1)Outline your project and which extensions you are building on to the template. (400 words)


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Your answer should include:


Which of the templates you are extending and why have you chosen to do it.

What extensions have you chosen to do. You should include in your answer: any complex coding techniques you will need to use, (such as arrays of objects, constructor functions, nested looping); the complexity of the extension; and any expected challenges you will have implementing it.


2)Discuss the progress you have made on your project so far. (400 words)


Your answer should include:


What design work and research you have done while developing your extensions. You can include diagrams here in support of your answer. This might include but not be limited to: brainstorming, interface designs, code diagrams, and notes on the ideas and code.

You don’t have to include everything you have done up to this point but try and be selective and select the best examples of your process.


How much of the code have you written so far. What do you intend to do next?


3)Discuss how you will organise you time for the rest of the project. (200 words)


Your answer should be based around a Gantt chart or other time organisation process. You can easily make this in a spreadsheet program and export an image or take a screenshot for inclusion here. Any words on the diagram do not count towards the word count.

If you use a Gantt chart should include the total time of the projects in weeks. You will also need to divide up the parts of your program and submission into activities for allocating time to on the chart.


Your timescales should include progress to this point as well as afterwards.

You should discuss how you have decided on the time you have allocated to each activity and why you have allocated these amounts of time.



4)List any external sources that you have actively utilised in your project. This should include:


any code you have used from external sources directly

any code that you have taken inspiration from but adapted and refined for the project (such as pseudocode algorithms or code pens)

any online help forums you have taken code from (i.e. StackOverflow or library documentation)

any third-party libraries you are using.

You do not need to include everything you have read or that has helped you. Only where you have used or adapted code that appears in your project.




For this assignment, you will need to submit both the code that you have produced for your project to date and written responses to the report prompts in the ‘My Assignment’ tab.


The aim of this assignment is to make sure that your project meets the requirements for the main submission at the end of the module and that you have made sufficient progress so far. The assessment of your project will also be based on your use of design and planning techniques and the quality of your writing.


The report prompts in the ‘My Assignment’ tab allow you to include images, headings and text formatting. Make sure you use the features to highlight your points clearly.


You must not write more than the stated word limit for each prompt or you will lose marks (10% discretion will be applied, so for a 400 word limit, 440 words or less will not be penalised). You can write fewer words without any penalty.


It is acceptable to use bullet points to briefly explain your project; for example, the extensions you are adding to the template. However, you should also include the coding techniques you will use and how complex you believe the extension to be.


Don’t worry about your code being a work in progress; we are not looking at the code’s stability or quality in this assignment. However, we want to see evidence that you are making progress and have considered you initial implementation ideas practically.



In general we will be marking and commenting on the following criteria:


  1. Is your project sufficiently complex enough to meet the criteria of the assignment? – 20%


This will be important in determining if you need to add additional extensions or revise them to use more coding techniques. The marker will indicate in the comments if they think you are taking too much on and should maybe reduce the scope of the project.


  1. Have you made satisfactory progress on the project so far? – 30%


Use this as a guide for how you have progressed so far and what you still need to achieve. A low score here will indicate that you are in danger of not completing the project in time or with sufficient difficulty.


  1. Have you provided a detailed enough plan of how you are going to complete your project? – 20%


  1. Does the design work you have produced (notes, interface designs, code design drawings) effectively detail the development process you have undertaken? – 15%


  1. Has your report been well enough written and accurately communicates your work at the required level of detail? This includes spelling and grammar. – 15%

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