Part 1: Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, research on hierarchy charts.
Based on your research and using one of the appliances that you chose in the discussion, complete the following tasks:
- Using Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, or Microsoft Visio, create a hierarchy chart that reflects the appliance’s modules and how the modules call each other. Keep in mind that a hierarchy chart is different from a flowchart or pseudocode.
- In about 2 paragraphs, describe what your hierarchy chart represents.
Part 2: Alice Tutorial
Complete Programming Project 1 from your textbook Alice 3 in Action with Java to create a new Alice World. All the elements needed are provided within the Alice programming environment.
It is recommended that before you start working on Programming Projects 1, you complete all of the chapter tutorials (this activity will not be graded). These tutorials will help you navigate through Alice.
Using any two characters from the Gallery, design and build a program in which one tells the other a knock-knock joke. (If you don’t know any knock-knock jokes, see http://www.funology.com/knock-knock-jokes/. Make your story end with both characters laughing.)
You will need to hand in the Alice World you created as your assignment deliverable. Name your Alice World file SU_ITS2104_W1_Project1_LastName_FirstInitial.a2w.
- Based on the tool you chose to create the hierarchy chart, name your deliverable as:
- SU_ITS2104_W1_Chart_LastName_FirstInitial.doc if it is a Microsoft Word document.
- SU_ITS2104_W1_ Chart_LastName_FirstInitial.ppt if it is a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation.
- SU_ITS2104_W1_ Chart_LastName_FirstInitial.vsd if it is a Microsoft Visio document.
- Support your responses with appropriate examples.
- Cite any sources in APA format on a separate page.