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trivia chatbot

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trivia chatbot

Students will advance through self-paced exercises in which they will program a chatbot in Python.
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Trivia Chatbot

ABOUT trivia chatbot


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15 Exercises

With 15 game-creation challenges, Trivia Chatbot takes around an hour to complete.


6-8 grade

Students should be 12 years or older to play. We recommend completing the Coding Adventure hour of code activity prior.

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Real Coding

Using what they learned in Coding Adventure, students program a trivia chatbot in Python.

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Chatbot Interface

Students will master keyboard user-interface and game mechanics.

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Standards alignment


Trivia Chatbot aligns to the CSTA and Common Core standards so you know you are bringing a quality curriculum to your students.

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