- Format:Mixed media product
- Qualification:Cambridge IGCSE
- Author(s):Victoria Wright, Denise Taylor
- Available from: April 2019
This comprehensive resource is written to cover the Cambridge IGCSE ICT syllabus (0417).
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Cambridge IGCSE® ICT Second edition provides a complete course for developing and practising the skills required for students of Cambridge IGCSE ICT. The coursebook contains detailed explanations of concepts, worked examples and exercises to consolidate knowledge. The accompanying CD-ROM contains the source files required to complete the practical tasks set in the chapters. This Revised edition incorporates changes made to the syllabus for examination from 2020. Answers to the coursebook questions are in the teacher's resource.
Clear learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter help students to chart their progress.
Practical exercises with accompanying source file for students to apply the skills they have learnt.
A comprehensive list of key terms appearing throughout the book to help learners understand and apply the correct terminology for ICT.
- 1. Types and components of computer systems
- 2. Input and output devices
- 3. Storage devices and media
- 4. Networks and the effects of using them
- 5. The effects of using IT
- 6. ICT applications
- 7. The systems life cycle
- 8. Safety and security
- 9. Audience
- 10. Communication
- 11. File management
- 12. Images
- 13. Layout
- 14. Styles
- 15. Proofing
- 16. Graphs and charts
- 17. Document production
- 18. Data manipulation
- 19. Presentation
- 20. Data analysis
- 21. Website authoring
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