How to draw a Use Case Diagram Include Extend Generalization.
In this session we are going to learn what is use case and Use case diagram. We will see: How to draw a use case diagram? What are its different components?
Type of Material:
Web browser with YouTube rendering ability
Identify Major Learning Goals:
Upon completion of the presentation, learners should be able to:
describe the use of use-case diagrams
explain the components in a use-case diagrams
draw use-case diagrams to represent a scenario
Target Student Population:
College General Ed, Graduate School, Professional
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Basic programming skills and knowledge of object-oriented design fundamentals
Identifies components of use case diagrams
Shows the visual representation of use case diagrams
Articulates the relationships Include, Extend, and Generalization
In summary, The content of the presentation is complete and accurate. It contains the basic information about drawing use-case diagrams with explanation. It provides examples on how a use-case diagram is drawn.
Defines terms using self-referential jargon (e.g., "USE CASES: CASES OF THE USAGES BY THE USER OF THE SYSTEM").
Contains incorrect assertions (e.g., "USE CASE IS NOTHING BUT SCENARIO").
In summary, the content is good for beginners. It may be further enhanced if it compares and contrasts different use-case diagrams.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
Learning goals are readily identified by the title
Supports review of already-acquired concepts
Can be used for individual review or as review by a group
In summary, the learning goals of the presentation are easy to identify. The examples are good for students to re-inforce their concepts. The explanation of different components in a use-case diagrams is clear.
Inadequate presentation to serve as an introduction, but not clear from the title
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Follows standard YouTube protocols for use
Consistent with YouTube layout and navigation
Hosting on YouTube suggests high stability of access
In summary, the video is a verbal presetation of the topic with the assistance of slides. It is easy to use. The slides and the explanation are clear.
The lecture-like presentation may be difficult to attract the learners and keep their attention. The sound is not quite clear.
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