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1 Scope And Sequence Timeframe Unit Instructional Topics Course Description Web Design students will learn how to create and maintain web pages using the prevailing techniques and software. Students will also learn how to write HTML and use a variety of software and scripting languages to create web pages for both personal enjoyment and the schools web site. Students will create and maintain web pages for administrators, teachers, clubs, sports, and departments. The digital camera and scanner will be used to add graphics and pictures to web sites. Course Rationale The objectives of the Business/Technology Department are to encourage students to develop 21st Century skills and to gain business knowledge for personal or business application. The courses will be helpful for students seeking employment immediately after graduation and provide a background for college-bound students to gain a general understanding of the business world. Gaining mastery over technology is important to living in a technologically oriented society. Technology enhanced courses are designed to promote 1) creatively and innovation; 2) communication and collaboration; 3) research and information fluency; 4) critical thinking, problem solving and decision making; 5) digital citizenship; 6) technology operations and concepts. Each Business or Computer courses, except Business Technology 1 and 2, meet the state requirement of 1 full unit of practical art credit. Web Design is learning the essential skills to create web pages for the Internet. Mastering the use of software programs is necessary to create web pages. Digital citizenship is the appropriate and responsible behavior with the regard to technology. Understanding the use of HTML and scripting languages with the ability recognize and correct errors. Board Approval Date May 23, 2013 Basic Operations and Concepts. Social, Ethical and Human Issues Technology Productively Tools Technology Communication Tools Technology Research Tools Technology problem-solving and decisionmaking tools. Unit: Basic Operations and Concepts. 1. Nature and Operation of Technology Systems 2. Proficient Use of Technology 1. Ethical, Cultural and Societal Issues related to technology 2. Responsible use of technology systems, information and software. 1. Technology Tools 2. Productivity Tools for Publications and other creative works Course Details 1. Telecommunications 1. Technology to collect information 2. New Information Resources Student will learn to read and understand HTML and use a web design program to create web pages. 1. Technology Resources for problem-solving and decision making. 2. Problem Solving in the real world using technology The knowledge of HTML and web design programs will give students the ability to create web sites for business and personal use. How can you use the source code to know how a web page was designed? How can you determine from the source code which designer program was used to create a web page? How can you modify a web page through a web page designer program? Create a web page using a given web designer program. Modify an existing web page using a web designer program. Duplicate a web page from the information on an existing web page. Topic: Nature and Operation of Technology Systems The student will identify HTML tags and attributes for basic Web page design (e.g., title, metadata, table, like). Assessment: Teacher examination of web pages created with text editor and html tags. The student will organize all content files into folder management. Assessment: Teacher examination of student folders and web site for proper usage. The student will recognize different platforms and browsers in relationship to the Web. Page 1

2 Assessment: Teacher generated test on items that reflect understanding of platforms and browsers. Topic: Proficient Use of Technology The student will apply HTML tags and attributes for basic Web page design (e.g., title, metadata, table, link) Assessment: Teacher generated test items and examination of web pages created with web authoring software. The student will create a template. Assessment: Teacher generated text items and examination of template created by students. The student will modify JavaScript (e.g., swap image/rollover, open browser window, validate form). Assessment: Teacher generated test items and examination of JAVA Script utilized on student web pages. The student will use a template. Assessment: Teacher generated test items and examination of templates utilized on web sites by students. The student will use advanced HTML (e.g., forms, frames, image maps). Assessment: Teacher generated test items and examination of forms, frames, and image maps on student web pages. The student will use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control page elements (e.g., external internal, inline) Assessment: Teacher generated test items and examination of student pages with Cascading Style Sheets. The student will use Web authoring software to create Web pages (e.g., Microsoft Expressions, Macromedia Dream weaver) Assessment: Teacher generated test items and examination of web pages created with web authoring software. Unit: Social, Ethical and Human Issues Students will learn about social, cultural, and ethical issues related to creation of web sites and Internet usage. Correctly understand legal and ethical laws related to the Internet and web sites. How do you know if your web page is following legal and ethical laws for the use on the Internet? How do you know and demonstrate Internet safety both from a business and personal perspective? Demonstrate the creation of web pages utilizing the legal and ethical laws that apply. Creation of reports that demonstrate the proper legal and ethical standards that apply to web sites. Topic: Ethical, Cultural and Societal Issues related to technology The student will examine computer crimes and privacy issues related to using the internet. (e.g., HIPPA, permissions). Assessment: Teacher graded report on computer and privacy issues related to web sites. The student will investigate security issues (e.g., viruses, firewalls, passwords, filters). Assessment: Teacher graded report on security issues posed on student web site. Topic: Responsible use of technology systems, information and software. The student will apply copyright laws in web-related projects. Assessment: Teacher examination of student generated web pages. The student will demonstrate ethical behavior. Assessment: Teacher examination of student pages with proper demonstration of ethical behaviors. The student will practice personal Internet safety. Assessment: Teacher observation of students utilizing Internet safety and examination of student web pages. Unit: Technology Productively Tools Page 2

3 Student will learn to use a web design program, read, write, and understand HTML, use picture editing programs, and apply them to the creation of web pages. Correctly using web based programs will give students the ability to create web pages for both business and personal use. How can you use the a web designer program create a web page? How can you determine the best page and picture editors to use when creating a web page? Create a web page using a given web designer program. Modify an existing web page using a web designer program. Duplicate a web page from the information on an existing web page. Topic: Technology Tools The student will choose appropriate color schemes. Assessment: Teacher examination of student's use of appropriate color scheme for their site. The student will define web page design principles and elements. Assessment: Teacher generated test items over principles and elements of web page design. The student will determine the purpose of the Web site. Assessment: Teacher graded report on student's ability to identify purpose of select web sites. The student will employ proofreading and editing techniques. Assessment: Teacher examination of student pages with proper use of proofreading and editing skills. The student will evaluate site using Web accessibility tools. Assessment: Teacher observation of students using Web accessibility tools. The student will evaluate web sites based on design elements and principles (e.g., contrast, alignment, color, space). Assessment: Teacher graded report on select web sites based on principles of good web design. The student will evaluate web sites based on interactive design principles (e.g., navigation, user feedback) Assessment: Teacher graded report on student's ability to identify interactive design of select web sites. The student will identify the target audience. Assessment: Teacher graded report on student's ability to identify the target audience of select web sites. The student will identify Web accessibility issues (e.g., ADA, browser, Web Accessibility Initiative - WAI, Section 508 Standards). Assessment: Teacher graded report on accessibility issues related to the Internet. The student will plan an organized layout (e.g., storyboard) Assessment: Teacher examination of student's demonstration of organized layout of their state. The student will recognize the different image types and their extensions (e.g., gif, jpg) Assessment: Teacher generated test and examination of students knowledge of image types and extensions. The student will select an appropriate navigational structure (e.g., linear, hierarchy, flow chart) Assessment: Teacher generated test items and examination of student knowledge of image types and extensions. The student will select content for site (e.g., research techniques, interview of client). Assessment: Teacher examination of student fulfilling class requirements of content on their site. Topic: Productivity Tools for Publications and other creative works The student will optimize an image to improve load time (e.g., compress). Assessment: Teacher examination of student utilizing software to optimize and improve load time. The student will optimize an image to improve load time (e.g., compress). Assessment: Teacher examination of student utilizing software to optimize and improve load time. The student will use editing program to create original raster images (e.g., collage, banners, buttons). Assessment: Teacher examination of student creating raster images for their web sites. The student will use image editing program to adjust and transform images (e.g., cropping, rotation, skew, color). Assessment: Teacher examination of student's ability to transform images using image editing software. The student will use selection tools in image editing program (e.g., lasso, magic wand). Assessment: Teacher examination of student's Teacher examination of student fulfilling class requirements of content on their site. The student will use Web-safe colors and fonts. Assessment: Teacher examination of student identifying the use of web safe colors and fonts on web pages. Page 3

4 The student will utilize images from various sources (e.g., Internet, CD, Scanner, digital camera). Assessment: Teacher examination of student utilizing images from various sources on web pages. Unit: Technology Communication Tools Students will create web pages for both personal and professional use. Correctly use web design programs, HTML, and other web design tools to create web pages for both personal and professional use. How can you use the a web designer program create a web page? How can you determine the best page and picture editors to use when creating a web page? Create a web page using a given web designer program. Modify an existing web page using a web designer program. Duplicate a web page from the information on an existing web page. Topic: Telecommunications Description Students will use HTML, web designer programs, picture editors, and other programs to create web pages for both personal, school, and business web sites. The student will create a web site to be used and viewed by the public. Assessment: Teacher examination of student creating and maintaining pages for the school's web site. The student will demonstrate web design through creating web pages for the schools web site. Assessment: Teacher examination of student ability to create and design web pages. The student will demonstrate web design through creating web pages for the schools web site. Assessment: Teacher examination of student ability to create and design web pages. The student will maintain a part of the school's web site to include new materials and updates. Assessment: Teacher examination of student maintaining selected pages on the schools web site. Unit: Technology Research Tools Students will learn to determine quality and reliablility of web pages and the history of how the Internet and World Wide Web were started. The knowledge of how to analyze the quality of web pages for reliablility and accuracy. Basic understanding to how the World Wide Web was developed and the history of how it began. How can the Internet affect your life and career desisions? How can knowledge of the history of the World Wide Web enhance your understanding of where technology is leading for the future? Research the Internet for information about its past and future. Through the creation of web pages students will demonstrate time management skills. Topic: Technology to collect information The student will define terms related to Web projects. Assessment: Teacher generated test items on web related terminology. The student will evaluate Web resources (e.g., reliability, credibility). Assessment: Teacher generated rubric to help students evaluate online resources. The student will examine the history of the Web. Assessment: Teacher graded report of the history of the web. The student will explain how resolution affects Web page creation. Assessment: Teacher generated test items on the relationship between resolution and web pages. The student will recognize different platforms and browsers in relationship to the Web. Assessment: Teacher generated test items on the relationship between resolution and web pages. Page 4

5 The student will use Web-based resources (e.g., tutorials, Web quests, on-line resources, free download sites). Assessment: Teacher graded report of students utilizing web resources. Topic: New Information Resources The student will contrast web hosting account options (e.g., free vs. paid) Assessment: Teacher graded report on different sources of web hosting. The student will create meta tags to be utilized by a variety of search engines. Assessment: Teacher generated test item and examination of student using metadata on their web pages. The student will design a site map page. Assessment: Teacher examination of student's ability to create a site map. The student will explain process of obtaining a domain name. Assessment: Teacher generated test items on the process of obtaining a domain name. The student will implement time management techniques. Assessment: Teacher examination of student utilizing time management skills. The student will maintain site accuracy (e.g., verify links, update content) Assessment: Teacher examination of student's participation in maintaining. Unit: Technology problem-solving and decision-making tools. The student will create web pages for personal, business, and school use. They will also examine the career opportunities related to web development and design. Web design allows students the opportunity to communicate globally through the Internet. Quality information about career decisions in technology and the future of related fields to the Internet. What will the future be like for web designers? How will the speed of technology create different opportunites for those working in the creation of web sites? Research to determine the careers and jobs related to the Internet and web design. Creation of web pages to develop the skills for future career opportunities. Topic: Technology Resources for problem-solving and decision making. The student will identify careers/self-employment opportunities in Web design and production. Assessment: Teacher grade report of student's research of career and employment opportunities in web design. The student will identify industry certification opportunities. Assessment: Teacher graded report of students' research of industry certification opportunities. Topic: Problem Solving in the real world using technology The student will create web pages for a simulate business. Assessment: Teacher examination of students' participating in creating of web pages for a simulated business. The student will create web pages for personal use. Assessment: Teacher examination of student's participating in creation of web pages of personal interest. The student will create web pages for the school. Assessment: Teacher examination of student's participating in creating of web pages for school activities. Page 5

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