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A primary school teacher wants a computer program to test the basic arithmetic skills of her students.
The program should generate a quiz consisting of a series of random questions, using in each case any two numbers and addition, subtraction and multiplication. The system should ask the student’s name, then ask 10 questions, output if the answer to each question is correct or not and produce a final score out of 10.
This document helps students to consider improving their coursework with Google Earth and Maps. Its free but may require a Google account
So you have an exam tomorrow…DON’T PANIC!!! Here’s an idea to help you plan the last 24 hours before you show what your made of!
This booklet shows students how to cite different resources within their essays and how to reference them at the end. Including the internet, books, journals, music and films
This booklet gives several revision techniques as well as revision timetabling tips, stress and worry busters
This success guide for the OCR A451 Computing Systems exam has been created to ensure students are fully prepared for the exam.
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. Been used to great effect with key stages 3 and 4.
This poster states all of the main command words as used in exams and explains their meaning and what examiners will expect. The poster is excellent for use with all subjects and is a must to be displayed in teaching areas. Words such as EXPLAIN, JUSTIFY & DISCUSS are covered. It's free so enjoy!
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