- Format:Cambridge Elevate
- Subject(s):Computer Science
- Author(s):Christine Swan, Ilia Avroutine
- Available from: February 2018
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A new series of print and digital resources developed for the 2015 A/AS Level Computer Science qualifications.
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A comprehensive planning resource to help teachers prepare and deliver component 1 and 2 of the WJEC/Eduqas A/AS Level Computer Science syllabus - for first teaching from 2015. This free Cambridge Elevate teacher’s resource is also available as a printable PDF for use in planning and in the classroom. It includes lesson suggestions as well as tips on teaching a linear course with synoptic examination. Content is mapped specifically to assessment objectives and includes additional stretch and challenge opportunities. Accessible online and on tablet devices through the Cambridge Elevate app (iOS and Android).
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- Component 1
- 1. Data structures
- 2. Logical operations
- 3. Algorithms and programs
- 4. Principles of programming
- 5. Systems analysis
- 6. System design
- 7. Software engineering
- 8. Program construction
- 9. Economic, moral, legal, ethical and cultural issues relating to computer science
- Component 2
- 10. Hardware and communication
- 11. Data transmission
- 12. Data representation and data types
- 13. Organisation and structure of data
- 14. Databases and distributed systems
- 15. The operating system
- 16. The need for different types of software systems and their attributes
- 17. Data security and integrity processes.
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