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ICT & Computer Science with Miss Price

For computer science resources from KS3 to KS5. I also offer free video and activities on my YouTube channel.

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For computer science resources from KS3 to KS5. I also offer free video and activities on my YouTube channel.
CIE ICT Spreadsheet Functions
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CIE ICT Spreadsheet Functions

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Functions tasks including past paper exam questions and links to video tutorials. Functions include: SUMIF IF and Nested IF LOOKUP Functions Absolute Cell Referencing
Cambridge IGCSE ICT Revision Books
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Cambridge IGCSE ICT Revision Books

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Theory revision to support Paper 1 of the exam. The information has been put together from Teach-ict.com, ictlounge.com and BBC GCSE Bitesize. The booklets are following the syllabus very closely, each section has practice exam questions and answers at the end. Apologies if you may feel this has been cobbled together from various sites but my yr11´s had only supply teachers last year and this had to be put together very quickly. As I produce more, more will be uploaded. UPDATE: Booklets, 7,8, 9 and 10 now UPLOADED!
Expert Systems
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Expert Systems

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2 lessons provided with tasks and success criteria on the powerpoints. Lesson 1: Shows a video of a chess champion being beaten by a computer A clear success criteria that can be displayed throughout the lesson A link provided to an online car fault diagnoses system Teacher methodology discussing what expert systems are the components and steps to setting up an expert systems Main task for students to be completed anyway the teacher wishes Lesson 2: Recap from previous lesson Teacher methodology on pros and cons of expert systems Examples of where expert systems are used Tasks for pupils to complete as a case students on one type of expert system
Micro:Bit Lessons
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Micro:Bit Lessons

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3 Microbit lessons with stretch and challenge tasks. The Compass challenge is an opportunity to fly lesson.
History of Computers and Components of a Computer
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History of Computers and Components of a Computer

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A complete lesson that covers the history of computers and components of a computer. The lesson contains: starter task where learners will share the knowledge they already have about computers A success criteria that can be referred to during the plenary A group challenge investigating computing history A short video Pair work creating a voicethread Plenary task that can include reference to the success criteria to show progress during the class.
Monitoring
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Monitoring

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A lesson that can be independent or teacher led. The power point show has the learning objective for the lesson and 3 video links discussing different types of monitoring such as electronic tagging. For each type of monitoring that has to be covered in the syllabus students will complete the activity sheets to discuss: What the monitoring is One thing they now know after watching the videos or what they already know Advantages and disadvantages Extension tasks provided are past exam paper questions which can be self assessed using the mark scheme by students are led by the teacher.
Measurement Applications
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Measurement Applications

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Activities are included in the powerpoint. Students will begin by researching analogue and digital data A clear success criteria will be displayed in bronze silver and gold Pupils will learn how computers take measurements and why humans use computers Main task is for pupils to create a presentation discussing computers and pollution levels. This can be carried over to the next lesson.
Recognition Systems
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Recognition Systems

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An recap/revision lesson for students. The starter activity has 4 different cryptograms and once complete students can read out the answers. Activity is an open task that can be complete in anyway students choose investigating how ANPR works.
Graphical User Interface vs Command Line (GUI Vs CLi)
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Graphical User Interface vs Command Line (GUI Vs CLi)

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Lesson powerpoint and activities provided - so the teacher can just teach! Do Now: Pupils will audit their knowledge before the lesson Powerpoint: Starter for students to investigate different types of interfaces Teacher methodology on user interfaces Task: Pupils will complete the worksheet that discusses both types of user interface on the syllabus Homework An essay based question that fulfills another art of the syllabus.
Micro:Bit lessons (Data Handling)
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Micro:Bit lessons (Data Handling)

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3 Microbit lessons focusing on data handling Lesson 1: Introduction to the Micro:bit Clear lesson objective and a success criteria that can be displayed throughout the lesson Introduction of the micro:bit Task to create strings with letters numbers and symbols Creating images on the micro:bit A set of tasks to programme the micro:bit with the buttons Extension task to create images on the python editor Lesson 2: Data Manipulation Clear lesson objective and a success criteria that can be displayed throughout the lesson Keyword definition starter Teacher methodology discussing sensors and how they are used Envelope task (statements provided on slide 9) Flow chart task Using the micro:bit to create a sensor Solution provided Extension task Lesson 2: Data Manipulation 3 Clear lesson objective and a success criteria that can be displayed throughout the lesson Starter a discussion or investigation question Teacher methodology on microprocessors and how they affect our lives Pupils complete a challenge on the micro:bit and a solution is provided Extension task available
Thunkable Guides
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Thunkable Guides

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I have made three guide for thunkable which students can follow independently during your lesson. The guides show how to create the following apps: chat app translator slideshow camera recognition adding animations swipeable screens
Computer Science SOW for Years 7, 8 and 9
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Computer Science SOW for Years 7, 8 and 9

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The SOWs are fully editable and support the NC strands. Subjects include: Python App making Google Applied digital skills Microbit Object oriented programming Robot Control Computer Hardware and Software and more
Year 7 Baseline Test
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Year 7 Baseline Test

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As chalkface charge. I have created a self marking baseline test. Change the questions and level boundaries to suit your needs as you wish.\n\nTwo tests are now added. The new version generates a score only and has been protected from editing.
Python SOW
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Python SOW

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A SOW of work to introduce python to KS3.Lesson 1-Inputs and printLesson 2 - Using Python to solve maths problemsLesson 3 - If statementsLesson 4 - Create a chat botLesson 5 - Lists and using random
Binary
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Binary

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Lesson aimed at year 7's to teach them binary. The "Magic Trick" is that you ask a pupil to think of a number and if the number is on the grid you add the number in the top left hand corner.