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Android App Development Syllabus

 

Course Descripton:

 

Android Developments Using Java will introduce students to the highly sought after world of mobile app development using the Android platform. Students will gain a strong foundation in Java programming and the confidence to build successful mobile applications. The course will help reinforce students understanding of programming logic and Java tools for Android. As well as effectively prepare student programmers to meet growing business demand for mobile apps.

 

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:

 

 
    • Learn the basics of Android.
    • Understand how Android applications work
    • Understand the application lifecycle.
    • Write simple GUI applications.
    • Use built-in widgets and components.
    • Work with the database to store data locally.
    • Build your own Android apps

 

Participation:

20 percent of the student's grade is based on participation. Participation in class is based on several factors depending on the subject. Students are considered non-participants if they are engaged in any of the following during class time:

  1. Using cell phones
  2. Talking
  3. Sleeping
  4. Using head phones
  5. Doing homework from other classes
  6. Being tardy to short quizzes given at the beginning of the period

Grading:

Per LUHSD Administrative Regulation AR5121 grades for achievement shall be reported each marking period as
follows:


Outstanding Achievement/Above grade level Standards A
Above Expected Achievement/Above grade level Standards B
Expected Achievement/Meets grade level Standards C
Below Expected Achievement/Meets grade level Standards D
Little or No Achievement/Below grade level Standards F
Incomplete I
No Mark NM
Withdrawal/Fail WF

 

Students’ grade will be determined as follows:


Grade Structure
Assignments and Exercises
60%
Quizzes and Exams
10%
Project
10%
Participation
20%
Total
  100%

 

The Final grade for the class will be the average of Quarter 1 and Quarter 2.


Grade Scale
A
90-100%
B
80-89%
C
70-79%
D
50-69%
F
0-49%

 

*Instructor reserves a right to change the grading structure. There might be extra credit assignments for all students present in class at the time.

 



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