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Content description VCDTCD023

Digital Technologies / Levels 3 and 4 / Creating Digital Solutions
Content description
Define simple problems, and describe and follow a sequence of steps and decisions involving branching and user input (algorithms) needed to solve them
  1. stating the nature of the problem and some of its features, such as what need is associated with the problem, who has the problem and why does the problem exist
  2. describing, using drawings, pictures and text, the sequence of steps and decisions in a solution, for example preparing a chart to show the order of events in a game and the decisions that a player must make
  3. experimenting with different ways of describing a set of instructions, for example writing two versions of the same simple set of instructions for a programmable robotic device
  4. explaining to others how to follow technical instructions, for example demonstrating how to capture and download images from a mobile device
  5. defining and describing the sequence of steps needed to incorporate multiple types of data in a solution, for example charting the sequence of steps in selecting and downloading images and sound to create a book trailer
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