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Head of Department at an Outstanding School. I was nominated as one of the top 50 teachers in the Global Teachers Prize. I am a Microsoft Innovative Expert Educator, a Microsoft Fellow and a Microsoft Certified Trainer working in a Google School. I received the Microsoft Award for innovation in ICT, Education Department Provincial Award for Best ICT Practice and Eduweek’s Best Classroom Practice.

Head of Department at an Outstanding School. I was nominated as one of the top 50 teachers in the Global Teachers Prize. I am a Microsoft Innovative Expert Educator, a Microsoft Fellow and a Microsoft Certified Trainer working in a Google School. I received the Microsoft Award for innovation in ICT, Education Department Provincial Award for Best ICT Practice and Eduweek’s Best Classroom Practice.
Scratch 1.4 Lesson 2 – Pac Man Style Game
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Scratch 1.4 Lesson 2 – Pac Man Style Game

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Lesson 2 – Pac Man Style Game This is a manual for the students to follow. Very little input required from the teacher, as all instructions with pictures for assistance are included in this 12 page document. Learning Objectives You will understand how to: • Delete, resize and draw new sprites • Draw new costumes and use them to animate a sprite • Control the movement of a sprite using arrow keys • Design a maze on the stage • Make sprites interact with the background by using colours • Make sprites start in a pre-set starting position using co-ordinates • Make objects disappear and reappear in a random position • Create variables to set up scoring in the game • Make an autonomous sprite chase the sprite controlled by the player
GCSE Encryption
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GCSE Encryption

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GCSE Encryption This covers encryption for GCSE. There are 2 PowerPoint files fore the teacher to go through the lessons There is also a worksheet for the students to complete Objectives: • Basic Encryption terminology • How to encrypt a simple message • How to decrypt a simple message • What a Public Key is (D) • How a Private Key works (C) • Evaluate the security of this system (A)
Scratch 2.0 Lesson 3 – Underwater Game
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Scratch 2.0 Lesson 3 – Underwater Game

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This is a 16 page booklet for the students to follow to create a underwater game. It is easy to follow and has great screen shots for ease of use. Includes a lesson planning sheet. Lesson 3 – Underwater Game Learning Objectives You will understand how to: • Import sprites • Edit costumes of sprites given in Scratch • Animate sprites using scripts • Control the movement of sprites using the arrow keys • Create scripts that move sprites around automatically • Create interaction between sprites • Use co-ordinates and random numbers to set start position of sprites • Use variables and scripts to allow scoring and countdown • Use backgrounds built into Scratch • Making autonomous sprites
Scratch 2.0 Lesson 2 Create Packman Style Game
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Scratch 2.0 Lesson 2 Create Packman Style Game

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This is a 12 page booklet for the students to follow to create a Packman Style Game . It is easy to follow and has great screen shots for ease of use. Includes a lesson planning sheet. Learning Objectives You will understand how to: • Delete, resize and draw new sprites • Draw new costumes and use them to animate a sprite • Control the movement of a sprite using arrow keys • Design a maze on the stage • Make sprites interact with the background by using colours • Make sprites start in a pre-set starting position using co-ordinates • Make objects disappear and reappear in a random position • Create variables to set up scoring in the game • Make an autonomous sprite chase the sprite controlled by the player
Input and Output devices
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Input and Output devices

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Input and Output devices This is a 36 page PowerPoint about input and output devices. The students can go through this at their own pace. Objectives: • Be able to explain what input and output devices are: • Be able to identify input and output devices • Consider the uses of input and output devices
Computing / ICT KS 2/3 Create a PowerPoint time capsule
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Computing / ICT KS 2/3 Create a PowerPoint time capsule

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Computing / ICT KS 2/3 Create a PowerPoint time capsule This is a 22 page pdf unt of work with 9 hours of lesson plans. This includes the lesson plan, all templates and completed samples for this unit, as well as all learner support material. This can be easily adapted to suit just about any topic. This is a 22 page unit of work on how to create a time capsule using Microsoft PowerPoint, but can be used in Google Slides as well. (9 hours of lesson plans ) This includes the lesson plan and completed samples for this unit.
Spreadsheets Basics Lesson 1
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Spreadsheets Basics Lesson 1

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Microsoft Excel Worksheet Exercise 1 These basic spreadsheet units are ideal for students, non-specialist computing teachers, NQTs and any person that would like to learn how to use Excel / spreadsheets. These worksheets cover the basics and are ideal for KS2 /3 This worksheet is designed for independent study by students. There are instructions for the students, a Microsoft Excel template for the students to work on, as well as a completed Excel document so that the teacher can show / compare what they have done. **Learning Objectives ** Understand how to enter text, numbers and formula Understand how to use the fill handle to replicate formula Understand the AutoSum feature Understand how to use currency formatting Understand how to include your name and the date in the footer Understand how to use page setup to properly format your work Understand how to copy the spread sheet Understand how to show the formulas in formula view Please have a look at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/wsparrow to see other resources.
Microbit lessons
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Microbit lessons

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This is a complete module for Microbit. It includes 4 PowerPoint files, one for each lesson. It covers: Lesson 1: What is a Micro:bit How to use it Rules and regulations Lesson 2: Create a basic program Applying code to show a picture Insert a program into micro:bit Also includes a help sheet for students Lesson 3: Understand the purpose of an input Applying inputs to a program Lesson 4: Revise the purpose of an input Understand the use of the compass Apply the compass in a program Also includes a help sheet for students
Scratch 2.0 Lesson 1 Create a game
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Scratch 2.0 Lesson 1 Create a game

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Create a game This is a 16 page booklet for the students to follow to create a game. It is easy to follow and has great screen shots for ease of use. Includes a lesson planning sheet. Learning Objectives You will understand how to: • Create a simple script that animates the sprite automatically • Create a script that allows the user to control the movement of the sprite using the arrow keys • Combine the different scripts to work together on the same sprite • Make the sprite reverse direction • Edit the stage using the Paint Editor facility within Scratch • Make the sprite react to the background • Import a new sprite from the ones available within scratch • Create and edit new costumes for an existing sprite • Create a simple script that move the sprite automatically • Create variables to set the score and the countdown • Set a sprite to start in a certain position • Save your work You will understand: • What Scratch is and what it does • The main parts of Scratch interface • What decomposition and how it is used
Mail Merge Office 2010  Book 4
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Mail Merge Office 2010 Book 4

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Mail Merge Office 2010 Book 4 This is a 4 page booklet for the students to use to create a mail merge with instructions and screen shots for ease of use. When you use mail merge it is often easier to use an existing data source. Word can work with a range of data sources including Excel spreadsheets, Access databases, text files and comma separated value files In this exercise you will learn how to: 1. Use an Excel file as a data source outside of Word to create a mail merge
Scratch 2.0  Lesson 4 Programming and Control Monkey Game
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Scratch 2.0 Lesson 4 Programming and Control Monkey Game

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Scratch 2.0 Lesson 4 Programming and Control Monkey Game Lesson 4 – Monkey Game This is a 8 page booklet for the students to follow to create a monkey game. It is easy to follow and has great screen shots for ease of use. Includes a lesson planning sheet. The objective of the game is to collect 10 bananas or more in 20 seconds A countdown goes from 20 seconds to 0.When the countdown reaches zero a message will come up saying whether the player has won (10 bananas or more) or lost (less than 10 bananas collected). Learning Objectives: You will understand: • The following key terms – variable, operator, IF..Else…repeat until • How to give the user instructions at the beginning of the game • How to use broadcast to start the game • GREATER THAN and LESS THAN symbols • BOOLEAN LOGIC as it applies to combining conditions necessary for game outcomes. • Combine different conditions using If…Else.. to govern the game outcome • How to animate a sprite using costumes • How to control the movement of a sprite using arrow keys • How to design a maze on the stage • How to make sprites interact with the background by using colours • The range of coordinates available on the stage in Scratch • How to make sprites start in a pre-set starting position using co-ordinates • How to make objects to disappear and reappear in a random position You will understand the objective of the game:
Scratch 2.0  Lesson 5 Creating Graphics
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Scratch 2.0 Lesson 5 Creating Graphics

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Using Scratch 2.0 Lesson 5 Creating Graphics This is a 12 page booklet for the students to follow to create and use graphics. It is easy to follow and has great screen shots for ease of use. Includes a lesson planning sheet. Lesson 5 Creating Graphics Learning Objectives You will understand how to: • Delete a sprite and import a new sprite • Draw using the pen feature of scratch • Use the pen up and pen down feature • Change the colour of the pen • Set the position of the sprite using co-ordinates • Make a sprite appear and disappear using show and hide • Use the repeat function in Scratch • Use the broadcast feature in Scratch • Create simple subroutines You will understand about: • The use of co-ordinates • The advantages of using subroutines (efficiency and flexibility)
Scratch 2.0 Lesson 6 – co-ordinates, subroutines, variables and user input
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Scratch 2.0 Lesson 6 – co-ordinates, subroutines, variables and user input

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Scratch 2.0 Lesson 6 – co-ordinates, subroutines, variables and user input This is a 12 page booklet for the students to follow to create a game. It is easy to follow and has great screen shots for ease of use. Includes a lesson planning sheet. Learning Objectives You will understand how to: • Delete a sprite and import a new sprite • Draw using the pen feature of Scratch • Use the pen up and pen down feature • Change the colour of the pen • Set the position of the sprite using co-ordinates • Make a sprite appear and disappear using show and hide • Add variables to your program to change the direction of movement • Use the broadcast feature in Scratch to create subroutines • Use subroutines to make the program more efficient and easier to edit • Enable user input to set the number of sides of each shape
Scratch 2.0 6 Lessons
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Scratch 2.0 6 Lessons

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Scratch 2.0 6 Lessons All the resources you need to run scratch in your class. All six lessons have lesson plans, as well as the documents for the students to follow at their own pace.
Mail Merge Office 2010  Book 5
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Mail Merge Office 2010 Book 5

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Mail Merge Office 2010 Book 5 This is a 6 page booklet for the students to use to create a mail merge with instructions and screen shots for ease of use. Mail merge is an important business tool which allows specific potential customers to be targeted with specific mail. This is much more efficient and cheaper than sending the same letter to everyone. In this exercise you will learn how to: 1. Use an existing source to create mail merged labels 2. Select specific records for merging 3. Use rules to obtain further personalisation of a mail merge.
Mail Merge Office 2010  Book 2
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Mail Merge Office 2010 Book 2

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Mail Merge Office 2010 Book 2 This is a 6 page booklet for the students to use to create a mail merge with instructions and screen shots for ease of use. In this exercise you will learn how to: 1. Use an existing database to set up a new mail merged letter 2. Select specific records for merging 3. Change other default settings when merging