Cryptography

Cryptography

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Resource Description

A 60 Minute Lesson on Cryptography.

Useful for Mathematics, Computer Science etc.

Suitable for Years 7-11

Lesson Plan
1. Discuss Enigma Machine & Alan Turing
2. Give pupils Worksheet, get them to work out the first code (can be done in pairs)
3. Go through answer to first code
4. Move onto second code and repeat

Each code has a unique twist on it and it takes you through the ages
RailFence: Ancient Babylonians used this
Times Table Cipher: Egyptians
Caesar Cipher: Romans

One piece of advice is to make it more atmospheric by shutting window blinds and getting the pupils to use the torches on their phones.

Resource Files

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File Name File Type File Size
Code Breaking Worksheet.pdf
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PDF Document 47KB
Cryptography - Part 1.ppsx
ppsx 313KB

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