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Questions related to introducing a subject, paradigm, concept etc., in a specific lesson. Use this tag only for asking about a specific lesson for introducing a specific subject.

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I suggest a slightly different approach: have students solve puzzles. Sudoku. Crosswords. Logic puzzles. Lateral thinking puzzles. Anything that requires critical thinking, analysis, decomposition. Th …
answered Aug 12 '17 by Peter
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TL;DR Use the Python module dis to show students Python's bytecode alongside Java's bytecode. Avoid the "compiled v. interpreted" rabbit hole to start (because it may lead to more confusion than clari …
answered Jun 24 '17 by Peter
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To elaborate on my comment, I suggest approaching both (but HTML first) by way of the DOM. W3 Schools has a tutorial on both HTML and XML using this model for conceptualizing the structure of HTML/XML …
answered May 28 '17 by Peter
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The AP CS Principles curriculum defines three elements of an algorithm: Sequencing Selection Iteration This can be a point of divergence between a markdown language and a programming language. Se …
answered May 23 '17 by Peter
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Check out the Python books written by Al Sweigart. His homepage Invent with Python includes some great, free resources that are geared to the age range of your students. In particular he focuses on cr …
answered Jul 5 '17 by Peter