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Pages: 288

Language: English

Publisher: Hodder Education; 2 edition (29 April 2011)

By: Gerry Lynch(Author) Siobhan Mattewson(Author) Margaret Debbadi(Author)

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CCEA Information and Communication Technology GCSE Student's Book has been published to support CCEA's new specification. Written by highly experienced teachers, the text covers the units of the course.



The core knowledge and understanding required by students for the examined units is provided through an accessible and comprehensive narrative. Tasks and exam-style questions are provided throughout the chapters, providing students with opportunities to prepare for the exams.



Students are also provided with support in tackling the controlled assessment tasks. Access to free digital resources that support them in their work is provided with each copy of the book.


CCEA Information and Communication Technology GCSE Student's Book supports CCEA's new specification. Written by highly experienced teachers, the text covers the units of the course.


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  • By ICT Teacher on 5 May 2013

    Coming from two experienced examiners, including the Chief Examiner for GCSE ICT and the head of A-level ICT coursework, I expected a thorough and excellent reference.Instead, we get a mess, with many basic errors that I cannot use with my classes.It is an improvement over the first version, as this new edition contains fewer errors (the first edition was dreadful). However this revision still contains many mistakes that the authors must be embarrassed by. Either, something went wrong in the editing, or the people setting the exams have problems with their own subject knowledge.Errors include: DVD and CD as optical devices, but Blu-Ray is not (pg 107); Misunderstanding of transcription errors (pg 160); Joysticks described as being similar to mice (pg 161); misunderstanding of MP3 (pg 189). No understanding of how mobile phone tariffs or radio signals work (pg 206); a belief that the WWW and the Internet are entirely separate (pg 209), later contradicted. These are only some of the obvious errors that jump out at you - when you read the book, you discover many other terms that are described in such simplified terms that students will learn little useful, or be confused.I became aware of the scale of these problems when tutoring a friend's child, who uses this book in his school. The boy had a great knowledge of the book - and as a result, a patchy knowledge of ICT.On top of the errors, there is the plagiarism. Compare page 180, including the American spelling of "digitize", to: [...] - I wonder what other sections are lifted off websites.

  • By Danielle on 13 May 2012

    What a terrible book filled with flaws. The questions are not sufficient for you to achieve A grades.Don't waste your money here. Go for the CGP ICT revision guide. Much better value!

  • By Mohamed Bin Syed 9P on 11 May 2012

    This book was a horrible revision buy, a definate must not when factoring into account the price of the product,it contains silly questions such as, "What is in the the history folder." These are not fit for a student studying for their GSCEs. Do not buy buy this unless you are desperate.

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