Today we learned 2 different concepts that will combine in our final lessons on CodeHS.
The first was Variables With User Input:
The other concept was doing calculations in Java:
Please complete both of these sections for homework tonight.
Tomorrow is our first vocabulary exam. Click here for the words and definitions.
We will also have our first Unit Exam next Monday. Click here for a sample of what the exam will look like.
Today we looked at our last work in our unit on the Old Testament. As we discussed, the Book of Job is not part of the Torah, but it is a writing from the ancient Hebrews that definitely shines some light on our study off the characterization of God.
Remember, you have a vocabulary test on Tuesday. Click here for the words
Your digital scene requires an individual written reflection that address 4 questions. Please see below. This must be uploaded to turnitin.com by 10/16/2017Individual Written Responses
After completing your project, respond to each of the following reflection questions. Your response to any one prompt must not exceed 300 words.
1.Provide an overview of the purpose of your program and how your program code works. Describe the most important program features, rather than providing a line-by-line summary of the program code.
2. Describe the most difficult programming problem you encountered while writing your individual code. What was the difficulty? Explain how you resolved it.
3. Identify an abstraction used in your program and explain how it helped manage the complexity of your program.
4. Explain in detail points in your development process where collaboration was used.
We discussed the story of Abraham & Isaac today and discussed the characterization of God in this story. If Abraham was so devoted to God, then why test him in such a brutal fashion? If God is omnipotent, why test him at all? What do you think the relationship was like between Abraham and his son after?
For homework, please read the book of Job. Click here for a copy.
We used a new app today called SimpleMind+ to create a mind map based on this example:
I asked you to pick three adjectives that describe God in this story and support your selections with textual evidence. Make sure you’ve sent me your screen shot. Click here to download a copy of the app.
Don’t forget, we have a vocabulary test next Tuesday. Click here for the words, definitions, and videos.
Today we looked at the story of Thew Tower of Babel. Once again, we see that God handles issues quickly and without mercy. We also discussed the history of language and how languages change and evolve.
Now that we’ve read three stories from the Old Testament, imagine what a new report on ONE of these would look like.
Use this template to write a short news story that details the who, what were, when, and why of one of the Old Testament stories. Be sure to include a photo in your story that is appropriate.
When you’re finished, email me the story with *p in the subject line
For your Unit 3 Final Project you will be designing a digital scene in groups that I have assigned.
We will work on this project
Thursday – All Period
Friday – Half Period (Other half will be current events)
Monday – No School
Tuesday – Codehs (More on this later)
Wednesday – Digital Scene Projects all period.
I expect your project to be completed and turned in by the end of the period on October 11th. Please consult the rubric throughout this project