Lesson Title: Running JUnit in Eclipse

Objective: Students will be able to run JUnit tests in Eclipse using the built-in JUnit plugin.
Eclipse IDE
JUnit library
Lesson Outline:
Introduction to JUnit: Explain what JUnit is and its importance in software development.
Installing JUnit in Eclipse: Show students how to install the JUnit plugin in Eclipse: Add the JAR to the Project
Creating a JUnit Test Case: Walk students through the process of creating a new JUnit test case in Eclipse, including setting up the test class, writing test methods, and adding assert statements.
Running a JUnit Test Case: Demonstrate how to run a JUnit test case in Eclipse, including how to view the results and debug failed tests.
Practice: Have students work in pairs or individually to create and run their own JUnit test cases in Eclipse.
Conclusion: Summarize the key points of the lesson and encourage students to continue practicing using JUnit in their own projects.
Observe students as they work on their own test cases and provide feedback on their understanding of the material.
Have students submit their test cases for review and provide feedback on the quality and completeness of their tests.
Additional Resources:
Eclipse documentation on JUnit:
JUnit website:
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