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AS Unit 1 – Exam Content. Exam Content. There are 21 marks available for the content of your publication – in row K of the markgrid There are also 3 marks for showing readers where the information comes from – row L. Exam Content. Content needs to be about ICT – NOT technology

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As unit 1 exam content

AS Unit 1 – Exam Content


Exam content

Exam Content

  • There are 21 marks available for the content of your publication – in row K of the markgrid

    • There are also 3 marks for showing readers where the information comes from – row L


Exam content1

Exam Content

  • Content needs to be about ICT – NOT technology

    • This is a crucial distinction to make!

    • The key is: do the outputs from the system go straight to a human being or to another system – rather than controlling a machine


Exam content2

Exam Content


Exam content3

Exam Content

  • Content must be written by you

  • Do not copy and paste content

    • It’s really obvious

    • It will lose you marks

    • You’re better off with something simply written without so many long words

    • Think about this as meeting an audience need


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Exam Content

  • Row L – show where your information comes from

  • This must be shown on your publication – so the reader can see where to get more information from

    • Each article needs at least 1 “reference”

  • This is not the bibliography (row D)


January 2011 content

January 2011 Content

  • Changed ways in which people can support charities

    • Raise awareness

    • Obtain donations

    • How charities can use ICT to support groups

    • And individuals

    • In different areas of the world

  • Risks for charities

    • Data Protection Act – application to charities


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