VISUAL BASIC INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Carol Young PLANNING PERIOD: 10:30 3 11:30 COURSE GOALS Teach the basic concepts and methods of object-oriented programming Teach the fundamentals of the Microsoft Visual Basic 6 programming system Enable students to create the interface, set properties, and write code for a variety of problems. COURSE CONTENT Starting at creating a simple interface with coding, we will advance to multiple forms, menus, data controls, drag and drop events, and database management.
EVALUATION PROCEDURES Class work counted equally, programming projects and tests counted as a double grade. SPECIAL COURSE REQUIREMENTS Keyboarding is a required prerequisite for this course. You must have passed keyboarding in order to take this class.
Since this is a computer course and all computer work will be done in class, student attendance is very important. Students should arrange with the teacher to make up any work missed. Also, a signed computer ethics contract must be on file before a student will be allowed on the computer.
Twice a week students will be assigned a short assignment to test their understanding of the subject matter. MATERIALS Textbooks: Using Visual Basic , Sprague Visual Basic 6 Complete Concepts and Techniques , Shelly Cashman Handouts for various assignments Supplies: ... more. less.
Notebook Loose leaf, ruled paper Pen/Pencil Students will be assigned a textbook by property receipt. Since all computer work must be done in class, it is expected that the textbooks remain in class.<br><br> It is the student 9s responsibility to pick up their book each day. CLASSROOM PROCEDURES Classroom behavior, student absences, and tardiness to class are outlined in the Student Handbook. This class will follow the procedures in the Student handbook.<br><br> We will follow the Meade High School Academic Honesty Policy as stated on the form that all students are to sign.