OCR Computer Science (1-9) J276 Exam paper database of questions
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OCR Computer Science (1-9) J276 Exam paper database of questions

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Author: Colin Hamilton at William Ellis School
Two databases of questions. One for each exam paper.

Do not set whole database at one time or the test will crash.Set the question count to 20. Each time the test is taken there will be an entirely different tests to answer.

Another learning method is to use the mastery setting and see who can get 9/10 questions correct. Students get one attempt each day until the reach the target percentage that you choose.

SPAs encourage students to really understand and evaluate a topic. To run an SPA in the classroom:
  1. Assign as normal.
  2. When students are ready, click the Start button in the Assignments list. Make sure you have enough time; an SPA cannot be stopped half way through. You can adjust the time allowed at the start point, but not after.
  3. Students will work through a 3-step process of write|judge|vote.
  4. When they are finished, you can access their answers from the Assignments list. Answers are ranked by the process but these ranks do not correlate direct to grades. 


Structured Peer Assessment intro for students on Vimeo (also on YouTube here).

Show this 2:15 orientation video to your students before they start.

After the exercise, find the responses listed at Assignments Tab->Results->Short text responses  

SPAs work best with open questions that invite evaluation and explanation. They are not suitable for testing rote-learned facts. When assigning, please draw students' attention to the judgement criterion: the teaching point is actually subtly encoded in this.


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Author: Colin Hamilton at William Ellis School
Two databases of questions. One for each exam paper.

Do not set whole database at one time or the test will crash.Set the question count to 20. Each time the test is taken there will be an entirely different tests to answer.

Another learning method is to use the mastery setting and see who can get 9/10 questions correct. Students get one attempt each day until the reach the target percentage that you choose.

SPAs encourage students to really understand and evaluate a topic. To run an SPA in the classroom:
  1. Assign as normal.
  2. When students are ready, click the Start button in the Assignments list. Make sure you have enough time; an SPA cannot be stopped half way through. You can adjust the time allowed at the start point, but not after.
  3. Students will work through a 3-step process of write|judge|vote.
  4. When they are finished, you can access their answers from the Assignments list. Answers are ranked by the process but these ranks do not correlate direct to grades. 


Structured Peer Assessment intro for students on Vimeo (also on YouTube here).

Show this 2:15 orientation video to your students before they start.

After the exercise, find the responses listed at Assignments Tab->Results->Short text responses  

SPAs work best with open questions that invite evaluation and explanation. They are not suitable for testing rote-learned facts. When assigning, please draw students' attention to the judgement criterion: the teaching point is actually subtly encoded in this.


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OCR GCSE (9-1) Computer Science J276 Paper 1 Database of questions. (Teachers please read course instructions before setting) (231)
This test will be different each time you attempt it.

Have a pen and paper handy to make notes on questions you find tricky so you look up the topics that you need to work on.
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OCR GCSE (9-1) Computer Science J276 Paper 2 Database of questions. (Teachers don't set more than 20 questions in one test) (272)
This test will be different each time you take it because the questions come from a database.
Have a pen and paper available in case you get a binary to hex or binary addition question.
Write down questions you get wrong so that you can look up the correct answer after the test.
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