90 slides- covering all the major topics for A Level Computer Science.
This presentation covers 3 main domains from Blooms Taxonomy. Cognitive: mental skills (Knowledge) Affective: growth in feelings or emotional areas (Attitude) Psychomotor: manual or physical skills (Skills) This presentation covers 6 levels with clear examples which can be used by staff. Example- Level 1 Knowledge i.e. Exhibit memory of previously learned material by recalling facts, terms, basic concepts and answers Keywords- Choose, how, match, recall, select, spell, when, who, define, label, name, relate, show, tell, where, why, find, list, omit, what, which
GCSE or A Level Programming project- which can be done at home. This project is aimed at people who are just starting to get in intermediate Python, and who have just realised things like OOP exist. If something you don���t understand isn’t explained with comments (the hashtagged lines) or docstrings (the triple-double quoted lines), then use the source of all knowledge: the Internet. You’ll find helpful tutorials that will explain exactly what that does, not just in Python but programming in general. When you’re done with those, come right back here!
These questions can be completed independently (Year 7-11). Can be used by KS3, 4 or even 5 students. You are buying a complete set (which will be updated/reviewed)
GCSE Computer Science- covers entire syllabus Can be emailed or uploaded for the students to be completed as homework Booklet with questions which the students can answer independently.
Only to support teachers. This resource is only for teachers. Strictly not to be shared with the students. Task 1 GCSE OCR NEA - completed in Python Please note that these programs can be done using various programming techniques/ methods- this is one way of doing this.
System Security presentation 35+ slides, can be used for KS3 and GCSE, covers GCSE topics -System security section, with assessments for Year 7,8,9 and the mark schemes
System security- This can be used for KS3, GCSE and/or A levels. Research tasks/ questions covering variety of sub topics which can be done independently -using the internet. Pupils can work in pairs or small groups.
GCSE and or A Level Computer Science Test Computer Architecture Can be used as a Class test or Homework 65 marks 20 questions
Internet safety resource- Can be used during tutor time for an entire week OR can be used as a complete scheme of work to teach e-safety This document is actually a series of lesson with all the information required to cover major e-safety issues/topics. Ready to be used by teachers, tutors and anyone who wishes to delve deeper into the issues linked to e-safety
GCSE Computer Science Market place lesson on Networking can be used for KS3 as well 6 groups who can work independently, do some research, teach others and then feedback to the whole class.
GCSE IT Mock exam EXCELLENT EXAM QUESTIONS with detailed answers in the MARK SCHEME very good resource to prepare for the upcoming GCSE IT Theory exams OR can be used as homework task as well or an extension task in the lessons READY TO BE USED!!!
GCSE Computer science 50 mixed easy and difficult multiple choice questions with answers and explanations Can be used for internal tests or homework can be used for KS3 computing as well
GCSE 9-1 MOCK exam paper 80 marks;excellent new exam style questions covering various topics including programming, pseudo code, algorithms, sorting, networks, trace tables etc; questions can be used for any exam board; Can be used for practice in the class or as a homework task Please send me a message for the mark scheme. Good luck!
These 7 essays could be used a scheme of learning for KS3 or GCSE - i.e. writing simple and complex sentences in Punjabi. Excellent ideas on how to improve writing skills using topics like Relationships with family and friends, Leisure free time, life style, Holidays, Environment pollution, Current and Future jobs etc.
50 programming or pseudo code challenges- programs which could be given as an extension activity or out-of-class assignment to stretch and challenge learners of all key stages- as part of practicing selection and iteration and other programming techniques. These could be done using any programming language of your choice. These could be beneficial to prepare students for exams related to Algorithms and programming techniques. These can be used for KS3 and even A levels. Please send a message if you need solutions. All the best.