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These resources are designed for Cambridge iGCSE and A level Computer Science
Spreadsheet basics
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Spreadsheet basics

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These PPPs deal with basic spreadsheet features The students should work on Excel while teacher explains each step and solution using the PPP
Logic Circuits to Truth Tables - Computer Science GCSE 0478 or 0984
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Logic Circuits to Truth Tables - Computer Science GCSE 0478 or 0984

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**Logic Circuits to Truth Tables - Computer Science GCSE 0478 ** Unit 3 – Logic Circuits to Truth Tables A set of exam questions with answers and step by step instructions adapted from past papers Each with solution on presentation and a worksheet for students Ideal for teaching how to answer exam style questions Student handout with questions - Word document Teacher answers - Word document Teacher Step by Step solution presentation for each question - PowerPoint Also see Logic gates - Circuits to Statements Logic gates - Statements to Circuits
IGCSE Computer Science June 2021 Pre-release solution in Python
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IGCSE Computer Science June 2021 Pre-release solution in Python

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IGCSE Computer Science June 2021 Pre-release solution in Python 0984_S21_PM_21 0478_S21_PM_21 Includes Teacher plan for each task Python code for the 3 tasks Versions of Tasks 1 to 3 that split up the task (easier for students) Word document with each section of code split up and explained Example exam questions with a set of possible solutions
CIE Computer Science 0984/22or 0478/22 Oct/Nov 2020 Pre release solution
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CIE Computer Science 0984/22or 0478/22 Oct/Nov 2020 Pre release solution

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Solutions in Python Oct/Nov 2020 Uses ONLY code that iGCSE CS students should be working with and understand. NOTE: There is a lot of code but its easy to explain for each component in exam questions. You need to have a working knowledge of opening and running python Idle files. The files are stored in a zip folder and need to be extracted.
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
Tracing assembly language programs
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Tracing assembly language programs

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CIE A level Computer Science 9608 or 9618 Tracing assembly language programs 6 different exam style questions that deal with tracing assembly language programs. Student handout Teacher answers and explanations All editable Please leave a review. Thanks.
Tracing assembly language programs
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CIE A level Computer Science 9608 or 9618 Tracing assembly language programs The first of 6 different exam style questions that deal with tracing assembly language programs. Includes Student handout Teacher answers and explanations All editable This one is free The next 5 activities are available for a small fee. Please leave a review. Thanks.
IGCSE Computer Science June 2021 Pre-release solution in Python Task 1.1
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IGCSE Computer Science June 2021 Pre-release solution in Python Task 1.1

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IGCSE Computer Science June 2021 Pre-release solution in Python 0984_S21_PM_21 0478_S21_PM_21 Includes Python code for the first part of Task 1 Also available to buy is my resource that includes: Versions of Tasks 1,2 and 3 that split up the task (easier for students). Word document with each section of code split up and explained. Example of testing that could be used as a group or by individual students. Example Exam questions with Teacher solution/Mark scheme.
iGCSE Computer Science Revision Activities Unit 1.1 Data representation
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iGCSE Computer Science Revision Activities Unit 1.1 Data representation

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iGCSE Revision Activities Unit 1.1 Data representation 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 REVIEWS
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.