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DIDA!. Mrs Griffiths (Head of ICT) Miss Scott (Assistant Head of ICT). Welcome. This presentation will explain: The structure of DiDA Methods of assessment What you need in order to do well Opportunities after the course Further information. Why Choose Additional ICT?.

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Dida

DIDA!

Mrs Griffiths (Head of ICT)

Miss Scott (Assistant Head of ICT)


Welcome

Welcome

This presentation will explain:

The structure of DiDA

Methods of assessment

What you need in order to do well

Opportunities after the course

Further information


Why choose additional ict

Why Choose Additional ICT?

Gain abroader range of skills compared to just studying ‘Core’ ICT

Take advantage ofnew technologies and new ways of working

Varied and interesting course withsomething for everyone!

Continue your ICT studies into Year 11


Structure of dida

Structure of DiDA

1 GCSE

3 GCSEs

4 GCSEs

  • Core ICT (Unit 1)

    • Most students will study core ICT in Year 10. This will provide you with key ICT skills in the main applications.

  • Additional ICT – 1 option block (& Units 2 & 3)

    • Choosing this option will allow you to study three units of ICT in Year 10.

  • Additional ICT – 2 option blocks (& Units 2, 3 and 4)

    • Choosing this option will allow you to study four units of ICT – three in Year 10 and one in Year 11.


Assessment

Assessment

  • No exams!  This is an entirely practical course

  • You will be assessed by your E-Portfolios of Coursework (100%)

    • Marked by the class teacher and sent to the exam board to be verified.


Unit 2 multimedia

Unit 2 “Multimedia”

Video Editing

Design

Sound Editing

Flash

Animation

Graphics


Unit 2 multimedia1

Unit 2 “Multimedia”

  • We will teach you how to design and build multimedia products including animations, sound and video.

    Previous coursework themes:

  • Tell Me a Story - students created a multimedia storybook for a younger audience .

  • Small Actions, Big Change – students created a set of multimedia products encouraging others to complete a certain action to make the world a better place


Storybook

Storybook


Podcast

Podcast


Unit 3 graphics

Unit 3 “Graphics”

  • We will teach you how to design and create a variety of computer graphics using both bitmap and vector tools.

    Previous coursework themes:

  • Chill Out Here - students created a 3D chill out room (>).

  • On your Marks! - students designed materials for a sports event to promote an Olympic-style tournament


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Chill-Out Rooms


Olympic tournament medals and running vests

Olympic Tournament Medals and Running Vests


Unit 4 ict in enterprise

Unit 4 “ICT in Enterprise”

  • We will teach you how to use ICT in order to help you plan an enterprise event.

  • Students will work in groups on a joint project and will complete both individual and group documents as part of this

    Previous coursework themes:

  • Have Your Say – students created campaign materials promoting awareness of an issue of their choice.

  • £10 challenge - students planned an enterprise to make as much money as possible from a £10 note.


Company website

Company Website


What you need in order to do well

What you need in order to do well

An interest in the application of ICT

Ability to work independently in order to maximise your achievement.

An ability to meet deadlines and be responsible for your own learning.


Opportunities after the course

Opportunities after the course

  • DiDA is ideal preparation for A Level courses in ICT, Business, Leisure, Media Studies or Graphics. It can also give you skills that will be of use in whatever subjects you choose to pursue.

  • DiDA can help you to gain entry onto college courses in ICT or related fields.

  • DiDA will help you to develop skills that will help you both in the workplace and in your leisure time


Further information

Further Information

SJL ICT Faculty staff (Mrs Griffiths, Miss Scott, Mr Thompson, Mr Farrell, or Mr Gauthier)

Edexcel website: www.edexcel.org.uk


Questions

Questions?

Mrs [email protected]

(Head of ICT)

Miss [email protected]

(Assistant Head of ICT)

www.sjl.herts.sch.uk/ict


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