Week 02: Digital Solutions  Application Design and Programming
Class Task and Information
 Lesson 01: Building on previous knowledge.

 Analyse and visualise data using a range of software to create information and use structured data to model objects or events – ACTDIP026
 Define and decompose realworld problems taking into account functional requirements – ACTDIP027
 Input, Output, Sequence, Decisions and Repetition.
 Design algorithms represented diagrammatically and in English, and trace algorithms to predict output for a given input and to identify errors – ACTDIP029
 Solutions from last lesson (3 out of the 4)
 Video Tutorial Files = What to Do =
 You will need to view the video file and stop it along the way so you can implement, do what the video files shows you.
 Remember: Information + Action = KNOWLEDGE
 Remember to save your work as you go.
 Make sure you have seen and understood the tutorial from the previous lesson:
 Tutorial Lecture 02: Creating a Flowchart (Computational Thinking and Design tools)  ACTDIP038 + ACTDIP040
 Students are to take notes and complete the example on their laptops. You will need Internet access for this resource and learning task.
 Task 01: Develop an Algorithm using a Flowchart to solve the following problem: A student in your Geography class has asked you
to calculate if they have successfully passed a test with a mark over 65% or will need to work harder. You have decided to develop
a program for their iPhone, however, you need to design the algorithm first.
 Note: You can use pen and paper to draw your solution or use a software application such as creately.
 Remember to use your time wisely.
 Tutorial Lecture 03: Flowchart with Repetition or loops (Computational Thinking and Design tools)  ACTDIP038 + ACTDIP040
 Task 01: You have been asked to design an algorithm to allow a student to roll a dice as many times as they like until they are finished and then display the total of all the rolls.
 Task 02: Using your solution from task 01  Design an algorithm to track the number of times each dice face appears so that it counts the number of 6's, 5's, 4's, 3's, 2's and 1's that appear. Display their combined total like task 1 also the number of times each dice face appears and the total that each dice face contributed to the overall total (e.g. 3  6's  total contribution was 18).
 Students will need to hand in their work via myFlinders to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding. Also ensure you have completed all your homework.
 Lesson 02:
 Lesson Lost due to swimming carnival

Readings / Homework
 Students will need to hand in their work via myFlinders to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding. Also ensure you have completed all your homework.


