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Code.org Stage 18: The Internet

)   Stage 18 is an interesting unplugged activity.  Students learn about how the Internet works to deliver information.  See the Lesson Plan.   New Vocabulary (taken from Code.org Lesson Plan): IP (Internet Protocol)—An agreed upon set of requirements for delivering packets … Continue reading

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Code.org Stage 17: Applying Debugging Skills in Farmer Puzzles

Stage 17 is fairly straight-forward. You’re presented code and you have to study it to find out the mistakes (debug it) and then fix it. Along the way, students review these blocks While If If…else… Repeat Times Trivia:  Do you … Continue reading

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Code.org Stage 16: Teamwork & Debugging

[youtube]https://youtu.be/FFpvtooUrzg[/youtube] Stage 16 is an unplugged activity (doesn’t require a computer).  It is basically taking the activity from Stage 4 where students write programming instructions in order to draw something and turning it into a relay race.  The lesson plan is … Continue reading

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