Students will continue their block coding work, focusing on conditionals

- We continued with the Code.org unit
- The entire thing should be done by the end of the day Tuesday
- We’ll have a unit test on Wednesday
- Then we’ll start a more creative unit

Students will prove their knowledge of bits and binary

- We took a test
- Everyone got the ACM TechNews assignment done
- Then we started with the first few pages of “The Internet is for Everyone”

Students will continue solving systems of three equations

- We did Pg. 224 #1-4, 8-10

Students will continue their block coding work, focusing on loops

- We had a little quiz:
- Section 15-10 on Code.org
- Make some sort of deliberate design
- Use either the “make a square” or “make a triangle” function in your code
- Create at least one more function for your code
- I’ll grade these tomorrow

Students will use the Internet Simulator to send numbers and calculate bit size

- We finished this activity
- I gave some time to do the ACM TechNews assignment for this week
- Test tomorrow

Students will begin solving systems of three equations

- We did this worksheet
- Then we started some book work

Students will continue their block coding work, focusing on loops

- Everyone should be through Lesson 13 by the end of the day today
- We’ll have a little quiz tomorrow

Students will use the Internet Simulator to send numbers and calculate bit size

- We did the internet simulator through Code.org
- We started this activity
- We’ll finish it tomorrow and have a test on Friday

Students will begin solving systems of three equations

- We took notes
- We did this worksheet

Students will continue their block coding work, focusing on loops

- Everyone should’ve be through Lesson 7 by the end of yesterday. I’m grading them today.
- Everyone should be through Lesson 13 by the end of Wednesday
- Thursday is a quiz

Students will use the Internet Simulator to send numbers and calculate bit size

- We did the internet simulator through Code.org
- We filled this out
- Then we did the SVG Sandbox worksheet
- Toward the end of the hour, I gave another ACM TechNews assignment

Students will finish linear programming

- We did a review on Pg. 213
- Then we took a quiz

Students will continue their block coding work, focusing on loops

- Everyone should be through Lesson 7 by the end of today
- Everyone should be through Lesson 13 by the end of Wednesday

Students will use the Internet Simulator to send numbers and calculate bit size

- We did the internet simulator through Code.org
- We filled this out

Students will finish linear programming

]]>Students will begin to use block coding in order to understand the logic of commands, loops, and conditionals

- If you didn’t join yesterday:
- 2nd hour Google Classroom join code: ovkt9mx
- 2nd hour Code.org join code: QZVZHV
- 3rd hour Google Classroom join code: b1fk7b
- 3rd hour Code.org join code: MVXXNJ
- (if you need help on how to join the Code.org class, watch this video)

- We then continued on Code.org.
- DEADLINE: Everyone should be through Lesson 7 by the end of the day on Monday

Students will play a game of battleship while using the rules of binary

- We played the Binary Tetris game for a few minutes
- Then we did this activity with the Binary Odometer widget
- Then we started on the Sending Graphs game activity

Students will use their knowledge of systems to do linear programming

- We did a little more on Pg. 209: #2-15

Students will begin block coding on Code.org

- Everyone joined their respective online class
- 2nd hour Google Classroom join code: ovkt9mx
- 2nd hour Code.org join code: QZVZHV
- 3rd hour Google Classroom join code: b1fk7b
- 3rd hour Code.org join code: MVXXNJ
- (if you need help on how to join the Code.org class, watch this video)

- We then started the “Accelerated Intro to CS Course” on Code.org

- Students will learn some rules of binary
- We talked about why we’re doing what we’re doing
- We did the Flippy-Do activity
- We could also use the Binary Odometer for the same activity
- I gave a few minutes for the Binary Tetris game
- Then we started the next activity

Students will use their knowledge of systems to do linear programming

- We did a little on how to graph systems of inequalities by doing a few problems on page 202.
- Then we transferred that knowledge to graphing feasible regions on page 209 #2-4. We’ll get further into it tomorrow.

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Students will use their knowledge of functions in a physical space

- We did this activity
- Tomorrow we’re starting the computer coding, so everyone should start bringing their headphones

Students will prove their knowledge of number systems and general computing innovations

- We took a quiz
- Then we did another ACM Tech News assignment (but this one is more like a template of what’s to come) on Google Classroom
- Then we made the Flippy-Do template for tomorrow’s activity

Students will use their knowledge of systems to solve word problems involving systems

- We did Pg. 194 #15-37
- Due tomorrow

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Students will practice basic conditionals using playing cards

- We did this activity

Students will begin to bridge the gap between decimal number systems and binary number systems

- We did this worksheet
- Everyone got a copy of the Unit 1 Vocabulary
- We did this activity

Students will use their knowledge of solving systems of two equations in order to solve word problems with two equations

- We did this worksheet

Students will prove their understanding of loops and functions

- We did the rest of this activity
- Then we took a quiz

Students will apply their knowledge of binary communication to communicating over a wire using a pulse

- We did this activity on Google Classroom and Code.org
- We also did an example of preparation for one of the AP Performance Tasks using Google Classroom and ACM Tech News

Students will use their knowledge of solving systems of two equations to identify when a system has no answer or infinite answers

- We did Pun 165
- We did this worksheet
- We did Pg. 194 #2, 6, 10 for homework