INTRODUCTION (PART 1)
To enable students to understand :-
The term Input, Process and Output
A control technology
Used everyday – control and monitors specific
Input Process Output
Example : Washing machine, electric kettle
will carry out
Result of the
Example : You have to press a
button to open the train door
Input : Button is pressed
Process : Instruction send to the control
Output : Door opens
What is a Flowchart?
A flowchart is a diagram that
represents a set of instructions.
Flowcharts normally use
standard symbols to represent
the different types of
Direction of flow Connector
Flow chart Question :
1. Students were asked to input their answers for the question
“ Which is the best subject?”
2. If their answer = “Computer Science”, then the system will
display “Of course it is!”
3. Else, it will display output “Try Again!” and go back to Step 1
Create a flowchart that will determine if car’s
headlights are ON.
If they are ON, then do nothing. If they are OFF,
then turn them ON.
A student whose average marks is above 75 is awarded a star.
Fill in the following phrases in the flowchart for finding if a student gets a
star or not.
• Award a star
• Do better to get a star
• Is average greater than 75