- Understanding Structure
- Understanding Documentation
- Mainline Logic
- Hierarchy Charts
- Good Program Design
Dann, W., Cooper, S. and Pausch, R. (2012).Learning to Program with ALICE, (3rded.).New York, NY: Prentice Hall (customized for Pearson Publishing, Inc. ISBN-10: 0-13-212247-2.
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Learning Objectives =
- Explain the process for designing and developing by save on” href=”http://www.homeworkmarket.com/content/intro-programming-flowchart-storyboard-need-1a-1b-2a-done#”>software.
- Examine the advantages of modularizing software.
- Plan the logic for a software application
- Implement good software development practices.
Chapter 3 (in Alice): Programming: Putting Together the Pieces
Review Chapter 3 Power Point Presentation
(1)Discussion Board Activity Post. Respond in 3-4 well researched short paragraphs.
(a) There are three basic structures in programming â€“ sequence, selection, and loops. Discuss the use of each structure. As part of your discussion, include an example of each. Your example may be drawn from as every-day activity as opposed to a programming solution.
(b). Discuss how the use of a Storyboard can be an essential tool in the Program Development Process.
Support your view with evidence, explanations and credible references.
(2)Week 2 Homework Assignment:
(a) Create a FLOWCHART and a STORYBOARD of the following
Using Problem #6 on page 85, plan the logic necessary to move the dragon to and then around the blimp. To satisify the dragon’s curiosity, he needs to circle the blimp 3 times. You may use Microsoft WordÂ® for your Storyboard and Microsoft PowerPointÂ® for your flowchart.
Pg 85 #6. Blimp and Dragon
Create a scene as shown below with a blimp (Vehicle) and a dragon (Medieval). In this
fantasy scene, the dragon has found a blimp and is curious. The dragon flies around the
blimp to check it out. Write a program to have the dragon move to the blimp and then
fly around it (lengthwise) three times.