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Can they control screen output? Let's start by giving them an exemplar to teach how we want them to submit code and then let the kids prove they have mastered the Turing's put command. This package builds on the Python 1 A Print Command and 1 B Print Syntax packages with more student handouts, two coding assessments for descriptive feedback only with code exemplars as well as an answer key, a culminating activity including a planning page and two CA rubrics to choose from.
This is the third of 4 resources. As a culminating activity this package will challenge the student to prove their understanding by creating something new by combining the concepts they have learned. This will determine whether or not a student has completely synthesized the material presented in the two previous packages.
The student handouts will require photocopying but that is all!
This package includes:
There are three other resource packages available in this series:
These courses are also available as separate units or smaller packages.
This bundle includes Turing units 1 through 12.
This bundle includes units 1 to 12 with 3 different versions of units 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, and 9.
This is ideal for classrooms where the seating is tight. There are three different versions of student handouts for these units. This includes the culminating activity! The versions would be given consecutively around the room so that students sitting together would each get something slightly different. This way students have different examples of the same exercise so they can work together to determine how something works. It also minimizes the amount of copying within the class.
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