The universities in Taiwan include the ability to program as the key competency in response to the new curriculum for Basic Education announced by Taiwan's Ministry of Education. However, for students without computer science backgrounds, the traditional programing courses which emphasis on the coding statement and algorithm theory could lead to the lack of learning motivation. Therefore, this exploratory work-in-progress study try to propose an undergraduate programming language course to conduct empirical evidence-based research in universities. The study focus on the integration of flipped classroom and live-coding video to explore the programming education. We focus on the online course in combination with Live Coding and multiple annotations, which explores the advantages of skill-based learning, live coding, program annotation and note sharing. Moreover, the programming materials and strategies suitable for general education curriculum have be developed.