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Code org lesson 17 functions with harvester

Students have practiced creating impressive designs in Artist and navigating mazes in Bee, but today they will use functions to harvest crops in Harvester. This lesson will push students to use functions in the new ways by combining them with statements. This lesson is meant to further push students to use functions in more creative ways. By also using conditionals and loops, students will learn there are many ways to approach a problem, but some are more efficient than others. These puzzles are intended to increase problem solving and critical thinking skills. At this point, your students should already be introduced to functions. Take this time to have them discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using functions in a program. Try using examples of hard or easy puzzles in either Artist or Bee. Ask the class: Some puzzles will have a function pre-declared for the students to fill in. It may be helpful for the students to write the entire program without a function first, then determine where a function would be useful in the program. It's important to make sure that every student is completing each puzzle with a dark green dot. If some of your students are struggling to simplify code and use functions, set up teams of expert students within your class to go around and answer questions. Don't forget to provide pencils and paper to help students sketch out possible solutions. Having students write about what they learned, why it’s useful, and how they feel about it can help solidify any knowledge they obtained today and build a review sheet for them to look to in the future. To help, get the map [map_empty] behind the locked door on the right. Snap the code into the workspace to move the Agent to the pressure plate [Pressure Plate_Up] so that can get through. All of the code you need to cross the river is built right in! Snap the small, green build bridge function block into your workspace twice to fix the path and get to the Redstone Torch [redstone_torch]. Can you spot the difference between the two functions in your workspace? Use these functions with other code from the toolbox to clear a path for the Minecart, then collect the Flint and Steel [flint_and_steel]. Students have practiced creating impressive designs in Artist and navigating mazes in Bee, but today they will use functions to harvest crops in Harvester. This lesson will push students to use functions in the new ways by combining them with statements. This lesson is meant to further push students to use functions in more creative ways. By also using conditionals and loops, students will learn there are many ways to approach a problem, but some are more efficient than others. These puzzles are intended to increase problem solving and critical thinking skills. At this point, your students should already be introduced to functions. Take this time to have them discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using functions in a program. Try using examples of hard or easy puzzles in either Artist or Bee. Ask the class: Some puzzles will have a function pre-declared for the students to fill in. It may be helpful for the students to write the entire program without a function first, then determine where a function would be useful in the program. It's important to make sure that every student is completing each puzzle with a dark green dot. If some of your students are struggling to simplify code and use functions, set up teams of expert students within your class to go around and answer questions. Don't forget to provide pencils and paper to help students sketch out possible solutions. Having students write about what they learned, why it’s useful, and how they feel about it can help solidify any knowledge they obtained today and build a review sheet for them to look to in the future. To help, get the map [map_empty] behind the locked door on the right. Snap the code into the workspace to move the Agent to the pressure plate [Pressure Plate_Up] so that can get through. All of the code you need to cross the river is built right in! Snap the small, green build bridge function block into your workspace twice to fix the path and get to the Redstone Torch [redstone_torch]. Can you spot the difference between the two functions in your workspace? Use these functions with other code from the toolbox to clear a path for the Minecart, then collect the Flint and Steel [flint_and_steel].

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