Date of lesson: 12/9-11/2014Grade you'll be teaching: 1st-5thWhat app will you be using: Leader (s): MittTeam Members: Sydney, Spencer, Johnson, Gage, Nicolas, Cameron


Introduction and Hook

What will be your "hook" for today? We will tell them how excited we are to teach them, and when they complete the Hour of Code, we will give them some candy.Who will welcome students: SydneyWhat will be the instructions: We will show them the video of coding Flappy Bird, and then they will get to create their own Flappy Bird game!What will be on the board: The board will have a big welcome sign on it. We will also write that we are excited that we get to teach them. We also might use the board for instructions if we need to.Who will be "running" the computer: NicolasWhat will be on the student computers: MittWill the student computers be logged in with a certain ID? They will be logged in with their ID, but if they do not know it or if there are technical problems, we will use our IDs.

During Class

List what will be done in class - list the approximate amount of time on each (if you know).1. Welcome and Salutation - 2 minutes2. Flappy Bird video - 1:30 minutes3. Make own Flappy Bird (Hour of Code) - 35 minutes4. Notes and Certificate - 7 minutes5. Candy- 5 minutes6. Start to end class, and tell the students that we were happy to teach them!

Ending Class

What time will you start wrapping up class? 3-4 minutes before class ends.

Additional Material


Who will be making make your handouts: Mitt, Spencer, Cameron, and SydneyWhat will you hand the students to take home to their parents? We will have a note explaining what the Hour of Code is, and then we will print a certificate (from "Certification of Completion" after they have done some coding.

Additional Jobs

Who will be the "photographer": Mitt Patel
Anything you need from Mrs. Davis?Nothing at this moment is needed, but we do need her support if any technical issues happen!Reflection and Evaluation
We introduced the kids to our Hour of Code lesson, and we told them what to do. We showed them the Flappy Bird introduction video after we told them we are going to make their own custom version of Flappy Bird. Spencer and Mitt made the handouts for our team. Gage took the pictures. Johnson was the person who went around helping others if people needed help. Sydney helped around in all aspects to make the Hour of Code a success. After their Hour of Code was complete, we printed their certificates, and Mitt passed out candy. All the kids and students then took a group photo. The Hour of Code was then finished. Our group then went a second time. The Hour of Code was a success.