Stage 5: Getting Loopy - Mrs-o-c

Stage 5: Getting Loopy - Mrs-o-c

Stage 5: Getting Loopy Objectives Repeat actions initiated by the instructor Translate a picture program into a live-action dance Convert a series of multiple actions into a

single loop Vocabulary Loop

Example - Volunteer

Walk around the room once Walk around the room again Walk around the room again Walk around the room again Would it have been easier for me to just ask

you to go around the room four times? If I ask you to repeat an action any number of times it is called loop Video http://studio.code.org/s/course2/stage/5/puz

zle/1 Dance Party Sometimes, when you know that you will be doing something over and over, it is helpful to know how many times it needs to be done before you begin.

That way, you can keep track of how many actions you have left as you go. Example: If your mom wanted you to play her favorite song over and over, she wouldnt say: Please play my song, play my song, play my song, play my song.

She would likely say Please play my song four times. Loops Can you find the loop in the instruction? Can you find anything else in the dance that we could use for a loop?

Handout Getting Loopy Assessment Computer Time Login to computer Open Mozilla Firefox Type URL http://studio.code.org/sections/FEBRQV

Go to Stage 5, skip video answer one question Stop at Stage 6: Maze Loops

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