9/1/15 – Do Now Interactive Log – “Binary Code” –a coding system using the binary digits 0 and 1 to represent a letter, digit, or other character in a computer or other electronic device.
We use a 10 base decimal number system. What base number system does binary use?
An example of the decimal number 5 in binary looks like this: 00101
Now, convert the decimal number 19 into binary code: 19 =
7th Grade & 8th Grade
I CAN..decode(make out; break apart) base 2 number system called binary and reproduce(copy; repeat) the result(give an answer; consequence) of converted decimal numbers.
I CAN…sort(group; classify) the difference between a bit, byte, nybble, kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, & terabyte and organize(put in order; arrange) them based on size.
We are going to finish working on the unplugged binary activity packet. So get with your partner and begin.
We will also learn how to count in binary on our hand. Comic
Then students will be give problems to solve in binary using the Rally Coach Method. See the video below for how this works:
We may also have time to make Binary Flippy Charts