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.
A quiz for the class for the end of autumn term 2016. Can be used from year 7 to 11, but loosely aligns with the KS3 national curriculum (it's Christmas themed!).
Either run with one answer sheet per pupil or put the students into teams and let them choose a scribe.
Happy Christmas to everyone who downloads this.
A whole class quiz that can keep your students engaged. Specifically designed for KS3, contains both seasonal questions and computing questions (aligned to the National Curriculum).
Print out the answer sheets (either one per student or one per team) and run through the quiz on the whiteboard. The answers are provided on the EasterendofYearQuizQuestions.docx.
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Heard of deep flakes?
Face swapping of celebrities has become a thing online. But what does that mean for us? Do you students know about this?
The KS3 resource stays away from the adult themes that are explored in the KS4 version, but do be aware that students may well be aware of the issues in swapping faces of celebrities online and may ask you about adult entertainment. Discretion is advised and you will know what your students are ready for and will be able to handle.
Created to promote my ethical computing resources https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ethics-debates-for-aqa-gcse-computer-science-9-1-8520-11843144 and https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ethical-and-legal-debates-for-pearson-edexcel-gcse-in-computer-science-11834374.
This resource is entirely free, but do look at my website www.studeapps.com if you have time, as any visits and feedback will help me to create other resources.
This is a classic diamond ranking grid. The students can rank some concepts into order.
Better still, the students can be given a case study, develop their own list of concepts and then order them .
You can use this in different ways:
• Print out the sheets
• Print out concepts for students to arrange on the printed sheets
• Print out the concepts and get students to arrange without the template
• Project a completed sheet onto an interactive whiteboard and get the students to drag the boxes around
• Enlarge the sheet onto A3 and get them laminated. Students can then use the sheets with a pack of Whiteboard pens to enable a wipe clean board.
Used to vote for multiple choice questions (for example Edexcel Unit 1 Business Studies questions).
Print in colour. Cut in half between the letters. Fold so notes page is on the other side to the letter. Laminate.
Give to students with a whiteboard marker so they can explain their answers on the back.