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I am a computer science teacher in Taipei, Taiwan. I started the programming classes at my current school, so I always need to make a lot of materials for my classes. Whenever I have time, I upload anything that has been useful in classes.

I am a computer science teacher in Taipei, Taiwan. I started the programming classes at my current school, so I always need to make a lot of materials for my classes. Whenever I have time, I upload anything that has been useful in classes.
Spot The Error - Python Coding
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Spot The Error - Python Coding

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This worksheet was created to help students learn to debug Python code. It is also designed to help students better understand the nuances of Python. I would recommend assigning this as homework as some of the questions may require significant testing. I would say this is best for intermediate-level programmers. Files Included: Spot The Error - Python.docx Spot The Error - Python.pdf Note: You will need the ability to open either .pdf files or .docx files. You also will need the ability to open .zip files. Any modern computer can open .zip files by default, but if you have any issues please leave a comment and I will do my best to help you.
Beginner Python Programming - Variables Worksheet
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Beginner Python Programming - Variables Worksheet

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This worksheet was designed to be used by introductory Python students who have learned variables before, but are not too advanced. I recommend using it as an in-class assessment, or a homework sheet. I would estimate that it takes the average student around 20 minutes to complete it. Included: Beginner Python Programming - Variables Worksheet.pdf Beginner Python Programming - Variables Worksheet.docx Note: You will need the ability to open either .pdf files or .docx files. You also will need the ability to open .zip files. Any modern computer can open .zip files by default, but if you have any issues please leave a comment and I will do my best to help you.
Beginner JavaScript Worksheet
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Beginner JavaScript Worksheet

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This worksheet was created to be used as a precursor to my https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/intermediate-javascript-worksheet-12432830. The problems cover looping, variables, the console, and a small amount of function syntax. It should take the average JavaScript student around 20 to 30 minutes to complete this. Files IncludedFiles Included Beginner JavaScript Worksheet.pdf Beginner JavaScript Worksheet.docx Note: You will need the ability to open either .pdf files or .docx files. You also will need the ability to open .zip files. Any modern computer can open .zip files by default, but if you have any issues please leave a comment and I will do my best to help you.
Python List Practice Problems II
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Python List Practice Problems II

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This worksheet was designed to be an extension of my original Python list practice problems worksheet. The number two worksheet is meant to be a more advanced worksheet for students who’s coding skill is beyond the level of the first one. This worksheet should take around 30 minutes to complete. I have included both .docx and .pdf versions of the worksheet. I also include worksheets without answer keys for easy printing. Files Included: ***Python List Practice Problems II.docx Python List Practice Problems II.pdf Python List Practice Problems II - No Answer Key.docx Python List Practice Problems II - No Answer Key.pdf Note: You will need the ability to open either .pdf files or .docx files. You also will need the ability to open .zip files. Any modern computer can open .zip files by default, but if you have any issues please leave a comment and I will do my best to help you. I used python 3.6.3, but any 3.X version should work (it will work with Python 2 with only minimal changes (if you buy it and want Python 2, just let me know and I can make the changes for you).
Python List Practice Problems
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Python List Practice Problems

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A couple of my Python students were having trouble with lists in Python, so I wrote this worksheet to have them work on in class. I think it could be a good homework sheet as well. It goes over lists, type casting, ascii, and uses the basic math operations (+,-,/,*). The zip file includes the following documents Python List Practice Problems.pdf, Python List Practice Problems.docx, and python_list_practice_problems.py. I used python 3.6.3, but any 3.X version should work (it will work with Python 2 with only minimal changes (if you buy it and want Python 2, just let me know and I can make the changes for you).
HTML & CSS Coding Worksheet
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HTML & CSS Coding Worksheet

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I am running a special Christmas holiday web development class, so I needed to make a worksheet for it. This worksheet isn’t too long, but it’s a good review of the basics of HTML and CSS. Included is an answer key, and also two versions of the same worksheet. One was designed for higher level students, and one for younger students. I teach two different age groups for this class, so I needed an easier one.
IGCSE Computer Science Binary Numbers Worksheet
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IGCSE Computer Science Binary Numbers Worksheet

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This worksheet was designed for IGCSE Computer Science students who have some familiarity with binary numbers. This worksheet covers converting binary numbers to denary (decimal) numbers, and also converting denary numbers to binary numbers. There are also a few short write in questions as well to test general binary number / computer data storage concepts. I would estimate this should take your students about 30 minutes. Files Included IGCSE Computer Science Binary Review Worksheet.pdf IGCSE Computer Science Binary Review Worksheet.docx Note: You will need the ability to open either .pdf files or .docx files. You also will need the ability to open .zip files. Any modern computer can open .zip files by default, but if you have any issues please leave a comment and I will do my best to help you.
Beginner Python Conditionals Worksheet
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Beginner Python Conditionals Worksheet

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This worksheet was designed to be used by introductory Python students who have learned about conditionals before, but are not too advanced. I recommend using it as an in-class assessment, an unplugged activity, or as a homework sheet. I would estimate that it takes the average student around 20-30 minutes to complete it. Included: Beginner Python Programming - Conditionals Worksheet.docx Beginner Python Programming - Conditionals Worksheet.pdf Beginner Python Conditionals Worksheet - No Answer Key.docx Beginner Python Conditionals Worksheet - No Answer Key.pdf Note: You will need the ability to open either .pdf files or .docx files. You also will need the ability to open .zip files. Any modern computer can open .zip files by default, but if you have any issues please leave a comment and I will do my best to help you.
JavaScript Coding - Spot That Error!
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JavaScript Coding - Spot That Error!

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This worksheet was created to help students learn to debug JavaScript. It is also designed to help students better understand the nuances of JavaScript. I would recommend assigning this as homework as some of the questions may require significant testing. I would say this is best for intermediate-level programmers. Files Included: JavaScript Coding - Spot That Error.docx JavaScript Coding - Spot That Error.pdf Note: You will need the ability to open either .pdf files or .docx files. You also will need the ability to open .zip files. Any modern computer can open .zip files by default, but if you have any issues please leave a comment and I will do my best to help you.
C++ Coding Beginner Programming Assignment: Make a Morse Code Encoder
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C++ Coding Beginner Programming Assignment: Make a Morse Code Encoder

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A great programming assignment for entry level C++ students who have learned about arrays and strings. I begin by teaching a simple example of a ROT-13 cypher since a similar algorithm can be used to solve both problems. This gets students very comfortable with C++ array syntax, and parallel arrays. You can also use this to make sure students are comfortable with the different data types in C++. Product Info: You will need the ability to extract zip files to use this product, it comes with a PDF and .docx of the programming assignment, and also includes two C++ solutions. One which is the basic solution, and one which is the solution to the extra challenges. The code for the extra challenges is commented. I coded this using Visual Studio, but besides the “system(‘pause’);” code it should work on other operating systems.
Coding and Computer Science Word Searches
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Coding and Computer Science Word Searches

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I created these 6 computer science and coding word searches to help my students learn programming vocabulary. I also thought it was a fun C.S. unplugged activity. Included inside are 6 word searches which are all using different vocabulary words (besides one overlap). They vary a lot in which words were chosen, I chose the words based on which come up most in my class. Inside are pdf and .docx versions of each word search. You also will need the ability to open .zip files.
Introductory Arduino Quiz
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Introductory Arduino Quiz

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This is a quiz I made for my Arduino students. It’s not very long, but it does test if a student has a good understanding of the Arduino basics. I would say it takes an average student around 10-15 minutes to do. So, I recommend using this as more of a pop-quiz. Included: 1 .docx file which includes the quiz and answer key, and 1 .pdf file which includes the same. Note: You will need the ability to open zip files to use this. If you are unable to that, you can message me after buying and I will send you the files individually.
Newsela Article Writing Worksheet
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Newsela Article Writing Worksheet

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This sheet was designed to be used with newsela.com material. I have students read an article, then answer the questions on the worksheet. It is useful for encouraging students to read an article analytically. I also have students list new words that they don’t know, so that later I can make sure to review these words. Including reading time (which can vary) I estimate most my students spend about 30 minutes on this worksheet.
Intermediate JavaScript Worksheet
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Intermediate JavaScript Worksheet

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This worksheet was designed for intermediate JavaScript students. It includes function problems, and looping problems. Students should be comfortable with those topics to use this worksheet. I expect it would take the average student around 30 minutes to complete this worksheet. Files Included Intermediate JavaScript Worksheet.pdf Intermediate JavaScript Worksheet.docx Note: You will need the ability to open either .pdf files or .docx files. You also will need the ability to open .zip files. Any modern computer can open .zip files by default, but if you have any issues please leave a comment and I will do my best to help you.
HTML & CSS Coding Review Worksheet II
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HTML & CSS Coding Review Worksheet II

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This was created to be an extension to my original HTML & CSS Coding Review Worksheet. I designed it in a very similar way, and simply upped the difficulty. As with the original, this assumes only extremely minimal conceptual knowledge of JavaScript, and requires no JavaScript coding knowledge at all. It was designed to be a short review worksheet, or a pop quiz. It should take around 15-20 minutes for the average students to complete it. Files Included: HTML and CSS Coding Review Worksheet II - Easy.docx HTML and CSS Coding Review Worksheet II - Easy.pdf HTML and CSS Coding Review Worksheet II.docx HTML and CSS Coding Review Worksheet II.pdf Note: You will need the ability to open either .pdf files or .docx files. You also will need the ability to open .zip files. Any modern computer can open .zip files by default, but if you have any issues please leave a comment and I will do my best to help you.
The First Computer Programmer - An Intermediate ESL Reading Comp Worksheet
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The First Computer Programmer - An Intermediate ESL Reading Comp Worksheet

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This is a worksheet designed for intermediate ESL students. I define intermediate as students possessing around A2-B1 level English. On average, 5th-grade students should be able to read this with only minimal guidance. Including the multiple-choice questions, this article is sufficient for a one-hour class. Included: ada_lovelace_intermediate_esl_worksheet.docx ada_lovelace_intermediate_esl_worksheet.pdf ada_lovelace_intermediate_esl_worksheet_answer_key.docx ada_lovelace_intermediate_esl_worksheet_answer_key.pdf Note: You will need the ability to open either .pdf files or .docx files. You also will need the ability to open .zip files. Any modern computer can open .zip files by default, but if you have any issues please leave a comment and I will do my best to help you.
Intermediate Python Coding - Conditionals
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Intermediate Python Coding - Conditionals

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This is a worksheet I designed for mid-level Python students to help test their general Python skills and conditional skills. Students should know basic data types (int, lists, booleans, etc). Students should also know how to create a basic function and return values from it. For your convenience, I’ve included files with the answer key removed to make printing easier. I also have included the example code solutions in a .py file that you can use as a reference when grading. Files Included: Intermediate Python Coding - Conditionals - No Answer Key.docx Intermediate Python Coding - Conditionals - No Answer Key.pdf Intermediate Python Coding - Conditionals.docx (with the answer key) Intermediate Python Coding - Conditionals.pdf (with the answer key) python_intermediate_conditionals.py Note: You will need the ability to open either .pdf files or .docx files. You also will need the ability to open .zip files. Any modern computer can open .zip files by default, but if you have any issues please leave a comment and I will do my best to help you.
Arduino Vocabulary Worksheet
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Arduino Vocabulary Worksheet

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I teach an ‘Interactive Programming’ class using Arduino and some common sensors/accessories. I like to make sure my students know some of the more important vocabulary, so I created this worksheet to test them and give them practice. Included is the worksheet, and answer key.
Computer Technology Word Scramble
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Computer Technology Word Scramble

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This is a word scramble created using basic computer vocabulary. It focuses on the actual physical pieces of a computer such as, the mouse and keyboard. I primarily used this when introducing my students to what a computer actually is. Note: You will need the ability to open .zip files to use this resource. I have also included an answer key inside.
Introduction to Java - Variables Homework Sheet
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Introduction to Java - Variables Homework Sheet

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This is a great way to have your student’s practice variables in Java. It focuses mainly on int and string data types. Though, it does encourage them to use other variable types, and there are multiple right answers. There are 6 questions which cover variables, and a little bit of how output works in Java. Note: You will need the ability to open .docx files to use this product. Included is a total of 4 pages, including the answer key.