GCSE ICT

Author: P. Evans
Publisher: Payne Gallway
ISBN: 1904467547
Release Date: 2004-09-15
Genre: Information technology

Covers the theory needed by students following full or short course specifications in GCSE Information and Communication Technology (ICT).

Edexcel GCSE ICT

Author: Robert S. U. Heathcote
Publisher:
ISBN: 1846906156
Release Date: 2010-03
Genre: Information technology

This teacher resource contains a range of interactive teaching materials for both teachers and students to give flexibility. Links to functional skills are also included, alongside hints and guidance for the new Controlled Assessment.

Gcse Ict for Aqa

Author: K. Mary Reid
Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN: 0435446037
Release Date: 2004-09-01
Genre: Information technology

Emphasis in this book is placed on developing pupils' ability to build and apply ICT skills in a range of contexts. An extended chapter on coursework gives detailed step-by-step guidance on what pupils need to do to gain maximum marks for their projects. Practice exam questions at the end of each chapter help pupils develop confidence.

GCSE ICT

Author: CGP Books
Publisher: Cgp Range Extension
ISBN: 1847621724
Release Date: 2008
Genre:


GCSE ICT for Edexcel

Author: Ken Slee
Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN: 0435448021
Release Date: 2001
Genre: Information technology

This title covers Edexcel's GCSE ICT specification. It is designed in double-page spreads, clearly set out and written in a style and language appropriate for students at this level. Each spread covers a whole topic, providing just the right amount of information to hold students' attention.

ICT for GCSE

Author: Tim Roderick
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198328168
Release Date: 2002-04-04
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Written by two very experienced GCSE examiners, ICT for GCSE is an invaluable resource for students taking any GCSE, Standard Grade, or similar examination within the area of Information and Communication Technology. It is a colourful and informative summary book packed with illustrations, things to do, and exam questions. BLEnables students to learn the what and how of ICT from a very clear text BLTests students' progress through numerous questions BLProvides hands-on experience from a wide range of projects BLIdeal for classwork, homework, coursework and revision - it has everything students need to do well in their exams! Dedicated Website A unique feature of ICT for GCSE is its own website, offering plenty of additional electronic resources. See link below.

Information Communication Technology Sean O Byrne

Author: Sean O'Byrne
Publisher: Letts and Lonsdale
ISBN: 1843156504
Release Date: 2006-07-01
Genre: Information technology

This volume covers the 2006 subject specifications for all exam boards. The text is laid out in 'sound bite' boxes to aid recollection, with clearly labelled diagrams to add visual clarity and further demonstrate the subject matter.

Short Course GCSE ICT

Author: Phill Evans
Publisher: Payne Gallway
ISBN: 1904467474
Release Date: 2004-09-15
Genre: Information technology

This full-colour text covers the essential theory needed by students following a short course specification in GCSE information Communication Technology. In particular it provides comprehensive coverage of the AQA Specification A short course. The text is clear and, concise and designed to be accessible to students of all abilities. Each chapter contains sufficient material for at least one lesson along with several GCSE standard questions. Links to relevant web sites are provided. A section providing advice on examination technique supported by model answers to selected past examination questions is also included.

ICT

Author: Sean O'Byrne
Publisher: Letts & Londsale
ISBN: 1843152320
Release Date: 2003
Genre: General Certificate of Secondary Education

GCSE Success Questions & Answers are designed to work alongside the hugely successful Success Guide range. These books are ideal for revision or for homework. Each double page spread contains three levels of questions: Section A warm-up multiple choice questions; Section B quiz-style exercises (e.g. gap filling and ordering information); and Section C GCSE style questions (41 in each book ). Marks are recorded on each page, and on the Homework Diary, to give students/teachers an indication of the student's ability/progress. All answers are supplied at the back (available separately for schools version).

The Essentials of GCSE ICT

Author: Eric Deeson
Publisher: Letts and Lonsdale
ISBN: 1905129106
Release Date: 2005-01-01
Genre: Information technology

The Essentials of GCSE ICT is a GCSE revision guide for ICT.

Gcse Ict

Author: Denise Walmsley
Publisher: Collins
ISBN: 0007167083
Release Date: 2004-01
Genre: Information technology

This text covers the theory and coursework needed to achieve a high grade in the GCSE Information and Communication Technology exam. Part of the Collins Total Revision range, it incorporates features that help students to revise effectively. Short revision sessions help to maximize students' concentration. Bullet points with highlighted phrases should aid recall. A* extra information boxes help to ensure that the brightest students attain the very top grade and Question spotter panels pinpoint the exam questions students are most likely to meet in their exam papers. specifications; short 20 minute revision sessions; Check yourself questions to test understanding; and an exam practice chapter with detailed guidance on exam technique.

ICT Projects for GCSE

Author: R. S. U. Heathcote
Publisher: Payne Gallway
ISBN: 1903112699
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Information technology

Written and designed to assist pupils in completing their GCSE coursework requirements, this volume explains, step by step, each of five different projects in Publisher, Powerpoint, Excel, Access and Word.

Applied ICT GCSE

Author: Stephen Doyle
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
ISBN: 9780748774135
Release Date: 2003-09-01
Genre: Information storage and retrieval systems

An essential aid to lesson planning and teaching, these resources provide a wealth of differentiated material designed to make teaching both foundation and higher tier students much easier.

Wjec Ict for GCSE

Author: Peter Vickers
Publisher: Hodder Education
ISBN: 1444109588
Release Date: 2010-06
Genre: Young Adult Nonfiction

Fully support the examined units plus the requirements of the controlled assessment elements of the course with this textbook. WJEC Information and Communication Technology GCSE Student's Book is endorsed by WJEC and has been published to support WJEC's specification. Written and edited by highly experienced teachers, the text covers the examined and controlled assessment units of the course: understanding ICT, solving problems with ICT, ICT in organisations and developing multimedia ICT solutions. The core knowledge and understanding required by students for the examined units is provided through an accessible and comprehensive narrative. - Support students in tackling the controlled assessment tasks - Provide opportunities for students to prepare for exams with tasks and exam-style questions throughout - Access free digital resources designed to support your students in their studies

Gcse Ict Workbook

Author: Richard Parsons
Publisher:
ISBN: 1847621732
Release Date: 2008-07
Genre:

A Workbook that features practice questions on various topics covered in the GCSE ICT course. It is suitable for students following all exam boards at Higher and Foundation levels, including GCSE ICT short courses.