The focus of this lesson is for you to interpret and create flowcharts. You will use your knowledge of writing simple sequences and subroutines to follow a flowchart, and write the code that it represents. You will be given time to write your own simple flowcharts in order to practise using the symbols that you have learnt during the lesson. This is an introduction to flowchart design and will be built upon throughout the unit.
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Lesson summary: Flowcharts
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