Show Your Learning
- Facilitate a group share and tell.
- Students will share their projects.
- Students should show the order of the Coder cards on the Coder. Then, run their whole project at once without using the step by step on the class treasure map.
- Ask questions to help facilitate a discussion.
- Why is it important for our 123 Robot to follow a specific order?
- What behaviors did you see other 123 Robot’s complete during their treasure hunt?
- Is there more than one way to get to the treasure on your map? How many other ways can you get from start to treasure on your map?
- The teacher can use video to record and compile all the different ways students coded their 123 Robot to reach the treasure.
Student-Driven Visible Thinking
- Have students draw or write their successful projects from Play Part 2 and the map they created. Save these artifacts in a "Robot Treasure Hunt" book, and students can try out another group's project, or remix their own projects during Learning Center or Choice times.
- How many different ways did our class find a way to travel to the treasure on the map?
- If we switched the map around again, what could we do to find the treasure?
- How did your group decide on the sequence of Coder cards?