Basic Projects in Dreamweaver by John Giles
  

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Basic Projects in Dreamweaver by John Giles

This is a project-based student book for Dreamweaver especially aimed at 11-14 year olds. Written for the 2008 Key Stage ICT curriculum and following our popular Basic approach, this accessible resource offers students practical learning and support with Dreamweaver.The book follows a project-based approach that teaches students both the skills and capabilities they need to understand and succeed. All assessment criteria are linked to National Curriculum levels for each activity to help pupils to progress. Coverage of Functional Skills is clearly highlighted throughout to ensure learners are developing these skills whilst they learn. It also offers motivating project themes that really appeal to pupils.

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Format

Paperback
104 pages
Interest Age: 11-16 years

Author

John Giles
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Publisher

Payne-Gallway Publishers an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

30th September 2008

ISBN

9781905292479


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