Longman Key Skills: Information Technology Level 1+2
The new national framework of qualifications starts in September 2000. Key Skills will have a leading role will all qualifications in schools, colleges and in the workplace. Whether you are teaching GCSEs, GNVQs, A-levels, Vocational A-levels, Modern Apprenticeships, National Traineeships, City & Guides, or other vocational qualifications, these keys skills books from Barry Smith provide a student-focused, time-saving solution.
- Paperback | 144 pages
- 196 x 265mm | 284g
- 19 Jul 2000
- Pearson Education Limited
- Harlow, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Part 1: The Learning Curve This section tells you what you need to know to get the key skills units in Application of Number, Communication or IT. Part 2: The Bottom Line Describes what you need to do to gain the key skills units in Application of Number, Communication or IT. The words and ideas of the key skills The definition of each level What must be in the portfolio of evidence Part 3: Opportunities Highlights opportunities for gathering evidence for key skills units in Application of Number, Communication or IT in the work students are already doing. You can look up pages for GSCE, GNVQ or A-level. Everyone should look at the section on evidence from everyday sources which contains examples of everyday activities at home, work or play that can also be used as evidence and all students will find some useful reminders in the section called Useful Knowledge which contains short reminders of important words and ideas.