ABCD code task
1. Students receive a worksheet with questions. Each question has four answer suggestions.
2. The answers are not marked with the letters ABCD. Numbers were used instead of letters.
Example version simple:
Example version advanced – letters to alphabetic numbers
instead of letter A, number 9,
instead of letter B, number 6,
instead of letter C, number 2,
instead of letter D, number 3.
If we need number 9 – letter I
If we need number 6 – letter F
If we need number 2 – letter B
If we need number 3 – letter C
3. Simple version: after selecting the answer, students receive four digits – this is the code.
Advanced version: after selecting the answer, students receive four letter code. Each letter should be converted to a number. The number of the appropriate letter is its order in the NAVO alphabet:
A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, E=5, F=7, G=8, H=9
*Attention! in this case there is no 0
4. The code opens the padlock with the next puzzle / element needed, etc.