Code to Enhance Learning Lesson 1 Maze Objective:

Code to Enhance Learning Lesson 1 Maze Objective:

Code to Enhance Learning Lesson 1 Maze Objective: We will be able to sequence instructions to create algorithm to move Papu out of the maze. Objective: We will be able to sequence instructions to

create algorithm to move Papu out of the maze. Activity: You will follow what I will say! Kids sit down Close all your books Put books inside your bag Close your bag Sit smart These are called instructions. Instructions are

steps to be followed to do a task. Talk to your partner: Think about 2 examples of instructions. Lets share the examples of instructions. Activity: You will follow what I will say! Close your bag Put books inside your bag Close all your books

Kids sit down Sit smart Thinking Questions: What is the difference between the instructions above and the previous instructions? Why? Lets share the response. Sequence means things/instructions in proper order. Example of Sequence:

A boy and a girl Talk to your partner: Think of one example of sequence. Lets share the response. Algorithm

Kids sit down Close all your books Put books inside your bag Close your bag Sit smart Here, these

instructions will make me pack my bags. A group of instructions to complete a task is called Algorithm. Example: Algorithm to brush teeth

Talk to your partner: Think of one such Algorithm you see in your daily life. Lets share the response. Pappu and Maze! Move __ Steps Forward Move __ Steps Left Move __ Steps Backward

Move __ Steps Right Door Instructions! Move 2 Steps Forward Move 2 steps Right Move 1 Step Forward The above

instructions to complete a task is called Algorithm. Thinking Questions: What will happen if I interchange the last and second last block? Lets share the response. Pappu and Maze: (Kids in pairs)

What instructions would you give to Pappu to move out of the maze? (Take 3 mins) Door Instructions! The above instructions to complete a task is called Algorithm. Pappu and Maze:

What instructions would you give to Pappu to move out of the maze? (Take 3 mins) Door Instructions! The above instructions to complete a task is called Algorithm. Assessment

Closing: 1. What did we do today? 2. What is one thing that you liked in the class the most? 3. What did you learn? Thank you

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