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IB & IGCSE Computer sceince teacher and IGCSE examiner, taught in England before moving abroad to teach.

IB & IGCSE Computer sceince teacher and IGCSE examiner, taught in England before moving abroad to teach.
IGCSE Computer science theory booklet
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IGCSE Computer science theory booklet

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67 page IGCSE computer science theory booklet which covers half of the computer science course. Each unit within this unit is covered (computer systems, numbers processors and operating systems, data communications and networking, data integrity and security and binary logic. Designed to be used along with current teaching as there as places for students to include any sheets/work they have produced. the booklet includes: - self assessment of their confidence of each topic which should be referred back to at the end of the topic. - key words page in each unit -start and end tests to see students progress these are multiple choice tests which i carry out using socrative.(tests will be uploaded at some point) - pages where students can stick printed or use on their computers to add in their own work. - a marking page. level,effort, www, ebi (can be adapted to suit own school marking policy) -Practice exam questions pages. **** Some pages have been duplicated to aid the preview, swap first two pages, last page can be deleted and middle page(34)****
IGCSE computer science programming worksheets
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IGCSE computer science programming worksheets

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Full set of worksheets for iGCSE computer science units included programming concepts, pseudo code and flowcharts and algorithm design and problem solving. Intended to be taught as linked units for a more comprehensive learning style.
Snakes and Ladders interactive ppt
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Snakes and Ladders interactive ppt

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Interactive powerpoint perfect for revision lesson at any age group includes: drag and drop player tokes number randomiser in place of a dice button to click for random question (goes to a random page on the presentation where the questions are stored) currently set up for IGCSE computer science but can easily be adapted.