Success for Schools Students Book KS3 ICT
Written by Sean O'Byrne
Part of the Success for Schools: KS3 ICT Course S. Series
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Success for Schools Students Book KS3 ICT by Sean O'ByrnePart of a new ICT course for Key Stage 3 that offers a complete match to QCA Scheme of Work and ICT Framework. The course adopts the visual style of Letts Success Guides to provide a stimulating magazine-style layout. Student's book: Fully matches both the QCA Scheme of Work and the ICT Framework; Uses 4-part lesson: aims, starter, development, plenary; A single key concept covered in every unit, summed up in the heading; Bite-sized chunks of information; Key words; Activities; This book bridges the gap between KS3 and KS4 by supporting students who are ready for KS4 work in Year 9. It provides them with projects for GCSE and GCSE short course, and includes skills building work and revision for KS3 ICT SATs.
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1st May 2004
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