7CP Study Guide - Basic CS and Scratch Coding: Tic Tac Toe

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Beginner CS and Scratch Coding

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Topics of this game:
• How computers get their information:
• Coding is writing a set of instructions that
• When you give an object a command to turn 360 degrees, it will perform:
• In coding, a statement is
• A condition in programming must:
• An IF block is a __________ in Scratch
• You would use a Forever block in Scratch to make a __________
• In coding, a set of steps to solve a problem is called an
• Orange blocks in a Scratch stack whose value can change are:
• This block is from the __________ category of Scratch blocks.
• A sprite is pointed in Direction 180. If it takes 10 steps, what will happen?
• Coding involves trial and error. When you find errors in your program, you fix them. This is called:
• There is a RESET button in Scratch that allows you to return to the starting point.
• Scratch allows users to take another person's project and change it. This is called:
• The X and Y values are important concepts in coding. X represents movement ___________, and Y represents movement _____________.
• Binary numbers are Base ___
• The computer really only understands ___________; that is why everything has to be translated into _____________.
• A tablet is:
• A microphone is: a/an
• Each programming language has a unique set of ___________ (words that it understands) and a special syntax for organizing program instructions.