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Feedback Form

Character Quality of the Week: 

Various Videos:

Zaxby's Dinner Celebration:  Congratulation to an OUSTANDING group of Crews Coders!

Share Your Game: https://docs.google.com/a/crews.org/spreadsheets/d/1zjo_4w_GoAnUkj_nZ3Kzg9SXGiLeXxFbpZzZKeQEyPo/edit?usp=sharing
Questions to answer in your oral presentation:
Introduce yourself
What is the name of your game?
What is the object of the game?
What did you learn from making the game?
What was your greatest challenge?
What surprised you about your game/and or coding in general?
Do you think coding is something you would want to do as a career?  Why or why not?
Spring 2017
Kushal Amin https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/161113540/
Lillianna Bernstein https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/160694862/
Hamin Jin https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/161117284/
Tatum Landers https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/161111776/
Krisna Patel https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/161111468/
Jeremiah Tisdale https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/161117194/
Yanet Abraham https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/161364405/ 
Aliyah Anderson https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/161365154/
Darnell Ashton https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/161373799/
Sarah Dhanani https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/161658192/
Chakaira Guishard https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/161365894/
Sariya Henry https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/160704833/ 

"One Week (5 Days)" Zaxby's Challenge

Can you design a game in Scratch that others would love to play over and over?
 

Share Your Game: https://docs.google.com/a/crews.org/spreadsheets/d/1zjo_4w_GoAnUkj_nZ3Kzg9SXGiLeXxFbpZzZKeQEyPo/edit?usp=sharing
 
Scratch Grading Rubic [PDF]
Day 86 (Tues.): Coding using CODE.org - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Video 1
  2. Video 2
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. See Some of the PAST winners!
Scratch Grading Rubic [PDF]

Creativity (10 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, __/2 average art/color/ __/3 great art/color

Good use of sound?

__/1 one sound, __/2 more than 1 sounds

Sprites

__/1 (modified Scratch sprites or imported pictures)

__/2 (created own sprite(s))

How engaging?

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

__/2 (want to show it to others)

__/3 (Wow! – blew my socks off)

TOTAL

__/ 10

Originality (10 points)

Is it a completely original, not something taken from TV, books, videogames or movies?

TOTAL

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

Technical Merit (15 points)

The technical difficulty of this entry. 

Uses broadcast and receive

__/2

Uses at least one loop

__/1

Uses at least one conditional

__/1

Uses at least one variable or timer

__/1

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 (5 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

Good names for messages and variables

__/ 1

Good project instructions

__/ 2

TOTAL

__/ 5

Total for each entry___________________________ out of 40

Share Your Game: https://docs.google.com/a/crews.org/spreadsheets/d/1zjo_4w_GoAnUkj_nZ3Kzg9SXGiLeXxFbpZzZKeQEyPo/edit?usp=sharing
Day 79 (Thurs.): Google CS-First Game Coding Unit - 8 Games in 8 Days
  1. Watch Today's Video

 




Spotlight Game: Armondo Paz



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Day 71 (Tues.): Coding using CODE.org - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Log into Code.org and continue your work on Course 4
Day 70 (Mon.): Coding using CODE.org - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2.  Signup with Google
  3. 7a "Course 4" Students Join 7a Class: 7a Code:   CGXFHW

    7b "Course 4" students Join 7B Class: 7b Code VPMFFM
Day 69 (Wed.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Send me the Perseverance Webstory or Powtoon on - Discussion Thread.  Add a post then copy and paste your link to your webstory or powtoon.
  2. Video#1: What is a procedure - Drawing App?
  3. Video#2: Procedures - Polygons!
  4. Video#3: More Polygons with Circle.
 
 
 
 
Day 3:  Commands, Commands, and More Commands
    1. Open MicroWorlds and click on Free Mode

    2. Create a working Drawing APP

      1. Create a Button Called Design (Forever)

      2. Another Button called CG (once)

    3. Now, write your first script/procedure in the Procedures Tab

      1. to design

      2. pd repeat 4 [ fd 50 rt 90]

      3. end

    4. Write your second procedure

      1. to rainbow

      2. setc random 5000

      3. end

Day 2:  Commands, Commands, and More Commands
    1. Open MicroWorlds and click on Free Mode

    2. Take out a pencil and finish the handout: Commands, Commands, & More Commands

    3. Let me know when you are finished!

    4. Create a working Drawing APP using PD, CG, SetH, SetC, and CG plus 2 other commands you just learned in the handout above.  You should have buttons for each of the commands above.

Day 1:  Commands, Commands, and More Commands
    1. Open MicroWorlds and click on Free Mode - then change the size to 600x800

    2. Take out a pencil and fill in your name at the top of this handout: Commands, Commands, & More Commands

    3. Complete the front and back of page 1 today and then save your project as Commands when the bell rings.

Day 68 (Tues.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Create a Web Story using Adobe Spark!  ... a Web Story is actually a web page that tells a story or displace information about a particular topic.  In this case it is Kindness.  Create a free account using your Google Account.  Start a Web Story (page) not a post or video.  Type Perseverance as the Title and your name as the subtitle then add a wonderful photo.  Continue and add a quote and picture about today's subtopic.
  3. Create a short story (8-10 seconds for each slide) about Perseverance:  Each slide has it own sub-theme:  Monday: Helping Your friends!
Day 67 (Monday): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Create a Web Story using Adobe Spark!  ... a Web Story is actually a web page that tells a story or displace information about a particular topic.  In this case it is Kindness.  Create a free account using your Google Account.  Start a Web Story (page) not a post or video.  Type Perseverance as the Title and your name as the subtitle then add a wonderful photo.  Continue and add a quote and picture about today's subtopic.
  3. Create a short story (8-10 seconds for each slide) about Perseverance:  Each slide has it own sub-theme:  Monday: Helping Your friends!
  4. Finish
  5. Have you taken the online Ignition Quiz?
  6. Continue:
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Day 66 (Fri.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Create a short story (8-10 seconds for each slide) about Loyalty:  Each slide has it own sub-theme:  Monday: Helping Your friends!
  3. Finish
  4. Have you taken the online Ignition Quiz?
  5. Continue:
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Day 64-65 (Wed., Thursday): TESTING Curriculum/Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Create a short story (8-10 seconds for each slide) about Loyalty:  Each slide has it own sub-theme:  Monday: Helping Your friends!
  3. Finish
  4. Continue:
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Day 62-63 (Mon.-Tue): TESTING Curriculum/Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Create a short story (8-10 seconds for each slide) about Loyalty:  Each slide has it own sub-theme:  Monday: Helping Your friends!
  3. Finish
  4. Continue:
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Day 61 (Fri.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Web Story using Adobe Spark! 
    - Add your Web-Story.... See others
  3. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  4. Start you NEW APP in Microworld-I Spy (Matching) 
    1. Video 1: Making a Matching APP
    2. Video 2: First Matching Page
    3. Video 3: Disney Theme Page
    4. Video 4: New Theme with 20 shapes instead of just 10!
  5. Submit - Matching Game
  6. Play others games
Day 60 (Thurs.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Web Story using Adobe Spark! 
  3. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  4. Start you NEW APP in Microworld-I Spy (Matching) 
    1. Video 1: Making a Matching APP
    2. Video 2: First Matching Page
    3. Video 3: Disney Theme Page
    4. Video 4: New Theme with 20 shapes instead of just 10!
Day 59 (Wed.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Web Story using Adobe Spark! 
  3. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  4. Start you NEW APP in Microworld-I Spy (Matching) 
    1. Video 1: Making a Matching APP
    2. Video 2: First Matching Page
    3. Video 3: Disney Theme Page
Day 58 (Tue.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Web Story using Adobe Spark! 
  3. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  4. Start you NEW APP in Microworld-I Spy (Matching) 
    1. Video 1: Making a Matching APP
    2. Video 2: First Matching Page
Day 1:  Matching
    1. Open MW and create a new project size 800x600

    2. Name this first page: STARTUP and then come up with a creative Title in a Large Textbox.

    3. Make an Instructions button using the announce command [find the matching pair]

    4. Draw a nice background behind thegame title (using Font, style, and size) **NOTE: freeze bg first if you are going to draw on it. 

    5. Create the credits text box at the bottom of the page with your name, copyright ©2017. (ALT + 0169)

    6. Create a button on this pagepresentationmode  nextpage or page1 

    7. Add a 2nd page then also add a transition for both the startup and page1
  1. Finished with your app? ... Finish ....
Day 57 (Mon.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Create a Web Story using Adobe Spark!  ... a Web Story is actually a web page that tells a story or displace information about a particular topic.  In this case it is Kindness.  Create a free account using your Google Account.  Start a Web Story (page) not a post or video.  Type Courage as the Title and your name as the subtitle then add a wonderful photo.  Continue and add a quote and picture about today's subtopic.
  3. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  4. Start you NEW APP in Microworld-I Spy (Matching) 
    1. Video 1: Making an I-Spy App
  1. Finished with your app? ... Finish ....
Day 54, 55, 56 (Tuesday, Wed. & Thur.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch this video first
  2. Watch Today's Video
  3. Continue your Google Doc and name it Self-Control
  4. .
  5. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  6. Bold and underline your answer. Add an Image to this document
  7. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  8. Continue your first APP in Microworld-I Spy (9 part series) 
    1. Video 1: Making an I-Spy App
    2. Video 2: Adding a Startup Page
    3. Video 3: Adding Points Part I
    4. Video 4: Points Part II
    5. Video 5: Making a Theme
    6. Video 6: Hiding Objects
    7. Video 7: Carring Point Forward
    8. Video 8: Adding Randomness!
    9. Video 9: Count Down Timmer
    10. Video10: Finished?  Post it Online!
  9. Finished with your app? ... Finish ....
Day 53 (Monday.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Start a NEW  Google Doc and name it Self-Control
  3. then type your name under the title (center both).
  4. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  5. Bold and underline your answer. No Image is necessary on this document
  6. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  7. Continue your first APP in Microworld-I Spy (9 part series) 
    1. Video 1: Making an I-Spy App
    2. Video 2: Adding a Startup Page
    3. Video 3: Adding Points Part I
    4. Video 4: Points Part II
    5. Video 5: Making a Theme
    6. Video 6: Hiding Objects
    7. Video 7: Carring Point Forward
    8. Video 8: Adding Randomness!
    9. Video 9: Count Down Timmer
  8. Finished with your app? ... Continue ....
Day 52 (Fri.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video

  2. Send/Submit to me your KINDNESS Web Story....    See others Kindness Web Story.... Others
  3. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  4. Continue your first APP in Microworld-I Spy (8 part series) 
    1. Video 1: Making an I-Spy App
    2. Video 2: Adding a Startup Page
    3. Video 3: Adding Points Part I
    4. Video 4: Points Part II
    5. Video 5: Making a Theme
    6. Video 6: Hiding Objects
    7. Video 7: Carring Point Forward
    8. Video 8: Adding Randomness!
    9. Video 9: Count Down Timmer
Day 51 (Thurs.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Web Story using Adobe Spark!  ... Add a PHOTO "Window" to your Web Story along with today's theme.
  3. Send/Submit to me your KINDNESS Web Story....    See others Kindness Web Story.... Others
  4. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  5. Continue your first APP in Microworld-I Spy (8 part series) 
    1. Video 1: Making an I-Spy App
    2. Video 2: Adding a Startup Page
    3. Video 3: Adding Points Part I
    4. Video 4: Points Part II
    5. Video 5: Making a Theme
    6. Video 6: Hiding Objects
    7. Video 7: Carring Point Forward
    8. Video 8: Adding Randomness!
Day 50 (Wed.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Web Story using Adobe Spark!  ... Add a PHOTO Grid to your Web Story along with today's theme.
  3. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  4. Continue your first APP in Microworld-I Spy (7 part series) 
    1. Video 1: Making an I-Spy App
    2. Video 2: Adding a Startup Page
    3. Video 3: Adding Points Part I
    4. Video 4: Points Part II
    5. Video 5: Making a Theme
    6. Video 6: Hiding Objects
    7. Video 7: Carring Point Forward
Day 49 (Tue.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Web Story using Adobe Spark!  ... Add a PHOTO GLIDE to your Web Story along with today's theme.
  3. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  4. Continue your first APP in Microworld-I Spy (7 part series) 
    1. Video 1: Making an I-Spy App
    2. Video 2: Adding a Startup Page
    3. Video 3: Adding Points Part I
    4. Video 4: Points Part II
    5. Video 5: Making a Theme
    6. Video 6: Hiding Objects
    7. Video 7: Carring Point Forward
Day 48 (Mon.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Create a Web Story using Adobe Spark!  ... a Web Story is actually a web page that tells a story or displace information about a particular topic.  In this case it is Kindness.  Create a free account using your Google Account.  Start a Web Story (page) not a post or video.  Type Kindness as the Title and your name as the subtitle then add a wonderful photo.  Continue and add a quote and picture about today's subtopic.
  3. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  4. Continue your first APP in Microworld-I Spy (7 part series) 
    1. Video 1: Making an I-Spy App
    2. Video 2: Adding a Startup Page
    3. Video 3: Adding Points Part I
    4. Video 4: Points Part II
    5. Video 5: Making a Theme
    6. Video 6: Hiding Objects
    7. Video 7: Carring Point Forward
Day 47 (Fri.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Analyze the Google FORM named Good Sportsmanship and Create your next Question
  3. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  4. Continue your first APP in Microworld- 
    1. Video Tutorial: Adding a Startup page
    2. Video2 : Adding points
    3. Add a STARTUP screen with title, your name and START button
  5. Submission form Link1:  Take Each others Survey Link2

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Md-jwKF660zmfzjLN5ANn_lZ5p9e4ElTvGCcY6FJh50/edit?usp=sharing

Day 46 (Thurs.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue the Google FORM named Good Sportsmanship and Create your next Question
  3. Make your 6th questions today. What is the number 1 way you like to spend your time (have fun)? Give 5-10 multiple choices.  Must include pictures.
  4. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  5. Continue your first APP in Microworld- 
    1. Video Tutorial: Adding a Startup page
    2. Add a STARTUP screen with title, your name and START button
  6. Submission form Link1:  Take Each others Survey Link2

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Md-jwKF660zmfzjLN5ANn_lZ5p9e4ElTvGCcY6FJh50/edit?usp=sharing

Day 45 (Wed.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue the Google FORM named Good Sportsmanship and Create your next Question
  3. Make your 4th and 5th questions today. Question 4 is:  Which of these are your favorite sports players? (If you don't know any, then change the question to ... Which of these are your favorite sports ______ (cars, fashion, movies, songs, phrases, companies, etc...)  Must include pictures.
  4. Question 5: On a scale from 1 to 10. How important is sports to you? (must be a linear Scale)
  5. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  6. Girls Can Change the World through Code: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFPg96gdPkc
  7. Start your first APP in Microworld- http://www.kidsbooks.com/answers/fun-for-all-hardcover-search-find
    1. Video Tutorial Link: Starting your APP
    2. Make 5 pages and import 5 different scenes (stamp FULL PAGE)
    3. Freeeze scenes
    4. Add transistions
    5. Add icons
    6. Resize icons
    7. Erase icons (eraser)
    8. Stamp icons (NOT full page)

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Md-jwKF660zmfzjLN5ANn_lZ5p9e4ElTvGCcY6FJh50/edit?usp=sharing

Day 44 (Tue.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue the Google FORM named Good Sportsmanship and Create your next Question
  3. Make your 2nd question in your form.  Ask a yes/no type question on honesty like have you ever been dishonest while playing a sport?  Ask a second question:
    You studied hard for a big test and made a sheet of notes to help you remember. You bring the sheet with you to the test, not knowing it is against the rules. After the test, you find out what you did is wrong. The penalty for breaking the test rules is an automatic "F". You only referred to your notes once. What do you do now?
    A.  Tell the teacher?
    B.  Leave things as they are?
    C.  ...
    D.  ...
  4. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  5. RESPECT Poster - Print in Color - Submit HERE: https://goo.gl/forms/RD8Elut2XNa42FfL2
  6. Watch today's Microworld- Making a Square Video
Day 43 (Mon.): Coding using MicroWorlds EX - What tools can you use to make a great app?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Create a Google FORM named Good Sportsmanship and Create your 1st question
  3. What is your favorite sports team? (5 choices)
  4. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  5. What Most Schools Don't Teach: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKIu9yen5nc
  6. What is MicroWorlds?  Let get started Coding!
  7. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Md-jwKF660zmfzjLN5ANn_lZ5p9e4ElTvGCcY6FJh50/edit?usp=sharing
Day 42 (Thurs.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Finish and print your Google Drawing named RESPECT .
  3. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  4. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  5. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  6. Log into your Weebly.com account.
  7. Finish in order these 3 videos to complete your Weebly Website
    1. Video #1  Setup your Weebly account, choose a design template, and create your web pages.
    2. Video #2  Convert and insert Newspaper and campaign web pages to your Weebly Website
    3. Video #3  Export PowToon commercial to your Weebly Website
  8. Submit URL: https://goo.gl/forms/8pu0sBNPXOgAz1i33
  9. Work on
Day 41 (Wed.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Google Drawing named RESPECT .
  3. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  4. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  5. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  6. Log into your Weebly.com account.
  7. Finish in order these 3 videos to complete your Weebly Website
    1. Video #1  Setup your Weebly account, choose a design template, and create your web pages.
    2. Video #2  Convert and insert Newspaper and campaign web pages to your Weebly Website
    3. Video #3  Export PowToon commercial to your Weebly Website
  8. Submit URL: https://goo.gl/forms/8pu0sBNPXOgAz1i33
  9. Work on
Day 40 (Tue.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Google Drawing named RESPECT .
  3. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  4. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  5. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  6. Log into your Weebly.com account.
  7. Finish in order these 3 videos to complete your Weebly Website
    1. Video #1  Setup your Weebly account, choose a design template, and create your web pages.
    2. Video #2  Convert and insert Newspaper and campaign web pages to your Weebly Website
    3. Video #3  Export PowToon commercial to your Weebly Website
  8. Submit URL: https://goo.gl/forms/8pu0sBNPXOgAz1i33
  9. Work on
Day 39 (Monday.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Start your Google Drawing named RESPECT .
  3. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  4. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  5. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  6. Log into your Weebly.com account.
  7. Finish in order these 3 videos to complete your Weebly Website
    1. Video #1  Setup your Weebly account, choose a design template, and create your web pages.
    2. Video #2  Convert and insert Newspaper and campaign web pages to your Weebly Website
    3. Video #3  Export PowToon commercial to your Weebly Website
  8. Submit URL: https://goo.gl/forms/8pu0sBNPXOgAz1i33
  9. Work on
Day 38 (Friday.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Google Doc named Leadership Traits .
  3. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  4. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  5. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  6. Log into your Weebly.com account.
  7. Watch in order these 3 videos to complete your Weebly Website
    1. Video #1  Setup your Weebly account, choose a design template, and create your web pages.
    2. Video #2  Convert and insert Newspaper and campaign web pages to your Weebly Website
    3. Video #3  Export PowToon commercial to your Weebly Website
  8. Submit URL: https://goo.gl/forms/8pu0sBNPXOgAz1i33
  9. Work on
Day 37 (Thurs.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Google Doc named Leadership Traits .
  3. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  4. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  5. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  6. Log into your Weebly.com account.
  7. Watch in order these 3 videos to complete your Weebly Website
    1. Video #1  Setup your Weebly account, choose a design template, and create your web pages.
    2. Video #2  Convert and insert Newspaper and campaign web pages to your Weebly Website
    3. Video #3  Export PowToon commercial to your Weebly Website
Day 36 (Wed.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Google Doc named Leadership Traits .
  3. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  4. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  5. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  6. Work on

    Module3-The Viral World
    Terms to Know:

    1. Computer Viruses
      • Encrypted website: https
      • download free software?
      • malware- malicious software
      • spyware- tracks your every move
    2. Identity Theft
      • Limit amount of personal info
      • Change Password often
      • No friend request from people you don't know
    3. Online Profiles
      • Random Usernames
      • Don't Sharing personal info
      • Password with Upper letters, #'s  & Symbols
      • Customize privacy settings
    4. Digital Addiction & Technology Overuse
      • Don't substitute face-to-face communication
      • Cutting back on your time?
    E-Class Discussion Questions:

    1. What kinds of risks can come with using technology? How can people reduce those risks, especially when it comes to protecting their privacy and online identities?

    2. Is it possible to spend too much time with technology? What signs might indicate that someone is overusing technology?

    3. How can people keep their technology use in check?
Day 35 (Tue.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Google Doc named Leadership Traits .
  3. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  4. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  5. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  6. Work on

    Module3-The Viral World
    Terms to Know:

    1. Computer Viruses
      • Encrypted website: https
      • download free software?
      • malware- malicious software
      • spyware- tracks your every move
    2. Identity Theft
      • Limit amount of personal info
      • Change Password often
      • No friend request from people you don't know
    3. Online Profiles
      • Random Usernames
      • Don't Sharing personal info
      • Password with Upper letters, #'s  & Symbols
      • Customize privacy settings
    4. Digital Addiction & Technology Overuse
      • Don't substitute face-to-face communication
      • Cutting back on your time?
    E-Class Discussion Questions:

    1. What kinds of risks can come with using technology? How can people reduce those risks, especially when it comes to protecting their privacy and online identities?

    2. Is it possible to spend too much time with technology? What signs might indicate that someone is overusing technology?

    3. How can people keep their technology use in check?
Day 34 (Mon.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Google Doc named Leadership Traits .
  3. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  4. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  5. Image result for typing.com finish a lesson today and take the test at the end.
  6. Work on

    Module3-The Viral World
    Terms to Know:

    1. Computer Viruses
      • Encrypted website: https
      • download free software?
      • malware- malicious software
      • spyware- tracks your every move
    2. Identity Theft
      • Limit amount of personal info
      • Change Password often
      • No friend request from people you don't know
    3. Online Profiles
      • Random Usernames
      • Don't Sharing personal info
      • Password with Upper letters, #'s  & Symbols
      • Customize privacy settings
    4. Digital Addiction & Technology Overuse
      • Don't substitute face-to-face communication
      • Cutting back on your time?
    E-Class Discussion Questions:

    1. What kinds of risks can come with using technology? How can people reduce those risks, especially when it comes to protecting their privacy and online identities?

    2. Is it possible to spend too much time with technology? What signs might indicate that someone is overusing technology?

    3. How can people keep their technology use in check?
Day 33 (Fri.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Google Doc named Leadership Traits
  3. then continue journaling today's journal.
  4. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  5. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  6. Image result for typing.com
                         Usernamestudent#.7
                         Passwordstudent#
  7. Begin working on your campaign commercial in PowToon
  8. Start your Discussion Answer:

    Module2-Wireless Communications
    Terms to Know:

    1. Phone Plans
      • Location Based Services - $$
      • ICE (In case of Emergency) Contact
      • Roaming Fees
      • Interference/Dead Zone/Weak Signal
    2. How a Cell Phone Works
      • Cell Towers - Ground - Cell Tower
    3. Responsible Texting Practices
      • Distracted driving is dangerous
      • No TEXTING and driving
    4. Wireless Communication
      • Sharing Pictures - Going Viral
      • Hitting SEND? SEXTING - Child Porn?
    E-Class Discussion Questions:

    1. Is owning a cell phone a big responsibility? How can people be more responsible with using or paying for their phones?

    2. What are the dangers of using a cell phone while driving?
     
    3. What can people do—either as passengers or drivers—to prevent texting while driving?
  9. continue your commercial in:
Day 32 (Wed. & Thurs.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Continue your Google Doc named Leadership Traits
  3. then continue journaling today's journal.
  4. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  5. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  6. Image result for typing.com
                         Usernamestudent#.7
                         Passwordstudent#
  7. Begin working on your campaign commercial in PowToon
  8. Start your Discussion Answer:

  9. 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?
     

Module2-Wireless Communications
Terms to Know:

  1. Phone Plans
    • Location Based Services - $$
    • ICE (In case of Emergency) Contact
    • Roaming Fees
    • Interference/Dead Zone/Weak Signal
  2. How a Cell Phone Works
    • Cell Towers - Ground - Cell Tower
  3. Responsible Texting Practices
    • Distracted driving is dangerous
    • No TEXTING and driving
  4. Wireless Communication
    • Sharing Pictures - Going Viral
    • Hitting SEND? SEXTING - Child Porn?
E-Class Discussion Questions:

1. Is owning a cell phone a big responsibility? How can people be more responsible with using or paying for their phones?

2. What are the dangers of using a cell phone while driving?
 
3. What can people do—either as passengers or drivers—to prevent texting while driving?
Day 31 (Tues.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Start a NEW  Google Doc and name it Leadership Traits
  3. then type your name under the title (center both).
  4. Copy the Choice question and then answer it in your video and then also paste into your journal
  5. Bold and underline your answer. Also add an image.
  6. Image result for typing.com
                         Usernamestudent#.7
                         Passwordstudent#
Day 30 (Fri.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Take the POST TEST.
  3.  Watch this video: https://edpuzzle.com/media/58a7057b0da3df3e0a7ce86b
  4. Bring me the sheet for a treat when you are finished!
  5. Open your Microsoft Publisher App if you are still not finished (see instructions below)
  6. Begin working on your campaign commercial in PowToon
  7. Today you create a 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!

 


Finished?  ....
Day 29 (Thurs.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Today you create a 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!

 


Finished?  ....

Module2-Wireless Communications
Terms to Know:

  1. Phone Plans
    • Location Based Services - $$
    • ICE (In case of Emergency) Contact
    • Roaming Fees
    • Interference/Dead Zone/Weak Signal
  2. How a Cell Phone Works
    • Cell Towers - Ground - Cell Tower
  3. Responsible Texting Practices
    • Distracted driving is dangerous
    • No TEXTING and driving
  4. Wireless Communication
    • Sharing Pictures - Going Viral
    • Hitting SEND? SEXTING - Child Porn?
E-Class Discussion Questions:

1. Is owning a cell phone a big responsibility? How can people be more responsible with using or paying for their phones?

2. What are the dangers of using a cell phone while driving?
 
3. What can people do—either as passengers or drivers—to prevent texting while driving?
Day 28 (Wed.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Today you create a 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!

 


Finished?  ....
Day 27 (Tues.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Today you create a 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!

 


Finished?  ....
Day 26 (Mon.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Today you create a 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!

 

Day 25 (Thurs.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Today you create a 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

 

Day 24 (Wed.): Campaign Website Work - What could you do to make Crews better?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Today you create a 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

 

Day 23 (Tuesday): Campaign Website Work - Day 2
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Today you create a 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

 

Day 22 (Monday): Campaign Website Work - Day 1
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. 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 21 (Fri.): Last Day to work on Newspaper Videos & Ignition - Choosing a Computer
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3.  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

  4. 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
    Finished with 1st Module? Start Future Goals
Day 20 (Thurs.): Last Day to work on Newspaper Videos & Ignition - Choosing a Computer
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3.  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

  4. 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?
     
Day 19 (Wednesday): Intro to Ignition
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3.  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
  4. Start:
  5. 7a Class Code:  e824ba87
  6. 7B Class Code:  f2a238a6 
    1. 7a: username: studentnumber
    2.        password: crews807  new password: crews1
    3. 7b: username: studentnumber
    4.        password: crews807  new password: crews1
Day 18 (Tuesday): Work on Newspaper Videos
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3.  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

 

Created 1998-2015,  Roderick Hames                         Crews Middle School

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

 
Day 17 (Monday): Work on Newspaper Videos
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and take  Type for 5-10 minutes.
  3.  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
  4. No need to print.  You have earned free time today.  Please show the sub your finished newspaper.  GREAT JOB!
Day 16 (Friday): Keyboarding + Work on Newspapers
  1. Finish ALL 3 articles articles in Google and then print them.
  2. Open Google Drive Account and finish writing your 1st, 2nd, or 3rd article.
  3. Watch Today's Video
  4. Open MicroType and take  the test over H & E and record it in your Google Sheet
  5.  **Bonus Instructional Video - Newspaper - TOP
  6. Finished?  Insert your first article into your newspaper... see Bonus video Newspaper - Insert from Google
  7. Now continue working on inserting the other 2 articles from your Google Doc
  8. Bonus LAST Step - Newspaper - Word Search
Day 15 (Thursday): Keyboarding + Work on Newspapers
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and complete the next Lesson in microtype
  3. Open Google Drive Account and finish writing your 1st, 2nd, or 3rd article.
  4.  **Bonus Instructional Video - Newspaper - TOP
  5. Finished?  Insert your first article into your newspaper... see Bonus video Newspaper - Insert from Google
  6. Now continue working on inserting the other 2 articles from your Google Doc
 
Day 14 (Wednesday): Keyboarding + Work on Newspapers
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and complete the next Lesson in microtype
  3.  **Bonus Instructional Video - Newspaper - TOP
  4. Continue working on your newspaper and open Microsoft Publisher using the video link above as instructions.
  5. Open Google Drive Account and finish writing your 1st, 2nd, or 3rd article.
  6. Finished?  Insert your first article into your newspaper... see video Newspaper - Insert from Google
 
Day 13 (Tuesday): Keyboarding + Work on Newspapers
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 3 or 4
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Continue working on your newspaper
  5. Open Google Drive Account and Title:
  6. Newspaper
  7. 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 12 (Monday): Keyboarding + Work on Newspapers
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 3 or 4
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Continue working on your newspaper
  5. 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 11: Keyboarding + Work on Newspapers
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 3 or 4
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Today you will follow along on the screen as I demonstrate the following skills:
    1. Add Word Art Title
    2. Add Line below your Newspaper
    3. Create Text Boxes for the following:  Date, Cost, Connection#, Editor, and Tag Line
  5.  **Bonus Instructional Video - Word Art
 
Day10: Keyboarding + Into to Newspapers
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 2 or 3
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App
  4. Today you will follow along on the screen as I demonstrate the following skills:
    1. Change page Margins
    2. Add Page Border
  5.  **Bonus Instructional Video - Learning How to Start the Newspaper
 
Day9: Keyboarding + Into to Newspapers from Around the World
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 2 or 3
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 8 - 10 minutes
  3. Finish working on Google Typing Scores Sheet  done on Google Drive Account
  4. Be sure you have taken the Timed Writing for Homerow (4 times) and entered your scores.
  5. Insert Formulas for your Google Sheet **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
 
Day8: Finish Google Sheet: Typing Scores & take the Homerow Timed Writing
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 2 or 3
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 8 - 10 minutes
  3. Finish working on Google Typing Scores Sheet  done on Google Drive Account
  4. Be sure you have taken the Timed Writing for Homerow (4 times) and entered your scores.
  5. Insert Formulas for your Google Sheet **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
 
Day7: Finish Google Sheet: Typing Scores & take the Homerow Timed Writing
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 2 or 3
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 8 - 10 minutes
  3. Finish working on Google Typing Scores Sheet  done on Google Drive Account
  4. Take the Timed Writing for Homerow (4 times)
  5. Create a Line Graph of your Homerow Scores **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
 
Day6: Finish Google Sheet: Typing Scores
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 2
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 8 - 10 minutes
  3. Finish to work on Google Typing Scores Sheet  done on Google Drive Account
  4. **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
 
Day5: PepRally
  1. Enter Class and prepare to leave after roll is called
  2. Attend the PepRally
Day4: Finish Writing a concise business letter & Start Typing Scores Google Sheet
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake, and correct name pronunciation and a warm greeting
  2. Watch Today's Video
  3. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 1
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 10 - 15 minutes
  4. Finish to work on Letter-Mr.Hames  done on Google Drive Account
  5. **BonusInstructional Video- Google Sheets
Videos on Typing:
  How to Type.mp4  9 Jan - 9 Jan 82%
  Whiz Kid Typist.mp4  10 Jan - 10 Jan 76%
  keyboarding-history  12 Jan - 12 Jan 82%
  Keyboarding Technique.mp4  13 Jan - 13 Jan 79%
  Fastest Typist- Ultimate Typing Championship Final 2010 By Das Keyboard.mp4  17 Jan - 17 Jan 82%
  Musical-typing
Day3: Introduce Video Subscription & Microtype 5
  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 
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake, and correct name pronunciation and a warm greeting
  2. Register for Google Drive Account
  3. Continue to work on Letter-Mr.Hames  done on Google Drive Account
  4. Learn how to split screen into two screens
  5. Turn in Syllabus signed
  6. Bring Earbuds in for class (*required)
 
Day1: Writing a concise business letter
  1. Introductions and class seating arranged
  2. Work on Day1 letter to Mr. Hames  
  3. Register for Google Drive Account
  4. Take Syllabus home to be signed
  5. Remind students to bring in Earbuds for class (*required)
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