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ACSE Region III - Technology Evolution Flowchart
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Students will create a flowchart showing the evolution of a specific technology including failed attempts at advancement. This task includes research and understanding the iterative process. Easily differentiated. 

Subject:
Algorithms and Programming
English
Impacts of Computing
Non-fiction
Research
Writing
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Casey Holbrook
Amanda Coode
Acse Grant
Date Added:
02/12/2022
Events in Scratch
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Events in computer science are the triggers for making action happen, like selecting the play button on any screen. Events in Scratch are represented by the yellow codes including: when flag clicked, when sprite clicked, when key pressed and broadcast. Broadcasting is the most advanced event in Scratch and helps with interactions between sprites like pacing their conversations or changing levels.

Subject:
Computer Science
Computing Systems
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Author:
Kim Wilkens
Date Added:
06/10/2020
Game Design in Scratch
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Games have been an integral part of human culture throughout history. They not only entertain, but also inform and change us. Today video games designers bring together art & code to immerse their players in a story. There are video games being created to solve real-world problems and video game players solving scientific mysteries.

Subject:
Computer Science
Cross-Curricular
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Activity/Lab
Unit of Study
Author:
Kim Wilkens
Date Added:
07/07/2020
Land of All
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This lesson sequence offers students and teachers a way to explore their individual identities and sense of belonging through analyzing children’s literature and coding with Scratch. Through read-aloud activities and self-differentiated Scratch projects, students learn about the value of inclusion and explore and express ideas about their personal and social identities. Students will describe environments supportive of diversity, and reflect on their own identity as they create expressive projects about their sense of belonging. This sequence is made up of four lessons, though your students may need additional class time to work on their projects.This lesson sequence is part of CodeVA's committment to the U.S. Department of Education "YOU Belong in STEM" initiative.

Subject:
Algorithms and Programming
Computer Science
English
Visual Art
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Lesson
Lesson Plan
Unit of Study
Author:
CodeVA Curriculum
Jasper Gunn
Jon Stapleton
Michelle Pealo
Date Added:
05/16/2023
Map It, Write It
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In this lesson, students will use the iterative design process to construct a story map for a fictional short story.   

Subject:
Computer Science
English
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Author:
Andrea Lee
Date Added:
10/10/2023
Modeling Friction Using Scratch
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This lesson is part of the Virginia K-12 Computer Science Pipeline which is partly funded through a GO Virginia grant in partnership with Chesapeake Public Schools, Loudoun County Public Schools, and the Loudoun Education Foundation. During this lesson, students will create a storyboard and pseudocode which will be used while creating a simulation using Scratch. 

Subject:
Algorithms and Programming
Computer Science
Force/Motion/Energy
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Activity/Lab
Author:
Adrienne Sawyer
Date Added:
03/09/2021
SVRCSP - Iterative Design Process
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Students will be introduced to computer science words in conjunction with similar standards already taught in English SOLs.  They will see how actions in a plot are similar to events in a code and how cause and effect is similar to events that trigger actions.  Prewriting will take place as they create a plan and codes for an Ozobot maze.

Subject:
Algorithms and Programming
Reading
STEM/STEAM
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Assessment
Interactive
Lesson
Lesson Plan
Reading
Author:
Kara Lynn
Date Added:
04/28/2022
Virtual Field Trip in Scratch
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This performance task is a computer science (CS) integration project where your students will take you on a virtual field trip. It can be to a museum, a historical site, a modern destination, a book, a planet or really anywhere. Along the way, they will incorporate CS concepts into their projects including sequences, conditionals, and events to add interactivity. This is a great project for students to share their research and learning from a wide variety of subject areas like social studies, language arts, world languages, history, etc. This unit includes 5th grade standards for the Virginia CS Standards of Learning, but it can easily be adapted for younger and older students. The latest resources for this project can be found at https://sites.google.com/virginia.edu/virtualfieldtrip/resources.

Subject:
Computer Science
Cross-Curricular
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Lesson Plan
Author:
Kim Wilkens
Date Added:
06/27/2020
What's in a Name?
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This lesson sequence offers students and teachers a way to explore gender and cultural identity through analyzing children’s literature and coding with Scratch, specifically exploring the importance of names to our identities. Through read-aloud activities and self-differentiated Scratch projects, students learn about the importance of names in reference to both gender and culture, and have a chance to explore and express ideas about their own names, brainstorm creating school environments supportive of diversity, and reflect on their own bravery and resilience. This sequence is broken into seven lessons, though your students may need additional class time to work on their projects.This lesson sequence is part of CodeVA's committment to the U.S. Department of Education "YOU Belong in STEM" initiative. 

Subject:
Computer Science
English
Material Type:
Lesson
Lesson Plan
Unit of Study
Author:
CodeVA Curriculum
Jasper Gunn
Michelle Pealo
MATTHEW REIERSON
Jon Stapleton
Date Added:
12/02/2022