# Florida Water Hazard Warning Simulation

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### General Information

Subject(s): Mathematics, Science
Intended Audience: Educators
Suggested Technology: Computers for Students, Internet Connection, Overhead Projector, Microsoft Office
Instructional Time: 45 Minute(s)
Keywords: computer science, code, scratch, if/else, if statements, loops, inequality, inequality symbols, Florida Disasters, Water Cycle, science, disasters, water, water cycle, hazardous weather, warning, programming
Instructional Component Type(s):

## Aligned Standards

This vetted resource aligns to concepts or skills in these benchmarks.

## 3 Lesson Plans

Different Bodies of Water

This is the introductory lesson in a 4-lesson unit of study about different bodies of water, their characteristics, and how to translate natural language into computer language.

Logical Bodies of Water and Algorithms

This lesson will allow students to understand Florida landforms as systems and identify their characteristics. This lesson will also give understanding of how computers take input, give output, take commands, and execute an action from a user. Lastly this lesson will use different graphical representations, like tables and flowcharts to understand how computers think, while students create origami to review their science concepts. This is lesson 2 in a 4-lesson unit on Florida Landforms and Water.

The Water Cycle: If/Then and Loops

This lesson introduces the water cycle to enhance the understanding of how bodies of water and landforms interact to form a complex system. This lesson provides students the opportunity to see how systems can be found in many different forms from science to computers. This lesson will also introduce pseudocode as another form of a procedure. This is lesson 3 of 4 in the Florida Landform and Water Unit.

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## Lesson Plans

The Water Cycle: If/Then and Loops:

This lesson introduces the water cycle to enhance the understanding of how bodies of water and landforms interact to form a complex system. This lesson provides students the opportunity to see how systems can be found in many different forms from science to computers. This lesson will also introduce pseudocode as another form of a procedure. This is lesson 3 of 4 in the Florida Landform and Water Unit.

Type: Lesson Plan

Logical Bodies of Water and Algorithms:

This lesson will allow students to understand Florida landforms as systems and identify their characteristics. This lesson will also give understanding of how computers take input, give output, take commands, and execute an action from a user. Lastly this lesson will use different graphical representations, like tables and flowcharts to understand how computers think, while students create origami to review their science concepts. This is lesson 2 in a 4-lesson unit on Florida Landforms and Water.

Type: Lesson Plan

Different Bodies of Water:

This is the introductory lesson in a 4-lesson unit of study about different bodies of water, their characteristics, and how to translate natural language into computer language.

Type: Lesson Plan