This Python lesson is perfect to help GCSE classes get back into Python programming after they have had a break from it. It does assume they are familiar with the KS3 national curriculum requirements and have previously been taught about sub programs, functions and procedures. This lesson recaps these key areas, giving pupils a chance to practice previously learnt skills but this lesson is not suitable for teaching these elements to your class for the first time.
It includes an attractive dyslexia friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives, a pop quiz and lots of practical programming practice. It also includes a comprehensive teacher’s lesson plan including all the answers.
Duration: 1 lesson
This lesson recaps the following key skills:
- What is a sub program?
- Calling sub programs
- Passing single and multiple variables to sub programs
- Returning single and multiple variables to the main program
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