Оценка 4.6


Оценка 4.6

Lesson plan

Long-term plan unit:

 10.3A Information Systems



Teacher name:

Grade: 10

Number present:


The topic of the lesson:


Database Development

Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to define data types in the database (SQL)


Assessment criteria

        Define database field data types

        Able to create single-table databases using data types

Success criteria

All learners will be able to know:

define data types of database fields

create one-table database

create a multi-table database

Language objectives


Subject vocabulary and terminology:

• Database

• Memo field

• requests

• forms

• reports

A series of useful phrases for dialogue / writing:

The primary key is ...

Value links

Group work , co-operation, time management, academic integrity

Cross curricular links


Previous learning


Course of the lesson

Planned stages of the lesson

Planned activities at the lesson









Warm up

Definition of the topic.

Setting lesson objectives and success criteria

Students write goals and success criteria.

Learners remember and conceptualize the whole process of creating a project.



























Explaining a new topic

The teacher introduces the types of database

Students learn SQL

SQL is a simple programming language that has few commands that anyone can learn. It stands for Structured Query Language - a structured query language that was designed to work with the database, namely, to receive / add / change data, to be able to process large arrays of information and quickly obtain structured and grouped information. There are many variations of the SQL language, but they all have almost the same basic commands. There are also many DBMSs, but the main ones are: Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle SQL, IBM DB2 SQL, PostgreSQL and Sybase Adaptive Server SQL. To work with SQL code, we need one of the above DBMS. For training, we will use the Microsoft Access database.

SQL, like other programming languages, has its own commands (operators), with the help of which instructions are given for retrieving data.

Appendix 2.

• INT [(len)] is an integer with a length of 4 bytes, which is represented at the output as much as len

in numbers;

• SMALLINT [(len)] is an integer 2 bytes long, which is represented at the output

maximum len digits;

• FLOAT [(len, dec)] - the real number that is displayed when outputting

len dec characters after decimal point;

• CHAR (size) - a string of fixed-length characters of the size of characters;

• VARCHAR (size) - a string of characters of variable length with a maximum size of up to size of characters;

• BLOB (Binary Large OBject) - an array of arbitrary (binary) bytes (the maximum size depends on the implementation, usually it is 65535 bytes); this type of data can be used, for example, to store images;

• DATE - astronomical date;

• TIME - astronomical time.

Character constants (type CHAR and VARCHAR) are written as sequences

Characters enclosed in single apostrophes, such as "brass".

Decimal constants (such as FLOAT) can be written in “scientific” notation as

The sequence of the following components:

• number sign;

• decimal number with a dot;

• the symbol "e";

• sign (“+” or “-”) of the exponent;

• an integer playing the role of the exponent of 10.

For example, the decimal number -0.123 can be written as -12.3e-2.

The difference between the CHAR and VARCHAR data types is that for storage in a table

character strings of type CHAR use exactly size bytes (although the contents of the stored strings

may be significantly shorter), while for VARCHAR strings, unallocated

string characters (“empty”) bytes are not stored in the table.

We emphasize that the len and dec values ​​(unlike size) do not affect the storage size.

data in the table, and only format the output of data from the table.






Pupils studying a single-table database









The task "Computer courses"

1) It is necessary to create an sql database for computer courses.

2) The database includes three main tables:

• the main table of the Group: a list of numbers of study groups;

• Table List: list of students and information on them;

• table Personal data: information on students and marks on subjects.

Appendix 1.

3) Set the primary key





Plus+ minus-interesting."

This exercise can be done both verbally and in writing, depending on the time available. For written execution, it is proposed to fill in a table of three columns.

In column “P” - “plus” - everything that was liked in the lesson is recorded, information and forms of work that caused positive emotions, or, according to the student, may be useful for him to achieve some goals.

In the “M” column - “minus” - everything that was not pleasant in the lesson is recorded, it seemed boring, disliked, remained incomprehensible, or information that, according to the student, was not necessary for him, was useless.

In the column "I" - "interesting" - students enter all the curious facts that they learned in class, what else they would like to know about this problem, questions to the teacher.

Plus + Minus - Interesting


Differentiation – how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners?

Assessment – how are you planning to check students’ learning?

Health and safety regulations

Additional support.

Work in pairs / groups - support for classmates.

Help the teacher, if required.

More capable learners can demonstrate aspects of their decisions that seem interesting / more complex to the other learners.

Answers questions and a session of answers.

Use questions when completing a task.

Use survey questions to understand the results / success of learners at each stage of the lesson.

Remind of some safety rules when working with computer equipment, for example, that you must be careful when installing the screen, keyboard and mouse; beware of wires, as they pose a threat to movement.



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Lesson plan Long-term plan unit: 10

Lesson plan Long-term plan unit: 10

Explaining a new topic The teacher introduces the types of database

Explaining a new topic The teacher introduces the types of database

CHAR use exactly size bytes (although the contents of the stored strings may be significantly shorter), while for

CHAR use exactly size bytes (although the contents of the stored strings may be significantly shorter), while for

Plus + Minus - Interesting board

Plus + Minus - Interesting board
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