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Digital Graphics and Animation - Fall 2013Edit

(last taught by Leeson Spring 2011)...



Unit: Introduction to Digital Graphics Edit

Aug 09 Class Introduction

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): Define Digital Graphics
  • Vocabulary: Digital Graphics
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Teacher takes Role as students pass out and fill out Info Sheets
  2. Teacher defines Digital Graphics - compare/contrast with previous classes
  3. Whole-class instruction: Teacher reads/explains PROWL and reviews dress code using student planners and class policy as references. "What is Mr. Leeson's favorite letter?" ("O")
  4. Class (with teacher participating as well) plays the Live Multiple Choice game - moving to A,B,C,D to answer Icebreaker questions posted on Pro Board.
  5. Teacher Introduces Classroom procedures: seating assignments, turning in work, and reviewing HW, fire escape, …
  6. Intro: How to count... student volunteers represent digits so that the class can SEE how to count (similar to an odometer) on the land of 10 fingered people, then 5, then 4...
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Asks Oral Questions throughout class, to gage student understanding and to determine pacing
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Unit: Introduction to Digital Graphics Edit

Aug 12 Introduction to Digital Graphics

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): Define Key terms and be able to count in several numbering systems
  • Vocabulary: Resolution, Pixels, bits (2)
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Whole-class instruction: Teacher reads/explains Class Policy, PROWL, and school rules. Review Classroom procedures: Lab fees, seating assignments, turning in work, and reviewing HW, group problems, etc.
  2. Students Label Notebooks and place Text Books and assigned seats
  3. Teacher-led discussion: Security issues when ... Students pick passwords. Review Basic Windows commands and rules.
  4. Whole-class instruction: Discuss/define Tier 2 terms that help introduce the course, in notes.
  5. How to count... student volunteers represent digits so that the class can SEE how to count (similar to an odometer) on the land of 10 fingered people, then 5, then 4, then 2, then 16... so that students can use RGB to select colors.
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Asks Oral Questions throughout class, to gage student understanding and to determine pacing
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW: Find pictures (photos) that have more than one of the same type of object, and you can see each object entirely.


Aug 13 Several Drawing Options

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): Compare and contrast MS-Paint, OpenOffice, Flash
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Collect Lab Fees and review class policy
  2. HPS: Writing and Journaling -Review HW: Students write paragraph explaining which object is closer and why we know that
  3. Students, with teacher narrating the steps, Test Usernames and Network Folders
  4. Student completes “MS-Paint Tutorial”
  5. Students Look at the GIMP and Flash Environments as teacher models
  6. Teacher-led discussion: Flash Terms and review the “How do we count?” activity
  7. Discuss differences/similarities between programs that we will be using this semester
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Aug 14 Perspective and Counting

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Explain Perspective and Parallax and give examples of both, and Demonstrate ability to count in multiple “Bases” so that they can use Hexadecimal color schemes
  • Vocabulary: Layers, Frames, Perspective (3)
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Collect Lab Fees and review class policy
  2. HPS: Writing and Journaling -Review HW: Students write paragraph explaining which object is closer and why we know that
  3. Teacher-led discussion: Perspective and Parallax – How does the brain know where things are?
  4. AVC: I – Perspective
  5. Student pairs complete Counting Worksheet. Teacher monitors and asks questions.
  6. Discuss / explain homework
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Asks Oral Questions throughout class, to gage student understanding and to determine pacing
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW: 1) Find pictures (photos) that have more than one of the same type of object, and they partially cover each other. 2) Finish counting worksheet.


assembling lab


assembling lab


Aug 19 The Flash Environment

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Draw using Flash Tools
  • Vocabulary: Flash Environment
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Collect Lab Fees and review class policy
  2. Review HW – Connect Pixels with counting. students finish the "Counting" worksheet.
  3. HPS: Drawing and Artwork – students use Flash to draw using specific tools
  4. Teacher-led discussion: finish the Vocabulary (0) section
  5. Students (with teacher modeling) Explores Flash 5 Environment: 1,2,3
  6. Which drawing tool seems most difficult? ... yep, but it also happens to be the most powerful.
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Aug 20 The Flash Environment

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Navigate the Flash Environment with teacher modeling:
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Lab Fees and class policy
  2. Class Reads/Discusses “Flash 5 Environment” and takes notes
  3. HPS: Guided Practice – Students (with teacher modeling) Customize the Environment: 1,2,3
  4. Teacher-led discussion: Notes on Stage, Timeline, how to change views and What can be in a layer? Toolbars and Panels (and turn off and on)
  5. Review for test on Chapter 0 and 1.
  6. Explain flip Animation with Postit Notes (traditional)
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW: Start Flip Animation (30 frames, 3 layers)


test


Aug 22 Drawing in the Flash Environment"

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Draw using Flash Tools
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Test on Chapters 9 and 1... DG terms and the Flash environment.
  2. Teacher-led discussion: Read/Define Bitmap and Vector Graphics
  3. Class Reads/Discusses “Drawing Tools” p29
  4. Students (with teacher modeling) Use Drawing Tools: 1,2,3
  5. Class Reads/Discusses “Selection Tools” p32
  6. Students (with teacher modeling) Use Selection Tools: 1,2,3. "What happens when you use the shift key with THIS tool?"
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW: Add layers to Flip Animation and color code the 3 different layers


Aug 23 Drawing in the Flash Environment

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Draw using Flash Tools
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review “Flip Animation” results and give further instructions
  2. “What shape is this...?” Discuss Quadrilateral Progression
  3. HPS: Guided Practice – Practice using the Pen Tool and the Sub-select Tool
  4. Class Reads/Discusses “Adding Color” p36
  5. Students (with teacher modeling) Work with Gradients: 1,2,3. "What happens when you use the shift key with THIS tool?"
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Aug 26 Drawing in the Flash Environment

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW use Flash Tools to draw complex objects
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review “Flip Animation” results and give further instructions
  2. Students (with teacher modeling) use Brush and Eraser tools – compare and contrast
  3. Class Reads/Discusses “Other Drawing Tools” p46
  4. Students (with teacher modeling) Use Other Drawing Tools: 1,2,3
  5. Mini-Project: Students Draw elements from Mini Project all on one frame, using all Drawing tools
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Aug 27 Drawing Tools

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW use Flash Tools to draw complex objects
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Mini-Project: Students Draw elements from Mini Project all on one frame, using all Drawing tools
  2. HPS: Guided Practice – Class uses Pen and Pencil Tools together and discuss
  3. Students Show Project to class. Class rotates to see and add comments to every project.
  4. Review Chapter 1 & 2 terms for Test
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Asks Oral Questions throughout class, to gage student understanding and to determine pacing

Digital Graphics HW:


Aug 28 Type

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Use Type Tools and Know related terms to insert the different types of Text into Flash documents
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review Test and grade Performance portion of test while students finish “Flip2” project
  2. Teacher-led discussion: Device Fonts
  3. Define/Discuss Types of Fonts: Bitmap vs Outline
  4. Define/Discuss Types of Fonts: PostScript vs TrueType
  5. Student pairs design a font (teacher assigns letters) in Bitmap and Outline style
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary

Digital Graphics HW:


Aug 29 Type and Objects

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Use Type Tools and Know related terms to insert the different types of Text into Flash documents
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Students demonstrate the effects of changing Font attributes and Review “Text” terms from BCA
  2. Class Reads/Discusses “Putting Text in a Movie: Static, Dynamic, Input” p60
  3. Class Reads “Text and Paragraph Attributes”
  4. HPS: Guided Practice – Students use the Type Tool. 1,2,3
  5. Students work on Flip1 Project... Review Filename conventions and Flip12345 project(s)
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary

Digital Graphics HW: Add layers to Flip Animation and color code the 3 different layers


Aug 30 Test

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Demonstrate his/her progress in using drawing tools by taking a Test
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Written portion of test
  2. Performance portion of test
  3. HPS: Visualization – students use Flip books as a reference to draw in flash
  4. Review Test
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Formally grades test

Digital Graphics HW:


Sep 03 Test

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Demonstrate his/her progress in using drawing tools by taking a Test
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Written portion of test
  2. Performance portion of test
  3. HPS: Visualization – students use Flip books as a reference to draw in flash
  4. Review Test
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Formally grades test

Digital Graphics HW:


Sep 04 Objects

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Define Objects and Use Advanced Selection Techniques
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Teacher-led discussion: Intro to “Objects” p64 (Ch4)
  2. Class Reads/Discusses “Positioning and Aligning Objects” p67
  3. HPS: Guided Practice – Students Align Multiple Objects: 1,2,3
  4. HPS: Guided Practice – Students Use Smooth and Straighten: 1,2,3
  5. Teacher-led discussion: Transforming. Discuss differences/similarities between Paint, StarDraw, and Flash.
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary

Digital Graphics HW:


Sep 05 Transforming Objects

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Use Flash 5 to Position and Align and Reshape Objects
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Class Reads/Discusses”Trans. Techniques” p76
  2. Students (with teacher modeling) Clones and Scales: 1,2,3
  3. Class Reads/Discusses “Rotating, Flipping, Skewing, Grouping” p 79
  4. HPS: Guided Practice – Students Work with Grouped Objects: 1,2,3
  5. Review Chapter 3 & 4 tools and terms/concepts
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary

Digital Graphics HW:


Sep 06 Transforming Objects

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): Use Flash 5 to Position and Align and Reshape Objects
  • Vocabulary:
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. HPS: Guided Practice – Students Work with Grouped Objects: 1,2,3
  2. HPS: Project-based instruction - Students Finish Flip1 project
  3. Students explore their assigned software and complete Part I of the Software Evaluation
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary

Digital Graphics HW:


sep 09

layers

TLW Use Flash 5 to Transform, Draw, and Manipulate Objects P/A/T: 1 Test 2 Test, Part 2: Manipulate graphic elements as per “the big screen”

Early finishers work on “Flip1” project – drawing all objects from flip book 3 Review written part of test. Teacher reads questions; students respond orally. Assessment: Teacher Formally grades test Closure: Review “Launching Pad” buttons to introduce the Library Digital Graphics HW:


TLW Work with the Layers portion of the Timeline P/A/T: 1 Review Test and discuss rubric 2 Class Reads/Discusses “Layers” p86 add to notes III.A. Things that need their own layer 3 HPS: Guided Practice – Students Explore and Lock Layers: 1,2,3 4 HPS: Drawing and Artwork – Students start “Flip2” project – Cut and Paste objects from Flip1 onto separate layers. 5 HPS: Guided Practice – Students continue work on “Amorous Ape” Project Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Which layers are on top and on bottom? Digital Graphics HW:



sep 10

layers

TLW Work with Special layers, including guides, motion controls, and masks P/A/T: 1 Review Timeline sections and terms V. C. Layer Properties 2 HPS: Drawing and Artwork – Students work on Flip2 Project 3 HPS: Guided Practice – Students continue work on “Amorous Ape” Project Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Why do we need almost every object (particularly the ones that move) to be on its own layer? Digital Graphics HW:




sep 11

test


sep 12

funeral half of class missing. work day.

TLW Work with layers to create an image with distinct visual distances P/A/T: 1 HPS: Guided Practice – Students Use Guide and Mask Layers: 1,2,3 2 HPS: Drawing and Artwork – Students finish Flip2 Project 3 HPS: Round Robin peer editing – Class rotates to see and add comments to every project.

Assessment: Teacher formally grades Project Closure: Wouldn't it be nice if we had a special place to keep things we plan to reuse? Digital Graphics HW:



sep 13

symbols


Sep 16 Symbols and Libraries GLE: Objective: TLW Explore Symbol Creation and Work with Libraries P/A/T: 1 Whole group instruction – Class Reads/Discusses “Symbols and Libraries” p98 Notes on Symbols terminology 2 HPS: Guided Practice – Students Work with Symbols and Libraries: 1,2,3 3 Whole group instruction – Student volunteers explain how to Use Library Symbols as student demo's actions 4 HPS: Guided Practice – Students Creating and Importing Symbols: 1,2,3 5 HPS: Project-based instruction - Students Create Flip3.fla. With each object on each layer converted into a symbol Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Review Tools from Chapters 3-5 Digital Graphics HW:


Sep 17 Symbols and Libraries GLE: Objective: TLW Explore Symbol Creation and Work with Libraries P/A/T: 1 Whole group instruction – Class Reads/Discusses “Symbols and Libraries” p98 Notes on Symbols terminology 2 HPS: Guided Practice – Students Work with Symbols and Libraries: 1,2,3 3 Whole group instruction – Student volunteers explain how to Use Library Symbols as student demo's actions 4 HPS: Guided Practice – Students Creating and Importing Symbols: 1,2,3 5 HPS: Project-based instruction - Students Create Flip3.fla. With each object on each layer converted into a symbol Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Review Tools from Chapters 3-5 Digital Graphics HW:


Sep 18 Frames GLE: Objective: TLW Explore Animation and Timeline components P/A/T: 1 Review Test 2 Whole Group Instruction – Class Reads/Discusses “Basic Frame Animation” p114 3 HPS: Guided Practice – Students (with teacher modeling) Create Frame-by-Frame Animation: 1,2,3 Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Review Types of Layers and Frames Digital Graphics HW:


Sep 19 Animation GLE: Objective: TLW Explore Animation and Timeline components P/A/T: 1 Teacher Demos Frame types while students duplicate actions in Flash, to review Frame notes 2 Whole Group Instruction – Class Reads/Discusses “Types of Frames” p121 3 HPS: Guided Practice – Students (with teacher modeling) Working with Keyframes: 1,2,3 4 HPS: Summarizing and Note Taking – Students write paragraph explaining how they will make Moth move around the lightbulb Share advice from paragraphs.

Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Review Types of Layers and Frames and explain “Practice Project” with moth. Digital Graphics HW:


Sep 20 Animation Practice Project GLE: Objective: TLW Create a “Step-by-Step” Animation P/A/T: 1 HPS: Summarizing and Note Taking – Students write paragraph explaining how they will make Moth move around the lightbulb Share advice from paragraphs. 2 Whole Group Instruction – Class Reads/Discusses “Watching it Unfold: Onion Skinning” p126 3 HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on “Animation Practice” Project (moth)


Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: How much time will this take? Is this harder or simpler than “Flip”? Digital Graphics HW:


Sep 23 Flip Animation Project

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Create a “Step-by-Step” Animation
  • Vocabulary: Frame-by-Frame Animation
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students finish “Animation Practice” Project (moth and guy walking around tree)
  2. Early finishers work on “Running around a Tree” and “Ball through Hoop” projects
  3. Students work on “Flip Animation 4”. Don't you wish there were a way to make Flash do more of the work for you?
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher formally grades Project
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Sep 24 Work on Projects


Sep 25 Test


Sep 26 Finish and Review Test


Sep 30 Motion Tweening

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Explore and Experience Motion Tweening and use Flash 5 to move objects along Predetermined paths
  • Vocabulary: Tweening
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Students Finish projects
  2. HPS: Round Robin peer editing – Class rotates to see and add comments to every project.
  3. Class Reads/Discusses “Motion Tweening” p130
  4. Teacher Intro to Tweeining: Students follow along with teacher's “step by step”. How hard would it be to add 8 seconds of motion to your Flip Project? Total of ...... seconds? Frames?
  5. Students (with teacher modeling) Create Simple Motion Tween: 1,2,3
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Oct 01 Motion Tweening

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Explore and Experience Motion Tweening and use Flash 5 to move objects along Predetermined paths
  • Vocabulary: Motion Tweening
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. HPS: Guided Practice – Students (with teacher modeling) Creating Motion on a Path: 1,2,3
  2. Students (with teacher modeling) Use Easing: 1,2,3 (p139)
  3. Students (with teacher modeling) Spin and Rotate Objects: 1,2,3
  4. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on Flip5 Project. Keep in mind, Tweening is for more than just motion ...
  5. Class Reads/Discusses “Morphing” (p141)
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Oct 02 Morphing

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Use Flash 5 Tweening to Morph Objects (NOT Symbols)
  • Vocabulary: Shape Tweening
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Students (with teacher modeling) Create a Shape Tween: 1,2,3
  2. Students (with teacher modeling) Use Shape Hints: 1,2,3
  3. HPS: Project-based instruction – Challenge: 1) get a stick man to morph into a stick dog. 2) get an 8 to morph into a 3, or a 3 into an 8
  4. Whole group instruction: Teacher demo's (students take notes) Alpha, Brightness and Tint (Motion Tweening)
  5. Class Reads/Discusses “Reversing Animations” (p144). Review differences between Motion Tweening and Shape Tweening
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Oct 03 Tweening

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Use Flash 5 Tweening techniques to Animate Objects
  • Vocabulary: Tweening
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Teacher explains/demos Zoom Project while students watch, take notes, and give suggestions.
  2. Students work on Zoom Projects
  3. Teacher explains/demos Bicycle project while students watch, take notes, and give suggestions. How can we animate a bicycle moving across the screen and make it look real?
  4. Students work on Zoom and Bicycle Projects
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Oct 04 Projects

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Use Flash 5 Tweening techniques to Animate Objects
  • Vocabulary: Easing
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Teacher reviews Zoom and Bike Projects while students watch, take notes, and give suggestions.
  2. Students work on Zoom and Bicycle Projects
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:



Oct 07 Tweening

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Use Flash 5 Tweening techniques to Animate Objects
  • Vocabulary: Tweening
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Teacher explains/demos Zoom Project while students watch, take notes, and give suggestions.
  2. Students work on Zoom Projects
  3. Teacher explains/demos Bicycle project while students watch, take notes, and give suggestions. How can we animate a bicycle moving across the screen and make it look real?
  4. Students work on Zoom and Bicycle Projects
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Oct 08 Projects

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Use Flash 5 Tweening techniques to Animate Objects
  • Vocabulary: Effects
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Teacher reviews Zoom and Bike Projects while students watch, take notes, and give suggestions.
  2. Students work on Zoom and Bicycle Projects
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Oct 09 Mini-Projects

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Use Flash 5 Tweening techniques to Animate Objects
  • Vocabulary: Effects
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Students (with teacher modeling) create “Rolling Wheel” motion tween with guide
  2. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on Zoom and Bicycle Projects. "How many layers do you need for the bicycle project?"
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Oct 10 All Projects Due

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Use Flash 5 Tweening and Drawing techniques to create realistic motion
  • Vocabulary: Tweening, Effects
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Whole group instruction: Teacher and class reviews requirements for several projects.
  2. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on Zoom, Bike, Ape, Flip5, and any missing mini-projects.
  3. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work Fade1, Fade2, and Fade3. "How many layers do you need for these projects?"
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:


Oct 11 Fade Projects

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Use Flash 5 Tweening techniques to create smooth transitions
  • Vocabulary: Tweening, Effects
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Whole group instruction: Teacher and class reviews requirements for several projects.
  2. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work Fade1, Fade2, and Fade3
  3. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on Flip5, and any missing mini-projects.
  4. Review for Test7-8: Frame animation and Tweening
  5. Show off student projects
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Digital Graphics HW:



Oct 14 Intro to class GLE: Objective: TLW Define Web Mastery P/A/T: 1 Seating/Role/Class Policy 2 Intro to class & Leeson show content outline 3 Whole group instruction – Teacher explains as students complete Carnegie style notes (I.) Internet Terms 4 HPS: Cooperative groups – Students perform Message Passing Activity involving IP packets and "Jam" 5 Whole group instruction - (II.) How to have a Web Page 6 Teacher Demonstrates Apache web server on Linux box Assessment: Teacher Asks Oral Questions throughout class, to gage student understanding and to determine pacing Closure: Q&A to see who knows what about making web pages Digital Graphics HW:


Oct 15 III. Intro to HTML GLE: Objective: TLW Create an Archetypal Web Page P/A/T: 1 Whole group instruction – (III.A.) Method for creating Web Pages and (III.B.) Define tags, nesting and attributes

Teacher explains as students complete Carnegie style notes. 2 Students (with teacher modeling) Create “My First” web page with required sections 3 Whole group instruction – Student-led discussion: Ethics of stealing HTML, design ideas and images

How do we see someone else's HTML if we like what they have done? 4 HPS: Problem-based instruction: Students Create “Colors” web page to experiment with colors (III.C.) Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Which is easier, naming colors, or using Hex? Web Mastery HW:


Oct 16 IV. Formatting Text GLE: Objective: TLW Create web pages that format text

P/A/T: 1 HPS: Guided Practice – Students Create “NextLine” web page to contrast

and
2 Whole group instruction – Teacher demonstrates as students try at their computers... What to do when Words DO NOT look like I want them to? 3 Students Create “Center” web page to get familiar with Center and Bold tags Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Have you seen our daily web page changing? Web Mastery HW:


Oct 17 IV. Formatting Text GLE: Objective: TLW Create web pages that format text P/A/T: 1 HPS: Guided Practice – Students Create “NextLine” web page to contrast <P> and
2 Whole group instruction – Teacher demonstrates as students try at their computers... What to do when Words DO NOT look like I want them to? 3 Students Create “Center” web page to get familiar with Center and Bold tags Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Have you seen our daily web page changing? Web Mastery HW:


Oct 18 Test GLE: Objective: TLW Interpret HTML and Create a web page that duplicates the one given P/A/T: 1 Review 2 Test “One” 3 review 4 Start Written part of test Assessment: Formally grade Test on Sections I. - IV. Closure: Review first page of test Web Mastery HW:



Oct 21 V. Images GLE: Objective: TLW Write HTML documents that display images P/A/T: 1 Whole group instruction – Teacher explains “HTML versions” as students take Carnegie style notes.

Introduce www.w3c.org so students can research details of tags 2 Teacher-led discussion: Notes on <IMG ...> tag 3 HPS: Guided practice – Students Create “ImagePractice” web page to show different ways of displaying pictures 4 Teacher-led discussion: Notes on <OBJECT...> tag 5 Students Create “Objects” web page to show different ways of displaying pictures Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: It looks like we've put pictures in web pages. Have we really? Web Mastery HW:


Oct 22 V. Images GLE: Objective: TLW Write HTML documents that display images P/A/T: 1 Whole group instruction – Teacher explains “HTML versions” as students take Carnegie style notes. 2 Introduce www.w3c.org so students can research details of tags 3 Teacher-led discussion: Notes on <IMG ...> tag 4 HPS: Guided practice – Students Create “ImagePractice” web page to show different ways of displaying pictures 5 Teacher-led discussion: Notes on <OBJECT...> tag 6 Students Create “Objects” web page to show different ways of displaying pictures Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: It looks like we've put pictures in web pages. Have we really?


Oct 23 VI. Links GLE: Objective: TLW Write HTML documents that contain links P/A/T: 1 Teacher-led discussion: Notes on <A...> tag and “The Tree Concept” 2 HPS: Guided practice – Students Create “LinkPractice” web page to create links to other documents 3 Teacher-led discussion: Notes on <A...> and <IMG...> tags combined 4 Students add to “LinkPractice” web page to have images as links Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: How do you link to a specific point in another HTML document? Web Mastery HW:


Oct 24 VI. Links GLE: Objective: TLW Write HTML documents that contain links P/A/T: 1 Review <A...> tag and finish creating links in “LinkPractice.html” 2 Students add to “LinkPractice” web page to create links within an HTML document Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Do we need “Home” links? Web Mastery HW:


Oct 25 VI. Links GLE: Objective: TLW Write HTML documents that contain links P/A/T: 1 Filing papers, update info sheets 2 Review “Internal Links” 3 Students add to “LinkPractice” web page to create links within an HTML document 4 Whole group instruction – Project planning and execution 5 Begin Test ("Do NOT guess.") Teacher explains sample “Project Plan” as students complete Carnegie style notes. Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Review Project Requirements and Rubric Web Mastery HW: Plan/design “Hobby” Project



Oct 28 Hobby Project GLE: Objective: TLW Write HTML documents that contain links and Images P/A/T: 1 Teacher criticiques “Plans” for Hobby Project while students begin research for project 2 Review Project Requirements 3 HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on “Hobby” Project Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Review vocab and Links Attributes for test Tuesday Web Mastery HW:


Oct 29 Hobby Project and Finish Test GLE: Objective: TLW Write HTML documents that contain links and Images P/A/T: 1 Teacher talks to students individually and finishes reviewing/approving student plans 2 HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on “Hobby” Project 3 Students show Off Hobby Projects to the class. Class rotates to see and add comments to every project. 3 Finish test Assessment: Performance Assessment – teacher formally grades projects according to rubric. Closure: Review vocab and Links Attributes for test Web Mastery HW:


Oct 30 VII. A. Embedded Style Sheets GLE: Objective: TLW Use Style Sheets to modify HTML tags P/A/T: 1 Review Test 2 Teacher mastery lecture: Introduction to Style Sheets 3 Teacher demonstrates Embedded Style sheets and students take notes 4 Students modify the <H...> and <BODY> tags with embedded style sheets Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: This is good if you want to modify tags in this document, but what if you want to affect several? Web Mastery HW:


Oct 31 VII. B. Cascading Style Sheets GLE: Objective: TLW Create a web page that takes advantage of CSS P/A/T: 1 Whole group instruction – Teacher demonstrates Cascading Style sheets and students take notes 2 Student pairs make list of tags that could benefit from style sheet usage 3 Students design and begin writing web page with CSS 4 HPS: Problem-based instruction – Students describe and implement the 2 types of style sheets in an old project (text.html) Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Why are we covering this as if it's separate from from HTML? Web Mastery HW:


Nov 01 VII. B. Cascading Style Sheets GLE: Objective: TLW Create a web page that takes advantage of CSS P/A/T: 1 Whole group instruction – Teacher demonstrates Cascading Style sheets and students take notes 2 Student pairs make list of tags that could benefit from style sheet usage 3 Students design and begin writing web page with CSS 4 HPS: Problem-based instruction – Students describe and implement the 2 types of style sheets in an old project (text.html) Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary Closure: Why are we covering this as if it's separate from from HTML? Web Mastery HW:


Nov 04 I was called our for a family emergency. Class did NOT follow instructions.


Unit: CSS and More Text Manipulation Edit

Nov 05 VIII. More Text

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write HTML documents that Manipulate Text, using Lists
  • Vocabulary: CSS, OL, UL, LI
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review Test
  2. Whole group instruction - Notes on Text Manipulation tags (HR, PRE, BIG). What can we use the pre tag for?
  3. Students Create “MoreText” web page to experiment with the new tags
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Nov 06 Hobby projects were NOT finished........


Nov 07 VIII. More Text

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write HTML documents that Manipulate Text, using Lists
  • Vocabulary: CSS, OL, UL, LI
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Teacher-led discussion: Notes on UL... tag and OL... tag
  2. Students Create “Bullets” web page to create an Unordered List
  3. Teacher-led discussion: Notes on DL... tag
  4. HPS: Guided Practice – Students Create “Numbering” web page to create a Definition List. How can Definition Lists be useful?
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Nov 08 Hobby2 Project using CSS

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write HTML documents that contain links and Images
  • Vocabulary: CSS
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Teacher criticiques “Plans” for Hobby Project while students begin research for project
  2. Review Project Requirements
  3. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on “Hobby” Project. Review vocab and Links Attributes for test.
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Nov 11 Hobby2 Project and Test

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write HTML documents that contain links and Images
  • Vocabulary: CSS
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Teacher criticiques “Plans” for Hobby Project while students begin research for project
  2. Review Project Requirements
  3. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on “Hobby” Project
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Unit: Tables Edit

Nov 12 IX. Tables

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write HTML documents that Organize information into Tables
  • Vocabulary: Tables
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review Test
  2. Teacher-led discussion: Notes on TABLE... tag
  3. Students Create “Tables” web page to create 3 tables
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Nov 13 IX. Tables

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write HTML documents that Organize information into Tables
  • Vocabulary: Tables
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Teacher-led discussion: Notes on TABLE... tag
  2. Students add a table to the “Tables” web page that has a table nested in it.
  3. Assign “FLASHTable” project to student pairs – a table with <EMBED> tags and explanations
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Nov 14 Mini-Project

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Create a web page that links to multiple Flash Files, to review all HTML tags to date
  • Vocabulary: Tables
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. HPS: Problem-based instruction – Students finish the "FlashTable" project
  2. Show off projects, students give oral feedback. Class rotates to see and add comments to every project. Did you help each other? You have to make identical tables for this next project.
  3. Assign “State Symbols” project
  4. Students begin designing/researching “State Symbols” Project. If 2 states have the same symbol, do you need 2 copies of the image?
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Formally grades FlashTable.html
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW: Plan the States Project


Nov 15 The States Project

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Format Text and Images in HTML Tables and Lists
  • Vocabulary: Tables
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. HPS: Problem-based instruction: Student pairs begin working on “States” project
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Formally grades project
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Nov 18 The States Project

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Format Text and Images in HTML Tables and Lists
  • Vocabulary: Tables
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review Project requirements
  2. HPS: Problem-based instruction: Student pairs work on “States” project
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Formally grades project
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Nov 19 The States Project

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Format Text and Images in HTML Tables and Lists
  • Vocabulary: Tables
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review Project requirements
  2. HPS: Problem-based instruction: Student pairs finish “States” project
  3. Show off projects, student feedback for groups. Class rotates to see and add comments to every project.
  4. Review Formatting Text tags for test
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Formally grades project
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Nov 20 The States Project more time


Nov 21 X. Frames

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Format web pages to contain multiple frames
  • Vocabulary: Frames
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review Test
  2. Introduction to frames
  3. HPS: Guided Practice – Students Type “Frames1” web page (with Teacher modeling) to implement a Frame-based web site
  4. HPS: Problem-based instruction: Teacher draws diagram and students must create frames to match. How many different arrangements of Frames can there be?
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW: Design Final Project


Nov 22 Test

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Format Text and Images in HTML Tables and Lists
  • Vocabulary: Tables
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Test
  2. Early Finishers begin copying notes X. Frames
  3. Review Test
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Formally grades test
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Dec 02 X. Frames

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Design and write a web page that implements Frames so that links open in a specific frame
  • Vocabulary: Frames
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Check Plans (HW)
  2. Teacher-led discussion: Notes on <FRAME...> tags
  3. Students Type “Frames2” web page(with Teacher modeling) to implement a Frame-based web site
  4. Assign Mini-project “New Frames that show Old Frames”
  5. Students begin “New Frames” mini project
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW: Design Final Project


computer problems ... review


Dec 04 X. Frames

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Design and write a web page that implements Frames so that links open in a specific frame
  • Vocabulary: Frames
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Students finish “New Frames” mini project
  2. Assign Frames Project – Resume/Biography within Frames
  3. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students plan/begin “Biography” project. How much info will you be allowed to put about yourself on the Internet, live, as part of our final project?
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW: Design Final Project


Dec 05 X. Frames

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Design and write a web page that implements Frames so that links open in a specific frame
  • Vocabulary: Frames
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Teacher approves Project Plans for individual students as other students begin work
  2. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on Resume/Biography Project
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW: Design Final Project


Dec 06 X. Frames

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Design and write a web page that implements Frames so that links open in a specific frame
  • Vocabulary: Frames
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review Project Requirements and Rubric
  2. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on Resume/Biography Project
  3. Students sign up for free web services to prepare for Final Project
  4. Students Show Project to class. Class rotates to see and add comments to every project.
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW: Design Final Project


Dec 09 X. Frames

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Design and write a web page that implements Frames so that links open in a specific frame
  • Vocabulary: Frames
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review Project Requirements and Rubric
  2. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on Resume/Biography Project
  3. Students sign up for free web services to prepare for Final Project
  4. Students Show Project to class. Class rotates to see and add comments to every project.
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW: Design Final Project


Dec 10 X. Frames

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Design and write a web page that implements Frames so that links open in a specific frame
  • Vocabulary: Frames
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review Project Requirements and Rubric
  2. HPS: Project-based instruction – Students work on Resume/Biography Project
  3. Students sign up for free web services to prepare for Final Project
  4. Students Show Project to class. Class rotates to see and add comments to every project.
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW: Design Final Project


Dec 11 Test

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Design and write a web page that implements Frames so that links open in a specific frame
  • Vocabulary: Frames
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Test on Frames
  2. Students finish Resume/Biography Project. Review Paths and Project requirements.
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Teacher Formally grades Test
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW: Design Final Project


Dec 12 XIII. JavaScript A. Intro

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write a web page that includes JavaScript logic
  • Vocabulary: JavaScript
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. HPS: Guided Practice – Students create “Powerpoint” web page (with Teacher modeling)
  2. Whole group instruction: Introduction to JavaScript programming
  3. Students (with teacher modeling) type their first JavaScript program
  4. HPS: Problem-based instruction – Students create a simple JavaScript program using their choice of Editor

Web Mastery HW:


Dec 13 XIII. JavaScript B. Output

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write a web page that includes JavaScript input and output
  • Vocabulary: JavaScript
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Whole group instruction: Introduction to JavaScript output
  2. Students create a simple JavaScript program within a web page that has math and output only
  3. Students (with teacher modeling) type JavaScript program with input and output
  4. HPS: Problem-based instruction – Students create a simple JavaScript program with input and output
  5. Students create a simple game that asks for name and age, to output a personal response. “If you do your work, you will get a better grade.” Is that true? Logic discussion.
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


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Dec 16 XIII. JavaScript B. Output

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write a web page that includes JavaScript input and output
  • Vocabulary: JavaScript
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Whole group instruction: Introduction to JavaScript output
  2. Students create a simple JavaScript program within a web page that has math and output only
  3. Students (with teacher modeling) type JavaScript program with input and output
  4. HPS: Problem-based instruction – Students create a simple JavaScript program with input and output
  5. Students create a simple game that asks for name and age, to output a personal response. “If you do your work, you will get a better grade.” Is that true? Logic discussion.
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Dec 17 XIII. JavaScript C. Logic

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write a web page that includes JavaScript logic
  • Vocabulary: JavaScript
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Review CSS and JavaScript embedding tags.
  2. Whole group instruction: Logic and If-then statements
  3. Students create a simple JavaScript program with If-then statements
  4. Whole group instruction: Nested If's
  5. HPS: Problem-based instruction – Students create a simple JavaScript program with nested If-then statements ... JavaStuff3.html Output specific sentence if the user is 1)male 2)under 19, and 3) a LA resident
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Dec 18 XIII. JavaScript D. Input and E. Functions

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write a web page that includes JavaScript logic
  • Vocabulary: JavaScript
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Whole group instruction: Input from the keyboard
  2. Students create a simple JavaScript program with keyboard input
  3. Whole group instruction: Functions
  4. HPS: Problem-based instruction – Students create a simple JavaScript program in which keyboard input affects which functions get called ... JavaStuff4.html Improved version of Yesterday's simple game.
  5. Review Final Project Requirements
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Dec 19 XIII. JavaScript D. Input and E. Functions

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write a web page that includes JavaScript logic
  • Vocabulary: JavaScript
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Whole group instruction: Input from the keyboard
  2. Students create a simple JavaScript program with keyboard input
  3. Whole group instruction: Functions
  4. HPS: Problem-based instruction – Students create a simple JavaScript program in which keyboard input affects which functions get called ... JavaStuff4.html Improved version of Yesterday's simple game.
  5. Review Final Project Requirements
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:


Dec 20 XIII. JavaScript F. Loops

  • Standards:
  • Learning Outcome(s): TLW Write a web page that includes JavaScript "for" loops
  • Vocabulary: JavaScript
  • Activities/Tasks:
  1. Whole group instruction: Loops
  2. Students create a simple JavaScript program with a “For” loop
  3. Whole group instruction: Input can determine what a loop does
  4. HPS: Problem-based instruction – Students create a simple JavaScript program in which keyboard input affects a loop ... JavaStuff5.html Program asks about user's favorite numbers then counts for them.
  • Formative/Summative Assessment: Informal teacher observation--teacher visits students' desks to check for on task and completing assignments providing feedback as necessary
  • Modifications/Accommodations: on file in Lesson Plan Binder

Web Mastery HW:

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