Task 4 – Option 2


Question:
Create or find a classroom resource that teaches students about creating strong passwords, passcodes or passphrases.

Differentiation:

Beginner List the five elements that good passwords need from a bank. Score passwords 1 to 5 based on five elements.

Easy List the five elements that good passwords need from a bank of jumbled up words. Score passwords 1 to 5 based on five elements. Improve passwords by changing letters to numbers and small case letters to uppercase letters.

Tricky List the five elements that good passwords need from a bank of jumbled up words. Score passwords 1 to 5 based on five elements. Improve passwords by changing letters to numbers and small case letters to uppercase letters. Identify what is wrong with some passwords.

Expert List the five elements that good passwords need – no bank. Score passwords 1 to 5 based on five elements. Improve passwords by changing letters to numbers and small case letters to uppercase letters. Identify what is wrong with some passwords. Sort passwords into good and bad columns in a table.

Brainbox List the five elements that good passwords need – no bank. Score passwords 1 to 5 based on five elements. Improve passwords by changing letters to numbers and small case letters to uppercase letters. Identify what is wrong with some passwords. Sort passwords into good and bad columns in a table. Create passwords with varying scores.

Genius List the five elements that good passwords need – no bank. Score passwords 1 to 5 based on five elements. Improve passwords by changing letters to numbers and small case letters to uppercase letters. Identify what is wrong with some passwords. Sort passwords into good and bad columns in a table. Create passwords with varying scores. Circle the 25 most hackable passwords.

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