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Title: 
The programming process: A simulation
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Issue Date: 
1984
Citation: 
Teaching and Learning, 5(1)63-66
Abstract: 
What is computer programming? What does the process involve? How does the computer run its programmes? What are computer languages? 'These are some questions which students would like to have answers to. Students have heard so much "computer jargon" but know so little about computers. Since only a handful of students have direct access to computers, the computer processes will remain a mystery to the majority.
How can we help to improve the students' knowledge of the computer processes? This suggested approach to simulate the computer processes, programming and languages will be particularly useful for a teacher to apply in a normal classroom, as no computers are required.
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ISSN: 
0129-7112
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