CS Discoveries, Per. 6-Mrs. Ponciano Assignments

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Due:

4/13: Text (80S) in Google Classroom

4/13: Text (80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 3, Lesson 9.
2. Complete the levels to turn them green (7 points):
• Level 5: complete both activities, a & b (+1 point)
• Level 6: assessment (+3 points)
• Level 7: complete activities a - c (+2 point)

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Past Assignments

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3/30: Sprite Properties (80S) in Google Classroom

3/30: Sprite Properties (80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 3, Lesson 8.
2. Complete the levels to turn them green (7 points):
• Level 5: complete both activities, a & b (+1 point)
• Level 6: assessment (+3 points)
• Level 7: complete both activities, a & b (+1 point)

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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4/1: SecondStep, Unit 3 - Lesson 15 in Google Classroom

4/1: SecondStep, Unit 3 - Lesson 15

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3/23 & 25: Sprites (40/80S) in Google Classroom

3/23 & 25: Sprites (40/80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 3, Lesson 7.
2. Complete the levels to turn them green (12 points):
• Level 10: complete activities a-d (+3 point)
• Level 11: assessment (+3 points)
• Level 12: choose 1 activity

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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3/26: Sprite Properties (25S) in Google Classroom

3/26: Sprite Properties (25S)

Vocab
• Property -

New Code
• sprite.rotation
• sprite.scale
• sprite.x
• sprite.y

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3/23: SecondStep, Unit 3 - Lesson 14 in Google Classroom

3/23: SecondStep, Unit 3 - Lesson 14

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3/16: Random Numbers (80S) in Google Classroom

3/16: Random Numbers (80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 3, Lesson 6.
• New code: randomNumber()
2. Complete the levels to turn them green (8 points):
• Level 6: complete both (+1 point)
• Level 7: assessment (+3 points)
• Level 8: choose 2 activities (+1 point)

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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3/18: AI for Oceans (80S) in Google Classroom

3/18: AI for Oceans (80S)

1. Click on the link below.
2. If a level has a video, watch it before you attempt that level.
3. Make sure you SIGN IN BEFORE you complete level 1 and move onto the next level:
-if you are not signed in, click on the "Sign In" button in the upper right corner and sign in with Google
-I won't be able to see the levels you completed unless you signed in before you complete them
4. 3 points: When you've completed level 8, TAKE A SCREENSHOT and submit it.

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano 🙂

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3/19: Sprites (25S) in Google Classroom

3/19: Sprites (25S)

Vocab
• Dot notation -

• Property -

• Sprite -

New Code
• drawSprites(group)
• var sprite = createSprite(x, y, width, height)

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3/9: Shapes & Parameters (80S) in Google Classroom

3/9: Shapes & Parameters (80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 3, Lesson 4.
2. Complete the levels to turn them green (9 points):
• Level 7: complete all 3 (+2 points)
• Level 8: assessment (+3 points)
• Level 9: choose 1 activity

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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3/12: Variables (25S) in Google Classroom

3/12: Variables (25S)

Vocab:
• Variable -

New Code:
• Declare and assign a value to a variable
• Declare a variable

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3/11: Variables (80S) in Google Classroom

3/11: Variables (80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 3, Lesson 5.
2. Complete the levels to turn them green (9 points):
• Level 7: complete all 4 (+3 points)
• Level 8: assessment (+3 points)
• Level 9: choose 1 activity

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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2/26 & 3/2: Plotting Shapes (25/40S) in Google Classroom

2/26 & 3/2: Plotting Shapes (25/40S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 3, Lesson 2.
2. Complete the levels to turn them green (2 points).
Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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3/2: Drawing in Game Lab (20S) in Google Classroom

3/2: Drawing in Game Lab (20S)

Vocab:
• Bug -
• Debugging -
• Program -

New Code:
fill(color)
ellipse(x, y, w, h)
rect(x, y, w, h)

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3/2 & 4: Drawing in Game Lab (20/80S) in Google Classroom

3/2 & 4: Drawing in Game Lab (20/80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 3, Lesson 3.
2. Complete the levels to turn them green (11 points):
• Level 9 complete all 3 (+2 points)
• Level 10: assessment (+3 points)
• Level 11: choose 1 activity

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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3/5: Shapes and Parameters (25S) in Google Classroom

3/5: Shapes and Parameters (25S)

Vocab:
• Parameter -

New Code:
• background(color)
• ellipse(x, y, w, h)
• (x, y, w, h)

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2/25: Programming for Entertainment, part 1 (60S) in Google Classroom

2/25: Programming for Entertainment, part 1 (60S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 3, Lesson 1.
2. Complete your activity guide.

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2/25: Programming for Entertainment, part 2 (60S) in Google Classroom

2/25: Programming for Entertainment, part 2 (60S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 3, Lesson 1.
2. Complete the levels to turn them green (6 points):

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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2/23: Unit 2 Post-Project Test (40S) in Google Classroom

2/23: Unit 2 Post-Project Test (40S)

Go to "Post-Project Test" on Code.org (after lesson 21). You may use any of your resources to complete the test:
-journal
-lesson activities in Code.org
-Kami lesson activities Google Classroom

Press "turn in" when you've completed your test.

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2/23: CS Discoveries Post Course Survey (40S) in Google Classroom

2/23: CS Discoveries Post Course Survey (40S)

You'll find the survey in Code.org, after you've completed your test.

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2/9, 11 & 16: Website for a Purpose (80S/80S/80S) in Google Classroom

2/9, 11 & 16: Website for a Purpose (80S/80S/80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 20.
2. Complete all levels:
- Levels 4 & 6: Just click "finish", since you don't have a team.
- Assessment Level 7: Use the checklist to make sure you completed everything.

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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2/18: Peer Review & Final Touches (80S) in Google Classroom

2/18: Peer Review & Final Touches (80S)

1. In breakout rooms:
a. Share your website.
b. Write feedback notes of missing things in journal.
c. Complete the Peer Review handout for 2 of your classmates.
2. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 21.
3. Complete all 3 levels.

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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1/26 to 2/2: Planning a Multi-page Website, Part 1 (80/25S) in Google Classroom

1/26 to 2/2: Planning a Multi-page Website, Part 1 (80/25S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 18.
2. Complete your activity guide.

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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2/2 to 5: Linking Pages (40/80/25S) in Google Classroom

2/2 to 5: Linking Pages (40/80/25S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 19.
2. Complete all 8 levels (8 points):
Level 7: Assessment level (3 points)
Level 8: Choose 1 activity (1 point extra credit for both)

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

2/2: Linking Pages (20S) in Google Classroom

2/2: Linking Pages (20S)

New Code:

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1/26 to 2/2: Planning a Multi-page Website, Part 2 (80/20S) in Google Classroom

1/26 to 2/2: Planning a Multi-page Website, Part 2 (80/20S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 18.
2. Complete both levels, turn them green (2 points):
Level 2: Upload all of your images, use simple names for your image files (5 points).

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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1/19 & 21: CSS Classes (80S/80S) in Google Classroom

1/19 & 21: CSS Classes (80S/80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 17.
2. Complete all 7 levels (11 points):
Level 5: Complete both activities
Level 6: Assessment level (3 points)
Level 7: Choose 1 activity

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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1/22: Website for a Purpose, Rubric (25S) in Google Classroom

1/22: Website for a Purpose, Rubric (25S)

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Thursday & Friday, 1/14-15: Sources and Research (80S/25S) in Google Classroom

Thursday & Friday, 1/14-15: Sources and Research (80S/25S)

Complete each of the attached activity guides.

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Tuesday, 1/12: Websites for a Purpose (80S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 1/12: Websites for a Purpose (80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 14.
2. Think about these questions before moving on to level 2:
a. Why do people make websites?
b. Why do people visit websites?
c. What problems might you want to solve with your own website?
3. Complete the activity guide (using Kami) for two of the sample sites on level 2.

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

Thursday, 12/17: Building a Galaxy with Code (80S) in Google Classroom

Thursday, 12/17: Building a Galaxy with Code (80S)

1. Click on the "Code your own Flappy Game" link below.
2. If a level has a video, watch it before you attempt that level.
3. Make sure you SIGN IN BEFORE you complete level 1 and move onto the next level:
-if you are not signed in, click on the "Sign In" button in the upper right corner and sign in with Google
-I won't be able to see the levels you completed unless you signed in before you complete them
4. 3 points: When you've completed level 15, TAKE A SCREENSHOT and submit it.

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano 🙂

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Friday, 12/18: Winter Break Survey (25S) in Google Classroom

Friday, 12/18: Winter Break Survey (25S)

Click on the link, complete the survey and submit.
Hope you have a wonderful vacation!

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Thursday & Tuesday, 12/10 & 15: Project - Personal Webpage (80S/80S) in Google Classroom

Thursday & Tuesday, 12/10 & 15: Project - Personal Webpage (80S/80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 13.
2. Complete all 9 levels (9 points)
3. Level 8: Assessment level (8 points for completing all items on your journal checklist)
4. Share the link to your website with me in a private comment.

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

Friday, 12/11: Rubric, My Personal Webpage (25S) in Google Classroom

Friday, 12/11: Rubric, My Personal Webpage (25S)

Checklist of the items that you need to include in your personal webpage.

Content:
___ personal content that is appropriate for anyone to see

Structure:
___ at least 1 header
___ at least 2 paragraphs
___ at least 3 images
___ an attribution for each of your images
___ lists (optional)

Style:
___ background color
___ at least 3 rule sets in your linked style sheet
Examples: body { }, h { }, img { }
___ at least one styling element in each rule set

Due:

Tuesday, 12/8: Your Web Page - Prepare (80S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 12/8: Your Web Page - Prepare (80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 12.
2. Complete the activity guide (using Kami) for your own personal website.
3. Remember you already created a mini-webpage in Unit 2, Lesson 4 (Level 5)

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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Friday, 12/4: Styling Elements with CSS (25S) in Google Classroom

Friday, 12/4: Styling Elements with CSS (25S)

New Code
width: value
margin: value
height: value
border-width: value
border-style: value
border-color: value
border-radius: value
background-color: value
float: value

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Thursday, 12/3: Styling Elements with CSS (80S) in Google Classroom

Thursday, 12/3: Styling Elements with CSS (80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 11.
2. Complete all 10 levels (15 points):
Level 8: Complete all 6 activities
Level 9: Assessment level (3 points)

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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Tuesday, 12/1: Websites for Expression (80S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 12/1: Websites for Expression (80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 10.
2. Review all of the sample student websites on level 2. (2 points)
3. Complete the activity guide (using Kami) for your own personal website. (5 points)
Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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Tuesday & Thursday, 11/17 & 19: Using Images (80S/80S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday & Thursday, 11/17 & 19: Using Images (80S/80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 9.
2. Complete all 9 levels (9 points):
Level 7: Complete all 7 activities (7 points)
Level 8: Assessment level (3 points)

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

Friday, 11/20: Using Images (25S) in Google Classroom

Friday, 11/20: Using Images (25S)

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Tuesday, 11/24: Make a Flappy Game HOC (80S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 11/24: Make a Flappy Game HOC (80S)

1. Click on the "Code your own Flappy Game" link below.
2. If a level has a video, watch it before you attempt that level.
3. Make sure you SIGN IN BEFORE you complete level 1 and move onto the next level:
-if you are not signed in, click on the "Sign In" button in the upper right corner and sign in with Google
-I won't be able to see the levels you completed unless you signed in before you complete them
4. When you've completed all 10 levels (all levels are green), click "turn in".

Extra credit (2 points): Share your game with someone or online (use #hourofcode). Comment below. What did they think? Did they like it?

Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano 🙂

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Friday, 11/13: Licensing Rules/Levels (25S) in Google Classroom

Friday, 11/13: Licensing Rules/Levels (25S)

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Tuesday, 11/10: Intellectual Property (20S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 11/10: Intellectual Property (20S)

Vocab:
copyright -

Fair/Unfair:
______ You take an awesome picture and someone puts it on their social media account and with your name beside it.
______ You write a story and someone else publishes it and says that they wrote it.
______ You write a song and someone sings it to her friends.
______ You write a song and someone sings it at a concert and makes a lot of money.
______ You take a picture and someone else Photoshops it and puts the new version on his web site.

Due:

Tuesday & Thursday, 11/10 & 12: Intellectual Property (60S/80S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday & Thursday, 11/10 & 12: Intellectual Property (60S/80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 8.
2. Complete the activity guide (using Kami) as we review the slides.
**Video: https://youtu.be/srVPLrmlBJY
**Creative Commons: https://creativecommons.org/
Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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Friday, 11/6: My Personal Style (25S) in Google Classroom

Friday, 11/6: My Personal Style (25S)

Step 1: Define - State your Goal

1. What parts of your personality do you want to share with the world?

Step 2: Prepare - Design your Page

2. How will your web page communicate your personality?

3. What content is important to include?

4. How should the content be styled?

5. Sketch your page below.

6. What CSS Properties will you need?

Step 3: Try - Create your Page

Step 4: Reflect

7. What is your favorite thing about your website?

Due:

Tuesday & Thursday, 11/3 & 5: Mini-Project: Your Personal Style (80S, 80S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday & Thursday, 11/3 & 5: Mini-Project: Your Personal Style (80S, 80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 7.
2. Complete and finish all levels: 6 points*
*You must complete 2 activities on levels 2 and 3, each.
3. Level 6 assessment: 6 points**
**2 points each for: content, structure and style.
Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

Friday, 10/30: Styling Text with CSS (25S) in Google Classroom

Friday, 10/30: Styling Text with CSS (25S)

Vocab:
CSS -

CSS Selector -

New Code:
text-decoration: value
text-align: value
font-size: value
font-family: value
color: value

Due:

Tuesday & Thursday, 10/27: Styling Text with CSS (40S, 40S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday & Thursday, 10/27: Styling Text with CSS (40S, 40S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 6.
2. Complete and finish all levels: 12 points
3. Level 11 assessment: 4 points
Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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Thursday, 10/22: Social Sleuth (80S) in Google Classroom

Thursday, 10/22: Social Sleuth (80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 5.
2. Complete the activity guide (using Kami) for 2 different people.
Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

Friday, 10/23: Digital Footprint (25S) in Google Classroom

Friday, 10/23: Digital Footprint (25S)

Vocab:
Digital Footprint -

1. List information about you that you wouldn't want shared:
-
-
-

2. List information about you that you don't mind sharing:
-
-
-

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Tuesday, 10/20: HTML Web Page (20S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 10/20: HTML Web Page (20S)

1. Define: What do you want to share?

2. Prepare: Outline your webpage content.

HTML Tags:

3. Try: Create your page on Code.org.

4. Reflect: What is your favorite part of your website?

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Tuesday, 10/20: HTML Web Page (60S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 10/20: HTML Web Page (60S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 4.
2. Complete and finish all levels: 5 points
3. Level 5 assessment: 3 points
Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

Thursday & Friday, 10/15-16: Headings (60S, 25S) in Google Classroom

Thursday & Friday, 10/15-16: Headings (60S, 25S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 3.
2. Complete and finish all levels: 10 points
3. Level 9 assessment: 3 points
Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

Thursday, 10/15: Headings (20S) in Google Classroom

Thursday, 10/15: Headings (20S)

Vocabulary:
Heading -

New Code:


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Tuesday, 10/13: Intro to HTML (80S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 10/13: Intro to HTML (80S)

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 2.
2. Complete and finish all levels: 8 points
3. Level 7 assessment: 3 points
Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

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Tuesday, 10/13: Intro to HTML (20S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 10/13: Intro to HTML (20S)

Vocabulary: HTML - HTML Element - HTML Tag - Website Content - Website Structure - New Code:

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Thursday, 10/8: Exploring Web Pages in Google Classroom

Thursday, 10/8: Exploring Web Pages

1. Logon to Code.org and go to Unit 2, Lesson 1.
2. Choose 3 sample web pages to complete the activity guide.
3. Save and submit your activity guide.

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Friday, 10/9/20: Unit 1 Test in Google Classroom

Friday, 10/9/20: Unit 1 Test

Complete the 5 questions, save and submit.
You may use your journal.

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Thursday - Tuesday, 10/1, 2 & 6: Unit 1 Project Guide, Apps & Problem Solving (80/25/80 min) in Google Classroom

Thursday - Tuesday, 10/1, 2 & 6: Unit 1 Project Guide, Apps & Problem Solving (80/25/80 min)

Complete the activity guide for the app of your choice. You will need to insert a screenshot of your app that includes inputs and outputs that you could identify.
Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

Tuesday, 9/29: Storage (80 min) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 9/29: Storage (80 min)

Go to Unit 1, Lesson 7 in Code.org:
1. Complete the activity guide (open in Kami) as you work through your levels.
2. When you have completed all levels and the activity guide:
- save your work on Kami (disk icon in the upper right)
- click on "turn in" next to the save button

Any questions? Please ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

Friday, 9/25: How's it going? (25 min) in Google Classroom

Friday, 9/25: How's it going? (25 min)

Complete the Google Form at the link below.

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Tuesday, 9/22: Processing (20S) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 9/22: Processing (20S)

Copy the prompts into your journal notebook or complete the document below.
Then, submit a picture of your journal page or your document.

Any Questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

Tuesday & Thursday, 9/22 & 24: Processing (60 + 60 min) in Google Classroom

Tuesday & Thursday, 9/22 & 24: Processing (60 + 60 min)

Unit 1, Lesson 6
1. Complete the activity guide (open in Kami) as you work through your levels on Code.org
2. When you have completed all levels and the activity guide:
- save your work on Kami (disk icon in the upper right)
- click on "turn in" next to the save button

Any questions? Please ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano

Due:

Tuesday & Friday, 9/15 & 18: Dance Party 2019 (60 + 25 min) in Google Classroom

Tuesday & Friday, 9/15 & 18: Dance Party 2019 (60 + 25 min)

1. Click on the "Code.org - Dance Party (2019)" link below.
2. If a level has a video, watch it before you attempt that level.
3. Make sure you SIGN IN BEFORE you complete level 1 and move onto the next level:
-if you are not signed in, click on the "Sign In" button in the upper right corner and sign in with Google
-I won't be able to see the levels you completed unless you signed in before you complete them
4. When you've completed all 10 levels (all levels are green), click "turn in".
Any questions? Ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano 🙂

Due:

Tuesday, 9/15: Dance Party (20 min) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 9/15: Dance Party (20 min)

Complete your journal entry in your journal notebook or on the Google Doc provided.

Journal: HOC, Dance Party (2019)

1. List new vocabulary (and their meaning, if provided):


Complete the sentences.

2. I really enjoyed...


3. I found it challenging...


4. I didn't like...


5. I'm curious...

Due:

Thursday & Thursday, 9/10 & 17: Input and Output (80 + 80 min) in Google Classroom

Thursday & Thursday, 9/10 & 17: Input and Output (80 + 80 min)

1. Complete levels 1-4 in Unit 1, Lesson 5 of Code.org. Make sure to click on "Finish" on each level.
2. Complete the attached activity guide: Input and Output.
3. "Turn In" completed activity guide.
Any questions? Please ask below.
Mrs. Ponciano 🙂

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Tuesday, 9/8: What do computers do? (20 min) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 9/8: What do computers do? (20 min)

If you choose to complete your journal in your notebook, attach a picture of your completed journal page and turn in.
Any questions? Just ask below.

Due:

Tuesday, 9/8: What is a Computer? (60 min) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 9/8: What is a Computer? (60 min)

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Thursday & Friday, 9/3-4: Using the Problem Solving Process (80 + 25 min) in Google Classroom

Thursday & Friday, 9/3-4: Using the Problem Solving Process (80 + 25 min)

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Tuesday, 9/1: The Problem Solving Process (60 min) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 9/1: The Problem Solving Process (60 min)

After watching the video, complete the activity guide attached below.

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Tuesday, 9/1: The Problem Solving Process (20 min) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 9/1: The Problem Solving Process (20 min)

In your journal, or on the Google doc below:
1. Sketch the diagram of the problem solving process.

2. Identify the 4 steps in the problem solving process.
Define:

Prepare:

Try:

Reflect:

Due:

Thursday & Friday, 8/27-28: Minecraft Hour of Code (20 min) in Google Classroom

Thursday & Friday, 8/27-28: Minecraft Hour of Code (20 min)

Complete your journal entry in your journal notebook or on the Google Doc provided.

Journal: HOC, Minecraft Voyage Aquatic

1. List new vocabulary (and their meaning, if provided):


Complete the sentences.

2. I really enjoyed...


3. I found it challenging...


4. I didn't like...


5. I'm curious...

Due:

Thursday & Friday, 8/27-28: Intro to Coding (85 min) in Google Classroom

Thursday & Friday, 8/27-28: Intro to Coding (85 min)

Minecraft Hour of Code

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Tuesday, 8/25: Welcome Back Survey (20 min) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 8/25: Welcome Back Survey (20 min)

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Tuesday, 8/25: Welcome Back! (60 min) in Google Classroom

Tuesday, 8/25: Welcome Back! (60 min)

Before you click on "Turn In", make sure you've added or enrolled in the following resources:
1. Search for "Nod" in the chrome web store and click on "Add to Chrome".
2. Join "Mrs. Ponciano's Office Hours" Google Classroom: grfkoyd
3. Ask your parent/guardian to enroll for Remind text message updates: text the message "@mrsponcsd" to 81010
4. Login to Code.org using the link in the "Welcome Back!" slides and click on the red "Continue with Google" button.
5. Complete the "CS Discoveries Pre-Survey" by clicking on the link on the following slide.