Task 6: Algorithms & ProgrammingCategory
The children create verbal instructions on following a block building. The other student follows the instructions and compares their build..
This is a flowchart outlining a method of getting ready for school. I would emphasise to students that tasks such as getting ready for sch..
This flow chart would be used in my classroom to keep students accountable of their belongings and actions when they have misplaced someth..
Task 6: Option 2
With younger students there are so many activities that we can use to help us explore the concept of ordering a s..
Task 6 – Option 1
A Poster on algorithms for professional development of teachers
The following flow chart is designed to provide a computational thinking approach to a basic everyday task – washing hands. Given the curr..
My activity is aimed at year 1 or 2. In this activity, the students choose one of their routines (ie – getting ready for bed or school) an..
Option 1: Create a resource (poster, video, presentation slide, document) that explains either decomposition, abstraction or computational..
A sequencing activity for middle-primary could look at the steps involved in growing a vegetable in the garden. Each student could be give..
This is a flow chart used to decide on whether an umbrella or alternative will be needed for the day in order to be prepared for the w..
This is a flow chart used to decide on whether an umbrella or alternative will be needed for the day in order to be prepared for the weath..
This is a very simple algorithm for the situation of what to wear depending on the weather in the form of a flow chart. This could be used..
Option 3: Create an algorithm as a flow chart for an everyday activity or situation. Explain how you would incorporate it into your classr..
Focusing on the sequencing of instructions this activity will have students create a dance function in pairs using a set of cards that dic..
Washing hands is very important for everyone and everyday especially during this pandemic period. I would like to create an algorithm as a..
This activity is for younger students.
It is based on the sequencing idea, of getting students to ‘program’ a ‘robot’ (another student)..
Below is an algorithm I created to demonstrate the step-by-step process of baking cupcakes, based on this recipe: https://www.taste.c..
An activity that explores a sequence of instructions directed at Year 2 code “Work independently, or collaboratively when required, to org..
This would be a lesson that could be used for later primary and utilises lego. To begin with, I would have a lego creation and instruction..