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Warm-up and review (10 minutes):

Spend the first 5 minutes reviewing the previous day's material or concepts you found challenging.
Use the next 5 minutes to revisit code snippets or small programs you've worked on before.
Learning new concepts (25 minutes):

Focus on studying new Python concepts or topics suitable for beginners.
Utilize online tutorials, beginner-friendly video courses, or introductory books to learn and understand these concepts.
Take notes and ensure you grasp the fundament
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Knightboat
June 5, 2023, 8:46 PM
Jack’s Python Notes

Monday 5th June

Calculation and multiplication in Python are referred to as an “expression”

Variables cheat sheet

Variables are like boxes where you can store information.



Example: Imagine a box called score where you can store your game score.

You can give a box a name, like "myBox", to remember what's inside.



Example: myBox is the name of the box that holds your favorite color.

To put something in the box, use the "=" symbol. For example, myBox = 5 means the box now holds the number 5.



Example: score = 100 means you put the number 100 in the score box.

You can change what's inside the box by assigning a new value. For example, myBox = 10 means you replaced the old value with 10.



Example: myBox = "blue" means you changed the value in myBox to the word "blue".

Variables can hold different types of things: numbers (like 5), words (like "cat"), and yes/no answers (like True or False).



Example: age = 10 (number), pet = "cat" (word), isSunny = True (yes/no answer).

To use a variable, just write its name. For example, if myBox holds the number 5, you can do calculations with it like myBox + 3.



Example: If score holds 100, you can calculate a new score like newScore = score + 50.

You can show the value of a variable using print(). For example, print(myBox) will display the value of myBox on the screen.



Example: print(score) will show the value of the score variable on the screen.

I hope these examples help clarify how variables work in Python! Let me know if there's anything else you'd like to learn.
Knightboat
Knightboat
June 4, 2023, 2:46 PM
This goal is a daily accountability for Shivika to keep me on target. I will do the following

Warm-up and review (10 minutes):

Spend the first 5 minutes reviewing the previous day's material or concepts you found challenging.
Use the next 5 minutes to revisit code snippets or small programs you've worked on before.
Learning new concepts (25 minutes):

Focus on studying new Python concepts or topics suitable for beginners.
Utilize online tutorials, beginner-friendly video courses, or introductory books to learn and understand these concepts.
Take notes and ensure you grasp the fundamental concepts before moving on.
Guided exercises or coding examples (20 minutes):

Practice with guided exercises or coding examples designed for beginners.
Work through exercises that provide step-by-step instructions or sample code for you to modify and experiment with.
Focus on understanding how the code works and make small modifications to observe the effects.
Review and clarification (5 minutes):

Use this time to review the concepts you've learned in the session.
If there are any aspects that you find unclear or need further clarification, use online resources or ask for help in beginner-friendly Python communities.
Reflection and planning (5 minutes):

Use the last few minutes to reflect on what you've learned during the session.
Consider any challenges you faced and think about how you can overcome them in the next session.
Set specific goals for the next study session to continue building your skills as a beginner.
Remember, as a beginner, it's important to focus on understanding the core concepts and gradually build your coding skills through guided practice.

Attendance and camera presence (60 minutes):

Jack must be present on camera for the full 60-minute study session.
Ensure the camera remains on throughout the session to fulfill the attendance requirement.
Twitch recording for verification (ongoing):

Stream the study session on Twitch to allow Shivika to verify Jack's progress.
Ensure the session is recorded and saved on Twitch for Shivika's reference.
Learning new concepts (25 minutes):

Focus on studying new Python concepts or topics suitable for beginners.
Utilize online tutorials, beginner-friendly video courses, or introductory books to learn and understand these concepts.
Take notes of the key points and concepts learned during this time.
Guided exercises or coding examples (20 minutes):

Engage in guided exercises or coding examples designed for beginners.
Work through exercises that provide step-by-step instructions or sample code for you to modify and experiment with.
Apply the newly learned concepts and document the code modifications made during this time.
Note-taking and summary (10 minutes):

Jack must provide daily notes summarizing what he has learned.
Use this time to review the session's material and write down key takeaways, important code snippets, or any challenges faced.
Jack is allowed to utilize Chat GPT for note-taking assistance to meet the time constraints.
Time tracking and targets (ongoing):

Utilize a time clock or timer to track the progress and ensure adherence to the scheduled study session.
Stay mindful of the allocated time for each task to maintain progress and meet the targets.
Valid reasons for non-completion of daily tasks:

In the event of an outside interference preventing completion, Jack must submit a valid reason.
Valid reasons accepted are limited to a family emergency (proof to be submitted) or an accident.
Proof, such as documentation or evidence, must be submitted to Shivika for verification.
Remember to prioritize active engagement during the study session and document the learning process effectively to meet the daily requirements and progress in your Python learning journey.
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