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1. topic

Country Conversion

During this lesson, we talked about several different ways that computers read binary and convert it into the text we see on the screen via a compiler or interpreter. While these are very reliable it is always good to check the conversions to make sure they are correct, to do so we need to be able to convert from Text to Binary ourselves. Below is a list of countries, pick one and convert the countries name into Binary. Then using the text to decimal sheet find the decimal that corresponds with each letter. Once you have the decimal for each letter, then convert that decimal into binary.

Note: All countries begin with a capital letter so that will make the Binary different than a lower case letter.

Cuba
Nepal
India
Peru
Laos
Fiji
Niue

Rubric:

Category
Does Not Meet Yet (0-59)
Emerging Expectations (60-75)
Meets Expectations(76-89)
Exceeds Expectations(90-100)

Conversion (50%)
Correctly converted few to no letters of the name to binary.
Correctly converted most of the letters in the name.
Correctly converted most of the letters in the name, including the capital letter.
Correctly converted all of the letters in the name, including the capital letter.

Work Shown (50%)
No work for conversions is shown. Only the binary is written.
Correct work for conversions of some letters is shown, or work for conversions is attempted for most letters but is incorrect.
Correct work for conversions of most letters is shown.
Correct work for conversions of all letters is shown, including the conversion for the capitalized letter.

2. topic

Flowcharts
In this lesson we talked about flowcharts and why programmers need to first draw out the intended method a user needs to follow. We can use flowchart just about for anything. Below you will see one on how to make bread.

For this assignment, you will create a flowchart for an everyday task that includes the steps a user would need to complete in order to successfully complete the task. For example, maybe you create a flowchart that shows how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. You can draw the flowchart with a pencil and paper or you can use Google slides or Google documents. If you need help to create the google document, here is a quick video: How to Create Flowchart in Google Documents

Watch this video created by one of your teachers. Then scroll down to review your instructions.

Note: Your flowchart needs to include at least one loop back to where if the users makes a decision it goes back to a step until they get it right.

Refer to the rubric below to see how you will be graded. Then, upload a picture of your flowchart to the dropbox.

Rubric:

Category
Does Not Meet Yet (0-59)
Emerging Expectations (60-75)
Meets Expectations(76-89)
Exceeds Expectations(90-100)

Flowchart design 40%
A flowchart was not submitted, or the one created does not provide the steps needed to complete a task.
A flowchart shows the steps needed to complete a task. The flowchart lacks some steps or is not formatted correctly.
An original flowchart shows the steps a user needs to follow to complete a task.
An original flowchart shows the detailed steps a user needs to follow to complete a task.

Loopback 20%
The loopback is missing or lacks logical sense and breaks the flow.
One loopback is included. However, the loop is not necessary in the designated step or lacks logical sense for the flow.
A loopback that makes logical sense is included.
At least one loopback that makes logical sense is included. If the user makes a decision they loopback to the necessary step.

Logic 40%
The flowchart created does not make sense or follow any normal flow that an end user would follow to complete a task.
The flowchart makes some logical sense but does not allow an end user to successfully complete the task.
The flowchart created makes logical sense but could use some improvement as some areas are not clear.
The flowchart created makes logical sense and any user could follow it to complete a task.