Binary to decimal and back again Worksheet

Binary to decimal and back again Worksheet

A teaching resource provided by Stephen Williams.

Resource Description

This work sheet explains how to convert decimal numbers to its binary equivalent and back again with explanations and small but progressively more difficult tasks. The end task is a code breaker exercise that can lead on to pupils making their own secret codes in binary once they understand the process.

This has been used for both Key Stage 3 and 4 to great effect with pupils showing good understanding after working through the worksheet. It would be suitable as part of a new KS3 curriculum or potentially a computing one off lesson and can also be used as part of theory delivery to GCSE Computing.

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File Name File Type File Size
Binary to Denary Worksheet.docx
Microsoft Word 43KB

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About the Author

Stephen Williams
Teacher of Computer Science
Degree in Software Development. Teacher of Computer Science and ICT.

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