Unplugged Decoding Activity for Computational Thinking Skills

Based on the riddles for kids that I have gathered and translated into binary codes, I have turned it into an unplugged decoding activity that required the participants to translate the binary codes into the form of riddle and solve it. The TESL students enjoyed it most!


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References for Scratch Programming

Coding is a “TOOL” that allow us to analyse an issue or problem by decomposing a complex task into smaller chunks of information that might be easier to manage one at a time. Scratch Programming uses graphical script blocks programming instead of textual codes where we may easily change the scripts from time to time and visualize its effects immediately.

The following video introduces Scratch in a nutshell:

Scratch Ed.(2013). Scratch 2.0 overview video. [Video file].  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SjuiawRMU4

If you wish to learn more about Scratch Programming, do feel free to click on the following links to explore the unlimited possibilities while creating projects that challenge  our imagination and creativity:

For Beginners


Intermediate Level


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