Menu OCR A2 Level ICT G063 Revision paullong.net Training paullong.net 2013 1 Menu Agenda 12:00 Discussion Questions with AS Group 13:00 Break 13:10 Break
15:30 Finish paullong.net 2013 2 Menu Aims of today Understand how to answer different types of exam questions know what key words mean Know how to respond to different styles of question Have an insight into what examiners are looking for Improve essay writing technique Revise some popular exam topics paullong.net 2013 3
Menu Who am I? Who are you? Paul Long Text book author Former principal examiner/moderator ICT Teacher of 15 years Now self-employed Resources for schools Revision sessions Training for teachers Freelance training Home teaching for James Brindley School Two interesting things about me: Christian at Real Life Church Married to Catherine
You Name One thing thats interesting about you paullong.net 2013 4 Menu Resources to help you www.ocrict.com (www.paullong.net/ocr) G063 Online Text Book G063 Presentations G063 Exam frameworks and grids AS resources
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Organising your material Plan your time and the topics Dont rewrite everything Put post-it notes everywhere demote them! REDUCE YOUR REVISION Know it done ? Not sure need to revise What? need to learn again paullong.net 2013 7 Menu Exam paper tips See hand out Read questions and instructions carefully Dont panic Look at marks available Avoid easier, faster, more efficient, better Give full answers
Include extra information if time Give examples related to the scenario Draw diagrams if appropriate NEVER leave answers blank unless you run out of time Revise and prepare paullong.net 2013 8 Menu Starter Complete this quick quiz paullong.net 2013 9 Menu G063 exam paper 2 hours (120 marks) 1 minute per mark
Section A (40 marks) around 7 short questions uses style of the AS paper approximately 25 minutes Section B (80 marks) mainly essay-style questions apply skills to scenarios approximately 1 hour 35 minutes paullong.net 2013 Synoptic questions covering AS Level not restricted to terminology from AS Level Will include a discussion question at the end and probably a long-answer explain question NOT in order of easy to hard 10
Menu A2 Revision - MENU Revision Games Revision Tasks Characteristic Characteristic Distribute Databases Verbal Tennis Gantt Describe Purpose
Maintenance Maintenance & & Changeover Changeover Hot Seat CPA Explain Use Networks Spot Spot the the Mistake Mistake (networks) (networks)
Spot Spot the the Mistake Mistake (Blank) (Blank) Process Venn Diagrams ERD Question Styles Key words Identify Discuss paullong.net 2013
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List your knowledge Sentences, statements or single words One mark per point made Individual exercises: 1. Identify three methods of database distribution  2. For each of the symptoms below, state the health problem and state the possible cause: chronic pain experienced in the arms, shoulder or back  b) blood clot found in the leg  c) pressure on the median nerve in the wrist producing numbness in the hand  Q14 June 2012 a) 3. Give four reasons why batch processing is used to process employees salaries.  Q3b June 2012 paullong.net 2013 14 Menu Sample papers - identify G063 June 2011 1 design specification
3 operating systems 14a expert systems Group exercise Mark each of these answers on the 3 scripts what is right/wrong with each answer identify any shortcomings for each answer make corrections to answers come up with additional answers send out one negotiator to trade more answers paullong.net 2013 15 Menu
Key word: characteristic Distinguishing part, function or feature of a system NOT uses Identify three characteristics of a wide area network (WAN).  Q2a Jan 10 connected devices are geographically remote uses an external communication system / connected by third-party cables requires a router paullong.net 2013 16 Menu Characteristics Whole group exercise Identify four characteristics of a satellite navigation system.  paullong.net 2013 17
Menu Spot the mistake - networks ADSL lines have contention ratios Satellites require line of sight Infrared does not require line of sight Leased lines do not have contention ratios 4G has a higher bandwidth than satellite Leased lines have a higher bandwidth than 4G Fibre optic cables suffer less interference than copper cables Unshielded Twisted Pair cables have a maximum length of 1000m paullong.net 2013 18 Menu
Spot the mistake operating systems Interactive processing requires user interaction Batch processing requires user interaction Real-time processing requires user interaction Single-user operating systems can only be used by one user at once Multi-user operating systems can run many tasks at once Multi-tasking operating systems can run many tasks at once An operating system manages the hardware on a computer An operating system allocates memory to tasks An operating system is a Graphical User Interface paullong.net 2013 19
Menu Key word: use How a system can be used What it can be used for EXAMPLES Identify three uses of an expert system. mobile phone problem diagnosis car engine fault diagnosis medical condition diagnosis Alternative wording: Identify three ways an expert system could be used Whole group exercise Give four uses of an extranet for a school.  paullong.net 2013 20 Menu Describe
One mark per description Describe rapid application development (RAD).  Q1 Jun 12 Describe how interactive processing could be used to prevent the double booking of theatre tickets.  Q1 Jun 12 OR two marks per description Describe three applications of an expert system.  Q8 Jun 12 OR banded response Describe the services available to the individual that are offered by digital television networks.  Q6 Jun 12 If no number of responses is specified give more answers than you think are required eg 3 full descriptions for 4 marks Describe using examples must be related to scenario paullong.net 2013 21
Menu Describe banded response Max marks: Three descriptions Two descriptions will need to include more information or example paullong.net 2013 22 Menu Describe how to answer Describe the role of a personnel system in a company.  Q1a Jan 11 Identify Points Describe
Example Stores employee contact details including next of kin details mobile phone number of spouse in case 23 employee is injured at work. Stores attendance details including when each so that salaries can be calculated correctly employee was at work and absences monitored and reasons for absence Try answering the describe questions on your hand out
Safety Decision Making Methodology (1 of 6) Intake through closure. INFORMATION DOMAINS: Making good decisions about safety begins with gathering sufficient information using the following six standardized information domains throughout the life of a case.
All forms of energy can be converted to other forms. Law of Conservation of Energy: Energy cannot be created or destroyed. Einstein - If matter is destroyed, energy is created, if energy is destroyed, matter is created. The total amount...
(Editions in ML and C also available; the "tiger books") Grune, Dick, Henri E. Bal, Ceriel J.H. Jacobs, and Koen G. Langendoen. Modern Compiler Design. Wiley, 2000 What This Lecture is About A compiler translates a program from a high-level...
Arial Default Design Microsoft Graph Chart Principal Component Analysis Overview PCA is NOT… 2-D vs. multi-D PCA Slide 6 Example Mechanics of PCA Normalization Slide 10 Slide 11 Example % Variance Kaiser-Guttman vs. Broken Stick Let's GRAPH! Homework
1. Fiscal Stability—2 . Reasonable stability in tax policies (tax/duty rates and tax bases).. Long-term f. iscal . sustainability and debt analysis. Government debt and fiscal balances interact: medium- and long-term debt sustainability analysis and scenarios are needed.
What is EBP? Evidence-based practice (EBP) is a process in which the practitioner combines well-researched interventions with clinical experience and ethics, and client preferences and culture to guide and inform the delivery of treatments and services.. An evidence-based approach involves...
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