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    ICT Evaluation of my materials produced for a "Get Moving" health campaign.

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    • Word count: 3132
    • Submitted: 13/01/2013
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Ad Son 04/09/2013
    • Awarding body: AQA (for GCSEs)
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    Planning- design a memo, letter and webpage for Capital FM.

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    • Word count: 2615
    • Submitted: 10/03/2012
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Ivor Borkin 22/04/2012
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    Ict and the law

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    • Word count: 1725
    • Submitted: 25/01/2010
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Ad Son 04/09/2013
    • Awarding body: Not known/Not applicable
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    Analysis of Tesco's Website

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    • Word count: 1370
    • Submitted: 15/01/2013
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Ad Son 04/09/2013
    • Awarding body: Not known/Not applicable
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    Evaluation of my ICT Database, Spreadsheet and Newsletter

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    • Word count: 1520
    • Submitted: 28/11/2012
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Ad Son 03/01/2013
    • Awarding body: Not known/Not applicable
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    Using ICT for Communication, Data, Commerce and Entertainment

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    • Word count: 3481
    • Submitted: 09/10/2012
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Ad Son 12/01/2012
    • Awarding body: OCR (for GCSEs)
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    Heath problems caused by IT use.

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    • Word count: 576
    • Submitted: 09/01/2012
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Ivor Borkin 21/02/2012
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    The Impact of ICT - the advantages and disadvantages of different types of ICT

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    • Word count: 908
    • Submitted: 10/07/2011
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Ivor Borkin 22/04/2012

It's difficult to imagine a world without Information and Communications Technology; from the phone in your pocket to the ATM machine at the supermarket, to the traffic lights on the corner, ICT is all around us. To be a confident user of technology is of considerable importance in your work, in your recreation and in your learning. The actual nature of what you'll study will vary but you'll be covering topics such as multimedia, ICT in organisations, problem-solving with ICT and the use of software.

The assessment types vary but there will be examinations and there will be coursework which, as with all coursework, will need careful planning and time-organisation. Marked by Teachers has hundreds of GCSE ICT coursework and essay examples from which you can gain a great understanding of what examiners and teachers are looking for in your assessments.

Exciting career opportunities lie ahead for those who have a sound background in the subject and even if you have no plans to take the subject further, you'll benefit from knowing how software and systems affect your life.


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  • Discuss how hard ware and soft ware of a C.P.U (central processing unit) could help a supermarket like Tesco.

    "3.0 Conclusion In this world of hardware and software it can help a growing chain store like Tesco by: - The checkouts don't just need keyboards to input the information of the products that people purchase you can use sensors or scanners, OMR, OCR and MICR. A supermarket could also use RAM and ROM. They could use the RAM for deals of the day, which are a one-day off, and the ROM to store the prices of the entire product in the shop. At Tesco they would use printers to print the receipt and use speaker to send messages to employees and customers; they can use a monitor/VDU to see the prices of the products that are being purchased. In the3 supermarket the security could use a joystick to move cameras around in the shop. They can use a microphone to tell customers the special deals of the day or week and they could use digi cams to find thieves. The supermarket would use ports on their checkouts to connect the receipt printer and the MICR to the main computer and cables would connect all of these and sometimes they might use USB."

  • This essay will discuss whether the good effects of enclosure outweighed the bad effects.

    "In conclusion, it seems that, in the long term, the positive effects of enclosure outweighed the negative effects. The main reason being that without enclosure, 50 per cent of the growing population of Britain would have died of hunger. But more should have been done to help the poor farmers. So this essay agrees. "The positive effects of enclosure outweighed the negative effects." 1"

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