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### Lesson 2 - Directions

During this lesson, pupils will think about the language used to give directions and how precise it needs to be. Pupils will also work with a partner, giving and following instructions. This real-world activity should, at suitable points during this lesson, be related to the floor robot that was introduced in the...

### Lesson 1 - Buttons

This lesson introduces the pupils to floor robots, such as beebots. Pupils will talk about what the buttons might do and then try the buttons out. Time will be spent linking an outcome to a button press. Pupils will consider the direction command buttons, as well as buttons to clear memory and run programs.

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### Programming A – Moving a robot overview

In this unit, Year 1 pupils will explore the ideas around Programming, through learning how to work and use a basic robot. Teach Computing have provided a detailed Unit Overview and Learning Graph which explain each theme and how they link together across the unit of learning.

In the unit overview, each...

### Lesson 6 - Answering questions

In this lesson, pupils will decide how to group objects to answer questions. They will compare their groups by thinking about how they are similar or different, and they will record what they find. They will then share what they have found with their peers.

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### Lesson 5 - Comparing groups

In this lesson, pupils will choose how they want to group different objects by properties. They will begin to compare and describe groups of objects, then they will record the number of objects in each group.

Learning objectives

• To compare groups of objects
• I can choose how to...

### Lesson 4 - Making different groups

In this lesson, pupils will classify objects based on their properties. They will group objects that have similar properties, and will be able to explain how they have grouped these. Pupils will begin to group a number of the same objects in different ways, and will demonstrate their ability to count these...

### Lesson 3 - Describe an object

In this lesson, pupils will begin to understand that objects can be described in many different ways. They will identify the properties of objects and begin to understand that properties can be used to group objects; for example, objects can be grouped by colour or size. Finally, pupils will demonstrate their...

### Lesson 2 - Group and count

In this lesson, pupils will begin to think about grouping objects based on what the objects are. They will demonstrate the ability to count a small number of objects before they group them, and will then begin to show that they can count groups of objects with the same property. Pupils will also begin to learn that...

### Lesson 1 - Label and match

In this lesson, pupils will begin to understand that objects have many different labels that can be used to put them into groups. They will name different objects and begin to experiment with placing them into different groups. Pupils will also label a group of objects, and begin to understand that an object can...

### Data and information – Grouping data overview

In this unit, Year 1 will explore the ideas around Data and Information, through grouping data. Teach Computing have provided a detailed Unit Overview and Learning Graph which explain each theme and how they link together across the unit of learning.

In the...