|Read chapter 5 in the course packet|
|Review the slides Program Design|
|Complete lab #8, due by 11:59pm on Tuesday.|
|Complete lab #9, due by 11:59pm on Thursday.|
|Complete project #3, due by 11:59pm on Sunday night.|
|Take the first exam. It will be in the testing center until Wednesday.|
It is expected that you will meet the objectives outlined here by the end of the week. You might want to test yourself to see how well you fare. You can be guaranteed that you will be tested on these concepts on your first midterm. By the end of this unit, you should be able to:
The slides on the course web site are used to focus the presentation of the course material in class. Be sure to go through the practice material at the end of each slide set on your own. These practice sessions will help make sure that you understand the material presented.
Computer programming is all about solving problems. To become a good programmer, you must sharpen your problem solving skills. Programming requires that you be able to
This week you should complete labs 8 and 9. These labs will give you some practice at solving a simple word problem. You will need to use some basic geometry to complete these labs. You should know how to compute the area of a circle and the area of a square.
This week you should complete your third programming project. It will test your abilities to design, code and test a C# program.
The first midterm continues this week in the classroom testing center.
There is a study guide for this exam at http://debryro.uvsc.edu/1400/studyOne.html. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to finish the exam. The exam is open book and has no time limit.
You can find information on the classroom testing center at http://www.uvu.edu/testingservices/.
If you are an internet student who cannot come to the testing center to take your exams, you must make arrangements through the Distance Education office for an exam proctor. The Distance Education help page is at http://www.uvu.edu/de/