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Build a flow chart to show the early achievements of computer scientists in the early days of the modern computer.
Students research the development of modern computer technology using library and electronic resources. Find out about the ENIAC, the first computer, which was introduced on February 14, 1946. Discuss the origins of the modern computer and the use of flow charts to create programming.
On poster board, use a ruler and Crayola® Markers to map out an array of blocks and arrows to resemble a flow chart.
In each block, and in chronological order, write the date and brief information about various developments in computer technology.
Add a jagged line border at top and bottom with various marker colors. Stop at flow chart blocks to give the illusion that the border continues beneath the blocks. Make small line drawings of researchers and scientists in empty spaces.
Explore cultures through clothing, using a variety of Crayola Colored Pencils and construction paper to make 3-D models
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