Weekly Core Program

Program B:

Mobile Apps Development

Learning on how to design and develop socially useful

mobile apps is a new skill to explore!

Upcoming 29th August 2021 (Tentative)

Project in Class

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Surprise App
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Tour Buddy
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Pronunciation Guide
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Barcode Scanner

About this Program

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In Program B, students will learn how to design and develop socially useful mobile apps. In addition to programming and computer science principles, Program B is project-based and emphasizes writing, communication, collaboration, and creativity. Students get the chance of designing their own mobile applications using MIT App Inventor and publish their functional apps to Android Play Store.

Course Structure

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Duration: 24 lessons
Hours per Lesson: 2 hours
Class Size: 20 to 34 students
Suggested Age: 10 to 14 years old
Prerequisite: 
Either completed Telebort Core Program A or having existing knowledge in programming.

What will you learn

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  • Develop applications for Android phones using a web browser or a connected phone or emulator. 

  • Build your own apps on your Android mobile phone.

Program Syllabus

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Program B is exclusively designed for students to learn key components of mobile development such as text sensing, information processing through list and indexing, data generation, Web Application Program Interface (API), and more.

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CHAPTER 1

Introduction to Mobile Apps Development and MIT App Inventor

CHAPTER 2

Visible and Non-visible Components in MIT App Inventor

CHAPTER 3

Text-To-Speech Technology

CHAPTER 4

Speech Recognizer

CHAPTER 5

Barcode & QR Code

CHAPTER 6

Database

CHAPTER 7

Clock

CHAPTER 8

Prototype