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Chapter 21 Object-Oriented Analysis

Chapter 21 Object-Oriented Analysis

Chapter 21 Object-Oriented Analysis. OOA- A Generic View. define use cases extract candidate classes establish basic class relationships define a class hierarchy identify attributes for each class specify methods that service the attributes indicate how classes/objects are related

By adamdaniel
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Quarter 4, 2007 BENCHMARK MAP

Quarter 4, 2007 BENCHMARK MAP

Quarter 4, 2007 BENCHMARK MAP March 31 – June 5 Science 03/31/08-04/02/08 Review 4 th Quarter Case Study on Ecosystems Construct a Quarter 4 Benchmarks Pre-Evaluation Flip Book (Due 4/4/08) Fill in Case Study Work sheet Facts/Problems Hypotheses Need To Know Learning Issues

By Ava
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Botany- the scientific study of plant life (and a great opportunity to practice descriptive writing skills)

Botany- the scientific study of plant life (and a great opportunity to practice descriptive writing skills)

Botany- the scientific study of plant life (and a great opportunity to practice descriptive writing skills). With Lewis and Clark. No matter where explorers go, there usually are signs of life. For example, cactus is found in the desert, and palm trees are in the tropics.

By Antony
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International Relations

International Relations

International Relations. PSC 124.200: Introduction. Today. Are you registered for this class? Digital pictures Overview of the syllabus Index cards Nau, preface and introduction. The question for this course. Are international relations undergoing fundamental and irreversible changes?

By Samuel
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Design, prototyping and construction

Design, prototyping and construction

Design, prototyping and construction. Readings: ID-book, Chap. 11 (through 11.3) Also, Prototyping for Tiny Fingers http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/175276.175288 Also, Java.net article (from 2003), Six Signs That You Should Use Paper Prototyping. Four Old Slides. For review

By sloan
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Foreign Direct Investment

Foreign Direct Investment

Foreign Direct Investment. Discussion Section February 16, 2007 Brian Chen. Agenda. Administrative Index cards Starbucks FDI case due Word on section participation Review Political Economy of FDI Concepts/Definitions

By zhen
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MTH 209 The University of Phoenix

MTH 209 The University of Phoenix

MTH 209 The University of Phoenix. Chapter 5 Factoring Polynomials Operations with Rational Expressions. Chapter 5 Section 1 The Basics of Factors. Just the Fact-or Ma’am. or The O’Righty Factor (I’m getting the puns out of my system). Primes are your friend….

By enid
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Critical Reading - They don ’ t read do they?

Critical Reading - They don ’ t read do they?

Critical Reading - They don ’ t read do they?. Sandra Sinfield - LDU – LearnHigher CETL and LDHEN London Met 2007. London Met – reading reading. Why students are not reading What ’ s it for – why do we want our students to read?

By loe
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Design, prototyping and construction

Design, prototyping and construction

Design, prototyping and construction. Overview. Prototyping and construction Conceptual design Physical design Generating prototypes Tool support . Prototyping and construction. What is a prototype? Why prototype? Different kinds of prototyping low fidelity high fidelity

By schuyler
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Diagnosing Student Errors

Diagnosing Student Errors

Diagnosing Student Errors. Jan. 25, 2007. Diagnosing Errors. Two Principles from NCTM Equity “all students can learn For us: teach students at the appropriate levels Assessment “assessment supports mathematical learning”

By ima
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Lorenz and Kidd Metrics Suite

Lorenz and Kidd Metrics Suite

Lorenz and Kidd Metrics Suite. Total Number of Operations. In order to calculate the number of operations, the Software Engineer must do the following, Obtain the Classes CRC index cards. Count the number of operations listed for the class. Input this number into the cell.

By kay
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Manipulatives — Concrete and Virtual — Across the Grades

Manipulatives — Concrete and Virtual — Across the Grades

Manipulatives — Concrete and Virtual — Across the Grades. Why?. multiple representations analogies Hofstadter social nature of knowledge Lave, Wenger, Brown, Zygotsky, conversations/justifications experiences plausible reasoning Polya. More Why. conceptual knowledge.

By jarrett
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Critical Reading - They don ’ t read do they?

Critical Reading - They don ’ t read do they?

Critical Reading - They don ’ t read do they?. Sandra Sinfield - LDU – LearnHigher CETL and LDHEN Bradford University, June 2007. London Met – reading reading. Why students are not reading What ’ s it for – why do we want our students to read?

By dot
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I. Bellwork : 2/4/13

I. Bellwork : 2/4/13

I. Bellwork : 2/4/13. A. Place your –AR/-ER/-IR worksheet answers on your desk. B. On the back of the page, copy and translate the following sentences: 1. We call. 2. She writes. 3. I speak. Objectives:

By saburo
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Presidential Report Cards: Databases

Presidential Report Cards: Databases

Presidential Report Cards: Databases. Miss Connolly Library Media Specialist Parker Middle School Reading, MA 01867. The American President. Your Task. Create a report card for two early presidents of the United States of America. Report Card Elements. Background Domestic Affairs

By errol
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Active Learning

Active Learning

Active Learning. Karyn Sproles Center for Teaching & Learning. Fist to 5. How comfortable are you with active learning? Fist = I don’t even know what that is 5 fingers = I already do active learning and want to learn more. Game of 35. What do you want to get out of today’s workshop?.

By rafi
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Telling Time Practice Quarter & Half Hours

Telling Time Practice Quarter & Half Hours

Telling Time Practice Quarter & Half Hours. Teacher Notes Part 1 (10 slides): CLOCK FACES Students can write the time shown on individual white boards. Part 2 (10 slides): DIGITAL TIME GIVEN Students can show the matching time on their individual student clocks.

By teal
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Spiral Review

Spiral Review

Spiral Review. Spiral Review. The letters or and ore in words often stand for the /or/ sound. A prefix is added to the beginning of a base word and changes its meaning. The prefix re- means “again” or “back” The prefix un- means “not” or “opposite of.” . Spiral Review. fork

By wenda
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How to Study for Dr. Maynes’ Chemistry Tests

How to Study for Dr. Maynes’ Chemistry Tests

How to Study for Dr. Maynes’ Chemistry Tests. And get A’s. Notes. You do take class notes, don’t you? Helps to remember the material Going over them refreshes your memory Use them in conjunction with the Unit Review Notes Makes sure you look at the most important stuff. Homework.

By caroun
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Chapter THREE: Discovering Self-Motivation

Chapter THREE: Discovering Self-Motivation

Chapter THREE: Discovering Self-Motivation. Quiz, Ring Toss, Index Cards. Homework. Note: No late assignments will be accepted. Quiz Time. Discovering Self-Motivation. A Formula for Motivation. V x E = M V = Values (how important something is to us)

By cerise
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