Cambridge ICT Certificate – Website Design And Publishing
Website Design for a Purpose
In this module, learners are introduced to website design. In order to successfully achieve a pass or merit, which is required to obtain the certificate from Cambridge, learners will create a simple series of connected web pages, incorporating links to other pages and to other websites, creating some basic navigation through their pages. They are able to select and arrange images and text on the pages, so that they are appropriate to a particular audience, and give the content some simple organization. They understand the basics of HTML coding. The aim is that the learners begin to understand some of the differences between web pages and other documents, what are differences between web 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 and to be able to present content in a suitable way.
At the end of each module, students will be assessed by way of a test to show that they can demonstrate each of the learning objectives with no additional help from their teacher or their peers.
• Cambridge provides question papers and resource files for Cambridge ICT Starters.
At the end of each assessment test, the teacher marks the question papers and completes a record of assessment (Learning Objectives Record Sheet) for each learner. Samples of learners’ work are sent to Cambridge for external moderation. The sample will include the question papers completed by the learners, the required evidence of learners’ work and the Learning Objectives Record Sheet.
Learners will receive a Pass or Merit grade in each assessment test. A learner’s overall grade will be a combination of the results of all modules.
To achieve a Pass in a module, learners must meet all the Pass criteria specified on the Learning Objectives Record Sheet. To achieve a Merit in a module, learners must achieve all the Pass and Merit criteria within that module.
Cambridge will award a Merit grade for each level of Cambridge ICT Starters where the learner has achieved Merit grades in the majority of modules taken at each stage or level.
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Cambridge ICT modules are predominantly aimed at learners aged between 10 to 15 years. The qualifications are suitable for those in secondary education.
- Plan an online campaign to highlight a problem.
- Create a series of connected web pages.
- Understand hyperlinks and include links.
- Understand remote images and insert images.
- Demonstrate user awareness.
- Recognise HTML code.
- Lectures 6
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 1 Hour Per Class
- Skill level 10-15 Years of Age
- Language English
- Students 16
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes