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This is the specification content (all you need to know for what you need to know) for ICT short course and long course it is what I am working by to make my ICT short course PowerPoints that I will post  soon enough.

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SECTION C: SPECIFICATION CONTENT
5 Specification Content
This specification is set out in the form of teaching modules. The relationship of the assessment units to
the teaching modules is described in Section 4.2.
5.1 and 5.2 form the basis of assessment for the Short Course GCSE ICT. They are:
5.1…

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OCR 2004 Section C: Specification Content Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations ICT A: Third Edition

5.1 COMPUTER SYSTEMS, COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AND
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (SHORT & FULL COURSE MODULE)
Candidates should study a range of applications found in the home, at school and general everyday life, in
order to…

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Learning Outcomes
Candidates should be able to:
(i) define hardware, giving examples;
(ii) define software, giving examples;
(iii) describe the difference between hardware and software;
(iv) identify the main components of a general purpose computer: Central Processing Unit,
Main/Internal Memory, Input Devices, Output Devices and Secondary/Backing Storage;
(v) describe the…

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Learning Outcomes
Candidates should be able to:
(i) describe common backing storage media (such as magnetic tape, CD-ROM, floppy disc
and hard disc) and their associated devices;
(ii) identify typical uses of the…

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SECTION C: SPECIFICATION CONTENT
5 Specification Content
This specification is set out in the form of teaching modules. The relationship of the assessment units to
the teaching modules is described in Section 4.2.
5.1 and 5.2 form the basis of assessment for the Short Course GCSE ICT. They are:
5.1…

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23 ©
OCR 2004 Section C: Specification Content Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations ICT A: Third Edition

5.1 COMPUTER SYSTEMS, COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AND
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (SHORT & FULL COURSE MODULE)
Candidates should study a range of applications found in the home, at school and general everyday life, in
order to…

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Learning Outcomes
Candidates should be able to:
(i) define hardware, giving examples;
(ii) define software, giving examples;
(iii) describe the difference between hardware and software;
(iv) identify the main components of a general purpose computer: Central Processing Unit,
Main/Internal Memory, Input Devices, Output Devices and Secondary/Backing Storage;
(v) describe the…

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25 ©
OCR 2004 Section C: Specification Content Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations ICT A: Third Edition
Learning Outcomes
Candidates should be able to:
(i) describe common backing storage media (such as magnetic tape, CD-ROM, floppy disc
and hard disc) and their associated devices;
(ii) identify typical uses of the…

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