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3 3 of 8 8/27/2014 2:15 PM Create UML wildcard import diagrams for statement various classes. API packages Pass arguments to methods by value and/or by reference. Define and create instance fields and instance methods for a Create constructors for classes. Determine classes that are necessary in order to write a program to solve a particular problem. Become familiar with errors associated with class creation, method declaration and passing arguments to methods. Use a step-by-step methods to find class and their responsibilities that may be needed to solve a problem based on the problem domain. Be aware of the common errors that may occur when creating classes and calling methods. Defi Decision Structures (Condition Statements) The students will elxplore relational operators and relational expressions and are shown how to control the flow of a program with the if, if/else, and if/else if statements. The switch statement is also covered. The students will also do more in-depth work with String objects. What is a decision structure? What is the difference between decision structures and sequence structures. When is the ifi-else statement What is a boolean expression? What is a nested if-statement? What is an if-else-if statement? What are logical operators? How are String objects compared? What is scope? What is a switch statement? How is the DecimalFormat class used to format numbers? How is the Random class used to generate random numbers? languages languages; The if Statement The if-ielse Statement The Payroll Class Nested if statements The if-else if statement Logical Operators Comparing String Objects Conditional Operator The switch Statement Formatting Numbers with DecimalFormat class The Random Class Common Errors to Avoid Focus on Problem Solving if statement, the if-else statement, nested if statements, the ifi-else-if statement, and/or the switch statement to allow a program to have more than one path of execution. (Make decisions) Use logical operators to connect two or more relational expressions into one or reverse the logic of an expression. Place variables appropriately in order to provided the intended scope. DecimalFormat class to format the appearance of floating-point numbers rounded to a specified number of decimal places. sequence structure decision structure flowchart boolean expression relational operator trailing else logical operator short-circuit evaluation lexicographical comparison conditional operator switch statement DecimalFormat class Random class if statement to create a decision structure. ifi-else statement to execute one group of statements if its boolean expression is true, or another group if its boolean expression is false. Use a nested if statement to test more than one condition. if-else-if statement to test a series of conditions. Use logical operators to connect two or more relational expressions into one or reverse the logic of an expression. appropriate String method to compare String objects. Limit the scope of a variable by placing it appropriately within the program code. switch statement to allow the value of a variable or expression to determine where the program will branch. Format numbers usinsg the DecimalFormat Rancom class to generate random numbers. Addison- Review Random class to generate random numbers. Loops and Files The while loop, do-while loop, and for loop are taught, along with common uses for these devices. Counters, accumulators, running totals, sentinels, and other application-related topics are discussed. Simple file operations for reading and writing text files are also covered.

5 5 of 8 8/27/2014 2:15 PM periodically run the garbage collector process? Create a method that returns a copy of an object. Create a copy constructor. Create a UML diagram for various classes. Define the "has a" relation ship that can exist between classes. this reference variable to overcome shadowing. Define and use inner classes. Define and use enumerated data types. Explain the use of the garbage collector process that is run by the JVM. Write an equals method to compare the contents of two String objects. Write a method that returns a copy of an object. Write a constructor that copies an object by accepting an object of the same class as an argument. Arrays and the ArrayList Class Students will learn to create and work with single and multidimensional arrays. Numerous array-processing techniques are demonstrated, such as summing the elements in an array, finding the highest and lowest values, and sequentially searching an array. Other topics such as ragged arrays and variable-length arguemtns are discusses. The ArrayList class is also introduced. What is an arrays and how/why is it How are array elements processed? How is an array passed as an argument to a How does a method return an array? How is an array of String objects created? How are arrays of objects that are instances of your written classes created? What is a sequential search algorithm? What is the selection sort algorithm? What is the binary search algorithm? What is a two-dimensional array? Can an array have more than two-dimensions? What are command line arguemtns and variable-length argument lists? languages languages; select most appropriate one to complete a J - Programming ~ Create a complex computer program to solve a problem. science/technical texts in Introduction to Arrays Processing Array Contents Passing Arrays as Arguments to Array Algorithms and Operations Returning Arrays from String Arrays Arrays of Objects Sequential Search Algorithm Selection Sort and Binary Search Algorithms Two-Dimentional Arrays Arrays with THree or More Dimensions Command-Line Arguments Variable-Length Argument Lists The ArrayList Class Common errors involving use of arrays Create and use an array in Java. Access array elements by using the index (subscript) assigned to each element. Input and output array contents. Initialize array elements with values. Declare array reference variables. Process array contents. length field (length) to process entire contents of an array. enhanced for loop to simplify array processing. specify the length of an array's size Copy arrays. Pass arrays as Arguments to methods. array size declarator elements subscript array bounds checking enhanced for loop algorithm sequential search algorithm selection sort algorithm binary search algorithm two-dimentional array multi-dimentional array variable-length argument list ArrayList class Create an array to hold multiple values of the same data type simultaneously and access those values using the element's index. Process array elements using the same procedures used when processing other types of variables. enhanced for loop to simplify the processing of array contents. Copy the contents of an array to another array. Pass an array as an argument to a method by passign the value in the variable that references the array. Perform various tasks with arrays using several Java processes. Work with arrays of String objects and call String methods from an Array element. Create arrays of objects that are instances of classes. Use algorithems to search and sort elements in a larger collection of data (array). Create and use multi-dimensional arrays efficiently in Java programs. ArrayList class to store and retrieve objects. Addison- 2/27/2015 Review 2/27/2015 2/27/2015 2/27/2015 Where is the ArrayList class and how is it Compare arrays, sum the values in a numeric array, get the average of the values in a numeric array, and find the highest and lowest values in a numeric array. Work with arrays and files. Return arrays.

6 erformanceplus - Maps of 8 8/27/2014 2:15 PM from methods by returning a reference to an array. Create an array of String objects. Call a String method from an array element. Create arrays of objects that are instances of classes that you have written. sequential search algorithm to search the contents of an array. selection sort algorithm to scan through an array and rearrange its contents in some specific order. binary search algorithm to search an array more efficiently when/if the contents of the array are sorted in ascending order. Use two-dimensional arrays to hold multiple sets of data. Perform various tasks using two-dimensional arrays. Create arrays with three or more dimensions. Use command-line arguments and variable-length argument lists when writing methods. ArrayList class provided by the Java API to store and retrieve objects. Inheritance The topics covered in this unit include inheritance, superclass and subclass constructors, method overriding, polymorphism and dynamic binding, protected and package access, class heirarchies, abstract classes and methods, and interfaces. What is inheritance? How is the Superclass constructor called? Is it possible to override Superclass methods? How are proteched members of a class accessed? Can a superclass inherit from another class? What is the Object Class and where is it found? What is meany by polymorphism in Java? Programming ~ Use languages to develop logical thinking and problem languages; Inheritance Calling the Superclass Constructor Overriding Superclass Protected Members Classes that Inherit from Subclasses The Object Class Polymorphism Abstract Classes and Abstract Interfaces Errors Associated with Superclass methods and abstract classes and methods. super key word to call a superclass constructor (inheritance). Override the superclass method by creating a subclass method with the same signature as a superclass method. Access protected members of a class using methods in a subclass and/or using methods in the inheritance subclass superclass base class derived class "is a" relationship no-arg constructor method overridign package access Object Class class hierarchy polymorphism dynamic binding abstract method interface Exlplain inheritance and how is used to make OOP functional? super eky word to refer to an object's superclass and to call a superclass constructor. Override superclass methods by creating methods with the same signature in the sub Distinguish between overloading a method and overriding a method. Write methods in the subclass to access protected members of a Demonstrate the use of the Object class when writing program code in Java. Define polymorphism and explain its importance to Java and OOP. Write abstract classes to Addison- 3/31/2015 Review 3/31/2015 3/31/2015 3/31/2015

7 7 of 8 8/27/2014 2:15 PM What is an abstract class and how is it How does an abstract method differ from other methods? What is an interface and how is it same package as the Write a superclass that inherits from another Using the abstract key word, create an abstract class to represent a generic form of all of the class that inherit from it. Create an interface to specify behavior for a class represent a generic form of all classes that may inherit from it. Write abstract methods tht have only a header and no body that must be overwritten in a sub Create an interface to specify behavior for other classes by using the key word interface rather than the key word Identify problems that may occur when creating superclasses, abstract classes and interfaces. Recursion Recursion is used as a problem-solving technique. What is recursion? What is a recursive How is a problem solved with recursion? What are some examples of recursive methods? What is a recursive binary search Programming ~ Use languages to develop logical thinking and problem languages; How are the repetitive steps involved in solving the Towers of Hanoi game implemented in a recursive algorithm? Introduction to Recursion Solving Problems with Recursion Examples of Recursive A Recursive Binary Search Method The Towers of Hanoi Errors to Avoid Define recursion and write a recursive method. Solve problems with recursion by breaking the problem down into successive smaller problems that are identical to the overall problem. Sum a range of array elements with recursion. Draw concentric circles using recursion. recursion recursive method depth of recursion indirect recursion direct recursion Fibonacci numbers Solve a variety of problems that are made up of successive smaller problems that are identical to the overall problem by using Addison- recursive methods. Create a recursive binary search algorithm that it easier to understand than the iterative version created earlier in the course. Create a program to solve the Towers of Hanoi game be using recursion. Become familiar with common errors that often accompany the use of recursion in. 4/30/2015 Review 4/30/2015 4/30/2015 4/30/2015 What are some of the common errors encountered when dealing with recursion? Write a Java method to calculate the nth number in the Fibonacci series. Create code for a recursive binary search method. Create a class that displays a solution to the Towers of Hanoi game using recursion. AP Test Practice Exam/AP Review This unit provides practice, content, materials, and timing tips for the AP Computer Science examination. What do I know about types and identifiers, operators and control structures? Can I write a superclass, a subclass, an abstract class, and an interface? Am I able to manipulate a list? Can I manipulate elements using one and two-dimensional arrays? Do I know the algorithms for the Selection Sort, the Insertion Sort, the Merge Sort and the languages to develop logical thinking and problem solving skills I - Programming ~ Compare and contrast languages; select most appropriate one to complete a specific task J - Programming ~ Create a complex RST By the end of grade 12, read and General Information about the AP Computer Science A exam Hints for Taking the Exam Practice Exams Review Materials Introductory Java Language Features Classes & Objects Inheritance and Polymorphism Standard Classes Program Design & Analysis Comprehensive Review for AP Computer Science Test A Previously listed Use course materials and Barron's Guide to review for AP Computer Science A exam. Addison- AP Computer Science A Exam 5/30/2014

8 8 of 8 8/27/2014 2:15 PM Binary Search? comprehend science/technical Am I able to answer texts in the grades the questions text complexity involving the case band independently studies associated and with the AP computer Science exam? Arrays and Array Lists Recursion Sorting & Searching

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