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# Standard #: SC.35.CS-CP.2.5

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Detect and correct program errors, including those involving arithmetic operators, conditionals, and repetition, using interactive debugging.

### General Information

Subject Area: Science
Body of Knowledge: Computer Science - Computer Practices and Programming
Status: State Board Approved

#### Related Courses

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#### Lesson Plans

 Name Description Physical Science Unit: Water Beach Vacation Lesson 8 Coding a Simulation: Changes to Water Students will use logical thinking, decision making and flowcharts to code a simulation about the state of matter the water will be in, dependent upon water temperature. Students will use a free online block-coding platform called Scratch. This is a lesson in the Grade 3 Physical Science Unit on Water. This is a themed unit of SaM-1's adventures while on a Beach Vacation.  To see all the lessons in the unit please visit https://www.cpalms.org/page818.aspx. Physical Science Unit: Water Beach Vacation Lesson 7 Planning a Simulation: Changes to Water Students will use logical thinking, decision making and flowcharts to plan a coded simulation about the state of water, dependent upon water temperature. Students will then be able to use that flowchart and code their own simulation using a free online block-coding platform called Scratch. This is a lesson in the Grade 3 Physical Science Unit on Water. This is a themed unit ofSaM-1's adventures while on a Beach Vacation.  To see all the lessons in the unit please visit https://www.cpalms.org/page818.aspx. . Just Right Goldilocks’ Café: Temperature & Turbidity This is lesson 3 of 3 in the Goldilocks’ Café Just Right unit. This lesson focuses on systematic investigation on getting a cup of coffee to be the “just right” temperature and turbidity level. Students will use both the temperature probe and turbidity sensor and code using ScratchX during their investigation. Just Right Goldilocks’ Café: Turbidity This is lesson 2 of 3 in the Just Right Goldilocks’ Café unit. This lesson focuses on systematic investigation on getting a cup of coffee to be the “just right” level of turbidity. Students will use turbidity sensors and code using ScratchX during their investigation. Just Right Goldilocks’ Café: Temperature This is lesson 1 of 3 in the Just Right Goldilocks’ Café unit. This lesson focuses on systematic investigation on getting a cup of coffee to be the “just right” temperature. Students will use temperature probes and code using ScratchX during their investigation. Coding Geometry Challenges #1-7, 14 & 15 This set of geometry challenges focuses on creating a variety of polygons as students problem solve and think as they learn to code using block coding software.  Student will need to use their knowledge of the attributes of polygons and mathematical principals of geometry to accomplish the given challenges. The challenges start out fairly simple and move to more complex situations in which students can explore at their own pace or work as a team. Computer Science standards are seamlessly intertwined with the math standards while providing “Step it up!” and “Jump it up!” opportunities to increase rigor. Coding Geometry Challenge 8, 9 & 17 This set of geometry challenges focuses on using area/perimeter as students problem solve and think as they learn to code using block coding software.  Student will need to use their knowledge of the attributes of polygons and mathematical principals of geometry to accomplish the given challenges. The challenges start out fairly simple and move to more complex situations in which students can explore at their own pace or work as a team. Computer Science standards are seamlessly intertwined with the math standards while providing “Step it up!” and “Jump it up!” opportunities to increase rigor. Coding Geometry Challenge #10 & 11 This set of geometry challenges focuses on scaled drawings and area as students problem solve and think as they learn to code using block coding software.  Student will need to use their knowledge of the attributes of polygons and mathematical principals of geometry to accomplish the given challenges. The challenges start out fairly simple and move to more complex situations in which students can explore at their own pace or work as a team. Computer Science standards are seamlessly intertwined with the math standards while providing “Step it up!” and “Jump it up!” opportunities to increase rigor. Coding Geometry Challenge # 16, 18 & 19 This set of geometry challenges focuses on creating a variety of polygons using the coordinate plane as students problem solve and think as they learn to code using block coding software.  Student will need to use their knowledge of the attributes of polygons and mathematical principals of geometry to accomplish the given challenges. The challenges start out fairly simple and move to more complex situations in which students can explore at their own pace or work as a team. Computer Science standards are seamlessly intertwined with the math standards while providing “Step it up!” and “Jump it up!” opportunities to increase rigor. Coding Geometry Challenge # 12 & 13 This set of geometry challenges focuses on creating circles and calculating area/circumference as students problem solve and think as they learn to code using block coding software.  Student will need to use their knowledge of the attributes of polygons and mathematical principals of geometry to accomplish the given challenges. The challenges start out fairly simple and move to more complex situations in which students can explore at their own pace or work as a team. Computer Science standards are seamlessly intertwined with the math standards while providing “Step it up!” and “Jump it up!” opportunities to increase rigor Rounding Decimal Numbers - Lesson #3 This is the final lesson in the Rounding Decimal Numbers Unit and will bring together the mathematical concepts in lesson 1 and 2. This lesson then bridges the computer science coding and mathematical thought process together as students dissect code that rounds decimal numbers as well as building their own code to make rounding an automated process. States of Matter and Their Properties - Building the Model Lesson #3 This lesson is an introduction to some of the basic principles of computer programming. Scratch is a block language that allows for programming without writing test code by using pre-made blocks that can be connected to create more complex functionality. This is the final lesson in the Phases of Matter Unit and will allow the students to showcase their understanding of states and properties of matter in a new medium. States of Matter and Their Properties - Mass and Volume Lesson #2 When matter changes state, its properties change, too. In most cases, volume will increase when matter is melted from a solid to a liquid. Water is an exception, as its volume decreases when melted from ice to water. If matter is not added or removed, its mass will remain the same when it changes state. In this lesson, students will use if/then logical thinking to bridge the science and computer science concepts. This is lesson 2 of 3 in the States of Matter Unit. American Symbols: Civics and Coding Part 2 This is lesson 2 of 3 that will integrate ELA, Civics and Computer Science to create a visual presentation using block coding with Scratch to demonstrate knowledge of the symbols within the Great Seal of the United States. In this lesson, students will use their research on the symbolism of the Great Seal to plan out a Scratch program that includes choosing a sprite and writing narration. American Symbols: Civics and Coding Part 3 This is lesson 3 of 3 that will integrate ELA, Civics and Computer Science to create a visual presentation using Block coding with Scratch to demonstrate knowledge of the symbols within the Great Seal of the United States. In this lesson, students will use their template to code a Scratch program that explains the symbolism of the Great Seal of the United States. After developing their block coding, students will use the grading rubric to review for any errors, potential debugging, and suggest changes.
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