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Intro to Programming with Tracy and micro:bit

#### Outline

1. Tracy's World
1.1 Intro to Python with Tracy the Turtle
Video 1.1.1 Intro to Tracy
Check for Understanding 1.1.2 Intro to Tracy
1.2 Tracy's Grid World
Video 1.2.1 Tracy's Grid World
Check for Understanding 1.2.2 Tracy's Grid World
Example 1.2.3 Dashed Line
Exercise 1.2.4 Shorter Dashed Line
Exercise 1.2.5 Caterpillar
2. Moving Tracy Efficiently
2.1 Turning Tracy
Video 2.1.1 Turning Tracy
Check for Understanding 2.1.2 Turning Tracy
Example 2.1.3 Square
Example 2.1.4 X and Y Axes
Exercise 2.1.5 Rectangle
Exercise 2.1.6 4 Columns
2.2 For Loops
Video 2.2.1 For Loops
Check for Understanding 2.2.2 For Loops
Example 2.2.3 Square Using Loops
Example 2.2.4 Dotted Line
Exercise 2.2.5 Row of Circles
Exercise 2.2.6 4 Columns 2.0
2.3 Turning Tracy Using Angles
Video 2.3.1 Turning Tracy Using Angles
Check for Understanding 2.3.2 Turning Tracy Using Angles
Example 2.3.3 Asterisk
Example 2.3.4 Four Circles
Exercise 2.3.5 Hexagon
Exercise 2.3.6 'X' Marks the Spot
Exercise 2.3.7 Circle Pyramid
3. Designing and Communicating Solutions
Example 3.1.3 Four Circles with Comments
Exercise 3.1.4 Circle Pyramid with Comments
3.2 Naming Guidelines
Video 3.2.1 Naming Guidelines
Check for Understanding 3.2.2 Naming Guidelines
3.3 Functions
Video 3.3.1 Functions
Check for Understanding 3.3.2 Functions
Example 3.3.3 X and Y Axes with Hash Marks
Exercise 3.3.5 Shape Stack
3.4 Artistic Effects
Video 3.4.1 Artistic Effects
Check for Understanding 3.4.2 Artistic Effects
Example 3.4.3 Rainbow Octagon
Example 3.4.4 Circle Square Triangle
Exercise 3.4.5 Four Colored Triangles
Exercise 3.4.6 Colorful Bracelet
Challenge 3.4.7 Kid's Shapes Toy
3.5 Top Down Design
Video 3.5.1 Top Down Design
Check for Understanding 3.5.2 Top Down Design
Example 3.5.3 Bubble Wrap
Exercise 3.5.4 Bubble Wrap 2.0
Exercise 3.5.5 Sidewalk
4. Controlling Tracy with Variables
4.1 Variables
Video 4.1.1 Variables
Check for Understanding 4.1.2 Variables
Example 4.1.3 Increasing Length
Exercise 4.1.4 Dartboard
Exercise 4.1.5 Line of Increasing Blocks
4.2 User Input
Video 4.2.1 User Input
Check for Understanding 4.2.2 User Input
Example 4.2.3 Color Coded Increasing Length
Exercise 4.2.4 Colored Dartboard
Exercise 4.2.5 Four Corners
4.3 Parameters
Video 4.3.1 Parameters
Check for Understanding 4.3.2 Parameters
Example 4.3.3 Concentric Circles
Exercise 4.3.4 Colorful Caterpillar
Exercise 4.3.5 Circle in a Square
Exercise 4.3.6 Snowman
4.4 Using i in For Loops
Video 4.4.1 Using i in For Loops
Check for Understanding 4.4.2 Using i in For Loops
Example 4.4.3 Geometry
Exercise 4.4.4 Geometry 2.0
4.5 Extended Loop Control
Video 4.5.1 Extended Loop Control
Check for Understanding 4.5.2 Extended Loop Control
Example 4.5.3 Square Swirl
Exercise 4.5.4 Dartboard using i
Exercise 4.5.5 Phone Signal
5. Intro to micro:bit
5.1 Welcome to micro:bit!
Video 5.1.1 Intro to micro:bit
Connection 5.1.2 micro:bit Quick Start
Notes 5.1.3 Dice Simulator
Notes 5.1.4 Don't Wobble!
Connection 5.1.5 Exploration: Intro to Programming with micro:bit
Video 5.1.6 Exploration 1.1 Follow-up
Free Response 5.1.7 Background & Experience
Free Response 5.1.8 Goal Setting
Video 5.2.1 Setting Up your micro:bit
Connection 5.2.2 Exploration: Exploring LEDs
Video 5.2.3 Exploration 1.2 Follow-up
Exercise 5.2.4 Four Corners
Check for Understanding 5.3.2 Comments & Pseudocode
Free Response 5.3.4 X in Pseudocode
Connection 5.3.5 Exploration: Analog vs. Digital
Video 5.3.6 Exploration 1.3 Follow-up
Exercise 5.3.7 Varied Brightness
Exercise 5.3.8 Moving Bright Box
5.4 Variables
Video 5.4.1 Variables
Check for Understanding 5.4.2 Variables
Notes 5.4.3 Variable as Coordinate Value
Free Response 5.4.4 Plus with a Variable in Pseudocode
Connection 5.4.5 Exploration: Using micro:bit Pins
Video 5.4.6 Exploration 1.4 Follow-up
Exercise 5.4.7 Brightness Line using Variables
Exercise 5.4.8 Opposite Blinking External LEDs
Exercise 5.4.9 Dimming External LED
5.5 Intro to micro:bit Quiz
Unit Quiz 5.5.1 Intro to micro:bit Quiz
6. Making Decisions
6.1 If Statements
Video 6.1.1 If Statements
Check for Understanding 6.1.2 If Statements
Example 6.1.3 X and Y Axis with Bolded Marks
Exercise 6.1.4 Happy Face
Exercise 6.1.5 Black and White Squares
6.2 If/ Else Statements
Video 6.2.1 If/Else Statements
Check for Understanding 6.2.2 If/Else Statements
Example 6.2.3 Positive, Negative, Zero
Exercise 6.2.4 Rating
6.3 While Loops
Video 6.3.1 While Loops
Check for Understanding 6.3.2 While Loops
Example 6.3.3 Increasing Circles
Exercise 6.3.4 Increasing Squares
Exercise 6.3.5 Guess a Number
7. Program Control with micro:bit
7.1 For Loops
Video 7.1.1 For Loops
Check for Understanding 7.1.2 For Loops
Notes 7.1.3 Light Middle Row with a For Loop
Free Response 7.1.4 Dimming LED
Connection 7.1.5 Exploration: Playing Music with micro:bit
Video 7.1.6 Exploration 2.1 Follow-up
Exercise 7.1.7 Twinkle Twinkle
Exercise 7.1.8 Looping through LED Brightness Values
Exercise 7.1.9 Light Screen by Column
7.2 While Loops
Video 7.2.1 While Loops
Check for Understanding 7.2.2 While Loops
Notes 7.2.3 Light Middle Column with a While Loop
Free Response 7.2.4 Alternating LED until Button Press
Connection 7.2.5 Exploration: Using Buttons to Control Code
Video 7.2.6 Exploration 2.2 Follow-up
Exercise 7.2.7 LED Blink with Buttons
Exercise 7.2.8 Button Following LED
7.3 Operators
Video 7.3.1 Arithmetic, Comparison, and Logical Operators
Check for Understanding 7.3.2 Arithmetic, Comparison, and Logical Operators
Notes 7.3.3 Using Arithmetic Operators
Notes 7.3.4 Using Comparison Operators
Notes 7.3.5 Using Logical Operators
Free Response 7.3.6 Light LED based on Values
Connection 7.3.7 Exploration: Light Sensor
Video 7.3.8 Exploration 2.3a Follow-up
Exercise 7.3.9 Light Detector
Connection 7.3.10 Exploration: Temperature Sensor
Video 7.3.11 Exploration 2.3b Follow-up
Exercise 7.3.12 Temperature Monitor
Connection 7.3.13 Exploration: Accelerometer
Video 7.3.14 Exploration 2.3c Follow-up
Exercise 7.3.15 Brightness by Acceleration
Exercise 7.3.16 Real World Application: Night Light
7.4 If/Else Statements
Video 7.4.1 If/Else Statements
Check for Understanding 7.4.2 If/Else Statements
Notes 7.4.3 If/Else with 'count'
Notes 7.4.4 If/If/If with 'count'
Free Response 7.4.5 LED Position with a Variable
Free Response 7.4.6 LED Brightness using Buttons
Connection 7.4.7 Exploration: Using Servo Motors
Video 7.4.8 Exploration 2.4 Follow-up
Exercise 7.4.9 Servo Rotation with Reset
Exercise 7.4.10 Button Controlling LED and Servo
Exercise 7.4.11 Servo Position by Button Press
Exercise 7.4.12 Servo with LED display and reset
7.5 Functions
Video 7.5.1 Functions
Check for Understanding 7.5.2 Functions
Notes 7.5.3 Using Functions
Notes 7.5.4 Using Functions with Parameters
Notes 7.5.5 Combining Control Structures
Free Response 7.5.6 Light Level LEDs
Connection 7.5.7 Exploration: Using External Sensors
Video 7.5.8 Exploration 2.5 Follow-up
Exercise 7.5.9 Distance Monitor
Challenge 7.5.10 Challenge: LED Arrow Following Servo
Free Response 7.5.11 Choose an External Sensor to Investigate
7.6 Program Control with micro:bit Quiz
Unit Quiz 7.6.1 Program Control with micro:bit Unit Quiz
8. Tracy Challenges
8.1 Putting Together Control Structures
Video 8.1.1 Putting Together Control Structures
Check for Understanding 8.1.2 Putting Together Control Structures
Example 8.1.3 Block Pyramid
Exercise 8.1.4 Guess a Number 2.0
Exercise 8.1.5 Circle Pyramid 2.0
Challenge 8.1.6 Checkerboard
8.2 Intro to Programming with Turtle Graphics Quiz
Quiz 8.2.1 Putting It All Together Quiz
9.1 micro:bit Challenges
Check for Understanding 9.1.2 micro:bit Challenges: Breadboards
Notes 9.1.3 Distance Sensor with Breadboard
Connection 9.1.4 Exploration: Using Gestures to Control Code
Video 9.1.5 Exploration 3.1 Follow-up
Challenge 9.1.6 Digital Watch, Pt 1: Setting the Time
Challenge 9.1.7 Digital Watch, Pt 2: Keeping TIme
Challenge 9.1.8 Digital Watch, Pt 3: Final Touches
Challenge 9.1.9 Inchworm
Free Response 9.1.10 Project Reflection
9.2 Explore a New Sensor
Notes 9.2.1 Explore a New Sensor: Overview
Connection 9.2.2 Exploration: Getting Started with a New Sensor
Free Response 9.2.3 Video / Exploration
Free Response 9.2.4 Example Program
Video 9.2.5 How to Add Images