Ict In Subject Teaching

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Range and content of ICT in Key stage 2
As a general requirement, teachers should provide pupils with opportunities to apply and develop their ICT capability in all subjects (except physical education and the non-core foundation subjects at key stage 1). For each subject, these translate into specific, statutory requirements to use ICT in subject teaching.
Statutory requirements key stage 2 Breadth of study
5c: Pupils should be taught the knowledge, skills and understanding through using a range of materials and processes, including ICT (for example, painting, collage, print making, digital media, textiles, sculpture)
DT ; Developing, planning and communicating ideas
1a: generate ideas for products after thinking about who will use them and what they will be used for, using information from a variety of sources, including ICT-based sources
Working with tools, equipment, materials and components to make quality products
2e: use finishing techniques to strengthen and improve the appearance of their product, using a range of equipment including ICT (for example, 'drawing' software or computer-aided design (CAD) software and a printer)
Knowledge and understanding of materials and components
4c: how mechanisms can be used to make things move in different ways, using a range of equipment including an ICT control program
ENGLISH ; En2 Reading
Breadth of study
9b: The range should include print and ICT-based reference and information materials (for example, textbooks, reports, encyclopedias, handbooks, dictionaries, thesauruses, glossaries, CD-ROMs, internet).

GEOGRAPHY; Geographical enquiry and skills
2f: to use ICT to help in geographical investigations (for example, creating a data file to analyse fieldwork data)
HISTORY; Historical enquiry
4a: how to find out about the events, people and changes studied from an appropriate range of sources of information, including ICT-based sources (for example, documents, printed sources, CD-ROMs, databases, pictures and photographs, music, artefacts, historic buildings and visits to museums, galleries and sites

MATHS; Ma2 Number

1c: select and use appropriate mathematical equipment, including ICT
3k: use a calculator for calculations involving several digits, including decimals; use a calculator to solve number problems; know how to enter and interpret money calculations and fractions; know how to select the correct key sequence for calculations with more than one operation

Ma3 Shape, space and measures
3b: transform objects in practical situations; transform images using ICT; visualise and predict the position of a shape following a