LOGO and natural
General plan of the book
If you are not sure
why you should learn a programming language or why - if you decide to take the
plunge - it is a good idea to choose LOGO, you should read this section.
- Part One. Getting started in LOGO
One provides a basic introduction to programming in LOGO. Unless you are using
this course as a refresher, it will be best to work through the sections in this
part before attempting Part Two.
- Part Two.
The LOGO systems provided in Part Two assume the level of
competence acquired via Part One (or by some other means). They are grouped
into three subsections on linguistic grounds. There is considerable variation
in their degree of difficulty.
The appendices include a reference
section and a logo toolbox
Feedback, modifications and additions One of the virtues of an
electronic textbook is that it is readily open to modification in the light of
feedback from users. I am keen to have comments on both the content and
structure of this course.
I hope that Part Two will extend over time. Any
Logo authors who might wish to contribute a unit to appear under their own name
should also feel free to contact me.
Department of Linguistic Science
The University of Reading