Activity | Points | Item Type |
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Intro to Computer Science and Tracy's World | ||

1.1 Computer Science Careers | Lesson | |

1.1.1 Computer Science All Around Us | 1 | Video |

1.1.2 Computer Science All Around Us | 2 | Quiz |

1.1.3 CS Careers | 1 | Connection |

1.1.4 CS Career Response | 5 | Free Response |

1.1.5 Coding in the Wild | 1 | Connection |

1.1.6 Coding in the Wild Response | 5 | Free Response |

1.1.7 Inclusive Coding | 1 | Connection |

1.1.8 Inclusive Coding Response | 5 | Free Response |

1.2 Intro to Python with Tracy the Turtle | Lesson | |

1.2.1 Intro to Tracy | 1 | Video |

1.2.2 Intro to Tracy | 3 | Check for Understanding |

1.2.3 Slinky | 1 | Example |

1.2.4 Stretched Slinky | 5 | Exercise |

1.3 Tracy's Grid World | Lesson | |

1.3.1 Tracy's Grid World | 1 | Video |

1.3.2 Tracy's Grid World | 5 | Check for Understanding |

1.3.3 Dashed Line | 1 | Example |

1.3.4 Shorter Dashed Line | 5 | Exercise |

1.3.5 Caterpillar | 5 | Exercise |

1.3.6 Grid World Badge | 1 | Badge |

Moving Tracy Efficiently | ||

2.1 Turning Tracy | Lesson | |

2.1.1 Turning Tracy | 1 | Video |

2.1.2 Turning Tracy | 3 | Check for Understanding |

2.1.3 Square | 1 | Example |

2.1.4 X and Y Axes | 1 | Example |

2.1.5 Rectangle | 5 | Exercise |

2.1.6 4 Columns | 5 | Exercise |

2.2 For Loops | Lesson | |

2.2.1 For Loops | 1 | Video |

2.2.2 For Loops | 5 | Check for Understanding |

2.2.3 Square Using Loops | 1 | Example |

2.2.4 Dotted Line | 1 | Example |

2.2.5 Row of Circles | 5 | Exercise |

2.2.6 4 Columns 2.0 | 5 | Exercise |

2.2.7 Looping Badge | 1 | Badge |

2.3 Turning Tracy Using Angles | Lesson | |

2.3.1 Turning Tracy Using Angles | 1 | Video |

2.3.2 Turning Tracy Using Angles | 4 | Check for Understanding |

2.3.3 Asterisk | 1 | Example |

2.3.4 Four Circles | 1 | Example |

2.3.5 Hexagon | 5 | Exercise |

2.3.6 'X' Marks the Spot | 5 | Exercise |

2.3.7 Circle Pyramid | 5 | Exercise |

Designing and Communicating Solutions | ||

3.1 Comments | Lesson | |

3.1.1 Comments | 1 | Video |

3.1.2 Comments | 3 | Check for Understanding |

3.1.3 Four Circles with Comments | 1 | Example |

3.1.4 Circle Pyramid with Comments | 5 | Exercise |

3.2 Naming Guidelines | Lesson | |

3.2.1 Naming Guidelines | 1 | Video |

3.2.2 Naming Guidelines | 2 | Check for Understanding |

3.3 Functions | Lesson | |

3.3.1 Functions | 1 | Video |

3.3.2 Functions | 3 | Check for Understanding |

3.3.3 X and Y Axes with Hash Marks | 1 | Example |

3.3.4 Beaded Bracelet | 5 | Exercise |

3.3.5 Shape Stack | 5 | Exercise |

3.3.6 Functions Badge | 1 | Badge |

3.4 Artistic Effects | Lesson | |

3.4.1 Artistic Effects | 1 | Video |

3.4.2 Artistic Effects | 5 | Check for Understanding |

3.4.3 Rainbow Octagon | 1 | Example |

3.4.4 Circle Square Triangle | 1 | Example |

3.4.5 Four Colored Triangles | 5 | Exercise |

3.4.6 Colorful Bracelet | 5 | Exercise |

3.4.7 Kid's Shapes Toy | 10 | Challenge |

3.5 Top Down Design | Lesson | |

3.5.1 Top Down Design | 1 | Video |

3.5.2 Top Down Design | 2 | Check for Understanding |

3.5.3 Bubble Wrap | 1 | Example |

3.5.4 Bubble Wrap 2.0 | 5 | Exercise |

3.5.5 Sidewalk | 5 | Exercise |

Computer History and Controlling Tracy with Variables | ||

4.1 History of Computers | Lesson | |

4.1.1 History of Computers | 1 | Video |

4.1.2 Video Quiz | 3 | Check for Understanding |

4.1.3 Mission: Who invented the computer? | 1 | Notes |

4.1.4 Evidence Collection | 5 | Free Response |

4.1.5 Exhibit A: Charles Babbage | 5 | Connection |

4.1.6 Exhibit B: Ada Lovelace | 1 | Connection |

4.1.7 Exhibit C: Alan Turing | 5 | Connection |

4.1.8 Exhibit D: Mauchly and Eckert | 1 | Connection |

4.1.9 Exhibit E: ENIAC Programmers | 5 | Connection |

4.1.10 Exhibit F: Grace Hopper | 5 | Connection |

4.1.11 Exhibit G: Mark Dean | 5 | Connection |

4.1.12 Bonus Exhibit: Computer Inventors | 5 | Connection |

4.1.13 Culminating Activity | 5 | Free Response |

4.2 Variables | Lesson | |

4.2.1 Variables | 1 | Video |

4.2.2 Variables | 3 | Check for Understanding |

4.2.3 Increasing Length | 1 | Example |

4.2.4 Dartboard | 5 | Exercise |

4.2.5 Line of Increasing Blocks | 5 | Exercise |

4.3 User Input | Lesson | |

4.3.1 User Input | 1 | Video |

4.3.2 User Input | 3 | Check for Understanding |

4.3.3 Color Coded Increasing Length | 1 | Example |

4.3.4 Colored Dartboard | 5 | Exercise |

4.3.5 Four Corners | 5 | Exercise |

4.3.6 User Input Badge | 1 | Badge |

4.4 Parameters | Lesson | |

4.4.1 Parameters | 1 | Video |

4.4.2 Parameters | 3 | Check for Understanding |

4.4.3 Concentric Circles | 1 | Example |

4.4.4 Colorful Caterpillar | 5 | Exercise |

4.4.5 Circle in a Square | 5 | Exercise |

4.4.6 Snowman | 5 | Exercise |

4.5 Adding Text | Lesson | |

4.5.1 Adding Text | 5 | Video |

4.5.2 Adding Text | 2 | Quiz |

4.5.3 Concentric Circles with Labels | 5 | Example |

4.5.4 Name your Colorful Caterpillar! | 5 | Exercise |

4.5.5 Baseball Diagram | 5 | Exercise |

4.6 Using i in For Loops | Lesson | |

4.6.1 Using i in For Loops | 1 | Video |

4.6.2 Using i in For Loops | 3 | Check for Understanding |

4.6.3 Geometry | 1 | Example |

4.6.4 Geometry 2.0 | 5 | Exercise |

4.7 Extended Loop Control | Lesson | |

4.7.1 Extended Loop Control | 1 | Video |

4.7.2 Extended Loop Control | 2 | Check for Understanding |

4.7.3 Square Swirl | 1 | Example |

4.7.4 Dartboard using i | 5 | Exercise |

4.7.5 Phone Signal | 5 | Exercise |

4.7.6 Master of i Badge | 1 | Badge |

Making Decisions | ||

5.1 If Statements | Lesson | |

5.1.1 If Statements | 1 | Video |

5.1.2 If Statements | 5 | Check for Understanding |

5.1.3 X and Y Axis with Bolded Marks | 1 | Example |

5.1.4 Happy Face | 5 | Exercise |

5.1.5 Black and White Squares | 5 | Exercise |

5.2 If/ Else Statements | Lesson | |

5.2.1 If/Else Statements | 1 | Video |

5.2.2 If/Else Statements | 4 | Check for Understanding |

5.2.3 Positive, Negative, Zero | 1 | Example |

5.2.4 Rating | 5 | Exercise |

5.2.5 Happy/ Sad Face | 5 | Exercise |

5.3 While Loops | Lesson | |

5.3.1 While Loops | 1 | Video |

5.3.2 While Loops | 4 | Check for Understanding |

5.3.3 Increasing Circles | 1 | Example |

5.3.4 Increasing Squares | 5 | Exercise |

5.3.5 Guess a Number | 5 | Exercise |

5.3.6 Conditionals Badge | 1 | Badge |

Tracy Challenges | ||

6.1 Putting Together Control Structures | Lesson | |

6.1.1 Putting Together Control Structures | 1 | Video |

6.1.2 Putting Together Control Structures | 3 | Check for Understanding |

6.1.3 Block Pyramid | 1 | Example |

6.1.4 Guess a Number 2.0 | 5 | Exercise |

6.1.5 Circle Pyramid 2.0 | 5 | Exercise |

6.1.6 Checkerboard | 10 | Challenge |

6.1.7 Tracy the Turtle Badge | 1 | Badge |

6.2 Intro to Programming with Turtle Graphics Quiz | Lesson | |

6.2.1 Putting It All Together Quiz | 25 | Quiz |

6.2.2 Intro to Programming with Turtle Graphics Badge | 1 | Badge |

Supplemental Challenges | ||

7.1 Advanced Challenges with Tracy | Lesson | |

7.1.1 Half Pyramid | 10 | Challenge |

7.1.2 Pizza | 10 | Challenge |

7.1.3 Grid | 10 | Challenge |

7.1.4 Block Pyramid 2.0 | 10 | Challenge |

Categorizing Triangles | ||

8.1 Calculating Area | Lesson | |

8.1.1 Calculating Area | 1 | Video |

8.1.2 Calculating Area | 4 | Check for Understanding |

8.1.3 Drawing a Custom Triangle | 1 | Example |

8.1.4 Calculate the Area | 5 | Exercise |

8.2 Categorizing Triangles with a Static Base Value | Lesson | |

8.2.1 Categorizing Triangles with a Static Base Value | 1 | Video |

8.2.2 Categorizing Triangles with a Static Base Value | 3 | Check for Understanding |

8.2.3 Categorizing Obtuse Triangles | 1 | Example |

8.2.4 Putting Triangles into Categories | 5 | Exercise |

8.3 Categorizing Triangles with a Varied Base Value | Lesson | |

8.3.1 Categorizing Triangles with a Varied Base Value | 1 | Video |

8.3.2 Categorizing Triangles with a Varied Base Value | 3 | Check for Understanding |

8.3.3 Categorizing Obtuse Triangles using Variables | 1 | Example |

8.3.4 Using Variables to Calculate Area | 5 | Exercise |

8.3.5 Putting Triangles into Categories using Variables | 5 | Exercise |

Abstraction | ||

9.1 Abstraction | Lesson | |

9.1.1 Abstraction | 1 | Video |

9.1.2 Abstraction | 2 | Check for Understanding |

9.1.3 Abstracting Away draw_square() | 1 | Example |

9.1.4 Abstracting Your Day | 5 | Free Response |

9.1.5 Reflection: Abstraction | 5 | Free Response |

9.1.6 Abstraction in Tracy | 5 | Free Response |

History of Computers Original Material | ||

10.1 History of Computers | Lesson | |

10.1.1 Timeline of Computer History | 1 | Connection |

10.1.2 Respond: Summarize an Era | 5 | Free Response |

10.1.3 Reflection: Computers' Role in Your Life | 5 | Free Response |

10.1.4 Who Really Invented the Modern Computer? | 1 | Connection |

10.1.5 Class Activity: Famous Computer Innovators | 5 | Free Response |

10.1.6 Computer Commercial from 1956 | 1 | Connection |

New Material (2020-2021) | ||

11.1 History of Computers | Lesson | |

11.1.1 History of Computers | 1 | Video |

11.1.2 Video Quiz | 3 | Check for Understanding |

11.1.3 Mission: Who invented the computer? | 1 | Notes |

11.1.4 Evidence Collection | 5 | Free Response |

11.1.5 Exhibit A: Charles Babbage | 5 | Connection |

11.1.6 Exhibit B: Ada Lovelace | 1 | Connection |

11.1.7 Exhibit C: Alan Turing | 5 | Connection |

11.1.8 Exhibit D: Mauchly and Eckert | 1 | Connection |

11.1.9 Exhibit E: ENIAC Programmers | 5 | Connection |

11.1.10 Exhibit F: Grace Hopper | 5 | Connection |

11.1.11 Exhibit G: Mark Dean | 5 | Connection |

11.1.12 Bonus Exhibit: Computer Inventors | 5 | Connection |

11.1.13 Culminating Activity | 5 | Free Response |

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