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Python Programming for Beginners to Advanced Learners (24 Lesson Course)
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over 4 weeks
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Welcome to Intermediate Python Programming - Text Based Adventure Game Edition an exciting four week course where we will learn how to build a text based adventure game in python. The great thing about the game is that it can be whatever you want it to be, adventure, mystery, or just a story about everyday life. If you already have experience with python and know about variables, lists, and loops, and are ready for an intermediate level course, this adventure is for you. We will learn the...
Students are going to expand their knowledge of basic python variables, loops, and lists with a project that involves functions and other more advanced features of python. We will cover if statements, create some simulated chat characters, and use random elements and numbers to build the game.
I love teaching programming using fun and interesting examples because it helps students go farther than learning hard to contextualize concepts. Understanding what we are doing and why means that students will be able to apply algebraic concepts (like x+y) having understood examples like (red bike + blue bike) in a way that has context and meaning.
Each week students will need to do about an hour of work on their game, to make sure they are ready for the next class.
We will be programming everything collaboratively, no software is needed. The code will be shared in the classroom following the class. The programs needed for programming are all free and available online (like pythonanywhere.com) or by downloading python and an IDE (like Sublime Text or Geany).
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
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