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OCR A level (H446) SLR 22 – Thinking concurrently

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

This topic covers:


  • 2.1.5 a-b Thinking concurrently

Specific knowledge required for A Level:

  • Candidates need to understand what is meant by thinking concurrently. They need to be able to work out which parts of a program can be developed to take place (be processed) at the same time, and which parts are dependent on other parts.
  • Candidates need to understand the benefits and trade offs that are brought from concurrent processing, and be able to apply these to a given scenario.
  • For example, candidates need to understand how concurrent processing could be applied to a specific program, why it would be applied to that program, and what problems might arise from using it.

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