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*pinMode() *pinMode(INPUT) *pinMode(OUTPUT)
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*pinMode()
**pinMode(INPUT)
**pinMode(OUTPUT)
*digitalWrite()
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digitalWrite(HIGH)
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digitalWrite(LOW) (with the pin set as output)
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*Email your Arduino code for this Blink Assignment as an attachment to Louis.Katz@tamucc.edu. Make sure your Arduino file is labeled Blink1FirstNameLastName as in as in BlinkALouisKatz. The code must have a header such as:
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!!!Email your Arduino code for this Blink Assignment as an attachment to Louis.Katz@tamucc.edu. Make sure your Arduino file is labeled Blink1FirstNameLastName as in as in BlinkALouisKatz. The code must have a header such as:
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*Email your Arduino code for this Blink Assignment to Louis.Katz@tamucc.edu. Make sure your Arduino file is labeled The code must have a header such as:
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*Email your Arduino code for this Blink Assignment as an attachment to Louis.Katz@tamucc.edu. Make sure your Arduino file is labeled Blink1FirstNameLastName as in as in BlinkALouisKatz. The code must have a header such as:
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void setup() {

// initialize serial communication at 9600 bits per second:

Serial.begin(9600); .................etc
}
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//louis.katz@tamucc.edu (use your own email)
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//mailto:louis.katz@tamucc.edu (use your own email)
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Subjects for quiz 1:

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Subjects for quiz 1: Don't look at this until your sketch is working.
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*digitalWrite() digitalWrite(HIGH) digitalWrite(LOW)
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*digitalWrite() digitalWrite(HIGH) digitalWrite(LOW) (with the pin set as output)
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*digitalWrite()
*pinMode()
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*pinMode() *pinMode(INPUT) *pinMode(OUTPUT)
*digitalWrite() digitalWrite(HIGH) digitalWrite(LOW)
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Email your Arduino code for this Blink Assignment to Louis.Katz@tamucc.edu
Make sure your Arduino file is labeled 
The code must have a header such as:

//Blink A (project title)


//Louis Katz ( use your own name )


//2016-02-30 (date this format alphabetizes properly0



//louis.katz@tamucc.edu (use your own email)


//This code is based on the Blink Program contained in the Arduino IDE (identify sources)
to:
*/*
*Email your Arduino code for this Blink Assignment to Louis.Katz@tamucc.edu. Make sure your Arduino file is labeled The code must have a header such as:
//Blink A (project title)

//Louis Katz ( use your own name )

//2016-02-30 (date this format alphabetizes properly)

//louis.katz@tamucc.edu (use your own email)

//This code is based on the Blink Program contained in the Arduino IDE (identify sources)
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Materials needed
*Arduino Uno (any would work if it has an internal LED on pin 13)
*USB Cable
*Computer to program it on
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*First lecture on how to burn out a board
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Take home project: Demonstrate that you can make the Arduino Blink to your specifications. In class there will be a discussion of minimalism, timing or perhaps formalism and the blink. Bring your Arduino into class blinking to the specifications above .

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Take home project:
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Demonstrate that you can make the Arduino Blink to your specifications. In class there will be a discussion of minimalism, timing or perhaps we should call it formalism and the blink. Bring your Arduino into class blinking to the specifications above
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Description of Assignment: Blink! A
. Set up the Arduino (IDE) interface with a computer, read the tutorials above and get your microcontroller to blink its on-board at a rate of 5 times a minute for 100 milliseconds with a 100 millisecond rest between each blink. (Ignore the processing time. ) 
My hope is that this will be done by the second class day, but problems, questions etc. will be handled on day 2. 
Then get your arduino to blink once short (100 millisecond) with a 100 millisecond break, by one long (200 milliseconds) with a 200 millisecond break and then repeat it infiitely.


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Description of Assignment: Blink! A
*Set up the Arduino (IDE) interface with a computer, read the tutorials above and get your microcontroller to blink its on-board at a rate of 5 times a minute for 100 milliseconds with a 100 millisecond rest between each blink. (Ignore the processing time. )
*My hope is that this will be done by the second class day, but problems, questions etc. will be handled on day 2.
*Then get your Arduino to blink once short (100 millisecond) with a 100 millisecond break, followed by one long (200 milliseconds) with a 200 millisecond break and then repeat it infinitely.
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*Basic anatomy of a sketch (program) 
Tutorials and help sheets 
http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/HomePage Get the interface IDE (integrated Development Environment) here. Also read the introduction.

https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/what-is-an- Read this introduction too.


https://learn.adafruit.com/lesson-0-getting-started/the-lessons 
Lady Ada Lesson 0 and Lesson 1 .
 The Arduino Cookbook Chapter 1 has this information and information on Blink! A


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*Basic anatomy of a sketch (program)

Tutorials
and help sheets
*http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/HomePage Get the interface IDE (integrated Development Environment) here.
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Also read the introduction. https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/what-is-an-
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Read this introduction too. https://learn.adafruit.com/lesson-0-getting-started/the-lessons 
Lady Ada Lesson 0 and Lesson 1 .
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The Arduino Cookbook Chapter 1 has this information and information on Blink! A
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Student will learn basic safety requirements for the class. Other safety issues will be discussed as the class progresses.
Student will learn to set up the Arduino platform and send sketches (programs) to the board.
Lectures and Demonstrations
Safety
Setup
Basic anatomy of a sketch (program) 
Tutorials and help sheets 
http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/HomePage Get the interface IDE (integrated Development Environment) here. Also read the introduction.

https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/what-is-an- Read this introduction too.


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*Student will learn basic safety requirements for the class. Other safety issues will be discussed as the class progresses.
*Student will learn to set up the Arduino platform and send sketches (programs) to the board.

Lectures and Demonstrations
*Safety
*Setup
*Basic anatomy of a sketch (program) 
Tutorials and help sheets 
http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/HomePage Get the interface IDE (integrated Development Environment) here. Also read the introduction.

https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/what-is-an- Read this introduction too.


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1. Setup, Startup, Blink!
Student Learning Outcomes

Student will learn basic safety requirements for the class. Other safety issues will be discussed as the class progresses.
Student will learn to set up the Arduino platform and send sketches (programs) to the board.
Lectures and Demonstrations
Safety
Setup
Basic anatomy of a sketch (program) 
Tutorials and help sheets 
http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/HomePage Get the interface IDE (integrated Development Environment) here. Also read the introduction.

https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/what-is-an- Read this introduction too.


https://learn.adafruit.com/lesson-0-getting-started/the-lessons 
Lady Ada Lesson 0 and Lesson 1 .
 The Arduino Cookbook Chapter 1 has this information and information on Blink! A



Description of Assignment: Blink! A
. Set up the Arduino (IDE) interface with a computer, read the tutorials above and get your microcontroller to blink its on-board at a rate of 5 times a minute for 100 milliseconds with a 100 millisecond rest between each blink. (Ignore the processing time. ) 
My hope is that this will be done by the second class day, but problems, questions etc. will be handled on day 2. 
Then get your arduino to blink once short (100 millisecond) with a 100 millisecond break, by one long (200 milliseconds) with a 200 millisecond break and then repeat it infiitely.



Take home project: Demonstrate that you can make the Arduino Blink to your specifications. In class there will be a discussion of minimalism, timing or perhaps formalism and the blink. Bring your Arduino into class blinking to the specifications above .


Quiz 1: Simple in class quiz on paper to demonstrate gained knowledge. If you have questions about this material you can check your Lady Ada tutorial, The Arduino Cookbook, or the Arduino reference page: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Reference/HomePage . 
In my opinion, the sooner you can get information from the referenece page the better. It might not be the best source at the beginning.

Subjects for quiz 1:

*delay ( ),
*

*;
*
=
*
int *
digitalWrite()

*pinMode()

*//
**/
*
/*
*


Email your Arduino code for this Blink Assignment to Louis.Katz@tamucc.edu
Make sure your Arduino file is labeled 
The code must have a header such as:

//Blink A (project title)


//Louis Katz ( use your own name )


//2016-02-30 (date this format alphabetizes properly0


//louis.katz@tamucc.edu (use your own email)


//This code is based on the Blink Program contained in the Arduino IDE (identify sources)