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Practice with Conditionals Part 1

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Computer Science
Scratch
Spanish
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Conditionals

Practice with Conditionals Part 1

45min

Students will be able to explain what a conditional is in programming and create a program that uses conditionals.

Prerequisites

_Computer Science:_ Students should have experience with the if/then conditional.

Lesson Plan

Lesson Standards

Standard Description
AZ CS K-5: 3.AP.C.1 Create programs that include sequences, events, loops, and/or conditionals.
AZ CS K-5: 4.AP.C.1 Create programs that include sequences, events, loops, and/or conditionals.
AZ CS K-5: 5.AP.C.1 Create programs that include sequences, events, loops, and conditionals.
CA CS K-5: 3-5.AP.12 Create programs that include events, loops, and conditionals.
CSTA 1B: 1B-AP-10 Create programs that include sequences, events, loops, and conditionals.
FL CS 3-5: SC.35.CS-CS.2.6 Write an algorithm to solve a grade-level appropriate problem (e.g., move a character through a maze, instruct a character to draw a specific shape, have a character start, repeat or end activity as required or upon a specific event), individually or collaboratively.
FL CS 3-5: SC.35.CS-CP.2.3 Create a program using arithmetic operators, conditionals, and repetition in programs.
GA CS 3-5: CSS.CT.3-5.5.4 Create programs that include sequences, events, loops, conditionals, and variables.
IL 3-5: 3-5.AP.10 Create programs that include sequences, events, loops, and conditionals.
IN 3-5 CS 2023: 3-5.PA.2 Design programs that incorporate sequences, events, loops, and conditionals. (E)
MS CS 3-5: AP.1B.3 Create programs that include sequences, events, loops, and conditionals.
NE K-5 Technology: NE.K5.59 Write programs using visual (block-based) programming languages (scratch).
NJ CS 3-5: 8.1.5.AP.3 Create programs that include sequences, events, loops, and conditionals.
NV CS K-5: 4.AP.C.1 Develop programs that include sequences, events, loops, and conditionals.
NY CS K-6: 2-3.CT.8 Identify steps within a task that should only be carried out under certain precise conditions.
NY CS K-6: 4-6.CT.8 Develop algorithms or programs that use repetition and conditionals for creative expression or to solve a problem.
TN CS K-5: 3.CCP.4 Using a block of code or script from a previous program, identify the control structures in the algorithm such as loops and/or conditionals in the code.
TN CS K-5: 4.CCP.4 Construct an algorithm to solve a problem that includes control structures such as loops, event handlers, and conditionals collaboratively with or without a computing device.
TN CS K-5: 5.CCP.4 Create an algorithm which includes control structures to solve a problem using visual block-based and/or text based programming language both collaboratively and individually.
TX K-5 CS: 3.2.B use a design process to create programs that include sequences, loops, and conditionals to express ideas or address a problem.
TX K-5 CS: 5.2.B use a design process to create block-based programs that include sequences, loops, conditionals, and events to solve an everyday problem
UT CS K-5: 3.AP.1 Create programs that include events, sequences, loops, and simple conditionals to express ideas or address a problem.
UT CS K-5: 4.AP.2 Create programs that include events, loops, and conditionals.
UT CS K-5: 5.CT.1 Develop algorithms in computer programs to solve problems, including unique and repeated sub-tasks within a larger program.
WY CS 3-5: 5.AP.C.01 Using grade appropriate content and complexity, create programs that include sequences, events, loops, and conditionals, both individually and collaboratively.