Computer Programming 1
Suggested Prerequisites: Digital Literacy, Computer Science Principles, or Teacher Approval
Core Standards of the Course
Students will be familiar with and use a programming language IDE (Integrated Development Environment).
Demonstrate concept knowledge of different languages.
Demonstrate the ability to use an IDE.
Use an IDE to create a solution to solve a problem.
Students will understand program development methodology and best practices.
Demonstrate the ability to use good programming style.
Understand the ordered software development life cycle.
Identify the components of a programming language syntax.
Demonstrate knowledge of program development methodology through a project.
Students will understand and implement key programming concepts.
Understand and implement input and output commands.
Understand and implement data types and variables.
Understand and implement operators and operands.
Understand and implement expressions in a program.
Understand and implement functions.
Understand and implement complex data types.
Write one or more programs that demonstrate effective use of the key programming concepts defined in Strand 3.
Understand and implement control structures.
Understand and implement IF statements in a program.
Understand and implement basic loop structures in programs.
Understand and implement expressions and complex conditions in control structures.
Write one or more programs that demonstrate effective use of control structures.
Students will be aware of career opportunities in the Computer Programming/Software Engineering industry and ethical applications.
Investigate career opportunities, trends, and requirements related to computer programming/software engineering careers.
Understand current ethical issues dealing with computer programming and information in society.
Develop awareness of career opportunities in the computer programming/software engineering industry ethical applications.
Workplace Skills taught:
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