Lesson 1: Skills
Golf with Python Turtles, a great introduction to the start of term:
Lesson 2: Skills and NEA
In this lesson you will complete the golf coding challenge and then your teacher will share the NEA task with you. Look over them and decide which one is most suitable for you.
Lesson 3: Advanced skills
In this lesson you will learn some more advanced skills. Remember you are not learning how to code but, how to think computationally, problem solve and find solutions.
Lesson 4: Pay 21! (Blackjack)
Some more skills to help you develop your computational thinking. How about create a simple game of black jack (also known as 21) Think about the basic game and what needs to happen. Let's use Python to create a simple model of the game.
Lesson 5: Coding challenges
In this lesson you will continue to build up your computational skills. Remember, you are developing your ability to break problems down into smaller problems and find solutions. Thinking is the key and also a little patience! Load the coding challenge booklet below and try to solve a challenge.
Lesson 6 & 7: 2.5 - Translators and Facilities of Languages
Python Code skills
Lesson 9: Analysis Skills
In this lesson you will look at how to develop skills of analysis in preparation for the NEA task:
Click here http://www.canyoucompute.co.uk/analysis.html
Lesson 10 : NEA COURSEWORK WRITEUP
Lesson 11: Success Criteria
This lesson covers SC and how they are created.
Lesson 12: Validation
In this lesson you will learn about validation and its role in reducing errors in programs. Work through the online Python worksheet which will demonstrate various techniques to valid inputs and data. Click here: http://www.canyoucompute.co.uk/validation.html