Looking at the existing APP criteria and the suggested computing levels from CAS I have put together an assessment grid. It has too many statements for my liking but find it difficult to inlude both sets of criteria.
Any fedback welcome
Mind Maps for students to fill in summarising the key information for certain topics (PDF and Word Formats). Topics inlclude:
-Representation of data (numbers, images, text, sound and instructions)
-Programming and Algorithms
Suitable for the OCR GCSE Computing Specification
GCSE Computing Revision Guide from OCR. Past Paper Questions included with permission from OCR
Sample can be found on my other resources for Binary Representation
NOTE: There was an error which has been corrected. On page 45 the Mac Address is 8 Bits not 42.
Booklets for students to fill in for each activity for the GCSE Computer Science course for OCR 9-1.
The booklets are to support the delivery of the lesson and allows students to make notes and complete questions to show their understanding.
Useful alongside the revision booklet available to purchase as an additional resource.
Some summary sheets for F452 and F453 for OCR A Level Computing Specification. Topics that are inluded are:
-Designing solution to problems
-Strcuture of procedural programs
-Data types and software
-Testing and running a program
-Function of operating systems
-Function and purpose of translators
-Computer architectures (includes mind map)
-High Level Programming Paradigms (includes mind map)
-Low level languages
Revision guide in PDF and Editable Word format. For the 9-1 OCR GCSE Computer Science Specification
A simplified revision guide focusing on the key points students need to know rather than providing lots of information that is hard to retain.
Fonts have been embedded for the word version. If the fonts do not display on the Word document you may need download from www.dafont.com. Fonts used are Bebas, Sketch Block and Backspacer Tribute or let me know and I will fix for you.