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QCA links and additional skills – Y4 4A: Writing for different audiences C hildren learn that ICT c an b e  us ed  to organis e, reorganis e, d ev elop and explore  idea s, and   that working with infor mation in this way c an aid und erstanding. It also give s  children   opportunities to discu s s  their exp erienc e s  of using ICT and how it is us ed  in the wider world.  C hildren will b e  able to apply what they have  learnt in this unit wh en: identifying key points in  a story or a c c ount; writing ac c ounts in which d etails of character and action ar e  us ed  to  intere st the read er; using evid enc e  and e xa m ple s  to support key points . N. C. Programmes of Study: 1b, 2a, 3b, 4c. Software suggested: Granada Writer – Granada Paw Prints – Black C at Textea s e  – S oftea s e MS Word – Micro s oft MS Publish er – Micro s oft Write Away – Black C at Integrated tasks with other Subjects: English year 4; D & T year 4; Citizenship Unit 7 Pupil Achievement: When I have learnt how to do all the above I will write about… on the computer and improve it to correct mistakes and make it interesting for my selected audience  to read. Special words: Font size, bold, copy, move, cut and paste, spellcheck, find and replace Suggested Activities: http://www.ictea ch ers.c o.uk/re s ourc e s/ict/itsch e m e ofwork.pdf http://www.wbol.co.uk/Activities/ActivityRe sults.asp ? Typ e=Ref&S earchID=17&ReturnLocationInfo=10&RefTag=Q CA http://www.e-gfl.org/e-gfl/curriculum/re s ourc e/ps s.cfm ? subje ct=ICT http://www.kented.org.uk/ngfl/literacy/year3-4.html http://www.kented.org.uk/ngfl/webpub/ca s e-s ellindg e.html http://www.kented.org.uk/ngfl/literacy/ros e a cr e.html http://www.standards.dfe s.gov.uk/sch e m e s 2/it/itx4a/?view=g et http://www.lgfl.n et/lgfl/lea s/gre enwich/accounts/subje cts/icttea m/web/re s ourc e s/primary/QCA % 20 s ch e m e % 20 of%20work/qca %20y e ar %204a/ http://eduwight.iow.gov.uk/curriculum/cor e/ict/key stag e2/Unit_4A_.asp
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QCA links and additional skills – Y4 4B: Developing images using repeated patterns In this unit children learn to develop visual ideas and to realise these ideas using ICT. Children will need to use a computer graphics package to explore and experiment with ideas and will amend and modify their work to meet specific outcomes. They also learn to save their work as they go along. Children learn to use ICT tools appropriately and will select areas of an image to cut, copy and change. They learn to export their work to other packages and import images from sources such as clip art, scanner or digital camera.
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