Lesson 1

Learning Intention

To understand strategies to practise Cyber Safety.

Lesson Information

PC/Laptop

Using a PC/laptop and Internet Explorer (requires Flash), visit:

http://portal.ccgs.nsw.edu.au/curriculum/budde/primary/index.html#

Have a go at creating your own ‘Budd:e’ robot by completing various cyber safety activities.

iPad

Using an iPad, visit:

Open Safari: www.thinkuknow.co.uk   Click on the 8-10? box.

The Think U Know Cyber Café is a virtual world where you have to help the characters make the right choices when using email, texting, instant messaging, surfing the web, talking in a chat room, and creating an online personal space.

After you have completed the PC/Laptop and/or iPad task:

  • Make a Cyber Safety poster, that we could display at school, showing 5 of the most important things to remember when you’re using the internet.

Reflection

  • What are 5 TOP things you think we need to remember to be cybersafe?

If you would like to share your work, I’d love to see it! 🙂 Please email to: mziino@hillsmeade.vic.edu.au


Lesson 2

Learning Intention

To order a set of instructions (algorithm) correctly for a character to follow.

Lesson Information

Using Google Chrome or Safari go to www.code.org. (Internet Explorer does not work well with code.org)

Lesson 1: Sequencing in the Maze

Have a go at completing the activities. 

Reflection

Which activity was your favourite? 


Lesson 3

Learning Intention

To create an image using loops within a code.

Lesson Information

Using Google Chrome or Safari go to www.code.org. (Internet Explorer does not work well with code.org)

 Class Code:

5B: ZHMSSV

5C: WBHDGK

5E: BWZMNV

5A & 5D: You are welcome to sign in and continue the activities from last semester in Code.org if you wish! 

For individual sign in information, check the DigiTech Learning Task section on Compass.

Watch week 2 video above to see how to sign in to Code.org

Lesson 3: Drawing with Loops

In these sets of tasks you will make your own drawing designs using a small number of blocks and digital stickers.  You may need to use the repeat block to create loops in your code.

Remember to take your time and go through your code one step at a time.

Reflection

How do repeat blocks make your code more efficient?