Been given the task to run a stall for a charity event in school? Short of time? Just download this activity where pupils guess the name of the teddy bear (not supplied). Blow the sheet up to A3 and you are all set - saves getting soaked in the sponge throwing stall!
46 mark progress test suitable for year 10 or year 11 computer science students. Covers hardware, embedded systems, algorithms, algorithmic thinking, abstraction, decomposition, CPU, RAM etc. No mark scheme just the paper.
Lesson plan and three tasks. The lesson is based around 3 x10 minute group tasks on Network, Legislation and Computer Threats. Each activity can be used as a stand alone resource for a starter or plenary etc.
Test suitable for year 12 students to check progress or as a revision aid. There is an editable word document to allow you to customize the content/layout if you like and a .pdf file to use straight away. There is a mix of questions including a longer question at the end to test QWC. It is out of 35 marks and is designed to take 45 minutes.
Covers the use of folders, application packages, generic software, use of word processing software, software distribution and a 14 mark question on presentation methods, devices and media.
A set of questions on RAM, ROM, Virtual Memory, Cache Memory etc. which can be used in two ways. Ask the class to work through C to A* or just give the relevant questions to pupils working towards that grade.
Suitable for year 10 or 11. Includes problem solving, trace tables, algorithms, binary and hex and a 6 marker at the end. Designed to last for 50 minutes and worth 45 marks. No mark scheme just the questions.
A set of 12 resources which are suitable for use as homework or in class tasks. Some have mark schemes with them, there are also some that have definitions to learn as part of the homework. They cover a good range of the GCSE ICT specification and will save you loads of time as you will have about a whole years worth of homework (e.g. one per fortnight). These are in word format so you can change the names to pupils in your class as they seem to engage with them more. Based on the Edexcel GCSE ICT specification.
Year 10 Computer Science Progress Test (9-1).
32 mark progress test using questions from the OCR sample assessment materials (yes could do this yourself but this saves you time). There is no mark schemes but this is ideal as a cover lesson if you are off or for a bit of quiet time!
The test covers hardware, WAN's, file sizing, algorithms, cloud, the acts.