CT5.17 – Representing Colors

Encoding color as part of the digital pixel.

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Description

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In this lesson students are asked to consider how color is represented on a computer and to imagine how it might be encoded in binary and in hexadecimal. Though similar to black and white monochrome image encoding, now students will encode a color element along with the digital pixel. 


A Summary

Minimum Grade Best for students 3rd grade and up
Complexity Level Easy
Length 20 minutes / Class
Subject Area Color encoding

Target Audience

We think this material can be understand by students as young as 3rd grade.

Testing?

YES. This lesson will involve playing online games and reaching a score before the end of the lesson.

The lesson will include a short quiz on recognizing colors based simply on seeing the hexadecimal values.