CSE 101 PYTHON PROGRAMMING I

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CSE 101 is the first course in a series of two CSE 100 level Python Programming courses(CSE 101, CSE 102) that are designed to to provide an introduction to the language as well as basic programming techniques. It is aimed for younger students (4th to 8th grade) who want to get a start into programming. This class is led by a high school student who has 1+ year experience in teaching python and is a 1st/2nd place winner in many coding competitions. No prior programming experience required.

The following topics will be covered in CSE 101 Python Programming I: (10 weeks)
1. Primitive data types, printing
2. Arithmetic (modulus included)
3. String manipulation
4. Project 1: Print Rocket Ship
5. Introduction to modules (Math, Time)
6. Printing with formatting and user input
7. Project 2: Mad Libs
8. Conditionals (if, elif, else)
9. Loops (while, for)
10. Project 3: Fizz Buzz

Prerequisites: Basic Math concepts and knowledges such as basic arithmetic operation, remainder, comparison of integers.

Equipment: iMac 21.5 Inch All-in-one Desktop Computers are provided.

Online Registration Guide:
Step 1: Pay tuition fee online on the right side with the student's name
Step 2: Click here to fill the class registration form online

Offline Registration Guide:
Step 1: Make an appointment by calling 206-787-2259 or sending an email to qa@smartcodingschool.com
Step 2: Fill in the registration form in the office
Step 3: Pay tuition fee in the office

Schedule A
Duration: 10 weeks
Time: 10:15AM - 11:45AM Saturday
Lecture Schedule: 9/8 - 12/1
Tuition: $360
No class on 10/20, 11/3, 11/24
Enrollment Deadline: 9/7/2018
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