Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will use the 'if... then... else...' structure in algorithms and programs. We will revisit the need for selection to ensure conditions are repeatedly checked and will use this knowledge to write our own programs.


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3 Questions

Which shows the action that will be carried out when the condition is false?
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Correct answer: C
What will happen if the green flag is clicked to run this program?
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Correct answer: The sprite will change colour continuously
The sprite will change colour once
The sprite will increase in size
"When I press key q, my sprite doesn't do anything." Why does this happen?
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Correct answer: A forever loop hasn't been used
The condition is incorrect
The sprite hasn't been reset on the page
There is not enough space for the sprite to move 10 steps