Cambridge Lower Secondary Computing 9 Student's Book
This title has been endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education.
Deliver an exciting computing course for ages 11-14, building on students' existing computing skills and experience whilst demonstrating new concepts, with practice opportunities to ensure progression.
- Recap and activate students' prior knowledge with 'Do you remember?' panels and introduce more advanced skills with 'Challenge yourself!' tasks.
- Allow students to demonstrate their knowledge creatively with engaging end of unit projects that apply skills and concepts in a range of different contexts.
- Develop computational thinking with an emphasis on broadening understanding throughout the activities.
- Provide clear guidance on e-safety with a strong focus throughout.
1 Presenting choices: combining constructs
2 Design your own network: shape and size
3 Coding and testing: game development for the Micro:bit
4 Drilling down: How the processor processes
5 Big data modelling and analysis: databases and spreadsheets
6 An array of skills: expert storytelling
Author: Tristan Kirkpatrick, Pam Jones, Ben Barnes, Margaret Debbadi
Curriculum: Cambridge International Education
Dimension: 8.39 x 0.51 x 10.87 inches
Edition: Student Edition
Isbn 10: 1398369829
Pages: 248 pages
Release date: 28/04/2023