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Wednesday, 1 March 2017

7wb3 Cover Lesson P1 Thursday 2nd March 2017

LO - to be able to adapt presentation skills for a specific audience

Task 1)

Read through this powerpoint link:

WORLD'S WORST POWERPOINT

WHY IS IT SO BAD?  Discuss with your teacher and your classmates.


Task 2)

Create your own presentation using GOOGLE SLIDEs.

1)  Go to google drive and login in using your school email address
2) Click on NEW, then google slides
3) Creat a google slide presentation on anything you like that interests you
4) Make sure you address all of the points in World's Worst Powerpoint, so that yours looks much better!
5) Ask a friend for feedback and make the relevant changes.

ENJOY and see you on Monday, when we'll be back to Scratch!

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

7wb3 Diamond Hunt Lesson 1. Planning


Lesson Objectives
- understand and summarise the programming task requirements
- revise knowledge of flowcharts
- plan programming task



Introduction.
Read through the two documents on google classroom what do you think we're going to learn this unit?  


https://prezi.com/8shwp8wb7lfe/diamond-hunt/#share_embed


Main 1 - User Needs

1) Open up the Diamond Hunt Evidence document on google classroom.
2) Read the programming task sheet, with a partner
3) Can you list the player's needs?  ie:  When the game starts, the mind should say "I'm going to be rich"? 

4) List this and the other player's needs in section 1 of your Evidence Document. 

Main 2
  • For your programming task you will need to show evidence of planning, using flowcharts. Here's a reminder of flowchart symbols and what they represent.
  • Can you remember completing the cup of tea or toast flow chart earlier in year 7?  
  • How could we use flowcharts to 'plan' a game? 





 
Main 3 - Practise Task:
On paper, plan your flowchart.  

Feedback from a partner, does it make sense, can you follow it, have the correct symbols been used? 

Main 4 - Apply.... if you get this far?  Using draw.io and use it to create a flowchart to show what must happen in your 'Diamond Hunt' game.  Make a start and next week's lesson will be

Plenary

Have we met our objectives? What do we need to be clear on before we can finish our flow charts? 


Tuesday, 3 January 2017

8wbCP2 Unit 4 Lesson 1 - Input and Output devices / Sensors

LO - Understand the differences betweeninput and output devices and recognisewhere sensors are usedin everyday objects.

Outcomes: 
  • GOOD: Identify whether each device is an input or output and briefly explain its function.
  • BETTER: Accurately describe the functionality of each device.
  • BEST: Identify and explain how sensors are used in everyday items.
 Lesson 1 Teachers' Slides Input, Output, Sensor

INTRODUCTION TO LEARNING:

As you are looging on and loading up this blog post, google classroom, discuss or look up the following and see if you can find the definition of:

Input Device
Output Device

Development 1 - Based on the teachers slides work your way through slides 5 and 6.

Develolpment 2 - based on teacher input,  complete slides 8 and 9 on sensors.

Moving on

Test your knowledge against the outcomes.  What do you still need to know? 

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

7wb3 Thursday P1 15th December. Cover

To ensure evidence is up to date for assessment

Task 1) 


  1. Log onto www.classroom.google.com 
  2. Find 7wb3 Unit 1.1 Algorithms evidence document.  Make sure it is all up to date, including the evaluation at the end, which we started last lesson
  3. Complete your self assessment and ask a classmate to complete the peer assessment where you should evaluate your attitude to your work this term.
  4. Press TURN IN, top left, which means it's ready for me to mark. 
  5. Ensure all homeworks are up to date (DTs will be set after Christmas for those who are still missing)

Task 2) 

Only when you've done the above, have a go at any of these:

Christmas games!

https://santatracker.google.com/village.html


Christmas Myths Quiz


Make a festive emoji

Christmas Factory Balls 


Code your own Christmas Cards 

http://www.canyoucompute.co.uk/christmas-coding.html


8xd4 Python Evaluations

To develop writing skills in order to present evidence for assessment

Starter:
Use the writing frame sheet to make notes on your answers.   How would you answer the questions?

Main


  1. Open up your Python Evidence document on google classroom.
  2. Open up your evaluation (second to last page) 
  3. Use the notes you have written to write answers to the questions.

If you get stuck and have tried your hardest, then ask Miss for the help sheet.

Christmas games!

https://santatracker.google.com/village.html

Christmas Myths Quiz

Make a festive emoji

Christmas Factory Balls 

Code your own Christmas Cards 

http://www.canyoucompute.co.uk/christmas-coding.html

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

8wb2 Christmas Coding

To develop writing skills in order to present evidence for assessment

Starter:

Double check your Python Evidence document to check that your evaluation, peer and self assessment are up to date and complete ready for assessment.


    Christmas games!

    https://santatracker.google.com/village.html

    Christmas Myths Quiz

    Make a festive emoji

    Christmas Factory Balls 

    Code your own Christmas Cards 

    http://www.canyoucompute.co.uk/christmas-coding.html

    8wa CP3 Evaluations

    To develop writing skills in order to present evidence for assessment

    Starter:
    Use the writing frame sheet to make notes on your answers.   How would you answer the questions?

    Main


    1. Open up your Python Evidence document on google classroom.
    2. Open up your evaluation (second to last page) 
    3. Use the notes you have written to write answers to the questions.

    If you get stuck and have tried your hardest, then ask Miss for the help sheet.

    Christmas games!

    https://santatracker.google.com/village.html

    Christmas Myths Quiz

    Make a festive emoji

    Christmas Factory Balls 

    Code your own Christmas Cards 

    http://www.canyoucompute.co.uk/christmas-coding.html