You can do the math and figure out what your grade is so far, so you can decide how hard you want to work on this.
Bare Minimum - 5/5
Make an MFC dialog like in the slides. Have three buttons and a label. One button is the normal Cancel to close button. The other two buttons set the text label. The left button makes it say "Left", and the right button makes it say "Potato".
A Little Interesting - 10/5
MFC dialog for a simple calculator. There are two fields the user can type in. They only accept numbers. Below those fields are a row of buttons - Add, Subtract, and Multiply. Pressing a button sets a text label to the answer. A real calculator with memory and state and stuff is hard.
MVC-Me Senpai! - 15/5
MFC dialog for a Notepad app that spellchecks. Great big multi-line text entry box. User can type whatever they want. One button below that called Spellcheck. When that is pressed, the text in the box must be sent to a SEPARATE object whose class is called MainLogic.
MainLogic needs a method "std::vector<std::string> Spellchek( std::string tText );"
That method MUST be exactly as stated since in the future it will be replaced. Spellchecking is hard, so just have it return a vector with every word that has just one vowel.