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1Advanced Understanding of UC’s A-G. 41Anatomy and Physiology course that expects
Monica H. Lin, Ph.D. Associate Director of students to think critically about current
Undergraduate Admissions Nina Costales physiology research and real-life case
High School Articulation Coordinator studies, using their knowledge of the body
University of California | Office of the systems. Extensive laboratory activities,
President. Educating for Careers both directed, microscopic, dissection and
Conference March 10, 2013. independent inquiry will investigate the
2Workshop Topics. Part I: Overview structure of the body, as well as the
& Background Part II: A-G Course List scientific method of discovery,
Update & Review Process Part III: questioning, writing, analysis and
Writing Courses for A-G Submission Part presentation. Understanding, critical
IV: A-G Course Evaluation. 2. thinking and problem solving skills
3Part I: Overview & Background. 3. related to Physiology and Anatomy
4Purpose of Articulation. Align connected to concepts normally taught at
curriculum across educational segments to the college level will be developed. The
support students UC admissions based on a expected outcome of this course is that
minimum of 15 academic courses known as students will want to major in science or
the “a-g” subject requirements Pattern of a medical field in college and that their
“a-g” courses aims to: Prepare students to advanced scientific knowledge and
participate fully in their first-year laboratory experience will prepare them
program at the University Provide students for this. 41.
with a general knowledge foundation for 42Course Outline: Example #1. Course
new and advanced study Help students Outline. Management and Leadership in
develop critical thinking and analytical Business Organizations Topic Outline: The
skills. 4. role of management Responsibilities of
5Why is UC Committed to CTE? UC managers in organizing activities The
supports the statewide agenda to expand Influence of leadership styles in a
applied learning in high schools UC values corporate culture Study of control
the multiple pathways approach to learning activities Roles of managers in different
UC recognizes how career technical organizational settings Study of
education (CTE) helps bridge the managerial skills Trends that affect
college-career divide UC’s aim: broaden management Managing Human Resources Topic
student preparation, access, and success. Outline: Study of human resource
5. management process Study of changes in
6UC and CTE: How Far We Have Come. In economic needs as related to human
2000-01, UC approved 258 CTE courses By resources Study to determine human
2012-13, UC has approved 11,844 CTE resource needs… 42.
courses 9,954 CTE courses offered at 43Course Outline: Example #2. Course
public high schools 1,890 CTE courses Outline. A. Introduction to Biotechnology,
offered at private high schools. 6. Past and Present The student will be able
7CTE Courses by A-G Subject Area. 7. to: 1. Describe major historic
8A-G Courses by CTE Industry Sector. developments in biotechnology fields such
CTE Industry Sector. # of UC-approved A-G as pharmaceuticals, agriculture,
Courses. Agriculture and Natural diagnostics, industrial products,
Resources. 1406. Arts, Media, and instrumentation and research and
Entertainment. 4975. Building Trades and development. 2. Identify the major
Construction. 11. Education, Child scientific discoveries that lead to
Development and Family Services. 209. recombinant DNA technology, including
Energy and Utilities. 16. Engineering and those in chemistry, genetics,
Design. 874. Fashion and Interior Design. microbiology, and fermentation technology,
63. Finance and Business. 256. 8. and explain how those discoveries are used
9A-G Courses by CTE Industry Sector. in industry today. …. 5. Develop
CTE Industry Sector. # of UC-approved A-G scientific questions, hypotheses, and
Courses. Health Science and Medical experimental plans. …. 11. Use the
Technology. 1469. Hospitality, Tourism, Internet and World Wide Web to collect and
and Recreation. 58. Information share scientific information. 43.
Technology. 770. Manufacturing and Product 44Course Outline: Example #3. Course
Development. 141. Marketing, Sales, and Outline. Unit 6: The Relationship Between
Services. 340. Public Services. 1245. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Transportation. 11. 9. Exponential and logarithmic functions are
10UC’s CTE Goals for the Future. Approve analyzed and graphed in base and arbitrary
more CTE courses in English, math, and . Emphasis is placed on the inverse
history Approve a variety of “a-g” courses relationship between exponential and
in all industry sectors Continue to logarithmic functions. Properties of
support the development of integrated CTE logarithms are explored. Methods of
courses for “a-g” approval Provide estimating logarithmic values are
professional development opportunities discussed. The logistic growth function is
Create more tools and resources for defined, and its graph explored. The
teachers. 10. methods of solving certain [accessible]
11UC Curriculum Integration Institutes. equations that involve exponentials and/or
UCCI Institutes expand UC’s CTE vision to logarithms are covered, and are applied to
encourage collaborative, innovative course solve problems involving exponential
design Brings together high school and growth & decay, and logarithmic
community educators and industry models. Essential Standards: Algebra 2:
representatives to create high school 11.1, 14.0 Supporting Standards: Algebra
courses that integrate academics and CTE 2: 11.0, 11.2, 12.0, 13.0, 15.0, 24.0. 44.
23 CTE courses have been developed and 45Course Outline: Example #4. Course
approved in one of the “a-f” subject areas Outline. The course begins with a brief
e.g., Spanish for the Entrepreneurial introduction to the history of global
Mind; Constructing Algebra 2; Business studies and the major periods of
Statistics; Designing the American Dream development of this field. We will cover
For more information: www.ucci.ucop.edu. significant historical and contemporary
11. theories of sociology, economics,
12Upcoming UCCI Institutes. Spring 2013 business, cultural studies and media
– April 11-14 in San Francisco Bay Area studies. These theories will be viewed
Institute #1: Health Science & Medical through the lens of globalization studies.
Technology with Language other than We will discuss how these different areas
English (“e”) Institute #2: Arts, Media within the field of global studies play a
& Entertainment with History/Social part in globalization. First we will
Science (“a”) or English (“b”) Fall 2013 – define the general concept of
Dates TBD in San Diego For more globalization, who thinks it is positive,
information on applying: who negative, and why. From here the
http://ucci.ucop.edu/ucci-institutes/upcom course will more in depth, first from a
ng-institutes.html. 12. sociological point a view to better
13Part II: A-G Course List Update & explain how the different aspects of
Review Process. 13. society and culture influence and advance
14Doorways Websites. Online Update the interconnectedness of our world. Then
website https://doorways.ucop.edu/update the course will strive to demonstrate how
Manage and update course list and school’s different cultures/people experience
information “a-g” Course List website globalization. Topics such as the
https://doorways.ucop.edu/list View any availability of technology, food and work
school’s or program’s course list “a-g” will be discussed here. After this, we
Guide website http://www.ucop.edu/agguide will look at globalization through the
Informational website for everything economic theories we have already covered
“a-g,” updating the course list, Career in order to further evaluate the effects
Technical Education (CTE), and online of a global economy on different countries
learning. 14. and people within those countries, also by
15A-G Course List Update Process. A-G looking at topics related to access to
course lists must be manually published resources and technology. The course will
each year All updates to your “a-g” course present different theories about how the
list are submitted using the Online Update growing, global economy is influencing the
website New courses typically reviewed concept of what a Nation-State is and how
within 4-6 weeks of submission Begin it operates in a global society.
updating your course list early! 2012-13 Afterwards, the course will use concepts
update cycle at a glance: 22,467 = Total and theories from cultural and media
number of courses submitted 9,897 = Total studies, and sociology, to debate the role
number of new courses submitted 8,050 = and influence of different aspects of
Number of courses received during the last culture and media on societies beliefs
2 weeks of cycle. 15. about whether or not globalization is
16NEW A-G Course Submission Timeline. positive for our world. Lastly, we will
*2013-14 update cycle opened March 1, discuss various possible alternatives to
2013. 16. the current trends in globalizing our
17Part III: Writing Courses for A-G belief systems about economy, business,
Submission. 17. and general cultural. . 45.
18The A-G Course Pattern. Subject 46Course Outline: Example #5. Course
requirement. Required # of years. Outline. Unit 3: Elements of Art/
Additional information. History/social Principles of Design Vocabulary and
science (“a”). 2 years. 1 year of world analyze Elements of art Book Project (Key
history AND 1 year of U.S. history, or ? Assignment) Principles of Design (Key
year of U.S. history and ? year of Assignment) Unit 4: Getting started
government. English (“b”). 4 years. Introduction to type Pillars Type (Key
Includes regular writing, reading of Assignment) Portfolio Cover (Key
classic and modern literature, and Assignment) Students create an InDesign
practice with listening and speaking. document as a Means to publish there class
Mathematics (“c”). 3 years. Including the documents assignments. Event Posters (Key
topics covered in elementary and advanced Assignment) Unit 5: Introduction to
algebra and 2- and 3-dimensional geometry. Graphic Design Introduction to Graphic
Laboratory science (“d”). 2 years. Courses Design Personal Word Web Personal Logo
in at least 2 of the 3 disciplines of Design (Key Assignment)… 46.
biology, chemistry, and physics. Language 47Course Outline: Example #6. Course
other than English (“e”). 2 years. The Outline. Chapter 4: What is Demand?
same language other than English. Visual –Factors Affecting Demand The Law of
and performing arts (“f”). 1 year. Chosen Demand states that people will buy more of
from dance, drama/theater, music, or the a product at a lower price than they will
visual arts. College-preparatory elective buy at a higher price, if nothing else
(“g”). 1 year. An “a-f” course beyond changes. Demand does not always stay the
those used to satisfy the requirement OR same. There are a number of factors that
course approved as “g” elective. 18. will cause demand to either increase or
19UC A-G Course Approval. A-G course decrease. Among the determinants of demand
approval based on: A-G subject area course are tastes, income, and the price of
requirements Online: related products. As you read, keep in
http://www.ucop.edu/agguide/a-g-requiremen mind the difference between a change in
s/index.html CTE course criteria Online: demand and a change in the quantity
http://www.ucop.edu/agguide/career-technic demanded. A change in demand is a result
l-education/course-criteria/index.html A-G of a change in the determinants of demand.
course evaluation guidelines Online: A change in the quantity demanded is a
http://www.ucop.edu/agguide/updating-your- result of a change in price. 47.
ourse-list/submitting-courses/course-evalu 48Course Outline: Example #7. Course
tion/index.html. 19. Outline. Unit 7: The Struggle: 1960s
20Tips for Writing A-G Courses. Read the Students will interpret the struggle for
subject area course requirements Focus on economic, political, social and health
course content Be specific and detailed care equality in the United States. They
Write to your audience Presentation is will analyze the impact of social and
important Use available tools and political upheaval in the context of
resources Course description templates equality and individual rights. Students
Sample courses and other UC-approved will understand how underrepresented
courses Course evaluation guidelines populations fought for opportunities and
Trainings and workshops New User Training civil liberties in daily life and how the
– Updating the A-G Course List Webinar government redefined its role in the
(March 13) New Online Course Policy (April welfare of the nation. Students will...
24) “a-g” Guide website. 20. Evaluate the successes and tensions
21CTE Course Criteria. Include advanced created by United States foreign and
concepts and skills from the “a-g” subject domestic policies and the response of
areas Combine academic knowledge with individuals to those policies (e.g.,
technical and occupational knowledge Vietnam, Great Society) … Critique
Incorporate challenging opportunities to government involvement in withholding
develop understanding of tools, processes, information about health care issues, such
and materials Connects closely with the as food and vaccine additives, and
academic curriculum Shows the integration pesticides. Understand and explain the
of academic and technical concepts and impact of the Civil Rights movement on
skills in all aspects of the course. 21. accessibility and availability of health
22Brief Course Description. Briefly (in care to underrepresented populations.
a short paragraph) describe the course, Evaluate the impact of legislation on the
focusing on content, rather than care of patients diagnosed with mental
instructional strategies, assessments, or illness. 48.
rationale. If the school has a catalog, 49Key Assignments: Example #1. Key
enter the description that is in the Assignments. Students will be expected to
catalog. What is the course about? 22. answer assessment questions at end of
23Guidelines for Brief Course reading assignments. Conceptual Problems
Description. In the Brief Course where a problem is given and student is
Description section, UC is looking for: A asked to apply concepts studied in chapter
description of the course’s content to question and arrive at an answer. Labs
Additional tips: This is the first thing Teacher demonstrations Research Paper- One
the analyst will read Draw your content per semester – 3 to 5 pages on a current
from the Course Outline section The Brief breakthrough in chemistry or a past
Course Description and Course Purpose historical breakthrough in chemistry of
should not be identical and repetitive. the student’s choosing. . 49.
23. 50Key Assignments: Example #2. Key
24Textbook/Supplemental Materials. Assignments. Unit 3: Supreme Court and its
Textbooks: Include a list of Primary and Decisions Research paper on a Supreme
Secondary Texts. Make sure to note the Court decision and an oral presentation
books that will be read entirely and those with a visual (PowerPoint or Prezi) in
that will be read as excerpts. Online front of the class. Current Event article
texts or non-standard text materials response to a current Supreme Court case
should include a link to the online text. at the time of the unit. Group discussion
Supplemental Materials: Please describe and reading on the separate-but-equal
(each supplemental material). If using decision. Cornell notes on the PowerPoint
online text or non-standard material, lectures for Chapter 5. 50.
please provide the title of the material 51Key Assignments: Example #3. Key
or webpage and the URL link. What are the Assignments. Project 1.3 (key) Students
students reading and what other materials will be given a series of poor images and
are used to support the delivery and be instructed to make the necessary
understanding of the curriculum? 24. corrections Repair old/cracked image
25Guidelines for Textbook/ Supplemental Remove object in an image Retouch
Materials. In the Textbook/Supplemental blemishes Project 1.4 (key) Students will
Materials section, UC is looking for: List be instructed to Change color of
of core textbooks List of key supplemental background on a studio image Change color
instructional materials Evidence that each of a shirt on image Darken the sky in an
textbook and supplemental material clearly image and make it blue. 51.
supports the curriculum Grade- and 52Key Assignments: Example #4. Key
content-appropriate text and materials. Assignments. Research Essay: 1. Select one
25. or two historical figures who had a major
26Course Purpose. What is the purpose of influence on the development of either
this course? Please provide a brief sociology or psychology. Choose two people
description of the goals and expected only if their work is closely linked. 2.
outcomes. How these will be accomplished Select at least one text by the person you
should be reserved for the Course Outline, have chosen to study. The text must be a
Key Assignments, Assessments and/or unified piece that is at least 10 pages
Instructional Methods. Why is it important long. Be sure that you have the
for students to take this course? 26. information you need to put the text into
27Guidelines for Course Purpose. In the its correct context. 3. Conduct research
Course Purpose section, UC is looking for: on the person you have chosen to study,
The course’s “big ideas” encompassing and read the text you have chosen. To help
academic content, career-related (if you select valuable sources and take
applicable) goals, and habits of mind The accurate and relevant notes, the
rigor of the course and content Not a instructor will provide source evaluation
reiteration of state standards Additional forms and note-taking forms. 4. Write an
tips: Be specific to your course and essay of at least 7 pages (double-spaced).
content Draw content from the course-wide The essay must include: an introduction; a
goals and learning objectives Should be conclusion; biographical information that
expository, not a list of objectives or is integrated into your discussion of the
standards The Brief Course Description and person’s contribution to science; an
Course Purpose should not be identical and in-depth analysis of the text you read and
repetitive. 27. how it fit into the state of research at
28Course Outline. A detailed descriptive the time it was written; footnotes; and a
summary of all topics covered. All works cited page that does not count in
historical knowledge is expected to be the page length requirement. 52.
empirically based; give example. Show 53Key Assignments: Example #5. Key
examples of how the text is incorporated Assignments. Create a graphic organizer to
into the topics covered. A mere listing of show the different themes that geographers
topics in outline form is not sufficient study. Make a concept map that organizes
(i.e., textbook table of contents or the experiences African nations have had
California State Standards). What are the with colonialism over the past few
students learning? 28. centuries. Connect countries in Africa to
29Guidelines for Course Outline. In the others that had been exploited by European
Course Outline section, UC is looking for: powers. African Report: Students use
The concepts, topics, theories, and skills provided websites to research the
that are covered Depth and breadth The postcolonial economy of one African
process and flow of concepts Clear country. Students compiled the information
evidence of the level of rigor and they gather, summarize it, draw inferences
development of essential skills and create visuals to represent this
Incorporation of the texts and information. Students provided websites to
supplemental materials Additional tips: Be learn about oil production and write a
detailed and descriptive Do not include short report on their findings. Research
key assignments or assessments Remember the life of Gandhi and the policy
your audience. 29. nonviolent civil disobedience in India
30Key Assignments. Detailed description Create an outline for a documentary that
of all Key Assignments which should would emphasize India’s diversity and
incorporate activities and projects, as complexity. Prepare a multimedia
well as short answers and essay questions. presentation on the Ring of Fire including
How do assignments incorporate topics? the impact of eruptions, earthquakes and
Include all assignments that students will tsunamis. Visuals must be included in this
be required to complete. Assignments assignment…. 53.
should be linked to components mentioned 54Key Assignments: Example #6. Key
in the course outline. It is not Assignments. Unit 1: Scaling Images and
appropriate or necessary to include Murals - Ratios, Algebraic Expressions
instructions given to students regarding Algebra Worksheets Students solve and
execution of assignments (formatting, simplify simple proportions and evaluate
timeliness, etc.). Do not include exams or and describe direct variation…[and] work
assessments in this section. What are the with rational expressions, ratios,
students doing? 30. proportion, and percent through…worksheets
31Guidelines for Key Assignments. In the to prepare them for the first key unit
Key Assignments section, UC is looking project. Scaling Images Through Algebra
for: Detailed descriptions of each key Students create and scale an original
assignment – process, product, and outcome mural design using colored pencils and
Assignments clearly link to and address grid structures…Using their scaled mural
the unit’s topics and goals Progression of designs, students create ratios,
content, skills, and student understanding proportions, and percents by comparing
Engaging and rigorous assignments points in their original and scaled
Description of writing assignments – drawings. Students evaluate their drawings
topic, length, nature, and intent of the by solving proportions to validate the
essay Description of lab activities – accuracy of their scaling. Students resize
process, product and result/outcome their image by using fractions with
Additional tips: Use a variety of polynomials (rational expressions) and
different types of activities and projects factoring techniques to investigate a
Quality over quantity Each description = variety of sizes their drawing might take.
3-5 sentences in length. 31. Applying Scaling Techniques in Photoshop
32Instructional Methods and/or In Photoshop, students take an existing
Strategies. Indicate how the Instructional image to scan and distort by keeping one
Methods and/or Strategies support the of the dimensions a constant ratio and
delivery of the curriculum. What portions altering different parameters. Students
of the Course Outline are supported by the use the techniques garnered in the Scaling
methods and strategies? What methods will Images Through Algebra Project to predict,
be used to teach the course and how do describe, and interpret the outcomes of
they support the content and student their scaled images. Students also apply
outcomes? 32. different Photoshop techniques to alter
33Guidelines for Instructional Methods and distort images and postulate the
and/or Strategies. In the Instructional possible algebraic statements that might
Methods and/or Strategies section, UC is make the computer model possible… 54.
looking for: The name of the instructional 55Instructional Methods and/or
method/strategy Each instructional method Strategies: Example #1. Instructional
supports the delivery of the curriculum Methods and/or Strategies. Direct
and the learning objectives When (and why) instruction (PowerPoint) Debate
each strategy is used Additional tips: Be Simulations/Role Play Collaborative Groups
specific to your course and content Use a Current Event Article Discussions Word
variety of strategies A “laundry list” is Wall Jeopardy Review Game Concept
not acceptable. 33. Maps/Graphic Organizers Instructional Use
34Assessment Methods and/or Tools. of Rubrics Peer-to-peer teaching
Indicate the intent of each assessment Presentations Cornell notes Vocabulary
method and a brief description of how each log. 55.
relates to the Course Purpose and goals 56Instructional Methods and/or
related to the development of critical Strategies: Example #2. Instructional
thinking and other habits of mind. What Methods and/or Strategies. Direct
tools will be used to assess the students Instruction: Lecture or demonstration of
and how do they support the content and skill-sets. Students are required to take
learning outcomes? 34. notes during direct instruction. Students
35Guidelines for Assessment Methods are required to refer back to their notes
and/or Tools. In the Assessment Methods throughout units as lessons begin to build
and/or Tools section, UC is looking for: upon prior knowledge. Students practice
The name of the assessment method/tool The the process of listening, recording, and
intent and significance of each assessment retaining information. Used in all lessons
Additional tips: Be specific to your to teach the skills. Cooperative Group
course and content Use a variety of Work: Structured learning environments
assessments Assessments can be listed by where students can learn from each other.
unit or type Give examples of when each Students will also demonstrate peer
assessment is used A “laundry list” is not modeling and peer critiquing. Group
acceptable. 35. investigation is encouraged to provide
36Sample Integrated Courses. opportunities for networking and shared
History/social science (“a”) Criminal learning. Example: Brownie Combinations
Justice and Public Policy; Journey for Lesson. Independent and Group Research:
Justice English (“b”) Applied Medical Structured research skills are developed
English; Integrated Marketing and English throughout the course, both individually
Mathematics (“c”) Algebra at Your Service; and in small groups to provide platforms
Business Statistics; DaVinci Algebra for analysis and synthesis of information;
Laboratory science (“d”) Applied Physics to allow access to diverse areas of
and Engineering; Biotechnology Language content. Example: Data and Cost Analysis
other than English (“e”) American Sign Lesson. 56.
Language Visual and performing arts (“f”) 57Assessment Methods and/or Tools:
Graphic Design; Animation; Video Example #1. Assessment Methods and/or
Production College-preparatory elective Tools. Quick response to graded homework
(“g”) Child Development; Engineering ; assignments with comments on each
Forensic Science; Sports Medicine. 36. individual homework Test assessments
37Part IV: A-G Course Evaluation. 37. graded with in class review and step by
38Course Purpose: Example #1. Course step corrections Homework= 25% Class work=
Purpose. 1.0 ARTISTIC PERCEPTION Students 15% Notebook= 10% Quiz= 20% Test= 30%. 57.
will be able to sight read and perform 58Assessment Methods and/or Tools:
examples of historically significant 20th Example #2. Assessment Methods and/or
Century compositions and reflect upon the Tools. 5 = Well Above Basic or Advanced
techniques used to create them. (1.1, 1.3) Conceptual Understanding (A) Demonstrates
Students will be able to Aurally a mastery level of concepts taught.
transcribe songs and melodies in notation Demonstrates ability to synthesize
(At a level of 3 of 6) (1.2) Students will multiple historical/social science
be able to listen for and use 20th Century contexts together in a factually sound
musical elements and expressive devices in argument. Demonstrates an extension of
performance and composition (1.4, 1.5) 2.0 opinion based on sound evidence, criteria,
CREATIVE EXPRESSION Students will be able cause and effect, inferences, or analysis.
to perform examples of 20th Century 4 = Above Basic (B) Demonstrates a
Literature on the keyboard or other proficient level of concepts taught.
instrumentation. (At a level of 5 of 6) Demonstrates a clear level of
(2.4)… 38. understanding of historical/social science
39Course Purpose: Example #2. Course contexts…. 58.
Purpose. The goals of this course are to 59Assessment Methods and/or Tools:
allow students to: Develop a conceptual Example #3. Assessment Methods and/or
framework of Biology as a science. Tools. Presentations: This method holds
Focusing more on concepts and discoveries students accountable for their learning,
rather than simply memorizing terms and offers them feedback from which to make
technical details and routinely repeating goals and improvements, and allows them to
information on exams. Students should be monitor their own progress and enhance
able to appreciate science as a coherent their own skills as well as their own
body of information and seek to apply it learning. Students present to class, are
both inside and outside of the classroom. given teacher feedback, peer feedback, and
Gain an appreciation of the scientific write a self-assessment of their own
process, its history, and its present day presentation. (Example: Students present
applications. Students should also be able their PSA announcement to the class and
to understand the importance of the give their persuasive speech to the class
scientific process while experimenting and on something that should be changed in
be able to explain how they have used the their communities; peers listen, ask
scientific process in their own questions, and assess.) Students are
experiments both in writing and through graded on a rubric for these presentations
the written word. Develop a deeper - with an emphasis on public speaking for
understanding of different biological ELA, and an emphasis on collaboration and
process, particularly as they apply to presentation for CTE. This method develops
living beings and life cycles. 39. public speaking skills, requires that
40Course Purpose: Example # 3. Course students are accountable for and can
Purpose. To enable students to use the discuss their own work, and provides
operation and understanding of Adobe student-centered learning, as students
Photoshop CS6 and Adobe InDesign CS6 to assess each others’ projects and learn
begin their development of their inherent about others’ presentation topics. 59.
creativity through design techniques. 40. 60Contact Us. UCOP High School
41Course Purpose: Example #4. Course Articulation hsupdate@ucop.edu UC
Purpose. The purpose of this course is to Admissions askuc@ucop.edu. 60.
teach a comprehensive, advanced Human
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«Интерфейсы. Контейнерные классы» - Параметризованные интерфейсы. Свойства нескольких интерфейсов. Использование стандартных коллекций. Сравнение объектов. Реализация интерфейса. Граф. Интерфейсы и наследование. System. Контейнерные классы. Обход дерева. Переопределение. Общие сведения об интерфейсе. Программирование на языке высокого уровня.

«Среда Delphi» - Основы работы в среде Delphi. 2. Понятие визуальной среды разработки. Основные свойства формы: Caption – заголовок формы. Основные свойства компонента Edit: Text – содержит отображаемую строку данных. Основные свойства компонента Label: Caption – содержит текст надписи. Создание простейших приложений.».

«Программы на Delphi» - 1. Компоненты Delphi Radio Button и Checkbox. Компоненты Radio Button и Check Box. Check box - ы для выбора сразу нескольких условий из многих. Размещаем Label для вывода текста вопроса. Создание простого теста. Размещаем Radio Group на 4 варианта для выбора ответов. ? Посмотрите внимательно набор свойств компонента Check Box в инспекторе объектов.

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