This lesson on “Von Neumann Architecture” is suitable for GCSE Computer Science pupils. It includes an attractive dyslexia friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives, a video and lots of tasks and questions. It also includes 3 differentiated exam style questions along with a comprehensive 3-page teacher’s lesson plan including all the answers.
This lesson teaches pupils about:
- How cache memory is used by the CPU
- The three levels of cache memory
- The component parts of the CPU in the Von Neumann architecture model
- How the component parts of the CPU work in the fetch-decode-execute cycle
Duration: 1 lesson
Von Neumann Architecture
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