Students will be able to…
* Use conditions to gather information about Karel’s world (is the front clear, is Karel facing north, etc)
* Create if statements to only execute code if a certain condition is true

Activities

These are all the activities included in the lesson.

Activity

1.10.1 If Statements

Video

1.10.2 If Statements Quiz

Quiz SHOW ME

1.10.3 If Statements

Example

1.10.4 Safe Take Ball

Example

1.10.5 Is There a Ball?

Exercise SHOW ME

Objective

Students will be able to…
* Explain the purpose of an If/Else statement
* Create If/Else statements to solve new types of problems
* Identify when an If/Else statement is appropriate to be used

Activities

These are all the activities included in the lesson.

Activity

1.11.1 If/Else Statements

Video

1.11.2 If/Else Statements Quiz

Quiz SHOW ME

1.11.3 If/Else Statements

Example

1.11.4 One Ball in Each Spot

Example

1.11.5 Right Side Up

Exercise SHOW ME

Open the Google Doc for this class. In your own words at the TOP of the Doc, explain what you learned today and how it can help you write programs.

SANDBOX–create a new programs that uses at least one IF THEN ELSE statement. Show me.

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