This lesson teaches pupils about data types (casting) and manipulating strings (text) in Python. It is suitable for KS3 computing and GCSE 9-1 computer science pupils.
It includes an attractive dyslexia friendly PowerPoint presentation that includes differentiated lesson objectives, a video to teach key skills and lots ofpractical programming practice. It also includes a comprehensive teacher’s lesson plan including all the answers.
Please note: This lesson does assume the pupils are familiar with using basic if and else statements in Python as well as using a for loop.
Duration: 1 lesson
This lesson teaches pupils about:
- Integer (int)
- Floating-point numbers (float)
- Isolating part of a string
- Changing case (lower, upper and title)
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