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  1. Applied Information and Communication Technology Course Code: 9713

  2. Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  3. Book Recommended • AS Level and A Level Applied ICT • Author: Brown, G. and Sargent, B.ISBN: 9780521717649Published in 2008.Edition: 1Published by Cambridge University Press, UK Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  4. Assessment Cambridge International AS Level Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  5. Assessment Cambridge International A Level Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  6. Assessment Cambridge International A Level Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  7. Description of papers Paper 1 • This is a written paper, all questions are compulsory. • Candidates answer in the spaces provided on the question paper. • The questions generally test sections 1 to 4 of the syllabus, although knowledge and understanding from sections 8 to 14 may also be assessed Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  8. Description of papers Paper 2 • A practical test assessing skills from sections 8 to 14 of the syllabus. • It may also assess some core knowledge and understanding from sections 1 to 4 of the syllabus. Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  9. Description of papers Paper 3 • This is a written paper, all questions are compulsory. • Candidates answer in the spaces provided on the question paper. • The questions generally test sections 1 to 7 of the syllabus, although knowledge and understanding from sections 8 to 17 may also be assessed. Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  10. Description of papers Paper 4 • A practical test assessing selected skills from sections 8 to 17 of the syllabus. • It may also assess some core knowledge and understanding from sections 1 to 7 of the syllabus. Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  11. Syllabus content Cambridge International AS Level 1. ICT systems including portable communication devices 2. How organizations use ICT – Part 1 3. Impact of ICT on society – Part 1 4. Systems life cycle Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  12. Syllabus content Cambridge International A Level 5. How organizations use ICT – Part 2 6. Impact of ICT on society – Part 2 7. Computer networks Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  13. Section 1 ICT systems including portable communication devices Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  14. Section 1 ICT systems including portable communication devices (A) Identify the input devices. (B) Identify suitable uses of the input devices stating the advantages and disadvantages of each Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  15. Section 1 ICT systems including portable communication devices (c) identify the following output devices: monitors (CRT, TFT), printers (laser, ink jet and dot matrix), plotters, speakers, control devices (including motors, buzzers, lights and heaters); (d) identify suitable uses of the output devices stating the advantages and disadvantages of each: Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  16. Section 1 ICT systems including portable communication devices Storage Section Including Point E and F Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  17. Section 1 ICT systems including portable communication devices Storage Section Including Point E and F Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  18. Section 1 ICT systems including portable communication devices portable communication devices Including Point G and H Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  19. Section 2 How organizations use ICT Part 1 Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  20. Section 2 (Part 1) ICT systems including portable communication devices Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  21. Section 2 (Part 1) ICT systems including portable communication devices Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  22. Section 2 (Part 1) ICT systems including portable communication devices Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  23. Section 3 Impact of ICT on society – Part 1 Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  24. Section 3 (Part 1) Impact of ICT on society – Part 1 Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  25. Section 4 System Life Cycle Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  26. Section 4 System Life Cycle Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  27. Section 5 How organizations use ICT – Part 2 Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  28. Section 5 How organizations use ICT Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  29. Section 6 Impact of ICT on society – Part 2 Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  30. Section 6 Impact of ICT on society – Part 2 Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  31. Section 7 Computer Networks Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  32. Section 7 Computer Networks Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  33. Section 8 Software selection Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  34. Section 8 Candidates should be able to select the software which is most appropriate for any given task, using a critical evaluation of the task and of the scenario provided with the task. Select the most appropriate software for a task Skills will be tested by giving a task or scenario Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  35. Section 9 Communication Communicate effectively with other ICT users using email and search for appropriate information using the internet Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  36. Section 9 (Communication) • Use email • Use the internet Section 10 Document and Presentation Products • Enter and edit data from different sources • Import image or other object from an external source • Include information downloaded from the internet • Create an electronic document using a suitable package • Set up a document/page/ slide format • Set text appearance and layout • Use manual methods and software tools to ensure error-free accuracy Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  37. Section 11 Data Handling 1 – Databases and Charts Create a database structure, add data, check the data entry, perform searches, sorts, calculations and produce output from the data. Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  38. Section 11 • Data Handling 1 – Databases and Charts Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  39. Section 12 Integration 1 Integrate data from several sources. Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  40. Section 12 • Integrate data from several sources Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  41. Section 12 • Integrate data from several sources Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  42. Section 13 Output Data Output data in different forms Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  43. Section 13 • Output data in different forms Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  44. Section 14 Data Handling 2 – Spreadsheets Spreadsheets Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  45. Section 14 Data Handling 2 – Spreadsheets Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  46. Section 15 Integration 2 – Mail Merge Create a mail merge master document with automated merge codes, link to a data source, generate individual form letters, and produce output in a variety of formats Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  47. Section 15 Integration 2 – Mail Merge Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  48. Section 16 Integration 3 – Automation Create an automated procedure which enables the user to select both the required document and the data to merge it with. Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  49. Section 16 Integration 3 – Automation Instructor : Abdul Wahhab

  50. Section 17 Output Data Output data in different forms Instructor : Abdul Wahhab