TEJ3M/4M – Sept 19, 2014

I began the class today by doing some puzzles at the start of the class.  These puzzles are called “rebus puzzles” which I will do on most Fridays (depending on how the week goes).  Here is a link to where I get most of the puzzles from that we do in class (http://www.puzzlesoup.com/).  After doing the puzzles, I then told the students that I would be doing a lesson titled “Converting Octal & Hex to Binary (and vice versa)”.  I wanted to show the students how to convert octal and hex numbers to binary numbers.  I was only able to get to go over converting octal to binary numbers and vice versa today.  I told the students I would continue with the lesson on Mon Sept 22 with converting hex to binary (and vice versa).  I will also go over how to convert from hex to octal (and vice versa) on Mon Sept 22 as well because it is related to this lesson.  I will post some worksheets below for students to try converting octal to binary (and vice versa) and hex to binary (and vice versa) for those students that want to try it.

Below you will find a copies of the handouts/worksheets that were distributed/assigned in today’s class.

Sept 19 – Lesson – Converting Octal & Hex to Binary (and vice versa)

Sept 19 – Octal to Binary Conversion (students can try this worksheet, but I will get the students to try this sheet on Mon Sept 22 after the lesson)

Sept 19 – Binary to Octal Conversion (students can try this worksheet, but I will get the students to try this sheet on Mon Sept 22 after the lesson)

Sept 19 – Hex to Binary Conversion (students can try this worksheet, but I will get the students to try this sheet on Mon Sept 22 after the lesson)

Sept 19 – Binary to Hex Conversion (students can try this worksheet, but I will get the students to try this sheet on Mon Sept 22 after the lesson)

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