BTEC Nationals - IT Practitioners Tutor Resource Pack

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Routledge, Oct 21, 2002 - Computers - 178 pages
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The complete off-the-shelf resource for delivering the compulsory core units of the new BTEC Nationals.

Used alongside the students' text, 'BTEC Nationals - IT Practitioners', this pack offers a complete suite of lecturer support material and photocopiable handouts for the compulsory core units of the new BTEC National specifications, for National Awards, Certificates and Diplomas. The authors provide all the resources needed by a busy lecturer, as well as a bank of student-centred practical work and revision material, which will enable students to gain the skills, knowledge and understanding they require.





Officially endorsed by Edexcel, the pack is freely photocopiable within the purchasing institution, as well as supplied in its entirety on CD Rom, and will include:

* Worksheets to support and develop work in the students' book
* Planned projects which will enable students to display a wide range of skills
and use their own initiative
* Assessment materials
* Reference material for use as hand-outs
* Background on running the new HNC/HND courses
* Tutor's notes supporting activities in the students' book and resource pack

1.Written specifically to provide the essential teaching support material needed to cover the core units for the new 2002 BTEC Nationals from Edexcel2.Covers both the BTEC National Certificate and Diploma mandatory core units3.Freely photocopiable within the purchasing institution, with the entire pack also included on CD Rom.
 

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Contents

Unit 1 Language and communications
1
Unit 2 Computer systems
31
Unit 3 Business information systems
69
Unit 4 Software development
99
Unit 5 Communication technology
107
Unit 6 Systems analysis
111
Appendix A ASCII character set presented as control characters and text characters
137
Appendix B How to obtain a hex dump with DEBUG
140
Appendix C How to unassemble with DEBUG
142
Appendix D Library of assembly subroutines
144
Appendix E Answers
147
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Howard Anderson is Professor of English at Michigan State University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota and taught previously at Indiana University. He has been the recipient of grants from the American Philosophical Society and the Indiana University Foundation. Professor Anderson is the editor of The Familiar Letter in the Eighteenth Century and of M. G. Lewisis The Monk and the co-editor of Studies in Criticism and Aesthetics, 1660-1800.

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