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Computer Science GCSE Resources for Students and Teachers

Computer Science GCSE Resources for Students and Teachers
Social Engineering GCSE Question
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Social Engineering GCSE Question

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6 Mark GCSE question on social engineering. The question has been taken from an AQA past paper **Expain the following social engineering attacks and a way to prevent each one Pharming Phishing Shouldering ** The purpose of the worksheet is to help structure the answer for the students. Highlighted key points Check list Mark Scheme Can be used as a lesson task, homework, plenary to check understanding. #computerscience #socialengineering #pastpaperquestion #gcsecomputerscience #trainingvillage #pharming #phishing #shouldering
Hangman Game Python
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Hangman Game Python

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Learn to code the famous game: Hangman in Python A PDF presentation will guide you through step by step. There are examples of code in similar situations where you can apply your own knowledge to make the code suitable for you game. Answers to code to self mark your own code. Useful explanations covering variables, if statements, strings and functions. Please note: This game is suitable for students with programming experience of if statements and loops. This game would be a great way to practice writing code from scratch, working on if statements and loops. TES does not support python files. Therefore, open the .txt files and copy and paste the code into Python
The CPU Worksheet |ALU CU CACHE BUSES CLOCK
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The CPU Worksheet |ALU CU CACHE BUSES CLOCK

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PDF printable document for note taking on the CPU 5 main parts. There is a section for: The Control Unit The Arithmetic Logic Unit The Cache The Clock Buses This worksheet would be perfect for a homework task, lesson starter, CPU revision. #CPU #computersciencegcse #thecpu #computerscienceresources #cache #alu #buses #computingrevison
Rock Paper Scissors Python Game
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Rock Paper Scissors Python Game

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Learn to code the famous game: Rock Paper Scissors in Python A PDF presentation will guide you through step by step. There are examples of code in similar situations where you can apply your own knowledge to make the code suitable for you game. Answers to code to self mark your own code. Useful explanations covering variables, if statements, strings and functions. Please note: This game is suitable for students with programming experience of if statements. This game would be a great way to practice writing code from scratch, working on if statements and functions. TES does not support python files. Therefore, open the .txt files and copy and paste the code into Python.
GCSE Exam Questions Search & Sorting Algorithms Computer Science
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GCSE Exam Questions Search & Sorting Algorithms Computer Science

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3.1.3 Searching Algorithms 3.1.4 Sorting Algorithms This document is an assessment for the following specification: Understand and explain how the linear search algorithm works Understand and explain how the binary search algorithm works Compare and contrast linear and binary search algorithms Understand and explain how the merge sort algorithm works Understand and explain how the bubble sort algorithm works Compare and contrast merge and bubble sort algorithms This is for AQA . Some of these questions are from real past exam papers. I have thrown in 1 or 2 A Level questions to challenge high graded students. Answers are provided. *Microsoft Word Document
Binary Search A Level Computer Science
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Binary Search A Level Computer Science

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Binary Search A Level Revision Workbook 3.3.4 Searching Algorithms Objective: What a binary search is and how it could be implemented This revision work book includes: Clear and concise revision notes Real life examples Worked exam questions Past paper exam questions Pseudo-code example Programming Question and full answer Exam Tips Aesthetically pleasing workbook
Binary Search Algorithm | GCSE Revision Workbook
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Binary Search Algorithm | GCSE Revision Workbook

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Binary search algorithm GCSE Computer Science revision workbook. 3.1 Fundamentals of algorithms 3.1.3 Searching Algorithms for AQA. This workbook covers the following: Understand and explain how the binary search algorithm works. (students should know the mechanics of the algorithm) Inside this workbook are: Clear and concise revision notes Worked exam questions Practice exam questions Real GCSE past paper exam question (AQA) Answers to all questions Exam tips Aesthetically pleasing workbook This workbook is intended to be used along side a notebook where students will write their answers. The reason is so that students can make their own revision notes at the same time as practicing exam questions. For more GCSE Computer Science resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/TrainingVillage Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@computingrevision Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainingvillageuk/
Concise Revision Notes Representing Algorithms GCSE Computing
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Concise Revision Notes Representing Algorithms GCSE Computing

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Revision notes on 3.1.1 Representing Algorithms Worked exam questions Exam techniques Full content needed to high grade Concise revision notes Aesthetic This document is intended to be used in the following ways: To help students know what good revision notes look like To give students concise content To give students an understanding of how to answer exam questions Follow https://www.instagram.com/trainingvillageuk/ for useful revision. #computerscience #revisionnotes #practiceexam #algorithms
Representing Algorithms Pseudo-code Revision GCSE
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Representing Algorithms Pseudo-code Revision GCSE

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GCSE AQA Computer Science Student Revision Lesson 2021 3.1.1. Representing Algorithms This resource covers ** Pseudo-code** for GCSE. Students can use this resource with their notebooks to make key revision notes and answer important GCSE questions. Students can work independently Students can work at their own pace Activities on improving their work Real GCSE Questions & Mark Scheme Video or PDF Useful exam tips More resources to follow.
Representing Algorithms Keywords GCSE Computer Science
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Representing Algorithms Keywords GCSE Computer Science

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3.1.1 Representing algorithms for AQA GCSE Computer Science. A revision resource containing specific key words and the definition. Suitable for mixed abilities and a check list referring to the AQA exam specification. Keywords included Algorithm Abstraction Decomposition Pseudo-code Flowchart Input/Output Trace table Lesson Idea You can use this document for students to create their own mind-maps or study notes. You can also provide students with this document to learn the keywords as a homework and test them as a starter activity the following lesson. Display on the board throughout a representing algorithm revision lesson.
GCSE Computer Science Algorithm Questions and Answers
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GCSE Computer Science Algorithm Questions and Answers

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****3.1.1 Fundamentals of algorithms AQA past exam questions and answers put together in a work sheet. I have included examples of lower grade answers along with the full mark example answers. Mainly focuses on pseduo-code questions. Both flow chart and pseudo-code answers available. Assessment Option for self marking Could be given as a homework Revision Real GCSE Questions Please leave a positive review if you found this resource helpful #Computerscience #revision assessment #gcsepastpaper #computing #algorithms
Revision Notes & Blank Mindmap | algorithms
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Revision Notes & Blank Mindmap | algorithms

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3.1.1 Representing Algorithms Revision Notes GCSE Computer Science AQA Algorithms Decomposition Abstraction Worked Exam Answers Blank Mind map with prompts Great worksheet as a starter, recap, plenary, homework and proof of exam revision. Related Resources Student Revision workbooks https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/representing-algorithms-introduction-revision-12422000 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/representing-algorithms-decomposition-revision-12442402 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/fundamentals-of-algorithms-abstraction-revision-12443065 Student Friendly Spec https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/representing-algorithms-spec-gcse-aqa-12445537 Algorithm Flash Cards https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/representing-algorithms-flashcards-revision-12444114 Please leave a review! Stay tuned for more resources
Representing Algorithms Spec | GCSE AQA
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Representing Algorithms Spec | GCSE AQA

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STUDENT FRIENDLY SPECIFICATION AQA GCSE COMPUTER SCIENCE 3.1.1 Representing Algorithms Students will be able to see exactly what content they need to know for their exam. A simple check box added for students to keep track of topics they have revised. Feel free to go through this document with students and they can add extra notes on the page. Please leave a review and stay tuned for more resources!
Representing Algorithms Flashcards | Revision
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Representing Algorithms Flashcards | Revision

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Representing Algorithms 3.1.1 AQA Computer Science GCSE 8 Flashcards Key Word & Definition These flash cards can be used for: GCSE Revision Topic Recap Mix & Match Lesson Starter Plenary Task High quality, colourful printable cards. Please be kind to leave a review. Your feedback helps us to make sure our resources are working for you. Thank you!
Fundamentals of Algorithms Abstraction Revision
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Fundamentals of Algorithms Abstraction Revision

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GCSE AQA Computer Science Student Revision Lesson 2020 3.1.1. Representing Algorithms This resource covers abstraction for GCSE. Students can use this resource with their notebooks to make key revision notes and answer important GCSE questions. Students can work independently Students can work at their own pace Activities on improving their work Worked exam question Real GCSE Questions & Mark Scheme Video or PDF Useful exam tips More resources to follow.
Representing Algorithms Decomposition Revision
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Representing Algorithms Decomposition Revision

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GCSE AQA Computer Science Student Revision Lesson 2020 3.1.1. Representing Algorithms This resource covers decomposition for GCSE. Students can use this resource with their notebooks to make key revision notes and answer important GCSE questions. Students can work independently Students can work at their own pace Activities on improving their work Worked exam question Real GCSE Questions & Mark Scheme Video or PDF Useful exam tips More resources to follow.
Representing Algorithms Introduction Revision
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Representing Algorithms Introduction Revision

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GCSE AQA Computer Science Student Revision Lesson 2020 3.1.1. Representing Algorithms This resource covers the first** introduction** into algorithms for GCSE. Students can use this resource with their notebooks to make key revision notes and answer important GCSE questions. Students can work independently Students can work at their own pace Activities on improving their work Real GCSE Questions & Mark Scheme Video or PDF Useful exam tips More resources to follow.
E-BOOK: HOW TO close the gender gap in Computer Science GCSE
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E-BOOK: HOW TO close the gender gap in Computer Science GCSE

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This e-book is your guide to understand how to increase and retain the number of female students studying Computer Science at GCSE. A full guide on how to support students at home or at school Different tips on how to build confidence in female students What can be done to retain the number of female students OVER 100 DOWNLOADS VIA PAYHIP Please leave a positive review if you found this resource helpful #gcsecomputerscience #computerscience #femalecomputing #gcsecomputing
Why study Computer Science Poster
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Why study Computer Science Poster

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Hello! I have designed a modern, aesthetically pleasing poster, highlighting 3 reasons why your students should be studying Computer Science. The poster can be used: Infographic on your classroom wall Supporting a display of students Computing work on a corridor around your school Student hand out Supporting document at parents evening/options evening Insert into students revision guides The poster is purposely illustrated to be relatable for students. *PDF