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## Animating Objects Programmatically-Animating an Analog Clock face: Part 2

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Lesson Introduction In the last lesson, students learned the basics of Object Oriented Programming and learned how to instanti...
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## Animating Objects Programmatically-Animating an Analog Clock face: Part1

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Lesson Introduction In this lesson, students will begin learning the basics of Object Oriented Programming and learn how and...
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## Animating Objects Programmatically-Animating an Analog Clock face: Part3

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Lesson Introduction In this lesson, students will learn to develop an algorithm to calculate the proper rotation for the hand...
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## Technology and Marketing

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In this lesson students should learn about basic computer systems, and how marketing professionals become more productive with t...
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## Testing for Prime Numbers with Predicate Blocks in BYOB/Scratch: A Scaffolding Tool for Teaching Boolean Expressions in AP Computer Science

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This lesson is primarily directed at the Advanced Placement Computer Science class which is taught using Java. BYOB/Scratch ser...
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## Advanced Alice Project- Lunar Lander

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In this project, students will create an advanced simulation, using all the Alice features. This project can be used as a Capsto...
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## Binary 2- 11 Cheers for Binary! How Computers Count.

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In this lesson, students will learn how to count in binary, using only ones and zeros. They will count from 0 to 255 to simulate...
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## Binary 1- Calm Down, It's Only Ones and Zeroes- How Computers Think.

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When computers think, it must be very precise with definite numbers. However, much of the information we get from nature does no...
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## Introduction to Decomposition and Abstraction Concepts

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In this lesson students will get an introduction to abstraction and decomposition, which are fundamental concepts in computer sc...
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## Binary 4- ASCII Art- How Computers Write.

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To write using letters, numbers and punctuation, computers assign the values of a byte to the different characters using a schem...
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## B5- Life Without Thumbs- Counting like Computers (by eights)

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Our decimal number system we use is based on the fact that we humans are born with ten fingers (including thumbs!). But computer...
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## Binary 3- Bits and Bytes and Nybbles, Oh My!

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Computers think only in binary, using only ones and zeroes. However, just a one or zero, called a "bit", will not give enough in...
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## B7- When Does 3 and 6 = 7- How Computers Calculate

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When computers calculate, they have to use a simpler type of mathematics since they only can work with ones and zeros. The math ...
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## Attraction and Repulsion as a Gaming Principle in Scratch

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The goal of this lesson is to create a framework for creating games in BYOB/Scratch by understanding how to implement certain si...
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## Introduction to Karel The Robot

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Students will receive guided instruction on how to; Use the primitive commands implemented by Scratch scripts and the five ...
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## Creating a Maze Game In Scratch

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This lesson will guide students in the creation of a maze game with a sprite whose movement is keyboard controlled as well as ot...
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## Getting Started With BYOB/Scratch: How to Build a Block

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CREATE VISUAL DESIGNS USING CUSTOM SCRATCH BLOCKS BYOB is an extension of Scratch wh...
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## Creating a Number Guessing Game in BYOB/Scratch: A Scaffolding Tool For Teaching Binary Searching in AP Computer Science

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The goal of this lesson is to use a number guessing game as a scaffolding tool for teaching the concept of binary searching. Th...
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