A2 Lecture Videos
£80 ( +vat )
Complete set of lectures!
We have put together a superb set of video lectures to help students understand A2 ICT theory.
Consisting of over 8 hours of detailed guidance, they cover almost everything a students needs to understand at this level. Each lecture is between 10 to 30 minutes and covers every topic in detail.
The lectures are delivered by David Phillips, a well respected teacher, who has had years of success in teaching A level students. As he explains the theory, he also gives practical advice on how to approach a typical exam question on the topic.
Example Lecture Video:
The package comes with a friendly menu screen that the student can use to work their way through the course
If you want to integrate lectures into your own resources, no problem. Simply delve into the video folder and you will see every lecture as an independent Windows Media file (.wmv)
When would they be used?
These lecture videos can be used for many different reasons:
- For a cover lesson
- For a student to catch up on a missed lesson
- For students to consolidate and check their understanding of the lesson
- For revision prior to exams
- For the odd lesson where you need to catch up on other things
Are they for a specific exam board?
They were written to follow the WJEC A2 ICT syllabus. However, the majority of the topics appear in all of the A Level syllabuses, for example normalisation, system life cycle, networks, human computer interface design etc.
What does my licence cover?
A site licence covers the loading of the video lectures onto a shared drive or VLE (please note we do not provide a VLE-specific file - they unzip into a standard set of folders)
You can also make a copy and give them to each of your students to use at home
Is this included in the site subscription?
This product was created by David Phillips and is being sold through Teach-ICT. Thus it is not part of the site subscription.
FREE BONUS COURSE!
David Philips has generously agreed to include his excellent set of tutorials for setting up a typical A2 database project. Something that many students find difficult to do without some guidance.
He takes an example project of setting up a DVD rental database and covers everything from setting up tables, using forms, compound primary key through to creating receipts.
Database conditional formatting. (4 mins / 4Mb)
Again, the package comes with an user-friendly menu screen to make it simple to follow the project through from beginning to end.
These were filmed using Access 2003 but the guidance and tips he provides are equally valid for Access 2007 and 2010.
This package offers a complete set of lectures that cover the specific requirements of A2 ICT students.
In addition, a bonus set of tutorials are included to guide a student through the difficult task of an A2 level database project.
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