Home

The gadget spec URL could not be found
 


June 3-7, 2013

posted May 30, 2013, 4:44 AM by Victor Viereck

Essential Questions:

What is the purpose of the site?


How will the site serve the client?

Should you use tables, or should you try Cascading Style Sheets?

Who will be visiting the site?

How do you deal with design questions such as page size and layout?

Introduction: Answer the Question of the Day  on your blog 
(Write in complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.)
Objectives:

Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.


Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.

Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a variety of Web site, students will analyze Web page design principles and concepts, with a student performance at the basic level or above.


Activities: Week 15 (33)
  1. Monday:Exam Review
  2. Tuesday: Exam Review - Senior Exam
  3. Wednesday:Exam Review - Senior Exam
  4. Thursday:Exam Review
  5. Friday:Exam Review
Closing/Summary: Let everyone know what you did/learned today in class. You will sum up what you learned in class today. Write a summary/comment up to 140 characters. Comment on your own Blog.
Homework
  • Collect as many photographs of your family and yourself.  Add captions to your photos.  Bring them to class.  They can be sent via the Web.  Take a new photograph related to technology every week and add a caption.
  • What's New in Technology?  Investigate new or emerging (future) technology or technology products.  What do you think about this Technology or technology Product? Write a one paragraph review, reaction or summary about one of these technologies on your blog.  You may include an image if necessary.
  • Help your parent or guardian to sign up on Engrade.  Discuss your assignments and grades.  Your parent must send an Engrade message to me from their own account.

May 28-31, 2013

posted May 30, 2013, 4:40 AM by Victor Viereck

Essential Questions:

What is the purpose of the site?


How will the site serve the client?

Should you use tables, or should you try Cascading Style Sheets?

Who will be visiting the site?

How do you deal with design questions such as page size and layout?

Introduction: Answer the Question of the Day  on your blog 
(Write in complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.)
Objectives:

Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.


Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.

Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a variety of Web site, students will analyze Web page design principles and concepts, with a student performance at the basic level or above.


Activities: Week 14 (32)
  1. Monday:Basic Web Page Layout 2
  2. Tuesday: Basic Web Page Layout 2
  3. Wednesday: Basic Web Page Layout 2
  4. Thursday:Basic Web Page Layout 2
  5. Friday:Basic Web Page Layout 2
Closing/Summary: Let everyone know what you did/learned today in class. You will sum up what you learned in class today. Write a summary/comment up to 140 characters. Comment on your own Blog.
Homework
  • Collect as many photographs of your family and yourself.  Add captions to your photos.  Bring them to class.  They can be sent via the Web.  Take a new photograph related to technology every week and add a caption.
  • What's New in Technology?  Investigate new or emerging (future) technology or technology products.  What do you think about this Technology or technology Product? Write a one paragraph review, reaction or summary about one of these technologies on your blog.  You may include an image if necessary.
  • Help your parent or guardian to sign up on Engrade.  Discuss your assignments and grades.  Your parent must send an Engrade message to me from their own account.

May 20-24, 2013

posted May 30, 2013, 4:38 AM by Victor Viereck

Essential Questions:

What is the purpose of the site?


How will the site serve the client?

Should you use tables, or should you try Cascading Style Sheets?

Who will be visiting the site?

How do you deal with design questions such as page size and layout?

Introduction: Answer the Question of the Day  on your blog 
(Write in complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.)
Objectives:

Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.


Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.

Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a variety of Web site, students will analyze Web page design principles and concepts, with a student performance at the basic level or above.


Activities: Week 13 (31)
  1. Monday:Basic Web Page Layout 2
  2. Tuesday: Basic Web Page Layout 2
  3. Wednesday: Basic Web Page Layout 2
  4. Thursday:Basic Web Page Layout 3
  5. Friday:Basic Web Page Layout 3
Closing/Summary: Let everyone know what you did/learned today in class. You will sum up what you learned in class today. Write a summary/comment up to 140 characters. Comment on your own Blog.
Homework
  • Collect as many photographs of your family and yourself.  Add captions to your photos.  Bring them to class.  They can be sent via the Web.  Take a new photograph related to technology every week and add a caption.
  • What's New in Technology?  Investigate new or emerging (future) technology or technology products.  What do you think about this Technology or technology Product? Write a one paragraph review, reaction or summary about one of these technologies on your blog.  You may include an image if necessary.
  • Help your parent or guardian to sign up on Engrade.  Discuss your assignments and grades.  Your parent must send an Engrade message to me from their own account.

May 13-17, 2013

posted May 14, 2013, 4:53 AM by Victor Viereck

Essential Questions:

What is the purpose of the site?


How will the site serve the client?

Should you use tables, or should you try Cascading Style Sheets?

Who will be visiting the site?

How do you deal with design questions such as page size and layout?

Introduction: Answer the Question of the Day  on your blog 
(Write in complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.)
Objectives:

Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.


Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.

Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a variety of Web site, students will analyze Web page design principles and concepts, with a student performance at the basic level or above.


Activities: Week 12 (30)
  1. Monday:Basic Web Page Layout 2
  2. Tuesday: Basic Web Page Layout 2
  3. Wednesday: Basic Web Page Layout 2
  4. Thursday:Basic Web Page Layout 2
  5. Friday:Basic Web Page Layout 2
Closing/Summary: Let everyone know what you did/learned today in class. You will sum up what you learned in class today. Write a summary/comment up to 140 characters. Comment on your own Blog.
Homework
  • Collect as many photographs of your family and yourself.  Add captions to your photos.  Bring them to class.  They can be sent via the Web.  Take a new photograph related to technology every week and add a caption.
  • What's New in Technology?  Investigate new or emerging (future) technology or technology products.  What do you think about this Technology or technology Product? Write a one paragraph review, reaction or summary about one of these technologies on your blog.  You may include an image if necessary.
  • Help your parent or guardian to sign up on Engrade.  Discuss your assignments and grades.  Your parent must send an Engrade message to me from their own account.

May 6-10, 2013

posted May 14, 2013, 4:51 AM by Victor Viereck

Essential Questions:

What is the purpose of the site?


How will the site serve the client?

Should you use tables, or should you try Cascading Style Sheets?

Who will be visiting the site?

How do you deal with design questions such as page size and layout?

Introduction: Answer the Question of the Day  on your blog 
(Write in complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.)
Objectives:

Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.


Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.

Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a variety of Web site, students will analyze Web page design principles and concepts, with a student performance at the basic level or above.


Activities: Week 12 (30)
  1. Monday:Basic Webpage Layout 1
  2. Tuesday: Basic Webpage Layout 1
  3. Wednesday: Basic Webpage Layout 1
  4. Thursday:Basic Webpage Layout 1
  5. Friday:Basic Webpage Layout 1
Closing/Summary: Let everyone know what you did/learned today in class. You will sum up what you learned in class today. Write a summary/comment up to 140 characters. Comment on your own Blog.
Homework
  • Collect as many photographs of your family and yourself.  Add captions to your photos.  Bring them to class.  They can be sent via the Web.  Take a new photograph related to technology every week and add a caption.
  • What's New in Technology?  Investigate new or emerging (future) technology or technology products.  What do you think about this Technology or technology Product? Write a one paragraph review, reaction or summary about one of these technologies on your blog.  You may include an image if necessary.
  • Help your parent or guardian to sign up on Engrade.  Discuss your assignments and grades.  Your parent must send an Engrade message to me from their own account.

April 29 - May 3, 2013

posted Apr 29, 2013, 4:40 AM by Victor Viereck

Essential Questions:

What is the purpose of the site?


How will the site serve the client?

Should you use tables, or should you try Cascading Style Sheets?

Who will be visiting the site?

How do you deal with design questions such as page size and layout?

Introduction: Answer the Question of the Day  on your blog 
(Write in complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.)
Objectives:

Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.


Students will read the text on Web Design Basics to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.

Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a Web design application, students will Apply the Web Design Concepts when designing Web pages and Websites, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.


Using a variety of Web site, students will analyze Web page design principles and concepts, with a student performance at the basic level or above.


Activities: Week 12 (30)
  1. Monday:How to Design the Best Navigation Bar for Your Website
  2. Tuesday: How to Design the Best Navigation Bar for Your Website
  3. Wednesday: How to Design the Best Navigation Bar for Your Website
  4. Thursday:How to Design the Best Navigation Bar for Your Website
  5. Friday:How to Design the Best Navigation Bar for Your Website
Closing/Summary: Let everyone know what you did/learned today in class. You will sum up what you learned in class today. Write a summary/comment up to 140 characters. Comment on your own Blog.
Homework
  • Collect as many photographs of your family and yourself.  Add captions to your photos.  Bring them to class.  They can be sent via the Web.  Take a new photograph related to technology every week and add a caption.
  • What's New in Technology?  Investigate new or emerging (future) technology or technology products.  What do you think about this Technology or technology Product? Write a one paragraph review, reaction or summary about one of these technologies on your blog.  You may include an image if necessary.
  • Help your parent or guardian to sign up on Engrade.  Discuss your assignments and grades.  Your parent must send an Engrade message to me from their own account.

April 22-26, 2013

posted Apr 19, 2013, 3:35 AM by Victor Viereck

Essential Questions:

Why is contrast important when selecting a background?

Why is text sometime so hard to read?



Is the background color or image discrete enough to not take away the focus from what's written on it?

Will the background color or image work with the text colors and link colors I set up for the page?

What is a table?

Why use tables?



How can you use tables to create sections on a web page?


Introduction: Answer the Question of the Day  on your blog 
(Write in complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.)
Objectives:

Students will read the text on HTML Backgrounds, Images and Colors to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.    

After reading the text, students will complete the HTML Backgrounds, Images and Colors assessment, with a score of 9 out of 10 or better.


Using a simple text editor (TextEdit), students will create HTML Web Pages that include background colors and background images, with a student performance at the basic level.

Students will read the text on HTML Tables to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.


After reading the text, students will complete the HTML Tables assessment, with a score of 9 out of 10 or better.


Activities: Week 11 (29)
  1. Monday:6. HTML BACKGROUNDS
  2. Tuesday: 6. HTML BACKGROUNDS
  3. Wednesday: 7. HTML TABLES
  4. Thursday:7. HTML TABLES
  5. Friday:7F. HTML Tables
Closing/Summary: Let everyone know what you did/learned today in class. You will sum up what you learned in class today. Write a summary/comment up to 140 characters. Comment on your own Blog.
Homework
  • Collect as many photographs of your family and yourself.  Add captions to your photos.  Bring them to class.  They can be sent via the Web.  Take a new photograph related to technology every week and add a caption.
  • What's New in Technology?  Investigate new or emerging (future) technology or technology products.  What do you think about this Technology or technology Product? Write a one paragraph review, reaction or summary about one of these technologies on your blog.  You may include an image if necessary.
  • Help your parent or guardian to sign up on Engrade.  Discuss your assignments and grades.  Your parent must send an Engrade message to me from their own account.

April 15-19, 2013

posted Apr 12, 2013, 8:39 AM by Victor Viereck

Essential Questions:

Why is contrast important when selecting a background?

Why is text sometime so hard to read?



Is the background color or image discrete enough to not take away the focus from what's written on it?

Will the background color or image work with the text colors and link colors I set up for the page?

What is a table?

Why use tables?



How can you use tables to create sections on a web page?


Introduction: Answer the Question of the Day  on your blog 
(Write in complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.)
Objectives:

Students will read the text on HTML Backgrounds, Images and Colors to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.    

After reading the text, students will complete the HTML Backgrounds, Images and Colors assessment, with a score of 9 out of 10 or better.


Using a simple text editor (TextEdit), students will create HTML Web Pages that include background colors and background images, with a student performance at the basic level.

Students will read the text on HTML Tables to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.


After reading the text, students will complete the HTML Tables assessment, with a score of 9 out of 10 or better.


Activities: Week 10 (28)
  1. Monday:
  2. Tuesday: 4. HTML IMAGES
  3. Wednesday: 4C. IMAGES Webpage
  4. Thursday:5. HTML LINKS
  5. Friday:5D. HTML LINKS WEBPAGE
Closing/Summary: Let everyone know what you did/learned today in class. You will sum up what you learned in class today. Write a summary/comment up to 140 characters. Comment on your own Blog.
Homework
  • Collect as many photographs of your family and yourself.  Add captions to your photos.  Bring them to class.  They can be sent via the Web.  Take a new photograph related to technology every week and add a caption.
  • What's New in Technology?  Investigate new or emerging (future) technology or technology products.  What do you think about this Technology or technology Product? Write a one paragraph review, reaction or summary about one of these technologies on your blog.  You may include an image if necessary.
  • Help your parent or guardian to sign up on Engrade.  Discuss your assignments and grades.  Your parent must send an Engrade message to me from their own account.

April 8-12, 2013

posted Apr 8, 2013, 6:19 AM by Victor Viereck

Essential Questions:

Why is contrast important when selecting a background?

Why is text sometime so hard to read?



Is the background color or image discrete enough to not take away the focus from what's written on it?

Will the background color or image work with the text colors and link colors I set up for the page?

What is a table?

Why use tables?



How can you use tables to create sections on a web page?


Introduction: Answer the Question of the Day  on your blog 
(Write in complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.)
Objectives:

Students will read the text on HTML Backgrounds, Images and Colors to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.    

After reading the text, students will complete the HTML Backgrounds, Images and Colors assessment, with a score of 9 out of 10 or better.


Using a simple text editor (TextEdit), students will create HTML Web Pages that include background colors and background images, with a student performance at the basic level.

Students will read the text on HTML Tables to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 65% on writing rubric.


After reading the text, students will complete the HTML Tables assessment, with a score of 9 out of 10 or better.


Activities: Week 9 (27)
  1. Monday:2A. Simple HTML Webpage
  2. Tuesday: 2B. HTML Formatting Webpage
  3. Wednesday: 3. HTML LISTS
  4. Thursday:3B. HTML Lists Webpage
  5. Friday: 
Closing/Summary: Let everyone know what you did/learned today in class. You will sum up what you learned in class today. Write a summary/comment up to 140 characters. Comment on your own Blog.
Homework
  • Collect as many photographs of your family and yourself.  Add captions to your photos.  Bring them to class.  They can be sent via the Web.  Take a new photograph related to technology every week and add a caption.
  • What's New in Technology?  Investigate new or emerging (future) technology or technology products.  What do you think about this Technology or technology Product? Write a one paragraph review, reaction or summary about one of these technologies on your blog.  You may include an image if necessary.
  • Help your parent or guardian to sign up on Engrade.  Discuss your assignments and grades.  Your parent must send an Engrade message to me from their own account.

March 25-28, 2013

posted Mar 22, 2013, 4:40 AM by Victor Viereck

Essential Questions:

What is a hyperlink?


What happens when you click on a hyperlink?

What can you use to make a hyperlink?

What would the Web be like without hyperlinks?

Why are hyperlinks so important?

Introduction: Answer the Question of the Day  on your blog 
(Write in complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.)
Objectives:

Students will read the text on HTML Links to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 80% on writing rubric.

After reading the text, students will complete the HTML Links assessment, with a score of 9 out of 10 or better.

Using a simple text editor (TextEdit), students will create an HTML Web Page that includes different types of hyperlinks, with a student performance at the basic level.


Using a simple text editor (TextEdit), students will format hyperlinks on an HTML Web Page, with a student performance at the basic level.


Using a simple text editor (TextEdit), students will create a link within a page and to a new page, create image and email links on an HTML Web Page, with a student performance at the basic level.




Activities: Week 8 (26)
  1. Monday:2A. Simple HTML Webpage
  2. Tuesday: 2B. HTML Formatting Webpage
  3. Wednesday: 3. HTML LISTS
  4. Thursday:3B. HTML Lists Webpage
  5. Friday: 
Closing/Summary: Let everyone know what you did/learned today in class. You will sum up what you learned in class today. Write a summary/comment up to 140 characters. Comment on your own Blog.
Homework
  • Collect as many photographs of your family and yourself.  Add captions to your photos.  Bring them to class.  They can be sent via the Web.  Take a new photograph related to technology every week and add a caption.
  • What's New in Technology?  Investigate new or emerging (future) technology or technology products.  What do you think about this Technology or technology Product? Write a one paragraph review, reaction or summary about one of these technologies on your blog.  You may include an image if necessary.
  • Help your parent or guardian to sign up on Engrade.  Discuss your assignments and grades.  Your parent must send an Engrade message to me from their own account.

1-10 of 71