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AR 9-12: CSL3.5.4

CodeHS Lessons

Evaluate the qualities of level-appropriate algorithms. NOTE: Evaluation tools can include, but are not limited to, a code review and test cases. Qualities can include correctness, usability, readability, efficiency, portability, and scalability.

2.7 Commenting Your Code
2.13 Control Structures Example
2.17 Karel Challenges
2.7 Commenting Your Code
2.13 Control Structures Example
2.16 Karel Challenges
1.7 Commenting Your Code
1.13 Control Structures Example
1.16 Karel Challenges
2.7 Commenting Your Code
2.13 Control Structures Example
2.16 Karel Challenges
11.7 Commenting Your Code
11.13 Control Structures Example
11.16 Karel Challenges
11.7 Commenting Your Code
11.13 Control Structures Example
11.16 Karel Challenges
11.7 Commenting Your Code
11.13 Control Structures Example
11.16 Karel Challenges
11.7 Commenting Your Code
11.13 Control Structures Example
11.16 Karel Challenges
11.7 Commenting Your Code
11.13 Control Structures Example
11.16 Karel Challenges
11.7 Commenting Your Code
11.13 Control Structures Example
11.16 Karel Challenges
11.7 Commenting Your Code
11.13 Control Structures Example
11.16 Karel Challenges
11.7 Commenting Your Code
11.13 Control Structures Example
11.16 Karel Challenges
6.7 Commenting Your Code
6.13 Control Structures Example
6.16 Karel Challenges
11.7 Commenting Your Code
11.13 Control Structures Example
11.16 Karel Challenges
11.7 Commenting Your Code
11.13 Control Structures Example
11.16 Karel Challenges
1.7 Commenting Your Code
1.13 Control Structures Example
1.16 Karel Challenges
30.1 Let's Build Mastermind
6.5 Exceptions
18.1 Let's Build Mastermind
13.1 Advanced Challenges with Tracy
6.5 Exceptions
7.4 Functions
15.1 Advanced Challenges with Tracy
7.18 Exceptions
7.4 Providing Feedback