**KS3 Computer Science National Curriculum says: **
pupils should undertake creative projects that involve selecting, using, and combining multiple applications, preferably across a range of devices, to achieve challenging goals, including collecting and analysing data and meeting the needs of known users.
The Website Design Scheme of Work is complete with all resources and instructions necessary to help teachers facilitate a creative project in their classroom.
Pupils are given opportunities to elicitate client requirements and produced an end product.
I have taught this Scheme of Work for two years to several KS3 classes, and it has been well received amongst each group. The independent and hands on approach to learning helps you to create an innovate and harmonious classroom environment.
Use this worksheet to allow pupils the chance of explore the different security threats to information, allowing them to read about/discuss when these threats have happened in the real world. Great to help them recall for the examinations.
I use all of these resources to effectively teach the Binary Logic unit to GCSE Pupils.
The pack of resources is complete with:
6 different worksheets, all structured differently to keep things new for pupils
logic gate and truth table worksheet
cheat sheets, useful to both inexperienced teachers and pupils
an assessment in both PDF and Word file types
3 homework sheets
Allow your students the chance to master network protocols and layers. This file clearly demonstrates how and why layers are used, and describes the different protocols that makes communication between devices possible.
Use this information sheet to help your students master exam questions asking them to discuss the different types of storage methods, including why one is better than the other, in a given scenario.
Help them discuss how different types of storage might impact the overall performance of the computer.