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Everyone loves drawing. Students are given one of three still life scenes that they must recreate using for loops and draw commands. The whole purpose of this CA is to learn how to break commands into little steps by sequencing them. It also emphasizes code optimization by reinforcing the "KISS" concept. This package builds on the Python 2 A Turtle Draw Commands and 2 C For Loop Structure packages and finds out whether or not they can transfer the knowledge they have learned. It includes 3 different versions of the culminating activity and a planning page as well as two CA rubrics to choose from.
There are several advantages of using 3 different versions especially in classrooms where the seating is tight. 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.
This is the fourth of 5 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 four other resource packages available in this series:
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