# Clickschool

Resources mostly for KS3 and GCSE Computer Science and ICT

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Resources mostly for KS3 and GCSE Computer Science and ICT

#### Diving into Python: Fun Programming for 11-15 year olds. (v0.2)

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A compact booklet (designed to be printed as small as folded A4 into A5). Designed for 11-15 year olds to get them into programming Python. Some fun/interesting examples... Content: Downloading Python The IDLE Print Saving &amp; Running Sequence Selection (I've been expecting you Mr Bond) Keyboard essentials (short cuts) Secret Message (IF selection,) Boolean Operators Truth Table Forever loop: Iteration For Loop (blast off!) Who is this guy? (nested IF) Introduction to Flowcharts Random number guessing game Ninja Python Turtle (for loop iteration) Shhh, Caesar Cipher Function Kim's Game (Variation) using a custom function and loading an external text file. Enjoy :-)

#### Assembly: We Are Everyday Heroes! Power for Good

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An assembly drama/ideas for songs suitable for a class to perform, maybe Years 5 - 7. The assembly’s message is that you don’t have to be a superhero to be a hero. I’ve a couple of other assembly skits available. For copyright reasons, I cannot include the music, only the script and suggested music.

#### Control Flow charts: Tracing through traffic lights

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Students colour in the traffic lights as they trace through a flow-chart as they learn to understand sequences and sub routines.

#### 6 week Scratch SoW by clickschool

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scratch programming

#### iMedia Game Design Booklet

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This is fairly old, but might give you some useful ideas...

#### Mobile Smartphone App Design

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NEW AND IMPROVED!! UPDATED (version 3) 7 initial worksheets for students to make decisions about designing mobile apps. Focus on: operating system, understanding hardware features, research skills.

#### Information Reliability and Bias Worksheets

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Information Reliability and Bias Worksheets Several to choose from... or use the lot.

#### Computer Lab Rules Poster

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Computer/ICT Lab Rules Poster Version 1 Uses images from openclipart.org

#### Graphic Essentials: Creating a vector graphic penguin using Adobe Illustrator

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Worksheet and instructions, relatively easy to follow! Students pick up basic vector drawing skills and can then apply them to create their own cartoon images.

#### Complete network diagram for GCSE or KS3 Computer Science

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A clear diagram to help explain how a network can be put together. A good discussion point for nodes, hubs, switches, routers, WAPs, NICs, Cat5e, fibre optics.

#### E-safety Electronic Fun sheets

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The idea is that students complete them on the computer, then upload to their eportfolio/VLE. The worksheets can be modified to suit your requirements.

#### Database worksheet, defining and creating

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who uses a database true/false quiz how the police use databases define database terminology design a simple table create a simple table

#### My Business Empire! Enterprise: Logos, Letters, Business Cards, Mail-merge, spreadsheets

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Develop enterprise skills in IT. Teaching students about the below concepts **always** works better when students have ownership over their own business idea. Trust me! A set of worksheets covering: Lovely Logos Lush Letters Beneficial Business Cards Mega Mail Merge Snazzy Spreadsheets Uses: Inkscape (Free) Excel Word Serif PagePlus

#### AQA / OCR GCSE Computer Science Flowcharts

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A worksheet to use to help explain flowchart essentials.

#### ICT Skills: Animated Banner, Audio Clip, Databases, E-Newsletter, Event Modelling, Logos, File Mgt..

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Teach ICT skills along the theme of &quot;The Car Boot Sale&quot;. Covering: Animated Banners (Flash) Audio Clips (Audacity) Databases (Access 2003 or 2007+) E-Newsletter (Serif WebPlus) Event Modelling - spreadsheets (Excel 2003 or 2007+) File Management (Windows Explorer) Logo (Inkscape - free) PDF Creation (PDF Creator or similar - free) Sources (Irfanview for quickly making thumbnails) If you are missing any files, do let me know.

#### EdExcel GCSE ICT Worksheets

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I created these some time ago when I worked in another school. Covers TB1: What can mobiles do, problems associated with mobile use, GPS, Kinds of Computer, Features of a computer, Socialising over the web , The Internet for Work, Internet Dangers, Digital Divide, TB2: Online shopping, trusting a web site (or not), privacy, online customer rights, setting up an account online, what makes a strong password, CAPTCHAs, paying online, online banking, fraud, personal data, creating a safe working environment, collaborative working, storing and backing up, working any time, anywhere.

#### Database Validation Rules Information & Activities

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Access Database validation checks

#### Blogging and Posting: A Short Introduction

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Inspire yourself or your students: gets you thinking about the impact of blogs - from making money, to freedom of speech etc. Content: Blogging terminology BASICS: Understand what a blog is Name different forms of blogs Explain the purpose of blogs Identify features of a blog Name blogging &quot;platforms&quot; Abide by e-safety rules when creating a blog INTERMEDIATE: Explain why people use blogs and how an organisation can benefit from blogging Explain the purpose of blogs Explain what makes a good blog, taking account social and legal implications Explore money-making opportunities for bloggers Understand how blogs are used for business and pleasure EXPERT: Explain what a spam bot does, and measures for combating them Critically evaluate the effectiveness of a good and not so good blog - suggesting and justifying possible improvements Use blogging as a tool to benefit YOU (reflective learner, share &amp; develop ideas) Manage your very own blog responsibly 19 pages.

#### Seating / Seat Plan Generator Excel or Online Web App

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https://www.clickschool.co.uk/seatplan **LATEST**: Online seating plan generator - paste lists from SIMS or similar, group/distribute students, show/hide sensitive data, upload/download plans etc. NB No student data is transferred to the internet, it is all local within your web browser. Excel spreadsheet basic version

#### Stop Motion Animation: Lesson PowerPoint, Plan and Basic Guide to Monkey Jam

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PowerPoint which could be used to develop lessons in stop motion animation - covers four phases: research, preparation, production, publication. Gets students thinking about what makes a good stop motion animation. Includes links to interesting videos featuring those that work in the industry. Monkey Jam is free stop motion animation software. Included is a one-page guide to using the program. Web cam required! A lesson plan for a half-day session for adaptation. Storyboard