APCS_P Agendas Fall 2017
September 1st, 2016 by Sutfin

Vocabulary

Skill Development

Knowledge Development

Decision Making

 

Best Practices Survey-Explore

January 30-First day of Semester 2

January 27-Last Day of Fall Semester

January 26-Finals/Periods 6 & 8

January 25-Finals/Periods 5 & 7

January 24-Finals/Periods 1 & 3

January 23-Finals/Periods 2 & 4

Thursday, January 19, 2017 Agenda Resources Video
  1. AP Performance Task (30 min) [/8.0 hrs]
  2. Final Exam Review
    1. CodeHS
    2. Code.org
  3. Homework
    1. Study
    1. Explore PT(ask for pw)
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4
    7. GoogleScholar

 

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 Agenda  Resources Video
  1. AP Performance Task (60 min) [/8.0 hrs]
  2. Homework
    1. Explore PT
      1. Sample
      2. Sample Score
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4
    7. GoogleScholar
 

 

 

Thursday, January 12, 2017 Agenda Resources Video
    1. AP Performance Task (60min) [2.5/8.0 hrs]
      1. Suggested format
        1. Identify Innovation
        2. Identify Pros/Cons
        3. Research/Collect Evidence
        4. Sketch Artifact
        5. Answer Questions
        6. Develop Artifact
        7. Revise/Answer Questions
        8. Peer Review
    2. Homework
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

Tuesday, January 10, 2017 Agenda Resources Video
    1. Performance Task Review
    2. AP Performance Task (30 min) [1.5/8.0 hrs]
    3. Homework
      1. CodeHS: JavaScript Control Structures (1-Booleans)
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

Winter Break


Friday, December 23, 2016 Agenda (minimum day) Resources Video
    1. Performance Task PDF Peer Review
    2. Homework
      1. CodeHS:Programming with JavaScript
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

Wednesday, December 21, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
    1. Performance Task Checklist
    2. AP PERFORMANCE TASK 60min [1.0/8.0]
    3. Homework
      1. AP Course and Exam Description
        1. Page 70 describes Performance Tasks
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

Monday, December 19, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
    1. Performance Task PDF Peer Review
    2. PT Preparation: Footnotes 
      1. Quote Sandwich
    3. Homework
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

Thursday, December 15, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
    1. Performance Task PDF Peer Review
      1. Usine Canva PDF (already turned in), Peer review with scoring guide.
    2. CodeHS: Performance Task:Innovation (45 min)
    3. Homework
      1. Code.org- Review
      2. CodeHS: Performance Task
      3. AP PERFORMANCE TASK
        1. Decide on two potential Innovate Ideas
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

Tuesday, December 13, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
    1. Code.org:
      1. U2 Chap 1 Assessment
      2. U2 Stage 12,13,&14
    2. CodeHS: The Internet (9)
      1. End of Unit Test
    3. Homework
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

Friday, December 9, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
    1. Code.org:
      1. U2 Stage 5 & 6
    2. CodeHS: The Internet (15 min)
    3. Homework
      1. CodeHS: The Internet 7-8
      2. Code.Org U2 Stage 8, 9, 10,&11
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

Wednesday, December 7, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
    1. Code.org:
      1. U2L4-Encoding Color Images
    2. CodeHS: The Internet 4-6
    3. Homework
      1. CodeHS: The Internet 4-6
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

Monday, December 5, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
    1. Reading: Amazon & Robot
    2.  Code.org:
      1. U2L2-Text Compression Heuristics(Group work)
      2. U2L3-Encoding B&W Images
      3. U2L4-Encoding Color Images
    3. Homework
      1. CodeHS: The Internet 1-3
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

Thursday, December 1, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
    1. Typing Benchmark
    2. Vocabulary Practice
    3. Code.org: U2L2 Review
    4. Code.org: U2L3
    5. Homework: CodeHS
      1. CodeHS: Digital Information (due 12/3-EXCEPT for JavaScript tasks)
      2. Worksheet: Invent a B&W Encoding Scheme (due 12/5 online dropbox)
      3. Worksheet: B&W Pixelation Widget (due 12/5 online dropbox)
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. U2 Vocab
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
  1. Code.org: U2L1-Review/Answers
    1. Stanford CS 101 website
    2. Computer Hope
  2. CodeHS through Digital Information 20 min
    1. If you are done begin Intro to Programming
  3. Code.org: U2L2 Review/Answers
  4. Homework: CodeHS
    1. Digital Information
    2. Introduction to Programming
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. Vocabulary
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

Friday, November 18, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
  1. Code.org: U2L1 & U2L2
  2. CodeHS: Digital Information (due 12/2)
  3. Homework: CodeHS: Digital Information
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. Vocabulary
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4
 

 

 

Thursday, November 17, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
  1. Code.org
    1. U2L1 ; U2L2
  2. CodeHS
    1. Digital Information
  3. Closure:
  4. Homework: CodeHS:Digital Information
  5. Bonus: Create vocabulary List for Unit 2
    1. Explore PT
    2. Create PT
    3. Notebook
    4. CodeHS
    5. Vocabulary
    6. Code.ORG
      1. p2
      2. p4

 

 Tuesday, November 15, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
  1. Journal Entry: Peer Review with Rubric
    1. Sample A: High Score
    2. Sample B: High Score
    3. Sample C: Medium Score
    4. Sample D: Medium Score
    5. Sample E: Low Score
  2. CodeHS Check: Introduction to Programming
  3. CodeHS: Data (IN CLASS)
  4. Code.ORG
    1. Unit 2 Stage 1: Bits and Bytes
    2. Unit 2 Stage 2: Text Compression
  5. Homework: Finish Data
  1. Explore PT
  2. Create PT
  3. Notebook
  4. CodeHS
  5. Vocabulary
  6. Code.ORG
    1. p2
    2. p4

 

November 10, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
  1. Your Smartphone is a civil rights issue.
  2. K-W-L-TURN IN
  3. Journal Entry
  4. CodeHS Check (Introduction to Programming)
  5. Unit 2 Stage 1: Bits and Bytes
  6. Unit 2 Stage 2: Text Compression
  7. Homework:
    1. CodeHS: Start Programming with JavaScript
  1. Notebook
  2. Code.org
  3. CodeHS
  4. Vocabulary

 

November 8, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
  1. K-W-L
    1. Identify Key Vocabulary
    2. Review
  2. Unit 1 Assessment
  3. Print Artifact
  4. Journal Entry
  5. CodeHS Check (Introduction to Programming)
  6. Homework:
    1. Unit 2 Stage 1: Bits and Bytes
  1. Notebook
  2. Code.org
  3. CodeHS
  4. Vocabulary
 

 

 

November 4, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
  1. Vocabulary Practice
  2. Artifact Creation
    1. The Pros and Cons of Cookies: A Google Story
      1. Reference the ‘explore performance rubric’
      2. Create an infographic.
      3. Make a sketch/Use article as a guide.
      4. Electronic Journal Entry : ‘Explore Project’
  3. K-W-L & Vocabulary Review
  4. Homework
    1. Study for UNIT Assessment
    2. Complete K-W-L (Separate Paper)
    3. Make one revision on your ARTIFACT
    4. CodeHS – Work to complete “Introduction to Programming” by TUESDAY NOV. 8!!
  1. Notebook
  2. Code.org
  3. CodeHS
  4. Vocabulary
  5. The Internet is for Everyone-Vince Cerf

 

November 2, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
  1. Vocabulary Practice
  2. Groups: Flash Talk
    1. Collaborative Conversation
  3. Artifact Creation
    1. The Pros and Cons of Cookies: A Google Story
      1. Reference the ‘explore performance rubric’
      2. Create an infographic.
      3. Make a sketch/Use article as a guide.
      4. Electronic Journal Entry : ‘Explore Project’
  4. Homework
    1. Complete Unit Assessment (Code.Org)
    2. CodeHS – Work to complete “Introduction to Programming” by TUESDAY NOV. 8!!
  1. Notebook
  2. Code.org
  3. CodeHS
  4. Vocabulary
  5. The Internet is for Everyone-Vince Cerf

 

October 31, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
  1. Turn in Extension Bonus
  2. Start-Up: 7 Notorious Innovations.
    1. How are these innovations?
    2. Why are they notorious?
  3. L14: Flash Talk Research
    1. Topic Sign-Up
    2. Flash Talk Research
    3. Artifact Creation
  4. Flash Talk
    1. Take Notes/Evaluate
  5. L14 Collaborative Conv.
  6. Closure
    1. Share Summary
    2. Share Connection to ‘Explore Project’
  7. Homework
    1. Students will read the very short article ‘The Pros and Cons of Cookies: A Google Story’ and examine cookies as an Internet innovation. They will submit an evaluation of this technology to their electronic journal using the explore performance task rubric.
  1. Notebook
  2. Code.org
  3. CodeHS
  4. Vocabulary
  5. The Internet is for Everyone-Vince Cerf

 

October 27, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
  1. Vocabulary Quiz
  2. Papers Returned
  3. HW Check:
    1. Notebook Entry: Internet Protocols- Layers of OSI
    2. Extension (if you did it)
  4. L14: Flash Talk Review
    1. Flash Talk Topics
    2. Flash Talk Research
  5. Homework
    1.  Finish Research/Prepare for your Flash Talk.
  1.  Notebook
  2. Code.org
  3. CodeHS
  4. Vocabulary
October 25, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
  1. Vocabulary Quiz
  2. Papers Returned
  3. L11: Packets and Making a Reliable Internet
    1. How do you ensure that all packets are received and the message is complete in an environment where packets are constantly being lost?
      1. What would be your set of network rules?
        1. L12: The Need for DNS
          1. Describe the value of DNS to the Internet and how a DDoS attack works.
  4. Homework
    1. Practice your vocabulary. (STUDY FOR QUIZ)
    2. L13: HTTP and Abstraction on the Internet
    3.  Extension
      1. Blown to Bits (www.bitsbook.com), Chapter 3 – Ghosts in the Machine, pp. 91-92, “Data Formats as Public Property,” then answer the following question(Separate Piece of Paper): What do you think the Internet would be like today if different companies’ network protocols were still competing for adoption for the Internet, instead of TCP being the de facto standard?
  1.  Notebook
  2. Code.org
  3. CodeHS
  4. Vocabulary
October 18-19, 2016 Agenda Resources

 

October 21, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
    1. U1L10 (Routers and Redundancy)
      1. Worksheet Turned In
    2. Video L11: The Internet: Packets Routing and Reliability
      1. Explain why protocols are necessary to overcome the underlying unreliability of the Internet.
      2. Justify the need for acknowledgments and packet numbering in TCP.
    3. Homework
      1. Watch this video and think about a 3-minute speech
      2. ADD your protocol to L11 Packets: Reflection (Item 4 )
      3. Watch Video L12: The Internet: IP Addressing and DNS
      4. Rewatch Video L11 for review
  1.  Notebook
  2. Code.org
  3. CodeHS
  4. Vocabulary

 

October 18-19, 2016 Agenda Resources Video
      1. Vocabulary Practice
      2. CodeHS Review
      3. U1L8 (The Internet)
        1. Video
        2. Activity Guide- Read /Take Notes on:”The Internet is for Everyone
        3. Shared Document P2 | P4
        4. Assessment on Code.org
      4. U1L9(The Need for Addressing
        1. Broadcast Battleship
      5. U1L10 (Routers and Redundancy)
  1.  Notebook
  2. Code.org
  3. CodeHS
  4. Vocabulary

 

October 13, 2016 Resources Video
  1. Vocabulary Practice
  2. U1A1 Review
  3. U1L8 (The Internet)
    1. Video
    2. Activity Guide- Read /Take Notes on:
      1. The Internet is for Everyone
    3. Assessment on Code.org
  4. U1L9(The Need for Addressing)
  5. U1L10 (Routers and Redundancy)
  6. HW-CodeHS (Introduction to Programming 1-8)
    1. New Tasks-5The Start Function;6Top Down Design;7Commenting Your Code;8Abstraction
  1.  Notebook
  2. Code.org
  3. CodeHS
  4. Vocabulary

October 11, 2016 (Notebook | Code.org | CodeHS ] Vocabulary)

  1. Typing OR Quizlet  | CODE
  2. U1Lesson 1-7 Assessment
  3. U1L8
    1. Video
    2. Activity Guide- Read “The Internet is for Everyone” | Abbreviated Version

October 7, 2016 (Notebook | Code.org | CodeHS)

  1. Typing OR Quizlet OR Binary Game Start-Up
  2. Video: Blown to Bits 2/2
  3. Lesson 7: Encoding  and Sending Formatted Text. 
    1. U1L7
    2. Rubric
    3. Code,org Assessment (ASCII Chart)
  4. CodeHS

October 5, 2016 (Notebook | Code.org | CodeHS)

  1. Typing OR Quizlet OR Binary Game Start-Up
  2. Video: Blown to Bits: Your Life, Liberty, … Democracy Now 1 of 2
    1. Take Notes
  3. Code.org
  4. CodeHS

October 3, 2016 (Notebook | Code.org | CodeHS)

  1. Typing or Vocabulary or Binary Game Start-Up
  2. Notebook Record Keeping
    1. Paragraph & Content
  3. U1L6 Finish
    1. Venn Diagram
  4. Blown to Bits
    1. Collaborative Conversation
  5. CodeHS-More Basic Karel
  6. HW-CodeHS (3Karel Can’t Turn Right / 4Functions in Karel)

September 29, 2016

  1. Binary Game Start-Up
  2. Housekeeping Items
    1. Papers Returned
    2. Paragraph/Summaries
      1. Remember keep in your notebook an area for summaries and paragraph writing.
      2. Blown to Bits (Ch1)
  3. U1L6
    1. Video Simulator 2
    2. Activity – Sending Numbers
  4. Homework
    1. CodeHS- More Basic Karel
    2. Study Vocabulary

September 27, 2016

  1. // Typing OR Quizlet (vocabulary)
  2. U1L4 Wrapup
    1. Permutations shared
    2. Number Widget
    3. Binary Game
  3. CodeHS Accounts
    1. Per 2
    2. Per 4
    3. Explore CodeHS
  4. Lesson 5: Binary Numbers
  5. HW: Binary Worksheet & CodeHS (Introduction to Programming with Karel)

September 23, 2016 (objSlideShow)

  1. Typing OR Quizlet
  2. Lesson 4: Number Systems
  3. HW- Read “Blown to Bits” Chapter 1 (16 pages)
    1. Summarize Main idea from chapter 1 Blown to Bits
    2. Whole book.
  4. Bonus Summary

September 21, 2016

  1. Typing OR Quizlet
    1. If you’ve met the standard of 40wpm use Quizlet
  2. Electronic Journals
    1. Names on spreadsheet
  3. Lesson 3: Sending Binary Numbers with Internet Simulator
  4. Read Chapter 1 : Blown to Bits

September 19, 2016

  1. Survey Reminder / Typing Benchmark Reminder
  2. Typing Start-up
  3. Vocabulary Start-up
    1.  Join here (everyone … even if  you are to continue typing for your start up)
  4. Binary Message Machine
    1. Activity
      1. Worksheet
    2. Binary Codec (in notes)
  5. Folders

 

September 15, 2016 (Slide Show)

  1. Quizlet – Vocabulary
    1. This is your vocabulary list for the year.
  2. Notes on Innovation Video
    1. Where do Good Ideas Come From
  3. Collaborative Conversation
    1. Explore Rubric
      1. Bubble Map
  4. Code.org
    1. Binary Group Activity
  5. Binary Lecture
    1. Create binary FlipChart
    2. Practice

September 13, 2016

  1. Electronic Journal Verification (Period 4 needs to do this still)
    1. Ensure that you have entered one entry addressing your innovation.
  2. Video
    1. Charles Leadbeater
  3. Code.org
    1. Do as much as you can through Stage2 ‘Sending Binary’
    2. We will do the group activity in class.
  4. Explore Project
    1. 8 hours of class time. Must be verified by Mr. Sutfin
    2. Rubric for Explore
      1. Discussed the high range and expectations.
      2. Connected this to the e-journal.

September 9, 2016

  1. Syllabus
  2. Quiz
    1. Algorithm, Computer Science, WWW, Internet
  3.  Innovations
    1. Journal Entry with partner
  4. APCS-P Projects
    1. Explore
    2. Create
  5. Code.org
    1. Through Stage 2 Sending Binary Messages
      1. Period 2 Link
      2. Period 4 Link

September 20, 2017 (Slide Show 3/3)

  1. Electronic Journal (access will be turned off at the end of the day)
    1. My Template
    2. Student List
  2. Code.org account
    1. Per 4
  3. HW: On a separate piece of paper:
    • Identify a technological innovation in the world today.
    • Write a statement explaining why it’s an innovation in a short paragraph.
    • Think carefully about the word innovation and write a definition.
  4. HW: Review the Slide Show Presentation
    1. Watch the innovation video (22 min)

Good work today. As we proceed, I wanted to comment on today’s work. It took longer today to finish the electronic journal set up and review. As a result, I’ve asked you to review the slide show above.

September 2 (Slide Show 2/3) Resources Video
        1. Typing Login and Setup (Use Google Account)
        2. Innovation / Algorithm Discussion
        3. APCSP Survey
        4. HW-Create a Google Form exactly as I have here. This is your own journal for the class. It will address two major aspects of the AP Exam (Create and Explore performance tasks.) Do NOT fill out this form.

        Notes 9/2:

        Per 2. Your homework is to complete the APCSP survey. Do not do the quiz that I mentioned in class. This requires a login for students that I do not want you to do.

        Per 4.

  1.  Notebook
  2. Code.org
  3. CodeHS
  4. Vocabulary

APCSP Overview

https://code.org/curriculum/docs/csp/units_horizSnap.png

http://www.bitsbook.com/

https://www.wevideo.com/

https://sso.cisco.com/autho/forms/CDClogin.html

 

Language Choices- CREATE PROJECT

https://earsketch.gatech.edu/landing/

http://snap.berkeley.edu/snapsource/snap.html

Innovation Ideas- EXPLORE PROJECT

Research patents since May

UNIT 1


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