Cambridge IGCSE ICT Coursebook
Cambridge IGCSE ICT provides valuable and practical support for students. Written by experienced authors, the Coursebook with CD-ROM features questions and tasks throughout to reinforce learning, and a selection of past exam questions to help students develop and practise their exam techniques. This new Coursebook includes content that is accessible and challenging to all ability levels. A Teacher's Resource CD-ROM is also available, providing formative assessment; theory and practical tests; and teaching notes.
- Electronic book text
- 19 Nov 2012
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Introduction; Acknowledgements; Modules: 1. Types and components of computer systems; 2. Input and output devices; 3. Storage devices and media; 4. Computer networks; 5. Data types; 6. The effects of using ICT; 7.i. How ICT is used in everyday life; 7.ii. Work-related ICT applications and their effects; 8. Systems analysis and design; Answers to self-assessment questions; Index.