then used as an overview of knowledge in a variety of ways for homework and class activities. Practical tips on how to use KOs: • The students are memorising accurate vocabulary terms using the Key Vocabulary section • The students are answering questions on the content of a Knowledge Organiser • The students are recreating from memory diagrams from the Knowledge Organisers Purchasing this resource will save you a considerable amount of time. This resource is easy to edit and extend, so that you can tailor it to the specific requirements of your curricula.
OCR AS Level Revision: von Neumann, Harvard architecture & Array, CISC and RISC processors
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OCR AS Level Revision: von Neumann, Harvard architecture & Array, CISC and RISC processors

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The content can be read off the PPT slides as it is self-explanatory. The included worksheet is easy to print out and use as a plenary activity or for recapping the concepts. Specification covered: OCR AS Level in Computer Science (H046) Von Neumann, Harvard and contemporary processor architecture The differences between and uses of CISC and RISC processors This resource explains the features and the difference between the von Neumann and Harvard architectures and the differences between and uses of CISC and RISC processors. The resource includes a worksheet that can be printed out and given to students to fill in as a plenary activity. The resources that were used for creating this PPT and the worksheet are OCR endorsed. The content can be read off the slides as it is self-explanatory.
KS3  Computing Knowledge Organisers Bundle
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KS3 Computing Knowledge Organisers Bundle

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Editable and extendable Knowledge Organisers (KOs) cover computing concepts. Informative and pictorial, these KOs will engage your students instantly. These KOs are essential summary of knowledge that your students will cover on Computing topics in your lessons usually over a period of a few weeks. The KOs are distributed to students at the beginning of a series of lessons on a topic and are then used as an overview of knowledge in a variety of ways for homework and class activities. Practical tips on how to use KOs: • The students are memorising accurate vocabulary terms using the Key Vocabulary section • The students are answering questions on the content of a Knowledge Organiser • The students are recreating from memory diagrams from the Knowledge Organisers Purchasing this resource will save you a considerable amount of time. This resource is easy to edit and extend, so that you can tailor it to the specific requirements of your curricula.
Using Computers Safely, Effectively and Responsibly KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser
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Using Computers Safely, Effectively and Responsibly KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser

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Using Computers Safely, Effectively and Responsibly KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser Editable and extendable, the Using Computers Safely, Effectively and Responsibly KS3 Computer Science Knowledge Organiser (KO) covers computing concepts on this topic. Informative and pictorial, this KO will engage your students instantly. This KO is an essential summary of knowledge that your students will cover on this specific topic in your lessons usually over a period of a few weeks. The KOs are distributed to students at the beginning of a series of lessons on a topic and are then used as an overview of knowledge in a variety of ways for homework and class activities. Practical tips on how to use KOs: • The students are memorising accurate vocabulary terms using the Key Vocabulary section • The students are answering questions on the content of a Knowledge Organiser • The students are recreating from memory diagrams from the Knowledge Organisers Purchasing this resource will save you a considerable amount of time. This resource is easy to edit and extend, so that you can tailor it to the specific requirements of your curricula.
Computer Crime & Cyber Security KS3 Computing SOLO Grid, Knowledge Organiser and Assessment
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Computer Crime & Cyber Security KS3 Computing SOLO Grid, Knowledge Organiser and Assessment

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This KS3 Computer Crime & Cyber Security KS3 Computing resource comprises a SOLO Progress Tracking Grid for approximately six lessons, a corresponding Knowledge Organiser, a multiple choice Test and the Answers for the test. The resources are editable and so you can alter these to your specific curricular. **How to use this resource? ** The Knowledge Organiser and the SOLO Progress Tracking Grid are distributed amongst the students at the beginning of a Term. The SOLO Progress Tracking Grid that matches the Knowledge Organiser is used by the students and the teacher to monitor progress. The students are highlighting / underlining their progress on the Grid each lesson. The Knowledge Organiser Test is used at the end of the Term and will approximately take 40 minutes to complete. The Answers are used by the students to self-mark in class or the teacher to determine how well the students have achieved in this topic. I found it useful for the students to complete the KO test in one lesson and self mark it. The students then have converted their scores into a percentage and shared it with me. These tasks can be completed in one 40 – 50 minutes lesson. This resource has been successfully used in my KS3 classes, in an “Outstanding” school as rated by UK Ofsted.
Using Computers Safely & Responsibly KS3 Computing SOLO Grid, Knowledge Organiser and Assessment
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Using Computers Safely & Responsibly KS3 Computing SOLO Grid, Knowledge Organiser and Assessment

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This KS3 Using Computers Safely & Responsibly resource comprises a SOLO Progress Tracking Grid for approximately six lessons, a corresponding Knowledge Organiser, a multiple choice Test and the Answers for the test. The resources are editable and so you can alter these to your specific curricular. **How to use this resource? ** The Knowledge Organiser and the SOLO Progress Tracking Grid are distributed amongst the students at the beginning of a Term. The SOLO Progress Tracking Grid that matches the Knowledge Organiser is used by the students and the teacher to monitor progress. The students are highlighting / underlining their progress on the Grid each lesson. The Knowledge Organiser Test is used at the end of the Term and will approximately take 40 minutes to complete. The Answers are used by the students to self-mark in class or the teacher to determine how well the students have achieved in this topic. I found it useful for the students to complete the KO test in one lesson and self mark it. The students then have converted their scores into a percentage and shared it with me. These tasks can be completed in one 40 – 50 minutes lesson. This resource has been successfully used in my KS3 classes, in an “Outstanding” school as rated by UK Ofsted.