ICT teaching and learning resources
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The Computer Coach series provides teachers with step-by-step lessons to develop primary school learners' computer skills in a fun and engaging way. Every lesson links to a subject in the National Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS). At the start of each lesson, you will see which program you and your learners will be working with. You will also see what new skills your learners will acquire. In each lesson you will revise and build on what you taught in previous lessons. Every lesson comes with an example (or memo) of what the finished work should look like. These memos are in colour on the CD that comes with each book in the series. Some lessons make use of templates - these are also included on the CD.
Sample Lesson: Computer Coach Book 3
Coding Club is a unique new series of coding books that will guide young programmers to create their own versions of familiar games and challenge them to adapt and experiment with programs.With clear explanation and step-by-step layout, the series starts right at the beginning and will work its way up over four flexible levels. The skills required for each level will be introduced in the core books and the additional books at each level will give young programmers the chance to develop and practice those skills in an area of their interest.
Cambridge ICT Starters (third edition) has been designed to support learners who are following the Cambridge Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Starters syllabus.The books provide full coverage of all the modules. Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations.Through lively activities, illustrations and screen displays, key skills such as how to make multimedia presentations are learnt.