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Resources currently focus on the OCR Cambridge Technicals Level 3 in IT. I will be adding more Computer Science resources soon.

Resources currently focus on the OCR Cambridge Technicals Level 3 in IT. I will be adding more Computer Science resources soon.
Python Programming - print, variables and input
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Python Programming - print, variables and input

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Computer Science Taster Lesson 1. Python programming including print statements, variables and input statements. This is lesson 1 of 8 originally designed for Year 9 students to give them a taster of what they KS4 option GCSE Computer Science is about. This contains a PowerPoint to structure the teaching, worksheet with starter, main activities and plenary. This could be adapted to teach the programming element of GCSE Computer Science.
Python Programming - end of unit test
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Python Programming - end of unit test

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Computer Science Taster Lesson 8. Python programming end of unit test covering print statements, variables, input statements, if statements, while loops, FOR loops, lists and iterating over lists. This is lesson 8 of 8 originally designed for Year 9 students to give them a taster of what they KS4 option GCSE Computer Science is about. This contains a PowerPoint to structure the teaching, worksheet with starter, main activities and plenary. This could be adapted to teach the programming element of GCSE Computer Science.
Object Oriented Programming: Classes and Objects
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Object Oriented Programming: Classes and Objects

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This lesson is intended for A-level students. This is the first lesson covering classes and objects. PowerPoint includes objectives, starter, example code, tasks and plenary. Worksheet is a guided list of tasks (see preview) An example class is included in the package along with a broken class of use in the plenary. Staff folder includes link to a Kahoot quiz. The lessons include Java programming examples using the BlueJ IDE. BlueJ will need to be installed in order to make full use of this resource. https://www.bluej.org/
Python Programming - while loops (iteration)
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Python Programming - while loops (iteration)

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Computer Science Taster Lesson 4. Python programming including iteration using while loops This is lesson 4 of 8 originally designed for Year 9 students to give them a taster of what they KS4 option GCSE Computer Science is about. This contains a PowerPoint to structure the teaching, worksheet with starter, main activities and plenary. This could be adapted to teach the programming element of GCSE Computer Science.
Python Programming - FOR loops (iteration)
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Python Programming - FOR loops (iteration)

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Computer Science Taster Lesson 5. Python programming including iteration using FOR loops. This is lesson 5 of 8 originally designed for Year 9 students to give them a taster of what they KS4 option GCSE Computer Science is about. This contains a PowerPoint to structure the teaching, worksheet with starter, main activities and plenary. This could be adapted to teach the programming element of GCSE Computer Science.
Object Oriented Programming: Class Methods
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Object Oriented Programming: Class Methods

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This lesson is intended for A-level students. This is the second lesson covering class methods. PowerPoint includes objectives, starter, example code, tasks and plenary. Worksheet is a guided list of tasks (see preview) Staff folder includes a completed example class. The lessons include Java programming examples using the BlueJ IDE. BlueJ will need to be installed in order to make full use of this resource. https://www.bluej.org/
Python Programming - selection (if statements) using relational operators
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Python Programming - selection (if statements) using relational operators

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Computer Science Taster Lesson 2. Python programming including selection (if statements) using relational operators using ==, !=, <, <=, >, >= This is lesson 2 of 8 originally designed for Year 9 students to give them a taster of what they KS4 option GCSE Computer Science is about. This contains a PowerPoint to structure the teaching, worksheet with starter, main activities and plenary. This could be adapted to teach the programming element of GCSE Computer Science.