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BTEC ITQ:  E09 – Using Email / 109 – Using Email = J/502/4299

The purpose of this assignment – Learn to:

Create and send emails, including sending attachments

Stay safe and respect others when using email

Create an address book to store email addresses

Reply to email and respond appropriately

Organise your emails into folders, and delete unwanted emails

Deal with common email problems 

 SOUTHCOTE STEPS ASSESSMENT

 

 

 

SS9

I can state what the different formats are

 

I can independently review the different formats and discuss `

 

I can navigate around electronical device presentations

 

I understand the different programs/software making it able to search for information (Explorer/google)

 

I can state/use the different Microsoft programs

 

I can type simple words on a keyboard

 

I can navigate around a computer/IPAD to a shown program/software

 

I can edit work using different functions

SS10

I can use input devices to manipulate items on a computer. (Keyboard, online keyboard, accessible mouse and switches)

 

I can identify the different icons/objects.

 

I can show that different information can be found in different forms

 

I can look up and use information from various places (cd, web pages and printed documents)

 

I can identify work being printed and identify your own work.

 

I can use a computer to work with a variety of sources (Writing, pictures and sound)

 

I can identify different technology and discuss what it is.

 

Computing Statement - I can access the world wide web using a web browser

 

Computing Statement - I understand the importance of staying safe online (thinkUknow age 5 - 7)

SS11

I can review printed work and state if it is good or bad `

 

I understand where the save Icon is and what it is looks like

 

I can use a keyboard and mouse and include the different functions within work

 

I can search for information using the internet

 

I can copy text. Data and images

 

I can independently state what program to use to suite the best purpose

 

I can handle different equipment and link words to what they are.

 

Computing Statement - I can identify the different programs to carry out the work

 

Computing Statement - I understand the different features within the programme

 

Computing Statement - I can access an computer considering the safety

 

Computing Statement - I can state what e-safety is and the different forms of bullying linking it to technology

 

Computing Statement - I can access the internet and describe the process .

SS12

Computing Statement - I can recognises different types of data: text, number.

 

I can independently (talk through) how to use a computer. (access computer, log on and navigate)

 

I can enter, save and retrieve my work

 

I can talk about my experiences of ICT both inside and outside school.

 

Computing Statement - I can navigate the web and can carry out simple web searches to collect digital content.

 

Computing Statement - I can demonstrate how to use of computer safely and responsibly, knowing a range of ways to report unacceptable content and contact when online.

SS13

Computing Statement - I can what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour when using technologies and online services.

 

I can use different functions within programs to enhance the quality of work.

 

I can create a file/folder structure.

 

I can share and exchange my ideas with others.

 

I can use a variety of technology considering its different features and functionality

 

Computing Statement - I can state the difference between data and information

 

Computing Statement - I understand the difference between hardware and application software, and their roles within a computer system.

SS14

I can understand the reliability of information research or created.

 

I can exchange information and ideas with others in a variety of ways.

 

I understand the risks associated with communicating digitally, including the security of personal information.

 

Computing Statement - I can work with a variety of inputs and outputs.

 

Computing Statement - I can recognise different types of data: text; number; instruction.

 

Computing Statement - I can state why and when computers are used.

 

Computing Statement - I can state/show how to effectively use search engines, and knows how search results are selected (Advanced searches)

 

Computing Statement - I can state/show how to effectively use search engines, and knows how search results are selected (Advanced searches)

SS15

I can make sensible decisions about whether information is accurate or not and give reasoning.

 

I can select the information I need for different purposes, check its accuracy and organise it in a form suitable for processing.

 

I can use ICT to organise, store and retrieve information using logical and appropriate structures.

 

I can Share my work with other people in a number of ways including e-mail.

 

Computing Statement - I understand data transmission between digital computers over networks, including the internet i.e. IP addresses and packet switching.

SS16

I can demonstrate wider range of ICT skills and tools.

 

I am able to independently plan my work creating a portfolio of digital evidence of their learning.

 

I can critically assess my work to make sure it if fit for purpose.

 

Computing Statement - I understand the different range of operators and expressions e.g. Boolean

SS17

I can identify the need for a product/system

 

I am able to consider the benefits and limitations of ICT tools and information sources and as a result, produce and they use these results to inform future judgements about the quality of my own work.

 

I am able to take part in informed discussions about the use of ICT and its impact on society, making valuable contributions.

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