Algorithm: A set of instructions that can be repeated.
Program: An algorithm for a computer.
Code: Parts of a program. How we write algorithms for computers.
Block: An object with an algorithm inside of it. We can put blocks together to make a program.
Fourth Grade Lesson
Week: 13 -- lessonID: 369
What is programming? Why should I learn to code a computer? How will this help me to be a learner?
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