2.4 Procedures

Enduring Understanding

      • The way statements are sequenced and combined in a program determines the computed result. Programs incorporate iteration and selection constructs to represent repetition and make decisions to handle varied input values.

Essential Questions

      • How can we store data in a program to solve problems?

      • What might happen if you completed the steps in your regular morning routine to get ready and go to school in a different order? How might the reordering affect the decisions you make each morning?

      • How do video games group different actions for a player based on what key is pressed on the keyboard or controller? How do apps group different actions together based on user interaction, such as pressing buttons?

      • What types of problems can be solved more easily with a computer, and what types can be solved more easily without a computer? Why?

Lesson Objectives


Essential Knowledge