Aleece Scott▸ Task 6: Algorithms & Programming

Barrier Games are perfect for teaching the importance of precise instruction with an algorithm.
In a barrier game, students work in pairs to complete an information gap activity. Usually one student has a complete map, drawing, table or graph, and the other has just the outline with some information filled in. The students have a piece of cardboard or a folder between them, so that the student with the incomplete map cannot see the completed example. The student with the complete map tells the other where to place thins on his/her map. The student with the incomplete map can ask questions to help place things as precisely as possible. #cserTask6

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