- Format:Digital product license key
- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Victoria Ellis
- Available from: May 2020
For the Cambridge International AS & A Level IT syllabus (9626) for examination from 2022.
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This digital teacher’s resource gives you everything you need to plan and deliver your lessons. It includes background knowledge at the start of each chapter, class activities with suggested timings, differentiation ideas, advice on common misconceptions, homework and assessment ideas, and downloadable worksheets and sample answers. Answers to the coursebook and practical skills workbook questions are found within this resource. This teacher’s resource has been developed by an experienced author and examiner team. It matches the coursebook and is written for the Cambridge International AS & A Level IT syllabus.
At the start of each chapter, a Unit Plan gives a brief outline of the content knowledge covered in that section of the syllabus and the section of the coursebook and skills workbook that can be used to teach it.
The Background Knowledge feature outlines ideas that your learners may already know from previous studies or things that would be useful for them to know when starting the chapter.
Activities for each chapter are broken into three parts – starter, main and plenary tasks, with differentiation ideas.
Advice on common misconceptions gives you suggestions on how to help students overcome typical mistakes.
Downloadable worksheets provide you with instant readymade materials.
Answers to the coursebook and practical skills workbook questions help you mark quickly and confidently.
Your digital teacher’s resource gives you access to everything you need - choose from editable Word files or PDFs to make lesson planning simple.
Download supporting files for each unit or lesson directly from the resource so you’ll never have to worry about internet connection.
- 1. Data processing and information
- 2. Hardware and software
- 3. Monitoring and control
- 4. Algorithms
- 5. E-Security
- 6. The digital divide
- 7. Expert systems
- 8. Spreadsheets
- 9. Modelling
- 10. Databases
- 11. Sound and video editing
- 12. IT in society
- 13. New and emerging technologies
- 14. Communications technology
- 15. Project management
- 16. System life cycle
- 17. Mail merge
- 18. Graphics creation
- 19. Animation
- 20. Programming for the web
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