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After a few basic points based on the last assignment, we began by talking about object oriented programming (in general). Examples were adduced from the physical world to help teach the basic points. We then began working on a basic shape calculating program, steadily building the basic concepts of public / private scope, public methods, getters / setters, constructors, and the use of self-created packages. In the course of our discussion, some basic CIS topics were discussed informally (binary numbers and keyboard input) to help explain some questions he had about the assignment and the work that we were currently doing. We finished with an assignment that requires the writing of two classes; one to model rectangle calculations and another to model right triangular ones.
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Today, we covered the iterative method for calculating roots. The student's code was working for the example given, but we will be working to learn how alter the code in order to handle slight changes to a situation.
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This evening, the student and I worked on another practice exam for the science and engineering competition. I reviewed and taught her about arrays, including 2-dimensional arrays. She is starting to absorb the more-complex material.
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We covered some basics of computer programming, including the main function, primitive data types, and syntax. We also practiced a couple math problems using for loops, and I left the student with a practice problem for next week. I will provide some websites and books that may interest him then.
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We went through some free response questions. The student was comfortable doing the first few problems but struggled with the questions toward the end. He is quick to catch himself when he makes errors, and I think the free response questions are helping him improve more than the multiple choice ones.
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We went over generics, the difference between pass-by-value and pass-by-reference, and then did a couple practice Free Response Questions. The student seemed very open to the first two concepts and a couple quick examples did the job. I gave him a short guideline on how to go about solving the free response questions.
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