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Course:Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles
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Pathway:APCSP Knowledge Topics
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Unit:29 - Standard Computer Data Systems
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Objective:Students will be able to convert common CS number system bases and the ASCII character set
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Project Description:A journal dictating 10, 16 and 2 based number systems along with their ASCII character equivalents will be created along with some examples of common question types and common knowledge required to answer questions on the APCSP exam
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Resources:All materials are posted on http://www.scottbunin.com
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Discussion Topics:Why do people count in a 10 base system? Why do computers use a 2 base system? Why is having an ASCII character set important?
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Vocabulary:APCSP, 10 based, 2 based, 16 based, ASCII, digits, deci, decimal, value
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Extra help:Extra help will be available in person or online through email. The teacher will schedule help based on individual needs. Students who need to make up instruction time and classwork due to lack of attendance may do so if the absence was excused.
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Grouping:Students will be creating their projects independently. Students are encouraged to work towards a professional rapport with peers to exchange technical tips but are not obligated to provide extensive tutoring. Students who tutor peers by teacher request will earn credit for their exceptional performance.
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Teachers Notes:Students in APCSP 16-17 were surprisingly pleased with a more collegiate, fast paced lecture/discussion style class. 17/18 Students eager to be challenged by the mathematically based CS.
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Timing (Minutes):Activity Breakdown
Day 1
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0Check in/Attendance:

The teacher will check on and positively reinforce starting assignments upon entering class and continuing to work for the entire period. Students may be reminded to comply with school and class policy on a case-by-case basis or as a class.

Students who arrive on time, follow rules and work the entire scheduled class will receive credit under the participation grade. If resources are available, the teacher will mark the credit immediately.
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15Gather Information (Lecture/Note taking):

The teacher will direct students to written notes on web site and assign students to write 4 slides of technical data in their journal. Students who complete the writing assignment early may begin to implement the directions on their own. Students may choose to focus on writing or ask questions.

Student journal writing will be evaluated as a formative grade based on completeness. Students who write all the four slides will receive full credit. Quiz questions will be based on information in the journal.
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15Implement Directions:

Students will use their technical journals and online data to create their own original problems set of information. Students are encouraged to assist each other. The teacher will monitor and assist individuals or call together small groups depending on class needs.

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0-15Class Discussion (optional):

The teacher will lead the class in a discussion using accountable speech. Students will be encouraged to interact with each other to compare ideas and share strategies that have been found to be successful.

Students will earn credit towards the participation grade and may earn additional credit beyond the 100% for exceptional performances that enrich the classroom community.
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12Implement Directions (part 2):

Students will use their technical journals and online data to create their own original problems set of information. Students are encouraged to assist each other. The teacher will monitor and assist individuals or call together small groups depending on class needs.

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3Students will be reminded of proper exit procedures such as how to save, logging out and restoring work station to an organized, clean environment.
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Timing (Minutes):Activity Breakdown
Day 2
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0Check in/Attendance:

The teacher will check on and positively reinforce starting assignments upon entering class and continuing to work for the entire period. Students may be reminded to comply with school and class policy on a case-by-case basis or as a class.

Students who arrive on time, follow rules and work the entire scheduled class will receive credit under the participation grade. If resources are available, the teacher will mark the credit immediately.
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15Gather Information (Lecture/Note taking):

The teacher will direct students to written notes on web site and assign students to write the second set of 4 slides of technical data in their journal. Students who complete the writing assignment early may begin to implement the directions on their own. Students may choose to focus on writing or ask questions.

Student journal writing will be evaluated as a formative grade based on completeness. Students who write all the four slides will receive full credit. Quiz questions will be based on information in the journal.
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15Implement Directions:

Students will use their technical journals and online data to create their own original problems. Students are encouraged to assist each other. The teacher will monitor and assist individuals or call together small groups depending on class needs.

The project will be recorded as a summative grade. Students are encouraged to submit work, even if it is imperfect, for initial credit and then improve for increased credit. Resubmissions are permitted within one week of assignment due date so long as the time extension does not go past the end of a semester.
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0-15Class Discussion (optional):

The teacher will lead the class in a discussion using accountable speech. Students will be encouraged to interact with each other to compare ideas and share strategies that have been found to be successful.

Students will earn credit towards the participation grade and may earn additional credit beyond the 100% for exceptional performances that enrich the classroom community.
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12Implement Directions (part 2):

After hopefully having gained insight from peers and teachers through discussion, students will continue to use their technical journals and online data to create their own original projects. Students are encouraged to assist each other. The teacher will monitor and assist individuals or call together small groups depending on class needs.

The project will be recorded as a summative grade. Students are encouraged to submit work, even if it is imperfect, for initial credit and then improve for increased credit. Resubmissions are permitted within one week of assignment due date so long as the time extension does not go past the end of a semester.
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3Students will be reminded of proper exit procedures such as how to save, logging out and restoring work station to an organized, clean environment.
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Timing (Minutes):Activity Breakdown
Day 3
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0Check in/Attendance:

The teacher will check on and positively reinforce starting assignments upon entering class and continuing to work for the entire period. Students may be reminded to comply with school and class policy on a case-by-case basis or as a class.

Students who arrive on time, follow rules and work the entire scheduled class will receive credit under the participation grade. If resources are available, the teacher will mark the credit immediately.
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15Quiz:

The teacher or their designated assistants will distribute a written quiz. The quiz will be completed independently. Students will be directed towards seating that will separate them from peers (such as one student at computer station, one student at desk). Students may schedule extra help to retake the quiz and receive credit for the higher grade. However, all students must take the quiz as scheduled.

The quiz will be recorded as a summative grade.
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15Implement Directions:

Students will use their technical journals and online data to create their own original problems. Students are encouraged to assist each other. The teacher will monitor and assist individuals or call together small groups depending on class needs.

The project will be recorded as a summative grade. Students are encouraged to submit work, even if it is imperfect, for initial credit and then improve for increased credit. Resubmissions are permitted within one week of assignment due date so long as the time extension does not go past the end of a semester.
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0-15Class Discussion (optional):

The teacher will lead the class in a discussion using accountable speech. Students will be encouraged to interact with each other to compare ideas and share strategies that have been found to be successful.

Students will earn credit towards the participation grade and may earn additional credit beyond the 100% for exceptional performances that enrich the classroom community.
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12Implement Directions (part 2):

After hopefully having gained insight from peers and teachers through discussion, students will continue to use their technical journals and online data to create their own original projects. Students are encouraged to assist each other. The teacher will monitor and assist individuals or call together small groups depending on class needs.

The project will be recorded as a summative grade. Students are encouraged to submit work, even if it is imperfect, for initial credit and then improve for increased credit. Resubmissions are permitted within one week of assignment due date so long as the time extension does not go past the end of a semester.
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3Students will be reminded of proper exit procedures such as how to save, logging out and restoring work station to an organized, clean environment.
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Timing (Minutes):Activity Breakdown
Day 4
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0Check in/Attendance:

The teacher will check on and positively reinforce starting assignments upon entering class and continuing to work for the entire period. Students may be reminded to comply with school and class policy on a case-by-case basis or as a class.

Students who arrive on time, follow rules and work the entire scheduled class will receive credit under the participation grade. If resources are available, the teacher will mark the credit immediately.
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10Grow/Glow Feedback Protocol:

Students will be directed as to the proper format for advising peers on how to improve or what has been done well by peers as peers present their work for this unit. Students will be reminded that a deficiency is a lacking of fulfillment of rubric requirements and the students as people are not to be judged. Students will complete their observations in written form in their journal. The journal format will list the presenter's name, a sentence for what was done well, and a sentence for what could be done to improve.

Student participation in the presentation and their professional feedback will earn points towards the participation grade. Student documentation in their journal will count towards their journal grade.
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45Grow/Glow Feedback Implementation:

Students will be directed to present their work to the class. Peers will observe and take notations as directed previously. The teacher may optionally choose to have some peers read their glows and grows to the group. Teacher will remind students the protocol as necessary:

Student participation in the presentation and their professional feedback will earn points towards the participation grade. Student documentation in their journal will count towards their journal grade.
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3Students will be reminded of proper exit procedures such as how to save, logging out and restoring work station to an organized, clean environment.
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