Assembly suitable for use in form groups or as a whole school assembly.
There are two videos embedded and speaker notes are included in the presentation to use yourself or to allocate to pupils to read out.
With thanks to the Royal British Legion.
This set of resources includes an overview for a 2 year Key Stage 3 which is broken down into Digital Literacy, Computing and Information Technology. The assessment sheets are intended to be used throughout the delivery of the topics and can easily be adapted to suit the specifics of the topics delivered in your school. At the start of the topics the sheets are given out to the pupils and they set themselves 2 targets and an overall level based upon what they will study. The sheets allow you to tick off or sign when you have seen the work completed by the pupil to save time when levelling at the end of the topic. At the end of the topic the sheets are used to allow the teacher to provide effective written feedback which is reflected upon and then responded by the pupil. Literacy keywords are embedded in the documents to allow you to comply with your whole school literacy policy easily and also to use these for homework, bingo, crossword starters etc.
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.
Assembly suitable for use in form groups or as a whole school assembly. There are two videos embedded and speaker notes are included in the presentation to use yourself or to allocate to pupils to read out. With thanks to the Royal British Legion.
BTEC Level 3 Public Services Handbook. Includes all tasks for Unit 1 Government , Unit 2 Teamwork, Unit 3 Citizenship, Unit 5 Fitness, Unit 8 War and Terrorism and Unit 35 Land Navigation with Map and Compass. Includes a health screening questionnaire, a tick sheet for students to tick once the AO has been met. All tasks are mapped to assessment outcomes and referenced the the specification.
This is a resource that I used with a year 12 ICT class to revise the use of command words as they seemed unable to answer the questions correctly. Before the lesson set them a 20 mark question to plan as they will self assess their planning ability as part of the lesson. The starter looks at a news article about Ransomeware and they have to identify what back up and security recommendations they would make. The next part of the lesson is an INFO 1 rewind set of short questions to keep these topics in their minds. The main focus of the lesson is what responses are expected based on the command words and example questions are also shown for each command word.
This is a sheet that can be used by pupils to analyse their own performance following mock exams or similar types of assessment. It asks them to reflect on how well they revised, what questions did they make silly mistakes on; which were easy for them; what areas to focus on in the future etc. which in these days of teacher accountability may be useful evidence to keep!
There is an editable word document which just needs you to edit the exam grade boundaries for your own and a .PDF file without them that you can use straight away.
Storyboarding lesson suitable to be used at all levels. The pupils complete different storyboards depending on their ability before the actual completed storyboards are shown to them for them to compare against. They are then provided with a template to complete for their own work. This lesson was used successfully to teach this topic to OCR Nationals ICT students.
You must rename the ending of this file from .txt to .zip then double click on the folder to unzip the resources.
There are 10 lessons, starters, plenaries, teachers resources, marking grids etc. This is a 10 week project which combines, word processing, spreadsheets, DTP, internet research etc to create a show to be held in your school.