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Note for Programming And Datastructure-2 - PD-2 By ANNA SUPERKINGS

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II Year (03 Semester) Class CS6301 Subject Code Programming and Data Structures II Subject T. Vithya Prepared By Lesson Plan for Introduction to Unit I 45 Minutes Time: Unit 1 – Lesson No. 1 / 12 Lesson. No 1.CONTENT LIST: Introduction to object oriented programming fundamentals. 2. SKILLS ADDRESSED: Understanding, Listening 3. OBJECTIVE OF THIS LESSON PLAN: To facilitate students understand the fundamentals of object oriented programming. 4.OUTCOMES: Know the basic fundamentals of oops. 5.LINK SHEET: 1. Define OOPS? 2. What are the features of OOPS? 6.EVOCATION: (5 Minutes)

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II Year (03 Semester) Class CS6301 Subject Code Programming and Data Structures II Subject T. Vithya Prepared By Lesson Plan for C++ Programming features – Data Abstraction, Encapsulation, Class, Object 45 Minutes Time: Unit 1 – Lesson No. 2 / 12 Lesson. No 1.CONTENT LIST: Concepts of OOPS Classes Object Data Abstraction Encapsulation Polymorphism Inheritance Dynamic binding Message Passing 2. SKILLS ADDRESSED: Understanding, Listening, Remembering 3. OBJECTIVE OF THIS LESSON PLAN: To facilitate students understand the basic concepts of OOPS. 4.OUTCOMES: Know the C++ features like objects, classes, encapsulation and data abstraction. 5.LINK SHEET: 3. Explain in detail the basic concepts of OOPS? 4. Define Class and object 5. What is inheritance and polymorphism 6. How messages are communicated between objects? 7. Define Dynamic binding 8. What is data abstraction and encapsulation

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6.EVOCATION: (5 Minutes)

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