This lesson allows pupils to create and amend simple one-dimensional lists in Python. This lesson 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, 2 videos to teach key skills and lots of practical programming practice. It also includes a comprehensive teacher’s lesson plan including the answers to all the programming challenges.
Please note: This lesson does assume the pupils are confident with using basic programming constructs of sequence, selection (if statements) and iteration (while and for loops).
Duration: 1 lesson
Please Note: This lesson deals with one-dimensional lists only. It does not teacher pupils about two-dimensional lists as that is covered in another lesson.
This lesson teaches pupils about:
- Creating simple 1D lists
- Displaying the list
- Displaying the list with each item on a separate line
- Displaying single items in a list
- Adding data to the end of a list
- Adding data to a specific position in the list
- Altering data in a list
- Removing data from a list
- Finding the length of a list
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