Collect, access and present different types of data to create information displays
Use simple flowcharts to show branching ideas
Create a simple game with user input and branching
What I'm looking for
I can find the home keys on the keyboard and use my thumbs to type a space
I can identify different types of data
I can make simple searches to find relevant data to answer my questions
I can include different types of data to create information displays
I can draw a simple flowchart showing branching ideas
I can make a simple game with user input and branching
Data is a collection of facts, such as numbers, words, measurements or descriptions. Computers store many different kinds of data. Today we are going to collect some data about the students in our class and store the data in a visual form called a "glyph".
Use the shift key to make a single capital letter
You can Tap shift - letter or Swipe shift - letter
To turn CAPS LOCK on or off, double tap the shift key
What changes do you notice?
Double tap a single word to select it.
Drag the blue bars to select more text in front of or behind it.
Tap a word four times in a row in exactly the same spot to select a whole paragraph.
Copy and Paste
After the text is selected, choose copy from the pop-up menu
Click and hold in the place that you want the text to go and select "paste".
Writing Quality Comments
When we participate in online discussions (such as in Verso, Edmodo or on blogs) it is important that we respect other participants by being good digital citizens.
Hints for writing good comments:
Good comments add to the digital conversation and support and encourage our learning.
We don’t always have to agree with everyone’s point of view, but we should express our disagreements or suggestions thoughtfully.
Make a connection to the writer by mentioning something you enjoyed or a similar experience you have had.
Give suggestions that promote further thinking or learning.
Ask questions that might spark a conversation about the topic.