Explain


Explain[1]” requires students to describe[2] in detail the “what” and the “why”, in order to clarify information.

This means to provide[3] reasons for, to account for, to provide a clear answer, to clarify. Logical reasons are provided.

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1. Explain. “Explain” requires students to describe in detail the “what” and the “why”, in order to clarify information. This means to provide reasons for, to account for, to provide a clear answer, to clarify. Logical reasons are provided. Related Articles: RoboticsProgress Outcomes – Computational Thinking MatrixGlossary: Comment (in Programming)Glossary: Conceptual statement (in a developed brief)Glossary: Guide1 […]
2. describe. Detail and/or characterise; to give an account by giving details of the characteristics. This means to identify and give an account of; to make reference to the qualities, characteristics or recognisable features. A simple explanation can also be included. Related Articles: RoboticsProgress Outcomes – Computational Thinking MatrixGlossary: Comment (in Programming)Glossary: Conceptual statement (in a developed […]
3. provide. When information have been given to the user, developer, designer, tester. Related Articles: RoboticsProgress Outcomes – Computational Thinking MatrixGlossary: Comment (in Programming)Glossary: Conceptual statement (in a developed brief)Glossary: Guide1 Comments1.02 Develop a Design for a Digital Outcome (91877 L1 3cr)1.07 Develop a computer program (91883 L1 4cr)Updating your progressCollecting Customer FeedbackComputational Thinking« Back to Glossary […]