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It’s great to hear that you want to provide a more relatable code for each chapter of your course. Following are some tips on how to do that:

  1. Start by identifying the key concepts you want to cover in each chapter. This will help you determine what types of code examples would be most relevant.

  2. Consider the skill level of your audience. If you’re teaching beginners, you may want to focus on simple examples that they can easily understand and replicate. If you’re teaching more advanced students, you can provide more complex code examples.

  3. Use real-world scenarios whenever possible. Students are more likely to be engaged when they can see how the concepts they’re learning can be applied in the real world.

  4. Provide context for your code examples. Explain why you’re using a particular piece of code, what it’s doing, and how it relates to the concepts you’re teaching.

  5. Encourage your students to experiment with the code examples you provide. This will help them gain a deeper understanding of the concepts you’re teaching and also help them develop their programming skills.

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