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challenges of first lesson #117

psteinb opened this issue Nov 7, 2019 · 3 comments

challenges of first lesson #117

psteinb opened this issue Nov 7, 2019 · 3 comments


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psteinb commented Nov 7, 2019

Check that there are enough challenges for the first lesson with reference to

Use to cdh as a guideline on how to write challenges.

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Sabryr commented Dec 2, 2019

What type of help do you need @psteinb. The link directs me to a blank page

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psteinb commented Feb 6, 2020

I fixed the URL of

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tkphd commented Feb 8, 2021

From The Carpentries' Curriculum Development Handbook:

5.2.3 Framing questions

The final supporting component for the lesson are the framing questions for each episode. These questions provide a high-level overview of the motivations for learning the lesson content. There should be ~1-3 questions for each episode, which should correspond to questions that your target audience ask themselves about their own workflows. The set of framing questions for the Data Carpentry lesson Introduction to the Command Line for Genomics includes:

  • How can I view and search file contents?
  • How can I create, copy and delete files and directories?
  • How can I control who has permission to modify a file?
  • How can I repeat recently used commands?

The lesson template automatically creates an overview page for the lesson, which includes the framing questions for each episode.

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