I've been teaching Python to someone that was new to programming; and so far, so good. Now, I'm about to teach Classes and Objects. However, I still think it's too soon for the whole OOP concept, plus we don't have much time left. My idea is to give her some basic, but useful introduction on Classes and Objects without including a full list of abstract OOP concepts. One example that come to mind is to use a Class as a wrapper for related methods. So, my question is how do I explain Classes and Objects without touching other OOP concepts?
Note: Sorry if my wording is confuse. What I mean is if can I avoid get into the encapsulation, abstraction, polymorphism and inheritance paradigms? But still make use of Classes?