CURRICULUM MAP: 10211.map
Visual C++ Programming (ACP) 704
Unit 2 -- Data and Operations
TIME FRAME: 3 Weeks
MAP LEVEL: 2
12.0 BUSINESS EDUCATION
-- Students will assess the impact of information technology on society.
-- Students will use input technologies appropriately to enter and manipulate text and data.
-- Students will design, develop, test, and implement programs.
-- Students will analyze and design information systems using appropriate development tools.
-- Students will develop the technical and interpersonal skills and knowledge to support the user community.
-- Students will describe positions and career paths in information technology.
12.0 BUSINESS EDUCATION
-- Students will assess personal skills, abilities, and aptitudes and personal strengths and weaknesses as they relate to career exploration and development.
-- Students will apply knowledge gained from individual assessment to a comprehensive set of goals and an individual career plan.
-- Students will communicate in a clear, courteous, concise, and correct manner on personal and professional levels.
-- Students will apply basic mathematical operations to solve problems
03.0 LANGUAGE ARTS
-- Students will use a variety of strategies to develop an extensive vocabulary; students will read extensively and apply the variety of vocabulary strategies to read ever more complex texts.
-- Students will interact with others in creating, interpreting and evaluating written, oral and visual texts; students will apply collaborative skills to elaborate on concepts being addressed and to describe processes used in achieving results.
-- Students will speak and write using conventional patterns of syntax and diction; students will use the spoken and written syntax and diction of the skilled writers and speakers with which they are made familiar.
-- Students will use real-life experiences, physical materials and technology to construct meanings for rational and irrational numbers, including integers, percents and roots
-- Students will use number sense and the properties of various subsets of real numbers to solve real-world problems
-- Students will apply and explain procedures for performing calculations with whole numbers, decimals, factions and integers
04.2 LRIT - COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
-- Students will identify capabilities and limitations of contemporary and emerging technology resources and assess the potential of these systems and services to address personal, lifelong learning, and workplace needs
-- Students will make informed choices among technology systems, resources, and services
-- Students will demonstrate and advocate for legal and ethical behaviors among peers, family, and community regarding the use of technology and information
-- Students will create written, oral, numeric and visual communications using appropriate applications (spreadsheet, database, hypermedia, etc.) to construct, organize, and analyze and interpret ideas and data, and present conclusion
-- Students will select and apply technology tools for research, information analysis, problem-solving and decision-making in content learning
-- Students will select and apply technology tools for research, information analysis, problem-solving, and decision-making in content learning
1. What roles do variables play in C++?
2. What roles do data structures play in C++?
3. How do basic math operations perform in C++?
4. How do mixed data types perform in C++?
5. What problems can occur in can occur when performing calculations as a result of the limitations of data types?
Variables and Constants
How Data Types Affect Calculations
Students in Programming will develop the abillity to:
--Declare, name and initialize variables,
--Use character variables,
--Use assignment operators,
--Use arithmetic operators,
--Increment and decrement variables,
--Properly mix data types in calculations,
--Avoid underflow in calculations
All students will:
--Identify and explain the functions of common programming structures,
--Identify and define the coding task,
--Apply design principles to programming tasks,
--Develop procedural programs,
--Maintain and reengineer existing code,
--Use applications development tools to create code,
--Use common tasks,
--Test and debug.
Completed review questions.
Completed critical thinking activity.
Administer quiz or test. (Short Answer)
Templates (Student Data Files)