WJEC ICT for GCSE by Peter Vickers, Ian Paget
  

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WJEC ICT for GCSE by Peter Vickers, Ian Paget

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

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Paperback
288 pages

Author

Peter Vickers, Ian Paget
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Publication date

25th June 2010

ISBN

9781444109580


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