Zachary Wooten - Erwin High

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Sep
1
1:30 PM13:30

9/1 - Lesson Plan

Essential Question:  What happens when something goes wrong with a program?  What types of errors can occur?

  • Warm-Up #05
  • Karel - Chapter 2 - Part 2 Lecture
  • Continue HW #03
  • If finished, begin DrawName extra credit opportunity (will replace lower homework/classwork grade later in the quarter).
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Aug
31
1:30 PM13:30

8/31 - Lesson Plan

Essential Question:  What does it look like to write a simple Karel program?

  • HW #02 due @ 3:00 pm (for paper copies) or @11:59 pm (for online submissions via Canvas)
  • Warm-Up #04
  • Everyone finish setting up Eclipse & JDK
  • Import KarelJRobot.jar Library
  • Create KarelSample program
  • Submit KarelSample program via Canvas
  • Begin HW #03 - Due Tuesday, 9/5 at 11:59 pm (online submissions only)
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Aug
30
1:30 PM13:30

8/30 - Lesson Plan

Essential Question:  How do we give instructions to robots and what does a simple program look like?

  • Warm-Up #03
  • Karel - Chapter 2 - Part 1 Lecture
  • Juniors set up Eclipse & JDK
  • Group Practice - Following UrRobot instructions
  • Work on HW #02
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Aug
29
1:30 PM13:30

8/29 - Lesson Plan

Essential Question:  What is Karel and what is its purpose?

  • HW #01 Due @ Beginning of class
  • Warm-Up #02
  • Continue "Cup Algorithms for Robots" Activity
  • Karel - Chapter 1 Lecture
  • Seniors set up Eclipse & JDK
  • Read Karel - Chapter 2 - Sections 2.1 - 2.6
  • Begin HW #02 - Due Thursday, 8/31 at 11:59 pm (for online submission) or at 3:00 pm (for hard copy submission)
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Aug
28
1:30 PM13:30

8/28 - Lesson Plan

Essential Question:  What is an algorithm and how do algorithms apply to everyday life?

  • Warm-Up #01
  • Welcome / Review Syllabus
  • Begin "Cup Algorithms for Robots" Activity
  • Read Karel - Chapter 1
  • Begin HW #01 - Due Tuesday, 8/29 at beginning of class
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