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Assignments for 7th Grade Middle School Computer Science Education

Job Application


trinket.io/python
 
Hour of Python

Getting Started with Turtle

Your 1st Interactive Program
 

Google Drive
EdPuzzle-Videos


Letter-Mr.Hames
Syllabus

CV
2016 Year
Google Doogle
Computer Glitch





7a 7b
 

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Feedback Form
2016 Year

Character Quality of the Week: 

No Video this Week

 
 
Day 70 (Fri.): Zaxby's Gaming Challenge
MUST be an original from SCRATCCH game.  NO Remix games allowed

Creativity (20 points)

How creative is the animation or game?  Does it include several sounds or just background music?  Does the artwork seem well designed (good color combinations, attractive)?  How engaging is it?  Do you want to watch it again?  Do you want to show it to others? 

Design

__/1 below average art/color, __/3 average art/color/ __/5 great art/color

Good use of sound?

__/1 one sound, __/5pts = more than 1 sounds

Sprites

__/1 (modified Scratch sprites or imported pictures)

__/5 pts = (created own sprite(s))

How engaging?

__/1 (want to see it or play it again)

__/2 pts =(want to show it to others)

__/5 pts =(Wow! – blew my socks off)

TOTAL

__/ 20

Originality (10 points)

Is it a completely original, not simply a copied idea taken from TV, books, videogames or movies?

TOTAL

__/ 10 (0 for none, 5 for average, 10 outstanding)

Technical Merit (30 points)

The technical difficulty of this entry. 

Uses broadcast and receive

__/3 -5 pts.

Uses at least one loop

__/1 -5  pts.

Uses at least one conditional

__/1 - 5 pts.

Uses at least one variable or timer

__/1 - 5 pts.

Number of scripts

__/1 (for 1-5) __/2 (for 6-10) __/3 (for 11+)

Number of sprites

__/1 (for 1-5) __/2 (for 6-10)__/3 (for 11+)

Changes the background

__/1 (for 0-3 changes) __/2 (4+ changes)

TOTAL

_/15

Programming Practices (10 points)

Commented code, scripts are kept small (no more than 5-10 blocks per script), the names of message and variables are meaningful, and there are good project instructions,

Scripts are small

__/ 1-2

Good names for messages and variables

__/ 1-2

Instructions included on Scratch

__/ 2-6

TOTAL

__/ 10


Game Title and Theme (10 points)

The theme is easy to see starting with the opening splash page: Game Title and Author.  Includes instructions slide.

Title Slide with Game Name

__/ 5

Stated the Game Creator's Name

__/ 2

Project instructions / theme - clearly visitble

__/ 3

TOTAL

__/ 10

Total for each entry___________________________ out of 80 with 20 bonus points at the discretion of the judge to be awarded

 
Day 60-69 (Thurs.): Google CS-First Game Coding Unit - 8 Games in 8 Days - Quiz- Scratch / Google Quiz
Bonus:


 




Spotlight Game: Armondo Paz



DONT log in using Google Acct!
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Write your name on over of the book.

Day 59 (Friday): Computer Coding Introduction: Python, a web based language for all.

Quiz
Part II: What have you learned?

Design a Trinket that you share on this link that uses at least 12 different commands in Python in some way that demonstrates your understanding of the language.  Don't just turn in a project we completed this week or last week.
 
Day 58 (Thurs.): Computer Coding Introduction: Python, a web based language for all.
  1. Lesson 8: Touch Screen App
    s=t.Screen()

    def selfdraw():
        s.bgcolor('white')
        s.onclick(t.setpos)

    selfdraw()
    Watch Today's Video
  2. Login to:
  3. Open a new Trinket
  4. import a turtle and name it.
  5. Create an on screen Touch app and make it your own by adding other keys to press to change colors or pick up the pen.
  6. Submit Your Work This week.  View others work.
    1. Bonus: Today's OnKey Python Lesson
Day 57 (Wed.): Computer Coding Introduction: Python, a web based language for all.
  1. Lesson 7: Etch-a-Sketch App
    def up():
        t.fd(10)
    def left():
        t.lt(90)
    def right():
        t.rt(90)
    def down():
        t.bk(10)

    def draw():
        s=t.Screen()

        s.onkey(up, "up")
        s.onkey(left,"left")
        s.onkey(right,"right")
        s.onkey(down,"down")
        s.listen()

    draw()
    ===============================
    t.clear() ??What does this do??

    Do you have to turn 90 degrees?
    Watch Today's Video
  2. Login to:
  3. Open a new Trinket
  4. import a turtle and name it.
  5. Create the Etch-a-Sketch App changing the colors, clearing the screen, picking up the turtle's pend and putting it back down, and increasing the width using different letters on the keyboard.
  6. Submit Your Work This week.  View others work.
    1. Bonus: Today's OnKey Python Lesson
Day 56 (Tues.): Computer Coding Introduction: Python, a web based language for all.
  1. Lesson 6: Spirals
    import turtle
    t=turtle
    t.speed(0)
    s=t.Screen()
    s.bgcolor("black")
    def circle():
        for i in range(200)
    :
            t.color('white')
            t.circle(i*3)
            t.rt(90)

    circle()
    Watch Today's Video
  2. Login to:
  3. Open a new Trinket
  4. import a turtle and name it.
  5. Create 4 different spiral functions.  One for the square, triangle, circle, and another poloygone of your choice.
  6. Submit Your Work This week.  View others work.
    1. Bonus: Setting Turtle as the Image
Day 55 (Mon.): Computer Coding Introduction: Python, a web based language for all.
  1. Lesson 5: Functions
    def circle1():
         for i in range(4):
                 t.circle(50)
                 t.rt(90)


    circle1()


    answer=input("Do you want to see a spiral? y/n")
    if answer=='y':
          circle1()

    else:
          print("okay. We're done!")
    Watch Today's Video
  2. Login to:
  3. Open a new Trinket
  4. import a turtle and name it.
  5. Create 4 different circle functions and an input question.
  6. Submit Your Work This week.  View others work.
    1. Bonus: Setting Turtle as the Image
Day 54 (Fri.): Computer Coding Introduction: Python, a web based language for all.
  1. Lesson 4: Screen Color/Random
    s=t.Screen()
    s.bgcolor("green")

    t.circle(20)


    import random

    rainbow = ["red","blue","green","orange","black","brown"]
    t.color(random.choice(rainbow))
    Watch Today's Video
  2. Login to:
  3. Open a new Trinket
  4. import a turtle and name it.
  5. Using the colors and circles, design a rainbow of circles using your "for range loop" from yesterday.
  6. Submit Your Work This week.  View others work.
    1. Bonus: Setting Turtle as the Image
Day 53 (Thurs.): Computer Coding Introduction: Python, a web based language for all.
  1. Lesson 3: Loops
    for i in range(4):
        t.fd(50)
        t.rt(90)
    Watch Today's Video
  2. Login to:
  3. Open a new Trinket
  4. import a turtle and name it.
  5. Using the for loop, create the following sided objects: 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10 using different colors and sizes.
    1. Video Help: Loops - Polygons
    2. Bonus: Background colors and images
Day 52 (Wed.): Computer Coding Introduction: Python, a web based language for all.
  1. Lesson 2: Continued
    t.rt()
    t.bk()
    t.pd()
    t.width()
    t.speed()
    t.write("")
    Watch Today's Video
  2. Login to:
  3. Open your Trinket from yesterday.  You should have a colored box and 4 dots. that you drew.
  4. Add to your trinket 3 or more boxes and 4 or more dots
  5. Use the write command to add your name to your app.
Day 51 (Tue.): Computer Coding Introduction: Python, a web based language for all.
  1. Lesson 1: Intro
    import turtle
    t=turtle
    t.shape("turtle")
    t.color("")
    t.fd()
    t.lt()

    t.stamp()

    t.pu()
    t.goto(x,y)
    t.dot()
    Watch Today's Video
  2. Login to:
  3. Today's Video Tutorial: https://edpuzzle.com/media/59efb4f74dcb1c40db33f2d4

 

Optional:
  1. Do the following activities:
    1. https://hourofpython.trinket.io/a-visual-introduction-to-python#/welcome/an-hour-of-code
    2. https://trinket.io/challenges/bullseye.html
    3. https://trinket.io/challenges/holiday-tree.html
  2. Join: 7a-  https://trinket.io/courses/join/EBveGf
  3. Join: 7b-  https://trinket.io/courses/join/a9znvm 
Day 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50 (Wed., Thurs., Fri., Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Frid.): Computer Coding Introduction: HTML/CSS, Python, LOGO, Swift, Scratch
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Login to:

 

 

Day 42 (Tues.): Computer Coding Introduction: HTML/CSS, Python, LOGO, Swift, Scratch
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. How to Set up the account Video: https://edpuzzle.com/media/59dbe54743b4c9408f534b2b
  3. Register using your GOOGLE account:
  4. To Join my class just Click: https://khanacademy.org/coaches
    1. 7a "HTML/CSS" Students Join 7a Class: 7a Code:TPEU4A

    2. 7b "HTML/CSS" students Join 7B Class: 7b Code:BF3PC4

  5. Start Unit on HTML/CSS: https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-programming/html-css

 

Day 39, 40, 41 (Wed., Thurs. & Friday): Campaign Website Work - Weebly Website
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Log into your students.weebly.com account.
    1. Username:  student#.7
    2. Pasword:    student#
  3. Weebly Setup:
    1. Video #1- Setup Pages your Weebly account, choose a design template, and create your web pages.
    2. Video #2- Convert MS-Publisher to Images and into Weebly
    3. Video #3 - Export Powtoon to Weebly - Watch this Video
    4. Video #4 - Send URL Link via Google Form for grading
    5. Link for Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/D1cQIfp28gsCt8io2

 

Day 37, 38 (Mon., Tues.): Campaign Website Work
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Setup your Powtoon account - Supporting Video
  3. Using Powtoon, Create a Video Commercial for your campaign.
    1. Requirements:  Must be 30 sec. minimum but no logner than 60 sec. in length
    2. Your name must appear on the first first scene with what you are running for along with your slogan some place in the video.
    3. Must have music playing in the background.

 

Day 36 (Fri.): Campaign Website Work

  1. Learning Digital Literacy Online
    Finished with 1st Module? Start Future Goals
    Select either Science or Math as your option
  2. Finish website work in publisher
  3. Print Newspaper in Color
  4. Watch and asnwer Today's Video Question  
Day 33-35 (Tue. Wed. & Thurs.): Campaign Website Work
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Finish yesterday's POSTER for your campaign (see yesterday's notes)
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Continue your Campaign Website as you run for SGA (Student Government Association) President
    1. Cover Page Requirements: Select Page size: 6x5 with Zero margins on ALL sides (Video Instructions)
      1. Create the first page with your name in WordArt on the page with
      2. Add one graphic image
      3. Add: What you are running for (President)
      4. Add: a campaign moto (Slogan)
    2. Issue 1: Problem/Solution
      1. Title - Must be done in Word Art (be sure to change the font)
      2. Problem - state the problem in 3 or more sentences
      3. Solution - state your solution in 3 or more sentences
      4. Add - graphic
      5. Add - Drop Cap
      6. Add - Border
    3. Issue 2: Problem/Solution
      1. Title - Must be done in Word Art (be sure to change the font)
      2. Problem - state the problem in 3 or more sentences
      3. Solution - state your solution in 3 or more sentences
      4. Add - graphic
      5. Add - Drop Cap
      6. Add - Border
    4. F.A.Q:  Frequently Asked Questions
      1. Title - Must be done in Word Art
      2. Write 3 of the 5 questions in a unique font, style or size-
        1. Why are you running for president?
        2. What are you going to change when you become president?
        3. Why should I vote for you?
        4. What makes you different from others?
        5. What makes a good leader?
      3. Answers - must be in different color/font/size etc.
      4. Add - graphic
    5. BONUS:  Sponsors Page
      1. Title: Sponsors
      2. Company Name - Make it up!
      3. Company Slogan - Make it up!
      4. Graphic - Add Cool graphic!
        1. Exampe:  Not Chick-fil-A but Burger-fil-B, Slogan: Eat more Bugers!, Graphic: a Delicious hambger!
      5. Add at least 3 companies to this page
      6. At the bottom of the page Say:  Support our Sponsors!
  5. Work on Keyboarding if you finish early
Day 37 (Mon.): Campaign Website Work
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Log into your students.weebly.com account.
    1. Username:  student#.7
    2. Pasword:    student#
  3. Weebly Setup:
    1. Watch Video #1-Setup your Weebly account, choose a design template, and create your web pages.

 

Day 32 (Mon.): Campaign Website Work
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Finish yesterday's POSTER for your campaign (see yesterday's notes)
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Continue your Campaign Website as you run for SGA (Student Government Association) President
    1. Cover Page Requirements: Select Page size: 6x5 with Zero margins on ALL sides (Video Instructions)
      1. Create the first page with your name in WordArt on the page with
      2. Add one graphic image
      3. Add: What you are running for (President)
      4. Add: a campaign moto (Slogan)
    2. Issue 1: Problem/Solution
      1. Title - Must be done in Word Art (be sure to change the font)
      2. Problem - state the problem in 3 or more sentences
      3. Solution - state your solution in 3 or more sentences
      4. Add - graphic
      5. Add - Drop Cap
      6. Add - Border
  5. Work on Keyboarding if you finish early
Day 31 (Fri.): Campaign Website Work
  1. Instructions from me for the day:
  2. Watch Today's Video
  3. Finish yesterday's POSTER for your campaign (see yesterday's notes)
  4. Work on either Ignition (Purchase Computer for your teacher) or Hockey Future Goals

Learning Digital Literacy Online
Select either Science or Math as your option
Day 30 (Thurs.): Campaign Website Work - Day 1
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  3. Today you create a Campaign Website as you run for SGA (Student Government Association) President
    1. Select Page size: 6x5 with Zero margins on ALL sides - (Video Instructions)
    2. Create the first page with your name in WordArt on the page with
    3. Add one graphic image
    4. Add: What you are running for (President)
    5. Add: a campaign moto (Slogan)

 

Day 29 (Wed): Day3 to Ignition/Future Goals (Science or Math)
  1. Answer Question from Today's Video

  2. Learning Digital Literacy Online

    Module1- Choosing a Computer
    Terms to Know:

    1. RAM (Memory) - Increases speed
    2. Hard Drive - Slow but Large storage device
    3. C.P.U. - Brains of the Computer
    4. Open Source - Free
    5. QR Codes - Scan and go
    6. The Cloud- Online/Web 2.0 software
    E-Class Discussion Questions:

    1. Why is it important to compare features of a computer before making a purchase? What are the different features of a computer that people should consider before making their selection?

    2. What is cloud computing, and what does it enable us to do?

    3. What are some of the ways computers change and evolve over time? What do you predict computers will be like 20 years from now?
    Finished with 1st Module? Start Future Goals
    Select either Science or Math as your option
Day 28 (Tuesday): Day2 to Ignition
  1. Answer Question from Today's Video
Day 26-27 (Friday + Monday): Intro to Ignition
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Start:
    1. 7a: username: studentnumber.7
    2.        password: crews956  new password: crews1
    3. 7b: username: studentnumber.7
    4.        password: crews956  new password: crews1
Created 1998-2015,  Roderick Hames                         Crews Middle School

School Newspaper of the Month:http://thebroncobulletin.weebly.com/

 
Day 25: (Thursday) Newspaper Project
  1. Open Google Drive Account and finish writing your 3 articles: 1st (personal interest), 2nd (Technology), or 3rd article (your choice).
  2. Include the following for each article:
  3. Title of the Article

    Write a paragraph (5 or more sentences) for each story and be sure to answer these questions in your story:

    • Who
    • What
    • When
    • Where
    • Why and/or How
  4. Open MicroType and complete the next Lesson in microtype
  5. Watch in order these 3 videos to complete your Newspaper
    1. Video #1  Complete the top of your newspaper watching Instructional Video - Newspaper - TOP
    2. Video #2  Complete the inserting of your 3 articles into your newspaper.  See video Newspaper - Insert from Google
    3. Video #3  Complete the final step.  Insert a Word Search using this video - Newspaper - Word Search
Day 24: Newspaper Project
  1. Open Google Drive Account and finish writing your 3 articles: 1st (personal interest), 2nd (Technology), or 3rd article (your choice).
  2. Include the following for each article:
  3. Title of the Article

    Write a paragraph (5 or more sentences) for each story and be sure to answer these questions in your story:

    • Who
    • What
    • When
    • Where
    • Why and/or How
  4. Open MicroType and complete the next Lesson in microtype
  5. Watch in order these 3 videos to complete your Newspaper
    1. Video #1  Complete the top of your newspaper watching Instructional Video - Newspaper - TOP
    2. Video #2  Complete the inserting of your 3 articles into your newspaper.  See video Newspaper - Insert from Google
    3. Video #3  Complete the final step.  Insert a Word Search using this video - Newspaper - Word Search
Day 23: Newspaper Project
  1. Open Google Drive Account and finish writing your 3 articles: 1st (personal interest), 2nd (Technology), or 3rd article (your choice).
  2. Include the following for each article:
  3. Title of the Article

    Write a paragraph (5 or more sentences) for each story and be sure to answer these questions in your story:

    • Who
    • What
    • When
    • Where
    • Why and/or How
  4. Open MicroType and complete the next Lesson in microtype
  5. Watch in order these 3 videos to complete your Newspaper
    1. Video #1  Complete the top of your newspaper watching Instructional Video - Newspaper - TOP
    2. Video #2  Complete the inserting of your 3 articles into your newspaper.  See video Newspaper - Insert from Google
    3. Video #3  Complete the final step.  Insert a Word Search using this video - Newspaper - Word Search
Day 22: Newspaper Project
  1. Open Google Drive Account and finish writing your 3 articles: 1st (personal interest), 2nd (Technology), or 3rd article (your choice).
  2. Include the following for each article:
  3. Title of the Article

    Write a paragraph (5 or more sentences) for each story and be sure to answer these questions in your story:

    • Who
    • What
    • When
    • Where
    • Why and/or How
  4. Open MicroType and complete the next Lesson in microtype
  5. Watch in order these 3 videos to complete your Newspaper
    1. Video #1  Complete the top of your newspaper watching Instructional Video - Newspaper - TOP
    2. Video #2  Complete the inserting of your 3 articles into your newspaper.  See video Newspaper - Insert from Google
Day 21: Newspaper Project
  1. Open Google Drive Account and finish writing your 3 articles: 1st (personal interest), 2nd (Technology), or 3rd article (your choice).
  2. Include the following for each article:
  3. Title of the Article

    Write a paragraph (5 or more sentences) for each story and be sure to answer these questions in your story:

    • Who
    • What
    • When
    • Where
    • Why and/or How
  4. Open MicroType and complete the next Lesson in microtype
Day 20: Newspaper Project
  1. Open Google Drive Account and finish writing your 1st (personal interest), 2nd (Technology), or 3rd article (your choice).
  2. Open MicroType and complete the next Lesson in microtype
Day 19: Newspaper Project
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Intro Video:  https://screencast-o-matic.com/u/hB22/8_30_17_Newspaper
  3. Open MicroType and complete the next Lesson in microtype
  4.  **Bonus Instructional Video - Newspaper - TOP
  5. Continue working on your newspaper and open Microsoft Publisher using the video link above as instructions.
  6. Open Google Drive Account and finish writing your 1st (personal interest), 2nd (Technology), or 3rd article (your choice).
  7. Finished?  Insert your first article into your newspaper... see video Newspaper - Insert from Google
Day 18: Newspaper Project
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Intro Video:  https://screencast-o-matic.com/u/hB22/8_30_17_Newspaper
  3. Open MicroType and complete the next Lesson in microtype
  4.  **Bonus Instructional Video - Newspaper - TOP
  5. Continue working on your newspaper and open Microsoft Publisher using the video link above as instructions.
  6. Open Google Drive Account and finish writing your 1st (personal interest), 2nd (Technology), or 3rd article (your choice).
  7. Finished?  Insert your first article into your newspaper... see video Newspaper - Insert from Google
Day 17: Newspaper Project
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Watch Today's Video
  3. Open Google Drive Account and Title:
    1. Newspaper
    2. by Your Name

    Title of the Article

    Write a paragraph for your story and be sure to answer these questions in your story:

    • Who
    • What
    • When
    • Where
    • Why and/or How
Day 16: Newspaper Project
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  5. Today you will follow along on the screen as I demonstrate the following skills:
    1. Add Word Art Title
    2. Add Lines
    3. Create Text Box for the following:  Date, Cost, Connection#, Editor, and Tag Line
  6.  ** Instructional Video - Word Art
  7. Today you will follow along on the screen as I demonstrate the following skills:
    1. Change page Margins
    2. Add Page Border
  8.  ** Instructional Video - Learning How to Start the Newspaper
Day 15: Intro to Desktop Publishing / Newspaper Project
 Scholar, Leaner, Inquirer, Investigate, - Reader
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and complete your next Lesson
  5. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  6. Today you will follow along on the screen as I demonstrate the following skills:
    1. Change page Margins
    2. Add Page Border
  7.  **Bonus Instructional Video - Learning How to Start the Newspaper
Day 14: Intro to Desktop Publishing / Newspaper Project
 Concentrate, Fixate, Center, Fasten, - Focus
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and complete your next Lesson
  5. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  6. Today you will follow along on the screen as I demonstrate the following skills:
    1. Change page Margins
    2. Add Page Border
  7.  **Bonus Instructional Video - Learning How to Start the Newspaper
Day 13: Finish Typing Scores Google Sheet
 Boost, Enhance, Improve, Increase, - Add-Value - Be successful by adding Value to others!
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 4 & 5
  5. Create a Line Graph of your Homerow Scores **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
  6. Setting Goals and Formulas for your Typing Scores Sheet - https://edpuzzle.com/media/5879502bc1cc573e095544dd
Day 12: Finish Typing Scores Google Sheet
     Perseverance, Courage, Determination, Persistence, - Tenacity
  1. Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  2. Watch Today's Video
  3. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 4 & 5
  4. Create a Line Graph of your Homerow Scores **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
  5. Setting Goals and Formulas for your Typing Scores Sheet - https://edpuzzle.com/media/5879502bc1cc573e095544dd
 Trustworthiness, Integrity, Reliability, Consistency, - Credibility
Day 11: Finish Typing Scores Google Sheet
 Trustworthiness, Integrity, Reliability, Consistency, - Credibility
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 4 & 5
  5. Create a Line Graph of your Homerow Scores **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
  6. Setting Goals and Formulas for your Typing Scores Sheet - https://edpuzzle.com/media/5879502bc1cc573e095544dd
Day10: Finish Typing Scores Google Sheet
 Hear, Comprehend, Perceive, Harken - Listening + Learning + Leading = Successful Entrepreneur Pathway
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 3 & 4
  5. Take test and record scores in Google Sheet from yesterday (see below).  Create Line Chart and Explain progress.
  6. Create a Line Graph of your Homerow Scores **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
Day9: Finish Typing Scores Google Sheet
 Wealth, Affluence, Plenty, Thriving - Abundance - How are you looking at life?  As a man thinkith so he goes.
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 3 & 4
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 10 - 15 minutes
  5. **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
Day8: Finish Writing a concise business letter & Start Typing Scores Google Sheet
 Experienced, Gifted, Natural, Strength - Instinct - Work in your sweet spot and you will be working with instinct!
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 2 & 3
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 10 - 15 minutes
  5. Finish work on Letter-Mr.Hames  done on Google Drive Account
  6. **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
Day7: Finish Writing a concise business letter & Start Typing Scores Google Sheet
 Knowledge, Discernment, Understanding, Information, - Wisdom  = Applied knowledge
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 2 & 3
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 10 - 15 minutes
  5. Finish work on Letter-Mr.Hames  done on Google Drive Account
  6. **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
Day6: Finish Writing a concise business letter & Start Typing Scores Google Sheet
 Organize, Overseeing, Execute, Administer, - Management
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 2 & 3
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 10 - 15 minutes
  5. Finish work on Letter-Mr.Hames  done on Google Drive Account
  6. **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
Day5: Finish Writing a concise business letter & Start Typing Scores Google Sheet
 ABOVE, MORE, Extraordinary, GREATEST, - Maximum - Going above and beyond and then some
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Turn in your Journal- today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 1 & 2
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 10 - 15 minutes
  5. Finish work on Letter-Mr.Hames  done on Google Drive Account
Day4: Finish Writing a concise business letter & Start Typing Scores Google Sheet
Real learning occurs after the experience is reflected upon.
Consideration, Ponder, Meditate, Think, - Reflect - Where real learning starts
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Journal today's Entrepreneurial Mindset Moment Word of the day!
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 1
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 10 - 15 minutes
  5. Finish to work on Letter-Mr.Hames  done on Google Drive Account
  6. **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
Day3: Introduce Video Subscription & Microtype 5
What you aim at is what you will achieve!
Achieve, Success, Intent, Aim, - Goals- or Goal Setting
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake, and correct name pronunciation and a warm greeting
  2. Register and subscribe to my Video Channel and watch the first video
  3. Open MicroType 5 and take the Pre-Test (Skills Analysis)
  4. Start Lesson 1
  5. Continue to work on Letter-Mr.Hames  done on Google Drive Account
  6. LAST day to bring back your Syllabus signed and have your Earbuds in for class (*required)
Day2: Writing a concise business letter
Are you a positive or negative contagious person to others?  Do you have a JOY and ENTHUSIASIM for life?  Are you positively adding value do others?
Spread, Transmit, Catch, Add, - Contagious
  1. Introductions and class seating arranged
  2. Work on Day1 letter to Mr. Hames  
  3. Register for Google Drive Account
  4. Remind students to bring in Earbuds for class (*required)
Day1: Writing a concise business letter
How important is being real with people? 
REAL, TRUSTWORTHINESS, DEPENDABILITY, GENUINE - Authenticity
  1. Introductions and class seating arranged
  2. Student complete page of the Student Profile
  3. Take Syllabus home to be signed
  4. Remind students to bring in Earbuds for class (*required)
 
 
   
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