On 18.10.2016 15:23, Jürgen Hestermann via Lazarus wrote:


IMO the order is extremly important!
If you start with the fundamental informations
(how does the processor work in general,
how are variables stored (stack/heap/etc.),
what does the processor do in loops, etc.)
then this information is remembered very well
because everybody can imagine what goes on in general.
You can *predict* what will (should) happen in your program.
IMO the order is extremely important!

If you start with complex stuff that does not yield immediate success (i.e. a working program that does something that might be useful) The students will loose interest and run away, unless they are nerds like ourselves.

-Michael
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