For Computer Science teachers that need a “clean” dictionary file, here is one that I have on my GitHub account you can use:
The file was created as a student project by taking a “dirty” dictionary found online and using it to programmatically remove all the inappropriate words from a complete dictionary file, such as this one.
This video will show you how to save URLs into your project folder. This is necessary when creating and submitting projects that use assets from the Internet.
Always give credit where it is due!
It’s not interactive like tutorials from CS Circles or Snakify so it wouldn’t be my first choice for learning Python, but as a supplemental resource, it looks great.
Linked below is a Job Interview assignment I use with my students in various classes. Other teachers are free to adapt or use it for their own classes.
The assignment is also available at my GitHub account here.
Source: Job Interview Questions Assignment – Google Docs
The online course for beginners with more than 100 problems that turn you into a developer.
Looks like a great site to learn Python. I love that there’s a built-in visualizer for each problem.
I will definitely be sharing this resource with my students.
Source: Interactive Python 3 tutorial with 100+ exercises – Learn Python 3 – Snakify
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