Assessment 2: Programming Skills

Dragon 19

Basic algorithm and programming tasks have been developed to assess students understanding of event driven programming.

Exercise One Tests:

Ability to identify components of event driven programs. 

Duration 20 minutes.

Students are to view the introduction to the ITS OOPS program. After they have done this, they should take the file available here, load it onto their own drive, and complete the missing frame, so that introduction is identical to the original and complete.

Exercise Two Tests: 

Understanding of steps / stages in using object based programs.

Duration 15 minutes.

Using Word to prepare a report, students are to detail in writing the steps taken to complete the missing frame. Students may use splash screens if they wish to illustrate the steps involved, but  must also provide written explanations of what steps they took, and how they determined these steps were necessary. 

Exercise Three Tests:

Competency in Object Oriented Programming Processes

Duration 35 minutes

Students are to complete an introduction to their project game using KNP, developing a minimum of 5 frames and a maximum of 10 frames. This introduction should include text, sound and graphics. Their design should relate to the themes used in the students project. When students have completed this, they should detail in writing, all steps used in creating their introduction. Students reports should be prepared using Word. Students may use splash screens if they wish to illustrate the steps involved, but must also provide written explanations

 
Programming Skills  VHA HA SA LA VLA
Ability to identify components of event driven programs. 

 

 

Very well achieved, showing excellent ability to  identify programming issues, excellent appreciation design requirements,  excellent understanding of technical issues. Well achieved, showing good ability to  identify programming issues, good appreciation of design requirements,  good understanding of technical issues. Effectively  achieved, showing reasonable ability to  identify programming issues,  reasonable appreciation of design requirements,  reasonable understanding of technical issues. Reasonable achievement, demonstrating basic ability to identify programming issues, basic appreciation of  design requirements, some understanding of technical issues. Poor achievement, demonstrating little ability to  identify programming issues, inadequate appreciation of design requirements,  and lack of evidence of  understanding of technical issues.
Understanding of steps / stages in using object based programs.

 

Very well designed report showing excellent ability to  conceptualise  programming issues, a high level of  schematic planning, excellent understanding of design issues. Well designed report showing good ability to  conceptualise programming issues, sound appreciation of schematic planning, good understanding of design issues. Effectively  designed report showing reasonable ability to  conceptualise  programming issues, general appreciation of schematic planning, reasonable understanding of design issues. Simply designed report demonstrating basic ability to conceptualise programming issues, some appreciation of   schematic planning, some understanding of design issues. Poorly designed report demonstrating little ability to  conceptualise programming issues, almost no appreciation of   schematic planning,  and lack of evidence of  understanding of design issues.
Competency in Object Oriented Programming Processes Very well designed project and report showing excellent quality in design and  presentation, a high level of  schematic explanation, excellent grammar, spelling and graphic use. Well designed  project and report showing good quality in design and  presentation, sound  schematic explanation, good grammar, spelling and graphic use. Effectively  designed project and report showing reasonable quality in design and  presentation, general appreciation of schematic planning, reasonable grammar, spelling and graphic use. Simply designed project  and report  demonstrating basic ability in design and  presentation, some appreciation of   schematic planning, adequate grammar, spelling and graphic use. Poorly designed project and report demonstrating little ability in design and  presentation, almost no appreciation of   schematic planning,  poor grammar and  spelling and ineffective graphic use.
 

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