S4 Computing Science Working From Home

Monday 1st February 2021

This week, we are going to take a closer look at the different types of risks to a computer system. The first task requires you to identify the websites that are a scam. Look out for things such as no personalisation (e.g. not using a person’s name), the full hyperlink used (as the link may not take you to the correct website) and spelling / grammar mistakes. For the other tasks, make sure you use the hyperlinks provided before answering in the spaces provided.

The assignment can be found here: Computer Security Risks

The deadline for this assignment is Friday 3pm.

Monday 25th January 2021

This week, you will be challenged with National 5 style questions. Make sure you use the two hyperlinks found at the top of the document as all answers can be found here.

Here is the assignment:

N5 Security Precautions Questions

The deadline to complete these questions is Friday by 3pm.

Monday 18th January 2021

This week, you will be working on the Computer Security topic, revising key terms about the risks to and precautions taken against a computer system.

Your first task is to read through the text found here:

S4 Computer Security Text

Then, you will need to answer the questions which you can find here:

S4 Computer Security Questions

The deadline to complete these questions is Friday by 3pm.

Monday 11th January 2021

Complete the revision exercise found here: S4 Scratch Questions 1

The questions are all based on small scripts of Scratch code. You can use the online editor to create these programs to help you answer the questions that follow.

The online editor can be found here: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/?tutorial=getStarted

Once you have answered all questions, you can email them to gw14otooleconor@glow.sch.uk.

The deadline is Friday 15th January at 3pm.

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