Tuesday, March 15, 2011

3/15 Spam / Boolean variable.

Post a response to the Question of the Day in 5 minutes or less, using complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.

ICT Essentials 1
Question of the Day: Why is it important to observe what is happening on a Social Network before participating?  What can happen if you participate before you lurk?

Daily Objectives: 
Use and integrate Word-processing and Presentation tools and software when completing projects and assignments. Identify, Observe and Practice proper Internet Safety and Netiquette.Use the help sections of software, investigate online tutorials, and experiment with techniques, tools and software.Use multiple, documents, applications and web tools to create and modify projects.Use multiple, documents, applications and web tools to create and modify projects.

Word of the Day:  Spam - E-mail spam, also known as junk e-mail or unsolicited bulk e-mail (UBE), is a subset of spam that involves nearly identical messages sent to numerous recipients by e-mail. Definitions of spam usually include the aspects that e-mail is unsolicited and sent in bulk.[1]
Question of the Day: Why do you think x  y coordinates are used in Scratch?  How can the coordinates be used when commanding a Sprite?

Daily Objectives: 
Identify the Vocabulary and and computer programming concepts.Identify the parts of the Scratch Interface.Describe the function of the parts of the Scratch Interface.Use Scratch paint to create an original  Sprite with several costumes.Use the scratch program to animate a Sprite.

Word of the Day:  Boolean variable.  A variable that only takes on a value of true (i.e., 1) or false (i.e., 0), incidentally, is called a Boolean variable.
With statements, Boolean expressions, conditions, loops, and variables now under your belt as building blocks, we can now explore two higher-level programming constructs, starting with threads.

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