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Revision as of 00:47, 9 March 2017

Overview

Title

Propose a New Feature

Overview

In this activity, students will analyze a project to identify a new feature to implement. They will document and propose this new feature to the community. To do so, they will need to learn and follow the coding and communication practices of the project community.

Prerequisites

What topics and tools does the student need to know prior to beginning this activity?

Learning Objectives After successfully completing this activity, the learner should be able to:

What should the student be able to do after completing this activity?

Process Skills Practiced
  • Written communication
  • Problem solving
  • Management?
  • Critical thinking


Background

  • Is there background reading material?
  • What is the rationale for this activity?

Directions

  • Identify a new feature to be implemented
  • Document the feature
  • Propose the feature

All of this will likely depend on the community's guidelines for proposing features.

Deliverables

  • What will the student hand in?

Notes for Instructors

The remaining sections of this document are intended for the instructor. They are not part of the learning activity that would be given to students.

Assessment

  • How will the activity be graded?
  • How will learning will be measured? Ideally, there should be a way to measure each of the objectives described above.
  • How will feedback to the student be determined?

Include sample assessment questions/rubrics. Feel free to indicate that the activity itself is not graded, however it would be helpful to include any questions that might be used at a later date to interpret learning, for example on a quiz or exam.

The form of the assessment is expected to vary by assignment. One possible format is the table:

Criteria Level 1 (fail) Level 2 (pass) Level 3 (good) Level 4 (exceptional)
Criterion 1...
Criterion 2...

Comments

  • What should the instructor know before using this activity?
  • What are some likely difficulties that an instructor may encounter using this activity?

Suggestions for Open Source Community

Suggestions for an open source community member who is working in conjunction with the instructor.

Additional Information

ACM Body of Knowledge
Area & Unit(s)

What ACM Body of Knowledge Area and Unit(s) are covered?

ACM Topic(s)

What specific topics are addressed? The Computing Curricula 2013 provides a list of topics in Appendix A - The Body of Knowledge (page 58) - https://www.acm.org/education/CS2013-final-report.pdf

Level of Difficulty

Is this activity easy, medium, or hard?

Estimated Completion Time

How long should a typical student take to complete the activity?

Environment / Materials

What does the student need? (e.g. Internet access, IRC client, Git Hub account, LINUX machine, etc.)

Author(s)

Who wrote this activity?

Source

Is there another activity on which this activity is based? If so, please provide a link to the original resource.

License

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