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RDA's Computer Science and ICT Resources

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.
OCR Cambridge Technicals Level 3 in IT - LO1
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OCR Cambridge Technicals Level 3 in IT - LO1

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All lessons for learning outcome 1 (LO1) of the OCR Cambridge Technicals Level 3. Lessons include: - Must, should, could objectives. - Lesson in a Word document for display on screen or supplying direct to students. - Starter, activities and exam question.
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 hints and tips display sheets
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Python programming hints and tips display sheets

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A4 hints and tips sheets that can be used as a display or passed round the classroom. Programming techniques included: - Print statements - Variables - Input statements - Integers - Strings - If, If Else, If Elif - While loops - For loops - Lists - Loop over list
Python Programming - selection using relational operators
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Python Programming - selection 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.
Python Programming Techniques
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Python Programming Techniques

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Computer Science Taster Lessons 1 - 8, which includes an end of unit assessment. Lessons cover the following programming techniques including: print statements, variables, input statements, if statements, while loops, FOR loops, lists and iterating over lists. These lessons are 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 - 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 - 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.
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/