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These resources are designed for Cambridge iGCSE and A level Computer Science
Logic Circuits to Statements - Computer Science GCSE 0478 or 0984
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Logic Circuits to Statements - Computer Science GCSE 0478 or 0984

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Logic Circuits to Statements - Computer Science GCSE 9-1 or A - G Unit 3 – Logic Circuits to Statements* A set of exam questions with answers and step by step instructions adapted from past papers Student handout with questions - Word document Teacher answers - Word document Teacher Step by Step solution presentation for each question - PowerPoint
0984 pre release specimen solution in python
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0984 pre release specimen solution in python

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Computer Science GCSE CIE 0478/0984 First examination June 2019 Specimen pre-release material 0984/02 Pre-release solution in Python A set of 8 step by step PYTHON files to use as practice for the solution A guide for teachers to show the progression from tasks 1 - 3 A PYTHON file with the full solution
Computer Science PYTHON Validation and Verification
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Computer Science PYTHON Validation and Verification

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A set of programs to be made that include various Validation and Verification checks. A set of example answers are provided for teachers. Designed for CIE 0478 IGCSE Computer Science course but applies to UK GCSEs. Programming includes selection, iteration and using list elements.
Binary, Denary, Hex Dominoes
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Binary, Denary, Hex Dominoes

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Set of dominoes for converting between Binary, Denary and Hexadecimal Answer and image of possible layout included Editable so teacher can change cards to make further sets
Python programming practice and own program SOW
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Python programming practice and own program SOW

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This resource can be used to build upon basic Python programming skills for KS3 students or as an introduction to programming with Python. It includes example files for students to create/learn, then some tasks to check the learning and build your own program activity. All answers/example answers a have been included for the teacher.
Computer Science GCSE Unit: 3 The processor - Motion terms - Learn the key terms
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Computer Science GCSE Unit: 3 The processor - Motion terms - Learn the key terms

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Computer Science GCSE CIE 0478 Unit: 3 Topic: The Processor A set of editable presentations that help students learn the key terms and definitions for the topic stated. The presentation includes instructions and is setup to run ‘generation game’ type activities where the terms appear and move across the screen one after the other. Students watch and try to memorise the terms/definitions Then write down as many as they can. Next, in groups they work together to see if they can reproduce a full list of key facts and definitions Then they check the answers from the full list My students enjoy these activities and retained more of the details when rechecked 4 weeks later compared to other strategies that I have used. Please leave some feedback.
Nov 2019 CIE 0984, 0478, 2210 Computer Science Pre-release solution in Python
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Nov 2019 CIE 0984, 0478, 2210 Computer Science Pre-release solution in Python

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**Solution for - Nov 2019 ** iGCSE 0984 (22) iGCSE 0478 (22) O level 2210 (22) I have provided a set of Python files that allow students/teachers to work step-by-step to complete the 3 tasks. I have included tables of test data for each of the three tasks. I have only used code that students should be able to worm comfortably with at this level.
Computer Science GCSE - Logic Gates - Match up the name, symbol, description and truth table
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Computer Science GCSE - Logic Gates - Match up the name, symbol, description and truth table

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Computer Science GCSE CIE 0478 Unit: 3 Topic: Logic Gates A task to match up the name, symbol, description and truth table for each logic gate. The task produces a single A4 sheet/table which is great for a reference/revision of the topic. Students complete a table with four headings; name, symbol, description and truth table. All the details are provided and can be copied and pasted into the table. Final results can be printed and used for revision or as a quick reference guide during the topic. A homework has been included to reinforce the learning. Please leave some feedback.
Programming: Drawing shapes with Scratch
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Programming: Drawing shapes with Scratch

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Drawing shapes with Scratch A short SOW that covers: • Use the pen tool to create simple shapes • Edit the variables and coordinates to change the shape size and position • Edit the pen tool size and colour • Create repeating shapes Included are: • A student handout (approx. 1-3 hours work) • A practical assessment (with answers) • A theory assessment (with answers • All the scratch files for the teacher NOTE: The teacher should work through the Handout and support as necessary. Works with updated version of scratch
Binary, Have and Decimal conversion cards for variety of games
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Binary, Have and Decimal conversion cards for variety of games

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Overview These activities are aimed at reinforcing the computer science conversions between Denary, Binary and Hexadecimal. The activities work well as a starter or recap. Students enjoy the competitive aspects of the activities. The sets cover number conversions 0 - 15 and 16 - 31 Allows for differentiation Binary to Denary Two sets of cards for students to play snap style games. Binary, Hex and Denary Two sets of cards for students to play a snap style game. Binary, Hex and Denary check A set of cards with denary equivalents on the reverse. Good for group/pair work or self assessment
iGCSE Computer Science Revision Activities Unit 1.5 Ethics
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iGCSE Computer Science Revision Activities Unit 1.5 Ethics

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**Unit 1.5 Ethics ** IGCSE Computer Science revision one or more sets of exam style questions based on each syllabus point Teacher answers supplied Easy to manage revision topics Can be used as classwork, homework, assessment or revision. Can be used as a digital copy or printed for students. My main target is to improve their answers to questions using the following command words while also covering general revision with other questions. Describe Explain Compare and contrast Evaluate As an examiner for Cambridge I see first hand how many students lose marks on questions where they actually know the answer but they misunderstand the questions. FURTHER UNITS WILL BE UPLOADED DEPENDING ON REVIEWS