- Introduction to HTML
- learn basic HTML commands
Click on the link below to a HTML tutorial and follow the instructions to create your first webpage using HTML
Continue improving your skills in HTML by following the code acdemy course below:
Click on the code academy link below and create a user account.
Code Academy – HTML
Now continue on to the exercises
Lesson 1 – no cover required
Lesson 2 – No cover required
Lesson 3 – Year 11
Click on the tutorial below to find instructions on how to create a catch the ball game in Scratch. Use the tutorial to create your own game, if you complete the tutorial modify the game and personalise it.
Catch the ball tutorial
Lesson 4 – Year 13
Complete D2 and D3 for unit 28. This needs to be completed by the end of today, to allow us to start the spreadsheet unit next lesson.
Lesson 5 – Year 10
Can you continue with the logo research from the previous lesson, and complete the powerpoint presentation. You need to review 3/4 food festival logos ( ensuring you complete the sources table) and answer the review questions on the presentation in detail. The review presentation should be in their own folder if a student was absent last lesson he may go to the following folder:
Students –> ICT & Computing –> Year 10 /11 –> Unit DA203…
- Understand algorithms (written in flowcharts or pseudocode), explain what they do
- Produce algorithms in pseudocode or flowcharts to solve problem
Review initial learning through use of questions
- Know the differences between high level an low level programming languages
- Understand the need for translators
- Know the advantages of using an IDE
Programming Languages Presentation
Download the worskheet below and complete it using the linbk provided.
Programming languages task
- Use python skills gained to create a program to produce a solution
- Design and implement a python program
How do we design a program. Identify the variables, create an algorith and then produce the program
Create a program which requests the length of the Opposite and adjacent sides of a right angled triangle and the calculates the Hypotenuse using the pythagoras theorem.
Modify your program to allow calculation of the other two sides.
Review how to design a program – identfy variables and then produce code
To be able to create a maze game in scratch
Use the tutorial below to help you create a maze game using scratch:
Maze Game Instructions
- To extend the scratch skills you have developed
Today you will create a scratch version of the classic computer game called pong.
Use the worksheet below to help you create the game
Use this example program to help you check for lower and upper case letters.
Click here to look at the example program: