Arduino: Unit 3 - Grade 9

This is the third Unit in Grade 9 Arduino. This unit explains how the Arduino board processes digital and analog signals differently and introduces programming skills that allow you to utilize the Arduino board for various outcomes.

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This is the first learning activity in Grade 9 Arduino: Unit 3. In this activity, students will learn the difference between analog and digital signals and how the Arduino board processes these signals differently. In addition, the concept of variables in programming will be introduced. Students will also explore new functions on the Arduino IDE while they use a new component, potentiometer, as an input device.

This is the first learning activity in Grade 9 Arduino: Unit 3. In this activity, students will learn the difference between analog and digital signals and how the Arduino board processes these signals differently. In addition, the concept of variables in programming will be introduced. Students will also explore new functions on the Arduino IDE while they use a new component, potentiometer, as an input device.

This is the third learning activity in Grade 9 Arduino: Unit 3. In this activity, students will learn how to repeat a block of codes by using the for () Loop function. In addition, students will understand the concept of an array in Arduino programming and how to use an array in their code. Last, students will explore how functions work in Arduino and create their own function.

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