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Here I sell resources that you can use for your lessons. I mainly upload computer science resources.

Here I sell resources that you can use for your lessons. I mainly upload computer science resources.
OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Threats Posed to Networks
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OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Threats Posed to Networks

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This is a complete lesson for the threats posed to networks (for OCR GCSE 9-1 1.6). This resource features a full PowerPoint presentation lesson that includes a starter and necessary information about each threat posed to a network. This includes: Malware Phishing Social Engineering Denial of Service (inc DDoS and botnets) Data Interception SQL injection Poor Network Policy There are questions on some slides for class discussion about that specific attack. As well as that, there are 2 worksheets for students to fill in - this is to consolidate their knowledge. Most answers for the worksheets are in the PowerPoint and some others require commons sense. I like to go through the answers with my class so that we can have a discussion. I included the mark scheme for each worksheet if you like to give your students the mark scheme so that they can self-assess. If you have any inquiries, suggestions or criticisms you can send an email to helenamat69(at)gmail.com Copyright information is included within the resource.
OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Laws and Legislation
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OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Laws and Legislation

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This is a complete lesson for legislations that are relevant to Computer Science (for OCR GCSE 9-1 1.8). This resource features a full PowerPoint lesson that includes a starter, necessary information for each legislation and a question for each legislation that you can discuss and answer with your class. As well as that, there is a worksheet for students to complete for every legislation - this is to consolidate the knowledge. Most answers for the worksheets are in the Powerpoint and some others require some commons sense. The following legislations are covered: Data Protection Act 1998 Freedom of Information Act 2000 Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 Computer Misuse Act 1990 Creative Commons Licensing If you have any inquiries, suggestions or criticisms you can send an email to helenamat69(at)gmail.com Copyright information is included within the resource.
OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Application, System and Utility Software
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OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Application, System and Utility Software

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This is a complete lesson for application software, system software and utility software (for OCR GCSE 9-1 1.7). This resource features a full PowerPoint presentation lesson that includes a starter, necessary information for each software type and a detailed explanation of examples of utility software. This includes: Application Software System Software Utility Software Encryption (includes information on keys and cipher text) Defragmentation Data Compression File Backup (includes information on a Full Backup and Incremental Backup) There is also a class activity on the PowerPoint to distinguish between application and utility software, and a question for discussion. As well as that, there are 3 worksheets for students to fill in - this is to consolidate their knowledge. Most answers for the worksheets are in the PowerPoint and some others require commons sense. I included the mark scheme for each worksheet if you like to give your students the mark scheme so that they can self-assess. If you have any inquiries, suggestions or criticisms you can send an email to helenamat69(at)gmail.com Copyright information is included within the resource.
OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Issues surrounding Computer Science
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OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Issues surrounding Computer Science

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This is a complete lesson for the issues surrounding computer science (for OCR GCSE 9-1 1.8). This resource features a full PowerPoint lesson that includes a starter, necessary information for each issue and one, or more, questions for some issues that you can discuss and answer with your class. As well as that, there is a worksheet for students to complete for every issue - this is to consolidate the knowledge. Most answers for the worksheets are in the PowerPoint and some others require some commons sense. An additional homework sheet is provided which is an exam-styled question, and worth 8 marks. 8 marks can be the difference between a grade so I believe that students should nail these types of questions. I have included the mark scheme for this question if you want to go through it in a lesson. The following issues are covered: Legal Issues Privacy Issues Ethical Issues Environmental Issues Cultural Issues If you have any inquiries, suggestions or criticisms you can send an email to helenamat69(at)gmail.com Copyright information is included within the resource.
OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Open Source vs Proprietary Software
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OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Open Source vs Proprietary Software

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This is a complete lesson which explains open source and proprietary software (for OCR GCSE 9-1 1.8). This resource features a full PowerPoint lesson that includes a starter, necessary information for each software type and some questions that you can discuss and answer with your class. As well as that, there is a worksheet for students to complete - this is to consolidate the knowledge. Most answers for the worksheets are in the PowerPoint and some others require some commons sense. I have included a mark scheme for the worksheet if you like your students to self-assess. Furthermore, there is a class activity where you choose where a software is open source, or proprietary, based on the information given. An exam-styled question is included in the worksheet and it is worth 8 marks. 8 marks can be the difference between a grade so I believe that students should nail these types of questions. If you have any inquiries, suggestions or criticisms you can send an email to helenamat69(at)gmail.com Copyright information is included within the resource.
OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Function and Purpose of Operating Systems
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OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Function and Purpose of Operating Systems

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This is a complete lesson for the purpose and function of operating systems (for OCR GCSE 9-1 1.7). This resource features a full PowerPoint presentation lesson that includes a starter and necessary information about the function and purpose of operating systems. This includes: User Interfaces (CLI and GUI) Process management (Single-tasking and Multi-tasking) Memory management Peripheral management User management File management There are questions on some slides for class discussion about that specific feature of the operating system. As well as that, there are 2 worksheets for students to fill in - this is to consolidate their knowledge. Most answers for the worksheets are in the PowerPoint and some others require commons sense. An exam-styled 8 mark question is included; I think these are very important as they can be the difference between a grade. I included the mark scheme for each worksheet if you like to give your students the mark scheme so that they can self-assess. If you have any inquiries, suggestions or criticisms you can send an email to helenamat69(at)gmail.com Copyright information is included within the resource.
OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Identifying and Preventing Vulnerabilities
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OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Identifying and Preventing Vulnerabilities

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This is a complete lesson on how to identify and prevent network threats/vulnerabilities (for OCR GCSE 9-1 1.6). This resource features a full powerpoint presentation lesson that includes a starter and necessary information about each way to identify/prevent a vulnerability. This includes: Penetration Testing (including information on black-box and white-box attacks) Network Forensics (including “catch-it-as-you-can” and “stop, look and listen”) Network Policies Anti-Malware Software Firewalls User Access Levels Encryption Passwords There are questions on some slides for class discussion about that specific identification/prevention technique. As well as that, there are 2 worksheets for students to fill in - this is to consolidate their knowledge. Most answers for the worksheets are in the powerpoint and some others require commons sense. I like to go through the answers with my class so that we can have a discussion. An exam-styled 8 mark question is included; I think these are very important as they can be the difference between a grade. I included the mark scheme for each worksheet if you like to give your students the mark scheme so that they can self-assess. If you have any inquiries, suggestions or criticisms you can send an email to helenamat69(at)gmail.com Copyright information is included within the resource.
Meiosis and Fertilisation Lesson - AQA Biology GCSE (9-1)
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Meiosis and Fertilisation Lesson - AQA Biology GCSE (9-1)

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This is a complete lesson to teach about the processes of meiosis and fertilization. You can use this lesson for AQA GCSE Biology, AQA GCSE Combined Science Trilogy and Synergy. There is a lesson presentation that teaches students how meiosis and fertilization works, a lesson starter which is a cryptogram, and a question sheet about meiosis. I like getting students to use cryptograms as it makes them think a lot more and they are more likely to remember the process.
OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Forms of Attacks
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OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Forms of Attacks

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This is a complete lesson for the forms of attacks against networks (for OCR GCSE 9-1 1.6). This resource features a full PowerPoint presentation lesson that includes a starter and necessary information about each form and class of attacks. This includes: Active Attacks Passive Attacks Inside Attacks Outside Attacks There are questions on some slides for class discussion about that specific attack. As well as that, there are 2 worksheets for students to fill in - this is to consolidate their knowledge. Most answers for the worksheets are in the PowerPoint and some others require commons sense. I like to go through the answers with my class so that we can have a discussion. An exam-styled 8 mark question is included; I think these are very important as they can be the difference between a grade. I included the mark scheme for each worksheet if you like to give your students the mark scheme so that they can self-assess. If you have any inquiries, suggestions or criticisms you can send an email to helenamat69(at)gmail.com Copyright information is included within the resource.
OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Star and Mesh Network Topologies
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OCR GCSE Computer Science Lesson: Star and Mesh Network Topologies

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This is a complete lesson on star and mesh network topologies (for OCR GCSE 9-1 1.5). This resource features a full PowerPoint presentation lesson that includes a starter and necessary information about each network topology. This includes: Star Topology (including advantages and disadvantages) Full Mesh Topology (including advantages and disadvantages) Partial Mesh Topology Client-Server Networks Peer-to-Peer Networks There are questions on some slides for class discussion about that specific network topology. As well as that, there are 2 worksheets for students to fill in - this is to consolidate their knowledge. Most answers for the worksheets are in the powerpoint and some others require commons sense. I like to go through the answers with my class so that we can have a discussion. I included the mark scheme for each worksheet if you like to give your students the mark scheme so that they can self-assess. If you have any inquiries, suggestions or criticisms you can send an email to helenamat69(at)gmail.com Copyright information is included within the resource.
OCR GCSE Computer Science Complete Lessons for Topics 1.7 and 1.8
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OCR GCSE Computer Science Complete Lessons for Topics 1.7 and 1.8

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Are you teaching OCR GCSE (9-1) Computer Science? These are complete lessons with worksheets for the topics 1.7 and 1.8. An end of topics test with a mark scheme is included in this bundle. This bundle contains: 5+ Lessons (depending on what you teach in a lesson) 17 Worksheets 1 End-of-topics Test with a Mark Scheme
Unit 1.7 & 1.8 End of Topics Assessment - OCR GCSE (9-1) Computer Science
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Unit 1.7 & 1.8 End of Topics Assessment - OCR GCSE (9-1) Computer Science

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This is an end of topic assessment question paper for OCR 9-1 Computer Science units 1.7 and 1.7. Both topics are fairly short so I decided to do a topic test which asks about content from both. A mark scheme is also included to guide teachers when they are marking these question papers. I personally use this to test my students when I teach both units. This gives me an idea on what the majority of students struggled so that I know how to help them in the future. You can view the specification here to see what units 1.7 and 1.8 cover.
WiFi and Ethernet - OCR GCSE Lesson
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WiFi and Ethernet - OCR GCSE Lesson

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This is a complete lesson on star and mesh network topologies (for OCR GCSE 9-1 1.5). This resource features a full PowerPoint presentation lesson that includes a starter and necessary information about WiFi and Ethernet. As well as that, there are 2 worksheets for students to fill in - this is to consolidate their knowledge. Most answers for the worksheets are in the PowerPoint and some others require commons sense. I like to go through the answers with my class so that we can have a discussion. I included the mark scheme for each worksheet if you like to give your students the mark scheme so that they can self-assess. If you have any inquiries, suggestions or criticisms you can send an email to helenamat69(at)gmail.com Copyright information is included within the resource.
Von Neumann & Havard Architecture - AS / A Level OCR Lesson
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Von Neumann & Havard Architecture - AS / A Level OCR Lesson

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This complete lesson will teach students about the Von Neumann, Harvard and Contemporary Architecture. This includes the advantages and disadvantages, as well as the uses in today’s modern world. This resource includes an appealing presentation with lesson objectives, a starter activity and tiered discussion questions. Two worksheets are also included with the mark scheme - useful for peer or self-assessment. In addition to this, there is a teacher’s lesson plan. The following is covered: Von Neumann Harvard Advantages and disadvantages Hybrid (contemporary) This resource should last you one lesson. Any questions, please contact me. :)
Unit 1.1 & 1.2 End of Topics Assessment - OCR GCSE (9-1) Computer Science
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Unit 1.1 & 1.2 End of Topics Assessment - OCR GCSE (9-1) Computer Science

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This is an end of topic assessment question paper for OCR 9-1 Computer Science units 1.1 and 1.2. I have included questions for unit 1.2 in this question paper as it is a fairly short topic. A mark scheme is also included to guide teachers when they are marking these question papers. I personally use this to test my students when I teach both units. This gives me an idea on what the majority of students struggled so that I know how to help them in the future. You can view the specification here to see what units 1.1 and 1.2 cover.
Photons - OCR A AS Level Lesson
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Photons - OCR A AS Level Lesson

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This is a complete lesson about photons, featuring a PowerPoint presentation along with worksheets with exam-styled questions. This resource follows the H156 specification and includes information about the photon model of electromagnetic radiation, energy of a photon, and the electronvolt. A separate resource is coming soon about the practical to calculate the Planck constant with different coloured LEDs. The presentation includes a starter activity, an educational video and a number of short questions about converting between electronvolt and Joules. These short questions are intended to be completed as a whole class so that students are comfortable with the exam-styled questions. One worksheet is full of exam-styled multi-choice questions and the other worksheet is full of short and long questions. Answers are provided for both worksheets. I would love to hear your feedback! If you have any suggestions on how I could improve this lesson, please let me know.
CPU and Buses - AS / A Level OCR Lesson
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CPU and Buses - AS / A Level OCR Lesson

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This computer science lesson is about the CPU and the buses involved in the Fetch-Decode-Execute cycle. Information on special-purpose registers is also included. This complete lesson has been created in line with the H446 OCR A Level specification and it can be used for AS Level classes following the H046 specification. This resource includes an appealing PowerPoint presentation with lesson objectives, a starter activity and discussion questions. Two worksheets are also included with the mark scheme - useful for peer or self-assessment. In addition to this, there is a teacher’s lesson plan. The following is covered: CPU: basic function of the processor. Special-purpose registers: Control Unit, Current Instruction Register, Memory Data Register, Memory Address Register, Program Counter, Arithmetic Logic Unit, Accumulator. System bus: data bus, address bus, control bus. FDE cycle and its effect on registers. This resource should last you one lesson. Any questions, please contact me. :)
CPU Performance - AS / A Level OCR Lesson
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CPU Performance - AS / A Level OCR Lesson

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This computer science lesson teaches students about the factors that affect the performance of the CPU. Information on pipelining and Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) has also been included. This complete lesson has been created in line with the H446 OCR A Level specification - this lesson can be used for the AS specification, H046, with the removal of certain slides as noted in the lesson plan. This resource includes an appealing PowerPoint presentation with lesson objectives, a starter activity and discussion questions. Two worksheets are also included with the mark scheme - useful for peer or self-assessment. In addition to this, there is a teacher’s lesson plan. There is an independent, non-assessed and optional research task for students who are passionate about the subject, and want to broaden their knowledge on GPUs. The following is covered: Clock speed Number of cores Cache type and size Pipelining GPUs This resource should last you one lesson. Any questions, please contact me. :)
RISC and CISC - AS / A Level OCR Lesson
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RISC and CISC - AS / A Level OCR Lesson

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This computer science lesson is about the RISC and CISC processors, including a comparison between both types, their uses in modern technology, and how processors evolved as technology advanced. This resource includes an appealing presentation with lesson objectives, a starter activity and tiered discussion questions. One worksheet is also included with the mark scheme - useful for peer or self-assessment. In addition to this, there is a teacher’s lesson plan. The following is covered: CISC processors RISC processors Uses in modern technology Evolution as technology evolved Although some content is not assessed, it helps students understand the point of both types of processors and why they are still used. This resource should last you one lesson. Any questions, please contact me. :)
RAM, ROM & Virtual Memory - AS / A Level OCR Lesson
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RAM, ROM & Virtual Memory - AS / A Level OCR Lesson

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This complete lesson will teach students about Random Access Memory (RAM) and Read-Only Memory (ROM), as well as Virtual Storage. It will also show them where exactly the components are located on the motherboard. This resource includes an appealing presentation with lesson objectives, a starter activity and tiered discussion questions. One worksheet is also included with the mark scheme - useful for peer or self-assessment. In addition to this, there is a teacher’s lesson plan. The following is covered: RAM ROM Virtual Memory (including advantages and disadvantages) Location of components This resource should last you one lesson. Any questions, please contact me. :)