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Monday
UNIT
DAY
Don Davis – Weekly Lesson Plan
Course: Pre-AP CS
Week of: September 22-26
Page 1 of 3
OBJECTIVES
RESOURCES
2/3 §126.33.c.6.
 Review variables, data  Journal
(E) understand concepts of
types, and basic
[composition
object-oriented design;
mathematical (+, -, /,
book]
(Q) demonstrate an
*) and relational (==,  NetBeans
understanding of and use
>, <) operators;
reference variables for objects;  Demonstrate
(O) choose, identify, and use
familiarity with
the appropriate data types for
variable assignment,
integer, real, and Boolean data
relational operators,
when writing program
and mathematical
solutions;
operations in Java.
(P) demonstrate an
 Review classes and
understanding of the concept
objects in Java;
of a variable;
(U) demonstrate proficiency
in the use of the relational
operators;
3
Tuesday
TEKS
§126.33.c.6.
 Continue work with
(E) understand concepts of
classes and objects in
object-oriented design;
Java;
(Q) demonstrate an
 Practice control
understanding of and use
statements: if/else;
reference variables for objects;
while, and especially
“for”
 Journal
[composition
book]
 NetBeans
ACTIVITY
ACCOMODATIONS
 Submit ‘Class Person’
assignment
 Assess students’
understanding of
introductory Java
concepts including:
variables, data types,
and classes/objects.
 Daily written journal
[For a grade]
 Tinkering and
debugging: revise
submitted / incomplete
Java programs
10- no penalty
for spelling or
sloppy
handwriting;
26 – additional
time
 Daily written journal
[For a grade]
 Notes [For a
participation grade]
 Tinkering and
debugging: Students
will develop programs
for casting / data-type
conversion;
10- no penalty
for spelling or
sloppy
handwriting;
26 – additional
time
Wednesday
3
Thursday
3
§126.33.c.6.
 Continue work with
 Journal
(E) understand concepts of
classes and objects in
[composition
object-oriented design;
Java;
book]
(Q) demonstrate an
 Practice control
 NetBeans
understanding of and use
statements: if/else;
reference variables for objects;
while, and especially
“for”
 Begin discussion of
‘casting’ and data-type
conversion

§126.33.c.6.
 Continue work with
 Journal
(E) understand concepts of
classes and objects in
[composition
object-oriented design;
Java;
book]
(Q) demonstrate an
 Practice control
 NetBeans
understanding of and use
statements: if/else;
reference variables for objects;
while, and especially
“for”
 Continue discussion of
‘casting’







Don Davis – Weekly Lesson Plan
Course: Pre-AP CS
Week of: September 22-26
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10- no penalty
Daily written journal
for spelling or
[For a grade]
sloppy
Notes [For a
handwriting;
participation grade]
Continue discussion of 26 – additional
time
classes/objects and
control statements;
Tinkering and
debugging: Students
will develop programs
for/using casting;
10- no penalty
Daily written journal
for spelling or
[For a grade]
sloppy
Notes [For a
handwriting;
participation grade]
Continue discussion of 26 – additional
time
classes/object, control
statements, and casting;
Tinkering and
debugging: Students
will develop programs
utilizing control
statements, casting, and
objects;
Friday
3
§126.33.c.6.
 Continue work with
 Journal
(E) understand concepts of
classes and objects in
[composition
object-oriented design;
Java;
book]
(Q) demonstrate an
 Practice control
 NetBeans
understanding of and use
statements: if/else;
reference variables for objects;
while, and especially
“for”
 Continue discussion of
‘casting’




Don Davis – Weekly Lesson Plan
Course: Pre-AP CS
Week of: September 22-26
Page 3 of 3
10- no penalty
Daily written journal
for spelling or
[For a grade]
sloppy
Notes [For a
handwriting;
participation grade]
Continue discussion of 26 – additional
classes/objects, casting, time
control statements;
Tinkering and
debugging: Students
will develop programs
utilizing control
statements, casting, and
objects;
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