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OCR A level (H046-H446) SLR 20 – Thinking procedurally

This download provides you with a zip file which contains all the resources you will need to deliver this topic.

It includes:

  • Student Learning Record (A3 version in word)
  • Student Learning Record (PDF version)
  • Student Learning Record (PowerPoint version)
  • Set of student activities and workshops with answers
  • Answers to the exam questions from the back of the SLR
  • Teacher Marking Checklist
  • Year 13 Recap Lesson

This topic covers:


  • 2.1.3 a-d Thinking procedurally


  • 2.1.3 a-d Thinking procedurally

Specific knowledge required for AS and A Level:

  • Candidates need to be able to deconstruct a program and identify the component parts that will make it up, for example listing the parts or completing a structure diagram.
  • Candidates may be given some component parts and be asked to complete these from a written description or pseudocode for a program.
  • Candidates need to be able to identify the steps that will need to take place to complete the algorithm or program, and be able to write these in a suitable format, or put a given list into the correct order to produce a working program.
  • Candidates may need to write pseudocode or draw a flow chart to show this sequencing of steps.
  • For a given scenario, candidates need to be able to identify where sub-procedures may be used, and then write appropriate pseudocode for these sub-procedures, making useof parameters where appropriate.
  • Candidates may be given a structure diagram that they will need to interpret, or complete to identify these sub-procedures.

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