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Level 1 I can use different information I use ICT to work with words, pictures and sounds to share my ideas.  I know that machines follow instructions.  They   make   choices   when   using   such   devices   to   produce   different  outcomes.  I can talk about using ICT.  Level 2 I use ICT to organise and present information.  I can enter, save and open work.  I use ICT to create, change and record my work. I can share my ideas in words, tables, pictures and sounds.  I can plan and give instructions to make things happen and describe the  effects.  I can use ICT to explore what happens in real and imaginary situations.  I can talk about using ICT both inside and outside school.  Level 3 I can use ICT to save information and to find and use appropriate stored  information, following straightforward lines of enquiry.  I can use ICT to create, develop, organise and present their work.  I can share and exchange my ideas with others.  I can use sequences of instructions to control devices and achieve specific  outcomes.  I make good choices when using ICT based models or simulations to help  me find things out and solve problems.  I can describe my use of ICT and its use outside school.  Level 4 I understand I need to ask careful questions when collecting, finding and  looking at information.  I can interpret my findings, question plausibility and recognise that poor  quality information leads to unreliable results.  I can add to, change and combine different forms of information from a  variety of sources.  I can use ICT to effectively present information in different forms to  difference audiences.  I can share information and ideas in a variety of ways, including using  email.  I can use ICT systems to control events in a predetermined manner and to  sense physical data. 
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