Presentation slides and curricular materials for code combat


#41

That first poster is great! The second link isn’t working for me, though.


#42

Link was broken. I put an older version up for now. I also need to upload the ppt instead of the pdf for people who would like to edit the posters.

Update
I think I have fixed the links. PPTX used with some updated definitions and course objectives are the same as I posted in the forum


#43

I repackaged the Teacher’s Guide as lesson plans (python):

It would be nice if teachers were allowed access to the student’s code for the Final Kithmaze and Kithgard Gates as with those two levels it is possible to show evidence that all teaching objectives have been reached.

Forum Post with Updated Lesson Plans


#44

Hi! Yes, I am very interested in all your materials since we just started with Code Combat last year in my programming classes. I teach at Passaic High School in Passaic, NJ. Thank you!
Mariechen McNish


#45

Hello

I am curious about what the youngest recommended age would be which one could teach Code Combat to. I apologise if this is mentioned somewhere, but I couldn’t seem to find it.


#46

I am currently running it with grade 5 and 6 students, and will be trying with grade 4 next quarter. I remember seeing on one of the marketing pages that they got it to work with grade 3, although I am not sure that you could make it very far beyond hour of code with that. Keep in mind that if you are just tutoring it to a child, rather than a group of students you will be able to progress to higher levels.


#47

Thank you for your advice.

I work for a Japanese kindergarten so our older students will be around 5-6 years old. Even when they move onto elementary school a lot of the students will return each evening for English lessons. I’m looking into the possibility of teaching some basics with the option of continuing onto more advanced lessons as they get older. (through evening classes)


#48

I have no idea if it will work with that age level. They might be able to do some of the early levels. It will certianly work as they get older and is probably the best one if you want them to write in actual code. Code.org has some very basic things for that age. I am not sure if it will be too easy.


#49

I am very interested, and I would love it if you could share it with me :smiley:


#50

thomasd’s materials are here
My lesson plans and posters are here


#51

I would like to see your presentation slides as well. I am teaching a coding class for summer enrichment, and the slides would be a great way for me to begin the class. Thanks!


#52

Hi,
Thank you for sharing with the community. I would love to have a copy of your presentation slides, lessons and assessments. I’m a new special education technology teacher and I want to use code combat with my students.

Thank!

Alana


#53

Good!but how do I get the prsentation slides?


#54

Very instructive poster in For method in friend topic.