Year 2 Topics and Key Questions
Computing: Year 2
KQ1: What are the uses and features of IT?
KQ1: How can we use a digital device to take a photograph?
KQ1: What is a sequence of instructions?
KQ1: What are tally charts and how can we use them?
KQ1: How does music make us feel?
KQ1: Does a sequence of commands have a beginning?
KQ2: How is IT used in school?
KQ2: What choices are available when taking a digital photograph?
KQ2: What happens when you change the order of instructions in a sequence?
KQ2: How can we represent objects?
KQ2: Are there patterns in music?
KQ2: Does a sequence of commands have an outcome?
KQ3: What does IT look like outside of school?
KQ3: What makes a good photograph?
KQ3: How can we predict the outcome of a program?
KQ3: How do we create a pictogram using IT?
KQ3: How are notes used in music?
KQ3: Can we produce code to a given design?
KQ4: How does IT help us?
KQ4: What can be changed to improve a photograph?
KQ4: What can a programming project include?
KQ4: How can a pictogram be used to compare objects?
KQ4: How can a computer be used to create a series of notes?
KQ4: How do we modify a given design in code?
KQ5: How can we use IT safely?
KQ5: What tools can we use to edit a photograph?
KQ5: What is an algorithm?
KQ5: How can a pictogram be used to compare people?
KQ5: Can music be used to represent an animal?
KQ5: Can we create our own code design?
KQ6: How can IT be used in different ways for different circumstances?
KQ6: How do we know when a photograph has been improved?
KQ6: How do we convert an algorithm into a program, test and debug it?
KQ6: How can we use a computer to share information in different ways?
KQ6: How can a musical composition be improved?
KQ6: How can we test, debug and improve a program?