Category Archives: (D) Programming 11

  1. Careers in Programming

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    October 14, 2021 by mrgoldsack

    Up next we will be taking a step from building, and do a little more research. Take a look through …
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  2. Scratch – Retro Rebuild

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    October 5, 2021 by mrgoldsack

    Up next, you will need re-imagine, and put a new spin on, a classic arcade game using Scratch…however, for legal …
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  3. September Work Board

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    October 4, 2021 by mrgoldsack

    Below are the assigned tasks for Block D from Sept 8 to Oct 1.

  4. Key Terms 4

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    October 1, 2021 by mrgoldsack

    This is the final form for the Key Terms series (I promise!) In this task, you will need to compile …
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  5. Scratch – Paint

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    September 22, 2021 by mrgoldsack

    Make sure to check out the task brief here: PaintCriteria Needs some inspiration? Ideas? Check out some of these links… …
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  6. Key Terms 3

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    September 21, 2021 by mrgoldsack

    Step 1:  – Research and Define each of these four new terms. – Compile your definitions into Text or Word …
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  7. Key Terms 2

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    September 17, 2021 by mrgoldsack

    For this assignment, you will be adding onto your existing notes for the above programming terms. Using your Maze program …
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  8. Scratch – Maze

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    September 14, 2021 by mrgoldsack

    Here is the criteria for this assignment: MazeCriteria Due Sept 21 (Tuesday) Jump over to https://scratch.mit.edu Create an account (if …
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  9. Key Terms – Part 1

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    September 13, 2021 by mrgoldsack

    Up next you will need to do some research and compile some notes on the following 4 programming terms. Don’t …
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  10. Action Commands

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    September 9, 2021 by mrgoldsack

    At its base level, programming can be viewed as a set of instructions for completing a specific task. Two of …
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