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Allanah King

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Computational Thinking PO1

Tap the add button and choose your name Use the drawing button and draw the path you would take to get the person to their house collecting the fruit and veggies on the way. Use the label tool to move the arrows in the right order on the grid at the bottom. Have someone else check the path that you took. Use the mic tool to talk about how you got to the end. Tap the check button to add it to your journal.

2nd Grade, 4th Grade, 3rd Grade, STEAM, Computer Science
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In authentic contexts and taking account of end-users, students use their decomposition skills to break down simple non-computerised tasks into precise, unambiguous, step-by-step instructions (algorithmic thinking). They give these instructions, identify any errors in them as they are followed, and correct them (simple debugging).