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:
Hardware and software
Instructions within a computer system
All designed to help you improve your practice, and are formatted for you and ready to go!
This is also offered as part of the great value bundle KS3 Computing without the planning
A quiz for the class for the end of summer term 2016. Can be used from year 7 to 11, but aligns with the KS3 national curriculum.
Either run with one answer sheet per pupil or put the students into teams.
Full unit of work created for Edexcel GCSE Business Studies
1.1 - Spotting a business opportunity
Contains the following lessons
Introduction to business
Types of business
Limited and Public Limited companies
Market mapping and analysing markets
A lesson for valentines day.
A fully resourced lesson using the turtle in Python based around a fun valentines day challenge.
Full resources (teacher presentation, tasks, differentiated worksheets) and mapped to both the KS3 curriculum and GCSE OCR specification (extension and further tasks ensure that this is suitable for both).
For the AQA GCSE 9-1 Specification, and also suitable for OCR J276.
Contains a series of tasks for revision through keywords revision for students to use in preparation for their exams.
Prepared by subject experts, this has been chosen by TES themselves for inclusion in a learning blog! Choose this fantastic recommended resource for a great classroom experience.
British Prime Minister Theresa May called a General Election for 8th June 2017.
This web quest, suitable for KS2 and KS3 is a great way to have a discussion, or for you to use up those few extra minutes in a computer room.
A worksheet for Python 3.x for Christmas - make a Xmas night picture.
No Presentation for this, I'd give them the files and the worksheet and let them do it!
Students will find this easier if they know something about variables, loops and preferably functions (although they can always look things up on the web to get this working)