Coding & Tech
Java Programming II - Intermediate Level
In this course, the student will learn Object-Oriented-Programming and the more advanced logic of the Java programming language. Experience with control statements and loops is expected. This is the second step towards the AP course.
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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This is an Intermediate course that assumes prior knowledge of programming and IDEs. The student will use the NetBeans IDE to create programs using the intermediate logic, technical vocabulary, advanced control structures, loops, and data structures. Projects will be completed using advanced logic and code will be discussed in class to ensure understanding. The projects will move quickly to data structures such as arrays; therefore, prior coding knowledge is essential. We will meet in an...
Students will code and run programs starting with intermediate/advanced logic. The class will proceed through control structures including 'if', 'if-else', and the 3 basic loops very quickly then on to data structures such as arrays and data manipulation. Screen input/output, as well as file input/output will be covered.
Most of the coding will occur during class time and include group discussions on alternative styles and solutions. Some homework will be completed outside of class to be present/uploaded during class. Online research will be required for vocabulary expansion and analysis of existing code.
A USB able to hold at least 16 Gb would be useful in saving or off loading completed programs.
There will be a final letter grade and written assessment to record additional topics the student should work on. This evaluation would be only for students moving on to programming II.
4 hours 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Susan FrederickTechnology for Middle/High School through AP Computer Science A
13 total reviews
9 completed classes
I have been teaching for 30+ years. For more than 20 years, I have taught AP Computer Science A and all the classes that lead to that level. Courses that I have taught include Intro to Programming using Java Applets, Programming I and II, Honors...