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Unit ISY1003 Foundations of Programming
Assessment Type Practical
Assessment
Number 2
Assessment
Weighting Programming Assessment
30%
Alignment with
Unit and Course Unit Learning Outcome
ULO 3: Describe and discuss the elements of effective programming style ULO 4: Demonstrate an understanding of the software development life cycle and apply sound programming analysis techniques (design, coding, debugging, testing and documentation) to justify
simple programming problems
Graduate Attributes Assessed
GA 1: Communication
GA 2: Collaboration
GA 4: Critical Thinking
Due Date/Time Week 10
31 May 2019 via Moodle Turnitin 5:00pm (AEST)
Assessment
Description In this project, you will work individually to write programs which demonstrate your understanding of IPO and usage of simple functions in Python programs.
Content and Structure:
You will have to write a modular program to:
1. Perform a series of transactions
2. This will be a project which students will choose and discuss with the lecturer prior to commencing.
3. Examples could be a scientific calculator, expense management system, online shopping system, banking system etc
Program expectation:
• The student must be able to explain the working of the program and its logic.
• Program should be indented, proper comments should be given, modification history should be present, variable names and data types should be chosen appropriately.
• The program should compile and execute to display the result.
• The student must use programming constructs available in Python and follow coding standards.
Detailed
Submission
Requirements •


• Multiple program files may be uploaded.
Student will also need to demonstrate the working of the program along with a full explanation of the underlying code.
Follow coding standards, naming conventions for variables and functions. Students will be asked to explain the working of their program and the logic they’ve used.
• Coding should be modular and program should use all the programming constructs learnt in the course.
Misconduct •
• The assessment will be submitted through Turnitin via your unit page on Moodle. Turnitin is plagiarism software, which will identify if you have copied information and included it in your assessment.
• Copying information from others (i.e. websites, partner company information, or other students etc.) without the acknowledging the author is classified as misconduct.
• Engaging someone else to write any part of your assessment for you outside of the group work arrangement is classified as misconduct.
• To avoid being charged with Misconduct, students need to submit their own work and be able to explain the program logic and its working.
• The AIH misconduct policy and procedure can be read on the AIH website (https://aih.nsw.edu.au/about-us/policies-procedures/).
Late Submission • Any assessment submitted past the specific due date and time will be classified as Late.
• Any Late submission will be subject to a reduction of the mark allocated for the assessment item by 5% per day (or part thereof) of the total marks available for the assessment item. A ‘day’ for this purpose is defined as any day of the week including weekends. Assignments submitted later than one (1) week after the due date will not be accepted, unless special consideration is approved as per the formal process.
Special consideration • Students whose ability to submit or attend an assessment item is affected by sickness, misadventure or other circumstances beyond their control, may be eligible for special consideration. No consideration is given when the condition or event is unrelated to the student's performance in a component of the assessment, or when it is considered not to be serious.
• Students applying for special consideration must submit the form within 3 days of the due date of the assessment item or exam.
• The form can be obtained from the AIH website (https://aih.nsw.edu.au/currentstudents/student-forms/) or on-campus at Reception.
• The request form must be submitted to Student Services. Supporting evidence should be attached. For further information please refer to the Student Assessment Policy and associated Procedure available on
• (https://aih.nsw.edu.au/about-us/policies-procedures/).
Rubrics Marking Criteria
HD D C P F
ULO 3: Describe and discuss the elements of
effective programming style
ULO 4: Demonstrate an understanding of the software development life cycle and apply sound programming analysis techniques (design, coding, debugging, testing and documentation) to justify simple programming problems
Program generates output as expected
Header section has
modification history
Naming conventions are followed for variables, functions and other
programming units
(24 - 30 marks)
Program generates output as expected
Program follows a modular approach and uses all the
programming constructs
learnt
Functions are used to perform operations
(18 -24 marks)
Program generates output as expected
All coding standards are followed
Code is indented
(15 – 18 marks)
Code compiles
Program uses concepts learnt in class to meet the
requirements
Program implements business logic
Program generates correct output
(15 marks)
Code does not compile
Unable to execute code
Program does not perform as per functionality and features approved by lecturer
(0 – 14)

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