Haley Shea B.

Haley Shea B.

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Beginner Python (1.2) Variables and Data Types Quiz (Answers Inside!)

Welcome back! Before watching this video, students may wish to check out the previous videos: Previous Videos in Unit 1.1 Print Statements "Beginner Python (1.1) Intro to Print Statements" "Beg... Show More

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Beginner Python - Welcome (1) & Intro to Print Statements (3.1)
Welcome to Beginner Python Study Hall (asynchronous edition)! Use these videos as a learning resource / study guide while coding along (or to review concepts you've begun learning in live sessions). This video contains suggestions for getting started in this e-course as well as an introduction to Print Statements in Python. # Beginner Python Study Hall """This course is designed as a supplement to your active personal practice. I recommend coding along either in the CodeHS Sandbox (see below for more info) or on Replit during these videos for an interactive, hands-on learning experience. The best way to learn and grow our skills is to keep practicing! (If you ever run out of practice activities, please reach out to Coach for more puzzles to solve, or perhaps even an independent project to test your progress!) """ To access a series of Python puzzles recommended for your personal practice: 1. Log in by creating a free student account at https://codehs.com 2. (Free) Class Code: AAA9B **Note: Students may be moved and/or advanced into other sections of this e-course based on rate of completion or active/inactive status. """ ### *References: # Web address for the in-browser IDE shown during recorded video screen-share: # https://replit.com (a good alternative option if you choose not to practice on CodeHS) # Python Documentation: Built-in Functions # https://docs.python.org/3/library/functions.html#print # W3Schools: the Print function # https://www.w3schools.com/python/ref_func_print.asp ## *Links above are current at date of recording but may be subject to change over time.
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Beginner Python (1.2) Variables and Data Types Quiz (Answers Inside!)
Welcome back! Before watching this video, students may wish to check out the previous videos: Previous Videos in Unit 1.1 Print Statements "Beginner Python (1.1) Intro to Print Statements" "Beginner Python (1.1) Print Statements Quiz (Answers Inside!)" "Beginner Python (1.1) Bonus Project: Print a Poem" Previous Videos in Unit 1.2 Variables & Data Types "Beginner Python (1.2) Variables and Data Types (Intro)" In this video, we review variables, variable assignment, variable referencing, and four basic data types by walking through the multiple choice quiz one question at a time while running each example script to see what it produces. To get the most out of this activity, try out the auto-graded multiple choice quiz (linked at the end of the previous video and start of this video) on your own before watching. Feel free to pause/rewind videos as needed and attempt each activity as many times as you'd like. After completing the quiz and checking out the answers in this video, make sure to try Project 1.2 independently before proceeding to the next video, which will feature a demonstration of one possible solution for the assignment: "Beginner Python (1.2) Variables & Data Types Guided Project: Expanding the 'Print a Poem' Program" Remember: Practice these programming skills yourself alongside the video to get the most out of these lessons. Join the live group class "Beginner Python Study Hall" to receive the class code for our Google Classroom course portal, if you would like to send in questions and submit your assignments for feedback. Happy coding! References: Link to in-browser IDE used in video screen-share: https://replit.com What to Watch Next: "Beginner Python (1.2) Variables & Data Types Guided Project: Expanding the 'Print a Poem' Program"
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Beginner Python (1.3) User Input, Casting, String Operations and Mathematical Operations (Intro)
Welcome back! Before watching this video, students may wish to check out the previous videos: Previous Videos in Unit 1.1 Print Statements "Beginner Python (1.1) Intro to Print Statements" "Beginner Python (1.1) Print Statements Quiz (Answers Inside!)" "Beginner Python (1.1) Bonus Project: Print a Poem" Previous Videos in Unit 1.2 Variables & Data Types "Beginner Python (1.2) Variables and Data Types (Intro)" "Beginner Python (1.2) Variables and Data Types Quiz (Answers Inside!)" "Beginner Python (1.2) Variables & Data Types Guided Project: Expanding the 'Print a Poem' Program" In this video, we introduce user input, casting, string operations and mathematical operations with an instructional slideshow and live programming demonstrations. Practice these programming skills yourself alongside the video to get the most out of these lessons. Try out the auto-graded multiple choice quiz (linked at the end of this video) and the project assignment on your own after watching. When ready, proceed to the next two videos where we'll walk through answers and example project submissions with live programming demonstrations. Feel free to pause/rewind videos as needed and attempt each activity as many times as you'd like. Join the live group class "Beginner Python Study Hall" to receive the class code for our Google Classroom course portal, if you would like to send in questions and submit your assignments for feedback. Happy coding! References: Link to in-browser IDE used in video screen-share: https://replit.com What to Watch Next: "Beginner Python (1.3) User Input, Casting, String Operations and Mathematical Operations Quiz (Answers Inside!)"
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Beginner Python (1.3) User Input, Casting, String Operations and Mathematical Operations Quiz (Answers Inside!)
Welcome back! Before watching this video, students may wish to check out the previous videos: Previous Videos in Unit 1.1 Print Statements "Beginner Python (1.1) Intro to Print Statements" "Beginner Python (1.1) Print Statements Quiz (Answers Inside!)" "Beginner Python (1.1) Bonus Project: Print a Poem" Previous Videos in Unit 1.2 Variables & Data Types "Beginner Python (1.2) Variables and Data Types (Intro)" "Beginner Python (1.2) Variables and Data Types Quiz (Answers Inside!)" "Beginner Python (1.2) Variables & Data Types Guided Project: Expanding the 'Print a Poem' Program" Previous Videos in Unit 1.3 "Beginner Python (1.3) User Input, Casting, String Operations and Mathematical Operations (Intro)" In this video, we review user input, casting, string operations and mathematical operations by walking through the multiple choice quiz one question at a time while running each example script to see what it produces. To get the most out of this activity, try out the auto-graded multiple choice quiz (linked at the end of the previous video and start of this video) on your own before watching. Feel free to pause/rewind videos as needed and attempt each activity as many times as you'd like. After completing the quiz and checking out the answers in this video, make sure to try Project 1.3 independently before proceeding to the next video, which will feature a demonstration of one possible solution for the assignment: "Beginner Python (1.3) Guided Project: Make Your Own 'Mad Libs' Game!" Remember: Practice these programming skills yourself alongside the video to get the most out of these lessons. Join the live group class "Beginner Python Study Hall" to receive the class code for our Google Classroom course portal, if you would like to send in questions and submit your assignments for feedback. Happy coding! References: Link to in-browser IDE used in video screen-share: https://replit.com Follow-Up Video Coming Soon: "Beginner Python (1.3) Guided Project: Make Your Own 'Mad Libs' Game!"
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My son loves learning with Coach Haley

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Patient,humble and inteligent.Never used Power Point before and she explained how to use it perfectly. Very happy. Thanks, Aston.

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She speaks most of the time, and that is bad.

Posted Nov 17, 2022
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