Tiina Ferm
The content follows Introduction to Python:
http://tdc-www.harvard.edu/Python.pdf
Additional material:
https://www.programiz.com/python-programming
Learning by programming
Assessment is based on continuous evaluation.
7 HOMEWORKS – online, rehearsing, not evaluated
7 Quizzes – online, evaluated, 5 points each, minimum 14, maximum 35
7 Labs – classroom activity, evaluated, plagiarism check result must be < 50%, 5 points each, minimum 14, maximum 35
3 Exams – classroom activity, evaluated, 10 points each, minimum 12, maximum 30
To pass the course a student has to reach minimum in all categories (quizzes, labs and exams). If the minimum is reached all the points are added and the scale 1 – 5 is calculated.
English
07.02.2022 - 27.05.2022
22.11.2021 - 07.02.2022
Engineering and Business
Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Salo IoT Campus
H-5
The course can be compensated with an exam 10.2.2022
Contact hours 42 h
Independent study continuously throughout the course, preparation for the exam 98 h
The course consists of weekly topics, rehearse questions, a quiz (5 points) and a lab (points)
- introduction, basic syntax, and input and output in the console
- week 1: variables and types, quiz and lab 1 (total 10 points)
- week 2: operators and branching, quiz and lab 2 (total 10 points)
- week 3: loops (for and while), quiz and lab 4 (total 10 points)
Exam 1 (10 points)
- week 4: functions, quiz and lab 5 (total 10 points)
- week 5: collections (list, tuple, set, dictionary), quiz and lab 3 (total 10 points)
Exam 2 (10 points)
- week 6: file IO, quiz and lab 6 (total 10 points)
- week 7: review, quiz and lab 7 (total 10 points)
Exam 3 (10 points)
total of 100 points
Student
• does not know the basic concepts of programming
• cannot read or write simple programs
< 40 points or failed in the exam
Student
• knows such basic concepts of programming as variables, control structures and functions
• understands how the program flow is going
• can read or write simple programs
40 - 59 points and the minimum is reached in all categories (quizzes, labs and exams)
Student
• knows such basic concepts of programming as variables, control structures, functions, classes, objects and arrays
• understands how the program flow is going and is able to find easy errors
• can make simple programs
60 - 79 points and the minimum is reached in all categories (quizzes, labs and exams)
Student
• knows such basic concepts of programming as variables, control structures and functions, classes and objects
• utilizes some data Structures as arrays, lists and hash tables.
• understands how the program flow is going and is able to use debugger and error handling
• can make programs that include aforesaid concepts.
> 80 points and the minimum is reached in all categories (quizzes, labs and exams)
> 90 points, 1 additional credit (total of 6 credits)