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Looking for a fun and practical way to teach your pupils about the internal hardware of a computer? Look no further than our "Build Your Own Computer" 3-lesson pack!


Designed to engage and inspire students, this resource requires no student computers, making it perfect for standard non-ICT classrooms. Each lesson includes a dyslexia-friendly PowerPoint presentation with step-by-step instructions, making it accessible for a specialist computing teacher, non-specialist teachers and early career teachers (ECT) .


With a workbook provided for students to fill in as they progress, you can easily monitor their understanding and track their progress. An answer book is also provided, giving you the option to self-mark or to issue to students for self-assessment.


Suitable for years 7 to 9, this hands-on series of 3 lessons can even be used with GCSE groups if desired. All you need to get started is a pair of scissors, a glue stick, a sheet of colourful A4 (or letter-sized) paper, and a print-out of the 7-page template and 13-page workbook (plus a pen, of course).


Take control of your workload and give your students a fun and engaging way to learn about computer hardware. Click "Add to Cart" now to purchase our "Build Your Own Computer" 3-lesson pack.

Build Your Own Paper Computer

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    Resources may not be shared, distributed or displayed digitally for public view, uploaded to school or borough websites, distributed via email, submitted to file sharing sites or shared with another school or institution, even those within the same academy chain.


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