A student booklet compiled from available resources to teach flow chart basics. Designed to be a short standalone unit that will last about 6-8 sessions. A tutorial is available to complement the exercises in the booklet and allow for offline use to discourage the internet addicts in the class.
Differentiation incorporated through the levels of difficulty in completing the flowcharts and the accompanying homework booklet.
The front of the booklet allows the teacher to keep track of MAIN tasks and homework completed.
Teacher can use their computer to control the computers and the pace of the class using the tutorial, to elicit learning and questioning through the introductory and example section and as the unit progresses the less able are monitored and the more able can work autonomously through the exercise booklet.
Flow chart Symbols
Introduction 1 - Flow charts for Practical Tasks
Introduction 2 - Writing Flow charts
Introduction 3 - Reading Flow charts
Flow chart Example 1- Fill the bath
Flow chart Example 2 - Fill the bath
Advantages and disadvantages of flow charts
Simple Flow charts - Making Coffee
Simple Flow chart – Watching TV
Simple Flow chart –Turn on the light
Simple Flow chart – Brushing your teeth…
State Transition Diagram
Organizational Chart -1
Organizational Chart -2
Flow chart Test
(Does not use Flowol)