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  Keeley Library  Revised on  December 21, 2000

Programming with Visual Basic 
COURSE: 03534
Programming with Visual Basic
STANDARD
NUMBER
CONTENT AND PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
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  • Essay
  • Computer Programming

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    8.10
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Basic Programming Structures
    Students compare, evaluate and demonstrate skills in the use of different types and levels of programming language. Students identify and explain the function of the three basic programming structures.
    PERFORMANCE:  Students will be required to define and explain the basic features of each basic programming structure. In addition, they must evaluate graphics that represent different control structures , identify them, and explain the basic function of each.
    Assessment: Fill in the blanks  End Product: Essay
  • Essay
  • Using Graphic Organizers

  • (Flowchart)
  • Computer Programming

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    5.1
     
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Flowchart Development
    Students understand mathematical foundations for all computational skills and concepts. Students communicate understanding of problems through oral and written means.
    PERFORMANCE: Explain Solution to a Problem, Explain Products and Services.
    Students will be required to complete a written test naming and defining the correct usage of the standard flowcharting symbols. they will also be required to develop flowcharts that demonstrate a clear understanding of the written algorithms presented, organized correctly to reflect the  logical sequence producing the necessary results.
    Assessment: Open Response; Mathematical Computation; Fill in the Blanks; True and False
    End Product: Written Test and Flowcharts
  • Group Project

  • (Develop a Study Sheet)
     
  • Teach a Lesson

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    4.1
     
     
     

     

    CONTENT: Basic Operation of the Visual Basic Software
    Foundations of Communication--Informational Reading: Students retain and interpret information gained through reading.
    PERFORMANCE: Students will work in groups to develop a study sheet that accurately reflects the elementary steps required to effectively use the Visual Basic Software.
    Assessment: Mixed Style Questions;  Multiple Choice; Fill-in; True /False
    End Product: Group Study Sheet
  • Computer Networks

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  • Essay
  • Computer Programming
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    CONTENT: Visual Basic Project Exlorer/Writing Simple Code
    Technological Communication: Students use technology to enhance the effectiveness of communication. Students use computer networks to facilitate collaborative or individual learning and communicating.
    PERFORMANCE: Students will work individually to develop a Visual Basic Computer Program that accurately calculates the perimeter of a square.
    Assessment: True and False; Fill in  Blanks
    End Product: Program-Calculate the Perimeter of a Square
  • Computer Software
  • Computer Programming
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    CONTENT: Working with Controls
    File and Database Management: Students enter, sort and  retrieve data from databases; evaluate media, and file structures. and plan, develop, and modify file specifications and database schema.
    PERFORMANCE: Students will work individually  to develop a Visual Basic Computer Program that utilizes a student  database file and modifies data objects.
    Assessment: Fill in the Blank Test
    End Product: Program-My Data
  • Computer Programming

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    8.10 CONTENT: Debugging Decision Structures
    File and Database Management: Students compare, evaluate and demonstrate skills in the use of different types and levels of programming languages.
    PERFORMANCE: Students will work individually  to develop a Visual Basic Computer Program that utilizes a student  database file and modifies data objects.
    Assessment: Multiple Choice Question test.
    End Product: Fact Sheet-Document the debugging steps required to produce accurate, full functional Visual Basic Program that employs the If...then decision structure.
  • Commerce

  • (Metric System)
     
     
  • Computer Programming
  • 5.4 CONTENT: Using Loops and Timers
    File and Database Management: Students use common international standards of measurement in solving problems. Students determine units of time and show relationships, (e.g. elapsed time)
    PERFORMANCE: Students will create a digital clock program specified in lesson showing conditional elapsed time usage.
    Assessment: Fill in the Blank  Question test.
    End Product: Computer Program -
    Computer Programming 8.9 CONTENT: Creating Multiple Forms
    File and Database Management Systems. Analyze and design information systems using appropriate development tools. Develop design specifications for reports, screens, and data stores.
    PERFORMANCE: Skill level of student created computer program will be evaluated using a rubric that measures the level of working knowledge of modal and non modal forms.
    Assessment: Fill in the Blank  Question test.
    End Product: Computer Program
  • Group Project
  • Computer Programming
  • 4.1 CONTENT: Adding Artwork and Special Effects
    File and Database Management Systems. Achievement  Standard Communicate in a clear, courteous, concise, and correct manner on personal and professional levels.
    PERFORMANCE:Students work with fellow students to create a program that selects an available picture and moves it horizontally and/or vertically across the screen
    Assessment: Fill in the Blank  Question test.
    End Product: Computer Program
  • Group Project
  • Computer Programming

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    4.1 CONTENT: Creating Standard Modules and Public Variables
    File and Database Management Systems. Achievement  Standard Communicate in a clear, courteous, concise, and correct manner on personal and professional levels. Students participate in group discussions for problem resolution.
    PERFORMANCE:Students develop a fact sheet while completing the lesson 10 tutorial, including programs outlined in the lesson.
    End Product: Fact Sheet with Explanation
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