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1 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Annotating Course Work – A PowerPoint Application Year 8, Unit 5 Use this set of PowerPoint slides to show the work you have done in each lesson and write comments about it.

2 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Put a copy of the work you have done this lesson here. Lesson 1 Type your comments in this text box. Use the arrow tool to show what you have done. Create other text boxes if you wish.

3 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Put a copy of the work you have done this lesson here. Lesson 2 Type your comments in this text box. Use the arrow tool to show what you have done. Create other text boxes if you wish.

4 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Put a copy of the work you have done this lesson here. Lesson 3 Type your comments in this text box. Use the arrow tool to show what you have done. Create other text boxes if you wish.

5 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Put a copy of the work you have done this lesson here. Lesson 4 Type your comments in this text box. Use the arrow tool to show what you have done. Create other text boxes if you wish.

6 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Put a copy of the work you have done this lesson here. Lesson 5 Type your comments in this text box. Use the arrow tool to show what you have done. Create other text boxes if you wish.

7 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Put a copy of the work you have done this lesson here. Lesson 6 Type your comments in this text box. Use the arrow tool to show what you have done. Create other text boxes if you wish.

8 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Put a copy of the work you have done this lesson here. Lesson 7 Type your comments in this text box. Use the arrow tool to show what you have done. Create other text boxes if you wish.

9 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Put a copy of the work you have done this lesson here. Lesson 8 Type your comments in this text box. Use the arrow tool to show what you have done. Create other text boxes if you wish.

10 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Put a copy of the work you have done this lesson here. Lesson 9 Type your comments in this text box. Use the arrow tool to show what you have done. Create other text boxes if you wish.

11 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Assessment LevelCharacteristic - Typically, pupils:NC Level Level 3 is characterized by the use of ICT to develop ideas and solve problems. find and use appropriate stored information, following straightforward lines of enquiry explore ICT-based models or simulations to help them find things out and solve problems create sequences of instructions to control devices and achieve specific outcomes generate, develop and organise their work. They use ICT to present share and exchange their ideas with others Pupils use ICT to save information and to find and use appropriate stored information, following straightforward lines of enquiry. They use ICT to generate, develop, organise and present their work. They share and exchange their ideas with others. They use sequences of instructions to control devices and achieve specific outcomes. They make appropriate choices when using ICTbased models or simulations to help them find things out and solve problems. They describe their use of ICT and its use outside school. Level 4 is characterised by the ability to combine and refine information from various sources. Pupils interpret and question the plausibility of information. find and interrogate information, understanding the need for care in framing questions amend and combine different forms of information from a variety of sources explore patterns and relationships using ICT-based models and simulations. They interpret their findings, question plausibility and recognise that poor-quality information leads to unreliable results control events in a predetermined manner and to sense physical data present information in different forms. They refine the quality of their presentations showing an awareness of the intended audience compare their use of ICT with other methods Pupils understand the need for care in framing questions when collecting, finding and interrogating information. They interpret their findings, question plausibility and recognise that poorquality information leads to unreliable results. They add to, amend and combine different forms of information from a variety of sources. They use ICT to present information in different forms and show they are aware of the intended audience and the need for quality in their presentations. They exchange information and ideas with others in a variety of ways, including using . They use ICT systems to control events in a predetermined manner and to sense physical data. They use ICTbased models and simulations to explore patterns and relationships, and make predictions about the consequences of their decisions. They compare their use of ICT with other methods and with its use outside school.

12 Type your name in Footer Type file name in Footer Assessment LevelCharacteristic - Typically, pupils:NC Level Level 5 is characterised by combining the use of ICT tools within the overall structure of an ICT solution. Pupils critical evaluate the fitness for purpose of work as it progresses. select the information they need for different purposes, check its accuracy and organise it in a form suitable for processing. An increased range of quantitative and qualitative information is considered structure and refine information in different forms and styles for specific purposes and audiences explore the effects of changing the variables in an ICT-based model create sequences of instructions to control events, and understand the need for precision monitor and measure external events with sensors assess the use of ICT in their work and are able to reflect critically in order to make improvements in subsequent work Pupils select the information they need for different purposes, check its accuracy and organise it in a form suitable for processing. They use ICT to structure, refine and present information in different forms and styles for specific purposes and audiences. They exchange information and ideas with others in a variety of ways, including using . They create sequences of instructions to control events, and understand the need to be precise when framing and sequencing instructions. They understand how ICT devices with sensors can be used to monitor and measure external events. They explore the effects of changing the variables in an ICTbased model. They discuss their knowledge and experience of using ICT and their observations of its use outside school. They assess the use of ICT in their work and are able to reflect critically in order to make improvements in subsequent work. Level 6 is characterised by increased integration and efficiency in the use of ICT tools. A greater range and complexity of information is considered. use information from a range of sources and use complex lines of enquiry to solve problems and test hypotheses. make predictions and vary the rules within models. They assess the validity of their ICT-based models by comparing their behaviour with information from other sources develop, try out and refine sequences of instructions to monitor, measure and control events, and show efficiency in framing these instructions. present their ideas in a variety of ways and show a clear sense of audience. discuss the impact of ICT on society Pupils develop and refine their work to enhance its quality, using information from a range of sources. Where necessary, they use complex lines of enquiry to test hypotheses. They present their ideas in a variety of ways and show a clear sense of audience. They develop, try out and refine sequences of instructions to monitor, measure and control events, and show efficiency in framing these instructions. They use ICTbased models to make predictions and vary the rules within the models. They assess the validity of these models by comparing their behaviour with information from other sources. They discuss the impact of ICT on society.


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