Monday, March 21, 2011

3/21 Task definition / Events

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

ICT Essentials 1
Question of the Day: Do you think that a parents should spy on their teen's online life?  Is this good parenting or an invasion of privacy?

Daily Objectives: 
Define an information problem.Identify information needed in order to complete the task (to solve the information problem).Create an outline, a storyboard, a graphic organizer, and/or a concept map .Identify and define authentic problems and significant questions for investigation.Plan and manage activities to develop a solution or complete a project.

Word of the Day:  Task definition means to be sure about the job you have to do.
Question of the Day: How do you use technology to broadcast events (communicate) in your life?  How is this similar to events that happen in a computer program or video game?

Daily Objectives: 
Identify the Vocabulary and and computer programming concepts.Program a sprite to move a specific distance.Program a sprite to move a specific direction.Arrange statement in logical order.Evaluate and enhance threads in Scratch.

Word of the Day:  Events - In programming, multiple threads can communicate with each other by signaling events and handling events. An event, then, is like a message from one thread to another. In Scratch, blocks whose labels begin with "broadcast" signal events whereas blocks whose labels begin with "when" handle events, the latter of which, recall, effectively represent threads themselves.
A block that signals an event is:

A block that handles an event is:

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