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|'''Title''' || Git Intro Activity
 
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|'''Overview''' || Participants, in teams of 2-3, work through an activity to learn how to install, configure, and use git to manage local repositories.
 
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|'''Prerequisite Knowledge''' ||
 
 
* Prerequisite Knowledge and Skills
 
** Command-line operations:
 
*** Change working directory (cd)
 
** Filesystem operations:
 
*** Create, rename, move, and delete directories and files
 
** Plaintext editor operations:
 
*** Edit and save a file
 
 
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|'''Learning Objectives''' || Participants will be able to:
 
  
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{{Learning Activity Overview
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Git Intro Activity
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Participants, in teams of 2-3, work through an activity to learn how to install, configure, and use git to manage local repositories.
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|prerequisites=
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* Command-line operations:
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** Change working directory (cd)
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* Filesystem operations:
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** Create, rename, move, and delete directories and files
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* Plaintext editor operations:
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** Edit and save a file
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* Install git
 
* Install git
 
* Configure git
 
* Configure git
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* Inspect the state of a repository
 
* Inspect the state of a repository
 
* Undo a commit
 
* Undo a commit
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|process skills=
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=== Background ===
 
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=== Background: ===
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Activity is maintained here: https://github.com/StoneyJackson/git-intro-activity
 
Activity is maintained here: https://github.com/StoneyJackson/git-intro-activity
  
=== Directions: ===
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=== Directions ===
  
 
Directions are available here: https://github.com/StoneyJackson/git-intro-activity
 
Directions are available here: https://github.com/StoneyJackson/git-intro-activity
  
=== Deliverables: ===
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=== Deliverables ===
  
 
A completed worksheet and a git repository.
 
A completed worksheet and a git repository.
  
=== Assessment: ===
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=== Assessment ===
  
 
This is an in-class, team-based learning activity, and is not intended for assessment. If you really want to assess it, you would review answers teams give to questions and the git repository they produced. You could also circulate during the activity and assess team work and critical thinking.
 
This is an in-class, team-based learning activity, and is not intended for assessment. If you really want to assess it, you would review answers teams give to questions and the git repository they produced. You could also circulate during the activity and assess team work and critical thinking.
  
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=== Comments ===
  
  
 
=== Additional Information: ===
 
=== Additional Information: ===
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{{Learning Activity Info
|'''ACM Knowledge Area/Knowledge Unit''' || Software Engineering (SE)
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Software Engineering (SE)
|'''ACM Topic''' || Software configuration management and version control
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Software configuration management and version control
|'''Level of Difficulty''' || Medium
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medium
|'''Estimated Time to Completion''' ||  70 minutes
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70 minutes
|'''Materials/Environment''' ||
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* Participants: 2+
 
* Participants: 2+
 
* Each team needs 1 computer with
 
* Each team needs 1 computer with
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** A browser
 
** A browser
 
** A working Internet connection with ports open for HTTP and HTTPS
 
** A working Internet connection with ports open for HTTP and HTTPS
 
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Darci Burdge and Stoney Jackson
|'''Author''' || Darci Burdge and Stoney Jackson
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https://github.com/StoneyJackson/git-intro-activity
|'''Source''' || https://github.com/StoneyJackson/git-intro-activity
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(c) 2016 Darci Burdge and Stoney Jackson SOME RIGHTS RESERVED
|'''License''' || (c) 2016 Darci Burdge and Stoney Jackson SOME RIGHTS RESERVED
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{{License CC BY SA}}
 
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This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ .
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Latest revision as of 22:50, 7 September 2018


Title

Git Intro Activity

Overview

Participants, in teams of 2-3, work through an activity to learn how to install, configure, and use git to manage local repositories.

Prerequisites
  • Command-line operations:
    • Change working directory (cd)
  • Filesystem operations:
    • Create, rename, move, and delete directories and files
  • Plaintext editor operations:
    • Edit and save a file
Learning Objectives After successfully completing this activity, the learner should be able to:
  • Install git
  • Configure git
  • Make and commit changes to a repository
  • Add new files to a repository
  • Remove a file from a repository
  • Modify a file and commit the change
  • Stage changes for commit
  • Unstage changes for commit
  • Explain the purpose of the stage/cache/index
  • Inspect the state of a repository
  • Undo a commit
Process Skills Practiced


Background

Activity is maintained here: https://github.com/StoneyJackson/git-intro-activity

Directions

Directions are available here: https://github.com/StoneyJackson/git-intro-activity

Deliverables

A completed worksheet and a git repository.

Assessment

This is an in-class, team-based learning activity, and is not intended for assessment. If you really want to assess it, you would review answers teams give to questions and the git repository they produced. You could also circulate during the activity and assess team work and critical thinking.

Comments

Additional Information:

ACM Body of Knowledge
Area & Unit(s)

Software Engineering (SE)

ACM Topic(s)

Software configuration management and version control

Level of Difficulty

medium

Estimated Completion Time

70 minutes

Environment / Materials
  • Participants: 2+
  • Each team needs 1 computer with
    • A command-line interface
    • A plaintext editor
    • A browser
    • A working Internet connection with ports open for HTTP and HTTPS
Author(s)

Darci Burdge and Stoney Jackson

Source

https://github.com/StoneyJackson/git-intro-activity

License

(c) 2016 Darci Burdge and Stoney Jackson SOME RIGHTS RESERVED

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

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