“As Easy as One, Two, Three”, School Journal, level 2, June 2018
24 June 2018
After crash landing on an unfriendly planet, Tane and Mia must find an energy crystal to recharge their ship. Tane has found a crystal, but he’s stuck in security goo outside the Meruvian fortress. To rescue Tane, Mia must navigate her way through the most difficult defence maze in the universe!
You can find the story and the teacher support material here: As Easy as One, Two, Three, School Journal, level 2, June 2018
Other useful resources
See the exemplars for progress outcome one for other examples of students breaking down simple, non-computerised tasks into precise, unambiguous, step-by-step instructions (algorithmic thinking).
These could include:
- What are the tasks that Mia has to complete to rescue Tane and bring the energy crystal back to the ship? Write down or tell someone these tasks in unambiguous, step-by-step instructions.
Indicators of progression for discussion starters
|Computational thinking: Progress outcome one||