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work hard, coffee harderPrintables are great for both teaching and learning. The printables shared here can be printed and shared as classroom resources, or used to help structure your students’ revision as homework tasks.

For more printables, look out for the homework links under each Computer Science topic introduction.

If there’s something that you’d love to see in a future bundle, just let me know!

What's In Your November Bundle?

This month I’m delighted to share these useful printables to support the arrays lesson plan resources along with some extra printables for files and revision with you.

To access your November 2018 printables, simply click the links below. Look out for additional printables under each topic introduction too!

Skills Check For GCSE 1 – Print out this double sided sheet with 20 quick fire revision questions for GCSE Computer Science.. Print double sided to include the answer grid on the reverse.

Main Memory – Doodle Notes – Print out this visual topic page to help students with devising well presented notes. This uses a well known technique that helps to promote deeper learning whilst reducing stress levels A perfect homework task.

Placemat – Functional Programming One for the A Level teachers. Functional Programming for AQA Computer Science has been a topic that many teachers have found tricky as it’s conceptually removed from most of the programming we teach. This printable revision sheet covers a high level revision activity to help your students get organised.

To access your October 2018 printables, simply click the links below!

Placemat – GCSE – ArraysPrint out this single sheet topic page to help with organisation of notes and key terms for GCSE Computer Science.

Placemat – A Level – Arrays – Print out this single sheet topic page to help with organisation of notes and key terms for A Level Computer Science.

Revision Rollers – A printable to help with revision of key terms. Start with a cube… dare you roll the dodecahedron??

To access your September 2018 printables, simply click the links below!

Placemat – Algorithms & Pseudocode Print out this single sheet topic page to help with organisation of notes and key terms.

Pseudocode Storyboard A printable to help with the introduction to pseudocode lesson. A great supporting printable.

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