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Complete ICT for IGCSE®

Comprehensive practical support for understanding and examination success

Stephen Doyle

Suitable for:  IGCSE students

Price:  £29.50 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-912906-5
Publication date: 19/01/2012
Pack: 288 pages

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Description

Written for the international classroom, this new course comprehensively covers the syllabus, using up-to-date, global examples that students can relate to. Practical work is integrated through activities, test and past paper questions, helping pupils apply their understanding and giving them everything they need for success with the course.


Features

  • Recommended by University of Cambridge Assessment International Education for Parts 1-8 of the syllabus
  • Author Stephen Doyle has over 26 years teaching and examining experience, so you can rely on expert guidance
  • A huge focus on practical applications set students up to effectively employ their skills in assessment
  • Rigorous and stretching approach, with lots of built-in exam questions to ensure students excel
  • Lots of extras you won't find anywhere else - like case studies on topics like social media, piracy and Wikipedia
  • Over 280 pages plus digital support, to give your students the most practice and flexibility
  • Digital resources include even more activities, revision support and model answers, for the best exam potential
  • Built-in EAL support will help non-native speakers focus on the theory
  • Highly illustrated approach, with content presented in manageable chunks - to draw students in and raise enthusiasm

This page was last updated on 20 January 2019 at 04:30 GMT

Reviews

  • I am very happy with the ICT book. It is well organised and has a good level of relevant detail and depth. The tasks and question sets are clear to follow and useful. It is very comprehensive. - Felix Fearnley, ICT Teacher, British International School, Istanbul
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Table of Contents

1: Types and components of computer systems
2: Input and output devices
3: Storage devices and media
4: Computer networks
5: Data types
6: The effects of using ICT
7: The ways in which ICT is used
8: Systems analysis and design

9: Practical tests: Communication
10: Practical tests: Document production
11: Practical tests: Data manipulation
12: Practical tests: Integration
13: Practical tests: Output data
14: Practical tests: Data analysis
15: Practical tests: Website authoring
16: Practical tests: Presentation authoring
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