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Learning Java

Learning Java

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Java ProgrammingCurriculum GuideVineland High School SouthJuly 2003
 
Written by: Gary Yeager, VHS Mathematics Department
 
Java Programming Page 2
Description of Course/Overview:
This curriculum is designed to give learners a well-developedunderstanding of Java Programming. This course will cover the fundamentals ofJava Programming in an accelerated manner. The course will teach studentsthe basic skills and knowledge necessary to be able to write, compile, and runbasic Java applications. Students will learn the language fundamentals, such assyntax, data types, and operators, as well as how to create expressions andstatements, apply flow control, and create and call functions. This curriculumintroduces the skills needed to be able to begin to use Java’s larger class andobject features. Students will learn how to create, use, and extend classes, aswell as how to populate those classes with members and functions. They willalso learn how to instantiate objects, incorporate error handling, and performsimple I/O. Upon successful completion of the course the student will beprepared for the Advanced Placement ‘A’ Test.
 
Java Programming Page 3
Content Standards and Proficiencies Relative to the New Jersey CoreCurriculum Content Standards:
8.1 Computers and Information LiteracyA. Basic Computer Tools and Skills
Keyboarding
Internet Usage
Database Concepts and UsageB. Application of Productivity Tools
Social Aspects
Information Access and Research
Problem Solving
 
8.2 Technology Education (Engineering and Technological Design)A. Nature and Impact of Technology
B.
Design Process and Impact Assessment
 C.
Systems in the Design World
 
Content Standards and Proficiencies Relative to College BoardRequirements:
Students should be able to:
Design and implement computer-based solutions to problems in a varietyof application areas.
Use and implement well-known algorithms and data structures.
Develop and select appropriate algorithms and data structures to solveproblems.
Code fluently in an object-oriented paradigm using the programminglanguage Java. Students are expected to use standard Java libraryclasses from the AP Java subset.
Read and understand a large program consisting of several classes andinteracting objects. Students should be able to read and understand adescription of the design and development process leading to such aprogram.
Identify the major hardware and software components of a computersystem, their relationship to one another, and the roles of thesecomponents within the system.
Recognize the ethical and social implications of computer use.

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