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Computing Curriculum Map 2014-15

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Transcript of Computing Curriculum Map 2014-15

Computing Curriculum Map - 2014
Computing Strands:
E-Safety and Cyber Bullying
Programming and Control
Online World
Data Handling
Multimedia and Text
Lower Key Stage 2
E-Safety and Cyber Bullying
Programming and Control
Online World
Data Handling
Multimedia and Text
Upper Key Stage 2
E-Safety and Cyber Bullying
Programming and Control
Online World
Data Handling
Multimedia and Text
E-Safety and Cyber Bullying Objectives
Programming and Control Objectives
To design, write and debug programs to accomplish a specific goal, including controlling or simulating physical devices and systems (e.g. lights, buzzers, motors)
To use advanced commands, such as selection, penup/pendown and repeat to create, modify and refine more complex sequences
To explore the effects of changing the variables and forms of input and output in a model / program
E-Safety and Cyber Bullying Objectives
To use technology safely and respectfully, recognising acceptable / unacceptable behaviour
To use technology responsibly, keeping personal information private
To use ICT to communicate with others following instructions for safe use
To know where to go for help and support when they have concerns about content or contact
To use strategies for staying safe
Programming and Control Objectives
To design, write and debug programs to accomplish a specific goal
To use advanced commands, such as selection, penup/pendown and repeat to create, modify and refine more complex sequences
To use logical reasoning to explain how simple algorithms work
To detect and correct errors in algorithms and programs
E-Safety and Cyber Bullying Objectives:
To use ICT safely by following instructions
To use technology safely and respectfully
To know where to go for help when they have concerns about content or contact
Programming and Control Objectives
Give and follow commands to navigate children and devices around a course or familiar journey
To explore how devices respond to commands
To use logical reasoning to predict the behaviour of simple programs
E-Safety and Cyber Bullying
Programming and Control
Online World
Data Handling
Multimedia and Text
Early Years
Key Stage 1
E-Safety and Cyber Bullying Objectives
To use ICT safely by following instructions
To use technology safely and respectfully
To use technology responsibly, keeping personal information private
To know where to go for help when they have concerns about content or contact
Programming and Control Objectives
E-Safety and Cyber Bullying
Programming and Control
Online World
Data Handling
Multimedia and Text
To create and follow a sequence of commands to complete given task and understand this as an 'algorithm' (both on devices and on screen)
To predict the behaviour of simple programs
To describe the effects of simple programs
To evaluate simple programs and 'debug' where necessary
Online World
Objectives
To navigate onscreen resources to explore and locate information
To investigate imaginary worlds and virtual worlds and explore options
To contribute to a class email
To begin to use webcams and/or video conferencing as a class
To know what to do if they see inappropriate content online
Data Handling Objectives
To sort and classify items by simple yes / no questions (this may take place away from the computer)
To develop classification skills by carrying out sorting activities (practically or on the IWB)
To use simple pictogram software to answer questions as a class (e.g how many children have brown hair?)
Multimedia and Text Objectives
To capture information and share work with others (e.g using a digital camera)
To work with text, images and sound to explore ideas
Select or record sounds and images to add to work
Online World
Objectives
To navigate onscreen resources to explore and locate information
To make sensible choices when exploring and investigating virtual worlds
To find and use information to answer questions
To contribute to a class / group email
To use webcams and/or video conferencing as a class
To know what to do if they see inappropriate content online
Data Handling Objectives
To develop classification skills by carrying out sorting activities (practically or on the IWB)
To collect and organise information and present it in different forms, including simple graphing software (e.g to answer questions like 'how many children like apples?')
To save, retrieve and edit their work
To interpret and draw conclusions from graphs
Multimedia and Text Objectives
To use various technology to create, organise, store, manipulate and retrieve digital content (e.g images, sound and text)
To recognise common uses of information technology beyond school
To select or record sounds and images to add to work
To be able to save, print, retrieve and amend work.
Online World
Objectives
To use search technologies effectively, understanding how they are selected and ranked, and decide on the usefulness of information found
To log on to an email account and open and send appropriate replies
To save an email and forward to a recipient in the class address book
To open and save an attachment and attach own files to emails
To be able to create a 'secure' password and safe user name
To begin to publish their work to a wider audience
To use webcams and/or video conferencing as a class
To know what to do if they see inappropriate content online
Data Handling Objectives
To collect, record and organise data to answer questions and present findings
To save, retrieve and edit their work
To interpret and draw conclusions from graphs
To begin to identify what data should be collected to answer a specific question
To collect data and enter it into a database under appropriate field headings
To create and combine different forms of information, refining and presenting it for a particular purpose
Multimedia and Text Objectives
To use various technology to create, organise, store, manipulate and retrieve digital content (e.g images, sound and text)
To use editing and formatting techniques to develop and refine work to improve its quality and presentation
To select, use and combine a variety of software on a range of devices to design and create a range of programs
To use different text formatting and effects to communicate meaning
To use page setup, cut, copy and paste to refine content
To be able to save, print, retrieve and amend work.
Online World
Objectives
To refine searches to find, select and use information, appreciating how results are selected and ranked
To question and check the accuracy of information
To independently, with regard for e-safety, select and use appropriate communication tools to collaborate and communicate with others within school network
To send 'group' emails and be aware of benefits and risks of 'replying to all'
To publish their work to a more global audience, including creating a web page
To use webcams and/or video conferencing as a class
To know what to do if they see inappropriate content online
Data Handling Objectives
To select the most appropriate method to collect, analyse, evaluate and present data
To use a variety of software on a range of digital devices to organise, store and retrieve information
To construct, refine and interpret various charts and graphs
To design a data capture form to collect information (e.g questionnaire or table)
To present data to a specified audience and display findings in other software (e.g through presentation software)
Multimedia and Text Objectives
To select suitable text, sounds and graphics from other electronic sources and import into own work, including programs
To use editing and formatting techniques to develop and refine work to improve its quality and presentation
To use different text formatting and effects to communicate meaning
To create hyperlinks in interactive presentations
To use appropriate editing tools to ensure their work is clear and error free
To self and peer assess work and suggest suitable improvements
To use technology safely and respectfully, recognising acceptable / unacceptable behaviour
To use technology responsibly, keeping personal information private
To use ICT to communicate with others following instructions for safe use
To use strategies for staying safe
To identify the benefits of online communication and manage the risks
To identify a range of ways to report concerns about content and contact
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