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My school offers computer programming, as I'm sure most high schools do. Our teacher who first set up how the course would go, had it set up so we did QBASIC, HTML, and then C++. However, she has left and we've barely learned any BASIC. Our new teacher has no idea what he's doing and can't teach very well. I wanted some input possibly on possible lesson plans or other places to get info on QBASIC that idiots who barely know how to use a computer would be able to understand. I'm teaching myself but I'm worried about the rest of the class. I fear that they will fall behind and it will all be a waste of their time. I'm trying to do all I can for the teacher as I feel sorry for him and I also just want to help out the class so that we don't waste our time like we have been doing. Any input at all on this situation would be helpful. Also, if anyone could provide a good URL to a good download of QBASIC would be helpful as we have to download the program onto the computers that don't have it on them already.
Thank you for any and all cooperation
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