TEJ3M/TEJ4M – June 21, 2016

PLEASE NOTE:  WE HAVE A REVISED SCHOOL DAY SCHEDULE TOMORROW JUNE 22 FOR THE SAC ASSEMBLY, LOCKER CLEAN OUT AND TORNADO DRILL.  I HAVE POSTED A COPY OF THE REVISED SCHEDULE BELOW.

Revised School Day Schedule – June 22, 2016

I told the grade 11’s (TEJ3M) and 12’s (TEJ4M) that they should now be working on their final projects which will be in the electronics (arduino) unit (worth 30% of their final grade).  I reminded the students that we had less that a week left of class so they really needed to work hard over the next few days.  Two things need to be submitted for the final project:  1. commented code; 2. summative report.  I gave the students an example of the summative report (see below).  The project is to be submitted either on or before June 22, 2016 (last day of classes before exams).  Those students that finish early can work on any unfinished assignments/projects from the course.

Below you will find a copies of the handouts/worksheets that were distributed/assigned in today’s class.

List of students not completed assignments (update) (Here is a list of assignments students still need to complete.  This list is based on assignments given to students after midterm.)

Grade 11 (TEJ3M) & Grade 12 (TEJ4M):

TEJ3M TEJ4M Final Project (arduino) (This is for both the grade 11’s and 12’s to go over.  This is the final project in the course worth 30% of the students’ mark.)

Sample Summative Report (This is a sample report that a few of my students did in the past.  I told the students 2 things need to be submitted for their final project.  A summative report and their commented code.  I will also be taking a video of their working final project.)

How to solder an LED to a resistor (I mentioned to the students that they can solder some of the components, with approval from me, if they would like to for their final projects.  Students are encouraged to watch this video showing how to solder an LED to a resistor.)

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