GCSE ICT for ICAA: Student Book by Liz Hankin


GCSE ICT for ICAA: Student Book by Liz Hankin

This text has been completely revised to support the ICAA/CCEA (formerly NDTEF) GCSE ICT specification for September 2001. As well as covering all aspects of the specification thoroughly, the text provides plenty of activities to bring alive the world of ICT for your students. The book is also highly suitable for all other GCSE ICT courses. The book has full colour, double page spreads, each clearly set out and written in a style and language appropriate for students at this level. Each double-page spread covers a whole subject, providing just the right amount of information to hold students' attention. Different organizations feature throughout the book to give students an understanding of how ICT is used in a variety of situations. Each chapter covers a different application so students will learn about all the areas of ICT, how they work and the latest developments within each area. The text supports class differentiation by offering extension tasks for every activity. These are ideal for your more academic students. Learning objectives are clearly identified throghout the book and are displayed in a table at the end of each unit. These will enable students to check their understanding of each new topic.

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256 pages


Liz Hankin
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Publication date

21st January 2002



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