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Fake news? Full Lesson for KS3
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Fake news? Full Lesson for KS3

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Designed for KS3 or high ability KS2 in Citizenship, English or Tutor groups. Contains worksheet, presentation, quiz, activities and more! The OECD announced that schools should teach people how to identify fake news. This lesson resource does just that.
Respect Assembly
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Respect Assembly

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Designed for KS3 but easily modified to deliver to KS2 or KS4. After recent events, it is more important than ever for our students to respect both themselves and each other. This is more than just discipline and liking other people. This is about respecting difference and diversity in every context that we encounter. This assembly helps you to deliver just that.
80 Quick Computing Starters for KS3
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80 Quick Computing Starters for KS3

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An incredible amount of generic starter ideas for KS3 computing lessons. They are aligned to the Computing programme of study for Key stage 3: offering you some ready-planned (no teacher time required) starters for your lessons. Generic starters are offered, as well as specialist starters covering the following topics: Computational abstractions Key algorithms Programming Boolean logic Hardware and software Instructions within a computer system Data storage Creative projects Digital artefacts E-Safety All designed to help you improve your practice, and are formatted for you and ready to go! This is also offered in the great value bundle KS3 Computing without the planning
GCSE Computer Science Revision and Challenge cards for  OCR GCSE (9-1) J276
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GCSE Computer Science Revision and Challenge cards for OCR GCSE (9-1) J276

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94 Computer science challenge cards that can be used to extend students. Designed for GCSE Computer Science OCR (9-1) J276 and is suitable for any programming language These cards are based on the topics that are examined in GCSE Computer science as end of class plenaries, extension tasks or flipped homework tasks. Designed for OCR GCSE (9-1) J276. Topics covered: 1.1 Systems architecture 1.2 Memory 1.3 Storage 1.4 Wired and wireless networks 1.5 Network topologies, protocols and layers 1.6 System security 1.7 Systems software 1.8 Ethical, legal, cultural and environmental concerns 2.1 Algorithms 2.2 Programming techniques 2.3 Producing robust programs 2.4 Computational logic 2.5 Translators and facilities of languages 2.6 Data representation This is also offered in the great value bundle KS3 Computing without the planning
Respect KS3 Resource Pack
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Respect KS3 Resource Pack

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A complete resource pack for respect and diversity in the KS3 classroom. Created to teach the following objectives: Investigate respect and what it means, and why it is important Be able to distinguish between respectful and disrespectful behaviour Learn to respect the differences between people Know that a great way to deliver self-respect is to behave in a way that makes them feel good about themselves They are responsible for their own behaviour, and that respect begins with ones self
GCSE Drama Multiple choice questions
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GCSE Drama Multiple choice questions

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More than 100 GCSE Drama multiple choice questions. One copy has no answers, one copy has the correct answer highlighted in bold. Possible uses include games, revision sessions and so on.
GCSE Physics Multiple choice questions
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GCSE Physics Multiple choice questions

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More than 80 GCSE Physics multiple choice questions. One copy has no answers, one copy has the correct answer highlighted in bold. Possible uses include games, revision sessions and so on.
Storage Lesson for OCR Computer Science
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Storage Lesson for OCR Computer Science

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Complete lesson for Storage. Designed for OCR Computer Science (9-1) J276 but is more than useful for Computer Science students studying AQA and other exam boards. Contains a PowerPoint presentation, and two worksheets. Contains everything the students need to know: - the need for secondary storage - data capacity and calculation of data capacity requirements common types of storage: -optical -magnetic -solid state suitable storage devices and storage media for a given application, and the advantages and disadvantages of these, using characteristics: - capacity - speed - portability - durability - reliability - cost
Systems Software Lesson for OCR Computer Science
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Systems Software Lesson for OCR Computer Science

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Complete lesson for Systems Software. Designed for OCR Computer Science (9-1) J276 but is more than useful for Computer Science students studying AQA and other exam boards.  Contains a PowerPoint presentation, and three worksheets to help you deliver the content. Contains everything the students need to know: the purpose and functionality of systems software - operating systems: - user interface - memory management / multitasking - peripheral management and drivers - user management - file management - utility system software: - encryption software - defragmentation - data compression - the role and methods of backup (full and incremental)
Brexit and Computer Science Legislation
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Brexit and Computer Science Legislation

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Computing teachers now have a resource for both British values and for ethical, legal, cultural and environmental concerns, related to Brexit and also teaching the Computer Science legislation required by courses. I would start students off with the pair work of News1 and News2 as a discussion task. You can then run through the presentation, and then there is a discussion tasks. Students take the worksheets (starting with Discussion in the file name) and then map the issues that Brexit might cause onto them. They can be provided with information about the various legislation that they need to study (Starting with FactSheet in the file name) OCR's GCSE Computer Science specification (9-1) J276 requires students to discuss Computer Science technologies while considering: Ethical issues Legal issues Cultural issues Environmental issues Privacy issues And legislation relevant to Computer Science: The Data Protection Act 1998 Computer Misuse Act 1990 Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 Creative Commons Licensing Freedom of Information Act 2000
Brexit and  Article 50 - Assembly Presentation and lesson exercise
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Brexit and Article 50 - Assembly Presentation and lesson exercise

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A 14 slide presentation on Brexit with accompanying lesson activities (one enclosed, one using the link below). Students need to know what Brexit is about, and also need to understand the British Values that need to be thought about during the Brexit negotiations. Best paired with the following free resource https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/brexit-tutor-time-activity-11553910
Photoshop 5 lesson KS3 SoW
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Photoshop 5 lesson KS3 SoW

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5 Lessons. 52 files. Tutorial sheets and worksheets to enable students to create DVD covers using Photoshop. Designed for Photoshop CS5 extended, intended for KS3 use.
Systems Software Lesson for AQA Computer Science
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Systems Software Lesson for AQA Computer Science

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Designed for AQA Computer Science (9-1) 8520 but is more than useful for Computer Science students. Contains a PowerPoint presentation, and three worksheets to help you deliver the content in the specification. Specification reference 3.4.3: Software classification Understand the need for, and functions of, operating systems (OS) and utility programs. Understand that the OS handles management of the: • processor(s) • memory • I/O devices • applications • security
Programming selection starter
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Programming selection starter

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A programming task to teach about selection. I use this with Python, but it is not a language dependent task. Helpful for talking about indentation.
Brexit tutor time activity
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Brexit tutor time activity

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An activity for secondary schools. Fill out 5 advantages and 5 disadvantages for each part of the diagram. Can be used as part of a Brexit discussion.