1 Term for how text is stored in programming String Press Space Bar for answers 2 Term for a changeable, stored, value Variable 3 Symbol for “is the same as” == 4 Symbol for “is greater than” > > 5 Symbol for “is less than” < < 6 Command to display an output print 7 Command to request information from user input 8 Symbol that has to be at the end of an if Statement for it to work. : : 9 Symbol to apply a value to a variable = = 10 Symbols that need to be on either side of a String “ ” 11 Each action after an if Statement needs to be… Indented 12 Language we are learning to code in Python
DefinitionPhrase 1Term for how text is stored in programmingString 2Term for a changeable, stored, valueVariable 3Symbol for “is the same as”== 4Symbol for “is greater than”> 5Symbol for “is less than”< 6Command to display an outputprint 7Command to request information from userinput 8Symbol that has to be at the end of an if Statement for it to work.: 9Symbol to apply a value to a variable= 10Symbols that need to be on either side of a String“ ” 11Each action after an if Statement needs to be…Indented 12Language we are learning to code inPython
Teacher’s notes The purpose of this activity is to test the recall of key phrases within your curriculum. As well as this Powerpoint file, you will need to print off a student response worksheet (slide 11) for as many students as you require. You will need to ‘enable macros’ on opening of this file. The scrolling slideshow lasts approximate three and a half minutes. It has a musical accompaniment. To run activity: – Run Powerpoint file from beginning and show students the first slide and its instructions – Press space bar and start the slideshow. Allow students to read the definitions and write the key phrases on their response sheet – When slideshow is over, show the answers to the students, checking their responses.
Teacher’s notes To alter the key phrases and definitions: You can alter the key phrases and definitions by typing in your own – these need to be placed in the table on slide 8 following the appropriate column headings Please ensure that you use the same table that it already provided – if you cut and past your own table the programme within this slide will not work. This editing should be done in ‘Normal’ view within Powerpoint. On completion of editing the table on slide 8 return to this slide, run the slide show and click the button below. You can then run the slide show with your own responses. Click here (in slideshow mode) when you have altered the table on slide 8. This will automatically alter the ‘neon lights’ and answers on slide 7.
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