This new edition has been updated by experienced authors, teachers and examiners to support the latest syllabus for Cambridge international Examinations IGCSE iCT (0417).This textbook is in two sections, fully covering the theoretical knowledge required for the written paper and the skills needed for the practical examinations.
Feel more prepared and confident by using this guide dedicated to the key information you need to revise and practise in the lead-up to your exam.
This new revision guide accompanies Cambridge IGCSE ICT Second Edition, the Cambridge endorsed textbook from the same expert authors, but can be used by any student preparing for their Cambridge International Examinations IGCSE ICT examinations.
It has been carefully developed to ensure ease of use by both first and second language learners.
ICT IGCSE Cambridge International Examination Coursebook Revised Second Edition By Victoria Wright, Denise Taylor ISBN 9781108698061
This comprehensive resource is written to cover the Cambridge IGCSE ICT syllabus (0417).
Cambridge IGCSE® ICT Second edition provides a complete course for developing and practising the skills required for students of Cambridge IGCSE ICT. The coursebook contains detailed explanations of concepts, worked examples and exercises to consolidate knowledge. The accompanying CD-ROM contains the source files required to complete the practical tasks set in the chapters. This Revised edition incorporates changes made to the syllabus for examination from 2020. Answers to the coursebook questions are in the teacher’s resource.
ICT IGCSE Coursebook for Cambridge International Examination with Digital Access 2 Years By Victoria Wright, Denise Taylor, David Waller
Support teachers and learners through the Cambridge IGCSE™ Information & Communication Technology syllabuses (0983/0417).
This coursebook with digital access strengthens practical skills and allows learners to apply theory to real-life scenarios, building core skills they will use in all areas of life. A three-tiered approach to practical tasks throughout our coursebook develops fundamental skills with ‘Getting started’ and ‘Practice’ tasks, and stretches more confident students with ‘Challenge’ tasks. Students are given a taste of the industry through ‘ICT in context’, adding relevancy to students’ learning. As well as this, learners develop autonomous learning skills through the ‘Reflection’ feature, encouraging students to assess and evaluate their learning journey. Answers are accessible to teachers for free on the Cambridge GO platform.