Here is what I would like you to do while I am gone:
1. Finish the assignment from last time with the corn rows by emailing me your designs.
2. Learn how to count to 32 in binary (base two number system).
Watch the videos on binary to start learning (click here for the videos page)
A. Describe why humans use decimal (base ten) and computers use binary (base two) in your journals
B. Write the numbers 1-32 in binary in your journals
C. Count to 32 on one hand in binary (try not to be rude)
D. Complete all the activities in this file: (click here to open the binary activities). Write your answers in your journals
E. Write an email to Mr. Alvey that has a secret message in beep boop language
F. When you figure it out help teach your neighbor(s)
FYI: I will be checking your journals when I return
To complete our lesson about cornrow braiding you will be using the math software from the csdt.rpi.edu website
In your journal notebooks define the following mathematics concepts and explain how they work and with cornrows and draw examples:
Use the Math Software (click here for the Math Software)
Extra Credit: Write the name of the Substitute, the state they were born in, their favorite school subject, and their favorite dessert.
Exploring Computer Science (ECS)
The goal of Exploring Computer Science is to develop in students the computational thinking practices of algorithm development, problem solving and programming. Students will also be introduced to topics such as interface design, limits of computers and societal and ethical issues.