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Task 4

Code making and Code breaking!

 

During the second World War, both sides used secret codes to send messages in the hope that the enemy wouldn't be able to intercept and solve the message.

 

One way they did this was to use something called morse code.

 

If you click the link below, you will find some information and worksheets using morse code - you could have a go at these if you can print them off, or if you look online at the morse code alphabet, try to write your name in morse code on a piece of paper.

Click the small icon to open up the Morse Code worksheet

If you aren't able to view the worksheet, or find it a bit tricky, try this code;

1=a

2=b

3=c

4=d

5=e

6=f

7=g

8=h

9=i

10=j

11=k

12=l

13=m

14=n

15=o

16=p

17=q

18=r

19=s

20=t

21=u

22=v

23=w

24=x

25=y

26=z

 

Try to write you name in code; eg

 

23, 9, 14, 19, 20, 15, 14,    3, 8, 21, 18, 3, 8, 9, 12, 12

 

This is code for Winston Churchill (remember to leave a space between words and to put a comma after each letter/number

 

Can you write some messages for someone at home?

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