4-H Club Python Spring 2022

    Tuesday, January 11, 2022 at 4:30 PM until Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at 5:30 PMMountain Standard Time


    DSU - Atwood Innovation Plaza - STEM Center
    453 S 600 E
    St George, UT 84770
    United States

    Python II 4-H Club (8-10th graders) 

    This course introduces students to Python concepts such as data types, variables, strings, input, testing, formatting, arguments, and parameters.  Students will create programs that prompt users for input and use conditional (True/False) logic and will learn basic troubleshooting for code.

    Python experience is preferred for Python II.

    4-H Club Python II - Spring 2022

     8-10th graders

    This is a hands-on course for those who are new to text-based programming and provides an in-depth look at the details of Python layers and concepts. We will explore data types and variables, take a look at strings, input, testing, and formatting. From there, we'll learn about arguments and parameters, along with conditionals and nested conditionals. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to create programs that prompt users for input and use conditional (True/False) logic and Python methods to manipulate numbers and text to provide responses to the users, in addition to requesting further input. Plus, learn basic troubleshooting for your code. 

    Fee

    The $25 course fee includes:

    • Annual 4-H membership fee ($10)
    • Program materials
    • T-shirt
    • End of term showcase

    Meetings

    Every Tuesday from from 4:30-5:30 pm, January 11 - March 1, 2022
    The Dixie State 4-H Showcase Wednesday, March 9, 2022 6-8 pm

    Dates

    • 1/11, 1/18, 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/15, 2/22, 3/1 & Showcase 3/9
    • 8 weeks total

    Room Numbers

    Atwood Innovation Plaza room 124 (Gym)

    Course Requirements

    • Cannot miss more than 1 meeting
    • Parent/Guardian must must commit to pick up child by exactly 5:30pm 
    • End course with final presentation 

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    2. Dress should be neat and appropriate for a school setting. Clothing should not display profanity, suggestive slogans, or promote illegal substances.

    3. Closed toe shoes should be worn.

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    5. Inflammatory comments concerning ability, race, gender, religion, or orientation will not be tolerated.

    6. Do not engage in unsafe behavior in the classrooms or anywhere else on campus.

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