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Leadership Character Quality of the Week:
Honesty


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Activity Video 1:  https://edpuzzle.com/media/5c12ed2ffb4c05405663a80c
Assignment Video 2:
https://edpuzzle.com/media/5c12ed2cdb5008408a17daac


Quiz
 

SPG Test Session (Part 1): ZE2CE9


Step 1:  Log in with link above.  Step 2: Click on Link below for your part 2 class SPG:
 7a-SPG Test Session II (Part 2)
BONUS LEVEL:
Alternate
Dec. 13(Thursday): Python Coding?  What is it and how do I learn to use it?
  1. Lesson 4: Functions
    def circle1():
         for i in range(4):
                 t.circle(50)
                 t.rt(90)


    circle1()
    Login to:
    1. Open a new Trinket - name it Functions
    2. import a turtle and name it.
    3. Create 4 different circle functions and an input question.
      1. Function Video: https://edpuzzle.com/media/5c0feab6b3a801406b3bfe50
      2. ------
      3. Part II: Spirographs: https://edpuzzle.com/media/5c10381cb3a801406b3f6b0d
      4. Part III: Setting Turtle as the Image - Thanks AbbyGale!
      5. Part IV: Background colors and imagess- Thank you AbbyGale!!
      6. Share your work with me atShare your work with me at rod@MrHames.org

 


 
Dec. 10, 2018 - Monday Python Coding?  What is it and how do I learn to use it?
  1. Lesson 3: Loops
    for i in range(4):
        t.fd(50)
        t.rt(90)
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    1. Open a new Trinket - name it Loops or Polygons
    2. Import a turtle and name it.
    3. Using the for loop, create the following sided objects: 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10 using different colors and sizes.
      1. Video Assignment: Loops - Polygons Video
      2. Bonus: Background colors and images - Thank you AbbyGale!
      3. Share your work with me at Rod@MrHames.org
  2. Keyboarding MicroType - Bonus Work

 

 
Introduction to Python Video: https://edpuzzle.com/media/5c070b28d4c7034080d744b4
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()


Activity 1:
  1. Today's Video Assignment: https://edpuzzle.com/media/59efb4f74dcb1c40db33f2d4
  2. Login to:

Activiyty II

  1. Share your Christmas App with rod@MrHames.org
  2. Open a NEW Trinket and watch today's video to make a Smily Face.
  3. https://edpuzzle.com/media/5acd04e6bf98d5410666189b

See Katie's great example: https://trinket.io/python/0db039f366?e=1

Lesson 2: Continued
t.rt()
t.bk()
t.pd()
t.width()
t.speed()
t.write("")
t.hideturtle()
t.showturtle()
t.hideturtle()
t.showturtle()

 

And the Finalists are:
7a
Bryan https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/260738561/
Yuwei https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/265299433/
Noah https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/262565100/
Catalina https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/267013565/
Abel https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/265527324/
Arzoo https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/264385127/
Aryan https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/265628567/
7b
Jared https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/266696514/
Cole https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/266615850/
Kyler https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/266618168/
Alejandra
https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/266617017/
Benjamin
https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/266620518/
Oyin https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/262831074/
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?
 
Zaxby's Gaming/App Challenge
Add your Game Here: https://goo.gl/forms/YIU1l8vHwZ4fZdkY2
 
Directions: Create a NEW App that MUST be an original from SCRATCH game/app.  NO Remix games allowed.
Finished your CS-First Game Apps?  Take the Google CS-First Scratch Test-

Username: firstnamelastname67
Password:  student#

Not finished?  Save for later

Zaxby's Rubric

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 (? background music?)

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 etc...?

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

 
Our Past Winners were (2017-18):
7a:
Carson Coe Zaxby's RBI Baseball 90/15 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/187206332/
Bryson Handy Jetpack Jake 45/8 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/188986504/
Taylor Jones Pong 35/9 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/189285102/
Arshan Kadri The Real Zaxby's Challenge 85/11 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/190533907/
Timothy Nguyen Hungry Snake 11/3 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/188847352/
Zaid Hashmi Fish Eating Competition 46/12 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/187200690/


7b:
Andrew Niewman AZG 41/9 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/186469142/
Macade Allen Space Defender X 49/11 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/187222581/
Noa Blackshire Castle Defender 94/19 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/189599464
Adam Baig SURVIVE 117/27 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/186944019/
Katherine Boaitey Underwater Fun 105/16 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/188054045/
Abbygale Smith Cosmix 121/27 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/189004304/
*Joseph Townsend Winner's Duel 79/12 https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/189004149/
Day 57: Thur./Fri. - 11/15-16/18 - Coding - SCRATCH - Google's CS First

 


 




Spotlight Game: Armondo Paz


DON'T log in using Google Acct!
7a-D45KNH
7b
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Write your name on cover of the book.

Day 54: Mon. 11/5/18 - Coding - SWIFT - Day 9 (Review & Quiz)
  1. Take the SWIFT Quiz online
    username: firstNameLastname67
    password: yourStudentNumber
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3.   - STUDY GUIDE: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18BrfnsmeTW87gDKzDG9ngBOlfYTFAmK7rINql9kBHUI/edit?usp=sharing
  4. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one

Day 53: Thur/Friday. 11/1-2/18 - Coding - SWIFT - Day 8
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. using on your assigned I-Pad
  4. SWIFT - STUDY GUIDE: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18BrfnsmeTW87gDKzDG9ngBOlfYTFAmK7rINql9kBHUI/edit?usp=sharing

Day 53: Wed. 10/31/18 - Coding - SWIFT - Day 7
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. using on your assigned I-Pad
  4. SWIFT - STUDY GUIDE: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18BrfnsmeTW87gDKzDG9ngBOlfYTFAmK7rINql9kBHUI/edit?usp=sharing

Day 52: Tue. 10/30/18 - Coding - SWIFT - Day 6
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. using on your assigned I-Pad

Day 50: Mon. 10/29/18 - Coding - SWIFT - Day 5
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. using on your assigned I-Pad

Day 49: Fri. 10/26/18 - Coding - SWIFT - Day 4
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. using on your assigned I-Pad

Day 47: Wed. & Thursday 10/24-25/18 - Coding - SWIFT - Day 3
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. using on your assigned I-Pad

Day 46: Tue. 10/23/18 - Coding - SWIFT - Day 2
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. Part I on your assigned I-Pad

Day 45: Mon. 10/22/18 - Coding - SWIFT
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. Start Part I on your assigned I-Pad

Day 44: Thur. 10/18/18 - Coding HTML - HTML/CSS Coding?  What is it and how do I learn it?
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. Start

Day 43: Wed. 10/17/18 - Coding HTML - HTML/CSS Coding?  What is it and how do I learn it?
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. Start

Day 42: Tues. 10/16/18 - Coding HTML - HTML/CSS Coding?  What is it and how do I learn it?
  1. Take the HTML Basics Quiz
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one

Day41: Mon. 10/15/18 - Coding HTML - HTML/CSS Coding?  What is it and how do I learn it?
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. Review for Quiz tomorrow
  4. Continue your work on HTML in Khanacademy

Day39: Thur. 10/11/18 - Coding - HTML/CSS Coding?  What is it and how do I learn it?
  1. Finish the lesson you are currently on in Microtype and start the next one
  2. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  3. Review HTML Basics Sheet
  4. Continue your work on HTML in Khanacademy

Day38: Wed. 10/10/18 - Coding - HTML/CSS Coding?  What is it and how do I learn it?
  1. Visit from Mrs. Neiwman, Software Engineer

Day37: Tue. 10/9/18 - Introduction to Coding - HTML/CSS Coding?  What is it and how do I learn it?
  1. Watch Today's Tech. Video and take the quiz.
  2. Continue your work on HTML in Khanacademy

Day36: Wed. 10/3/18 - Introduction to Coding - HTML/CSS Coding?  What is it and how do I learn it?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Video: Khan Academy Setup Video - How to Setup the Khan Academy HTML/CSS Coding Challege
  3. To Join my class just Click: 
    1. 7a118: JOIN 7A Class

    2.                                 7B118: Join 7B Class

  1. Open MicroType and complete Next Lesson
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
  2. - Finish and let me know when you are done.
Day35: Tuesday 10/2/18 - Introduction to Coding - HTML/CSS Coding?  What is it and how do I learn it?
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Video: Khan Academy Setup Video - How to Setup the Khan Academy HTML/CSS Coding Challege
  3. To Join my class just Click: 
    1. 7a118: https://www.khanacademy.org/join/ECSSJBYN
       7a "HTML/CSS" Students Join 7a Class: 7a Code:ECSSJBYN








    2. 7B118: https://www.khanacademy.org/join/VXVNE5GG
      7b "HTML/CSS" students
      Join 7B Class: 7b Code:VXVNE5GG
  4. Open MicroType and complete Next Lesson
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
  5. - Finish and let me know when you are done.
Day35: Monday 10/1/18 Introduction to Coding - HTML/CSS Coding?  What is it and how do I learn it?
  1. Watch Today's Video
 
Day33,34: Monday + Tuesday & Thursday (A/B Day) 9/24/18- Leadership Campaign Website Work
  1. Log into your students.weebly.com account.
    1. Username:  student#.7
    2. Password:    student#.a
  2. Using Powtoon, Create a Video Commercial for your campaign.
    1. Requirements:  Must be 30 sec. minimum but no longer 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.
  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 - including your Newspaper!
    3. Video #3 - How to insert the commercial into your campaign website - 
    4. Video #4 - Send URL Link via Google Form for grading
    5. URL Weebly Submission - https://goo.gl/forms/tBtf8TDl5UfAtmyi1
 
Day32: Thurs.&Friday (B Day) 9/20-21/18- Leadership Campaign Website Work
  1. Work on Ignition
  2. Username: student#.7
  3. Password: crews67
  4. Open Google Drive Account - Make a NEW Doc. called: Cooperation
  5. Open your Microsoft Publisher App on the Tower Computer
  6. Continue your Campaign Website as you run for SGA (Student Government Association) President
    1. 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
    2. 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
    3. BONUS:  Sponsors Page
      1. Title: Sponsors
      2. Company Name - Make it up!
      3. Company Slogan - Make it up!
      4. Graphic - Add Cool graphic!
        1. Example:  Not Chick-fil-A but Burger-fil-B, Slogan: Eat more Burgers!, Graphic: a Delicious hamburger!
      5. Add at least 3 companies to this page
      6. At the bottom of the page Say:  Support our Sponsors!
    1. How to Setup your Powtoon account VIDEO - or Alex's Supporting Video
    2. Using Powtoon, Create a Video Commercial for your campaign.
      1. Requirements:  Must be 30 sec. minimum but no longer 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.

Character / Leadership Quality of the Week: 

Cooperation


https://edpuzzle.com/media/55e83ef2ecc6fdd65f6f401e
EQ: What inspires people to join others?  Have you ever had to take a risk to accomplish a group goal?

Choices:  Your teammates constantly bicker and are not playing well.  You have recently joined the team and you are its youngest member.  How can you help your team?

Day31: Wed. (A/B Day) 9/19/18- Leadership Campaign Website Work
  1. Open Google Drive Account - Make a NEW Doc. called: Cooperation
  2. Print Your NEWSPAPER!
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App on the Tower Computer
  4. Continue your Campaign Website as you run for SGA (Student Government Association) President
    1. 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
    2. 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
    3. BONUS:  Sponsors Page
      1. Title: Sponsors
      2. Company Name - Make it up!
      3. Company Slogan - Make it up!
      4. Graphic - Add Cool graphic!
        1. Example:  Not Chick-fil-A but Burger-fil-B, Slogan: Eat more Burgers!, Graphic: a Delicious hamburger!
      5. Add at least 3 companies to this page
      6. At the bottom of the page Say:  Support our Sponsors!
    1. How to Setup your Powtoon account VIDEO - or Alex's Supporting Video
    2. Using Powtoon, Create a Video Commercial for your campaign.
      1. Requirements:  Must be 30 sec. minimum but no longer 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.
Day30: Tue. (A Day) 9/18/18- Leadership Campaign Website Work
  1. Open Google Drive Account - Make a NEW Doc. called: Cooperation
  2. Print Your NEWSPAPER!
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App on the Tower Computer
  4. Continue your Campaign Website as you run for SGA (Student Government Association) President
    1. 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
    2. 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
    3. BONUS:  Sponsors Page
      1. Title: Sponsors
      2. Company Name - Make it up!
      3. Company Slogan - Make it up!
      4. Graphic - Add Cool graphic!
        1. Example:  Not Chick-fil-A but Burger-fil-B, Slogan: Eat more Burgers!, Graphic: a Delicious hamburger!
      5. Add at least 3 companies to this page
      6. At the bottom of the page Say:  Support our Sponsors!
    1. How to Setup your Powtoon account VIDEO - or Alex's Supporting Video
    2. Using Powtoon, Create a Video Commercial for your campaign.
      1. Requirements:  Must be 30 sec. minimum but no longer 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.
Day29: Monday (A/B Day) 9/17/18- Leadership Campaign Website Work
  1. Open Google Drive Account - Make a NEW Doc. called: Cooperation
  2. Print Your NEWSPAPER!
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App on the Tower Computer
  4. Continue your Campaign Website as you run for SGA (Student Government Association) President
    1. 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
    2. 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
    3. BONUS:  Sponsors Page
      1. Title: Sponsors
      2. Company Name - Make it up!
      3. Company Slogan - Make it up!
      4. Graphic - Add Cool graphic!
        1. Example:  Not Chick-fil-A but Burger-fil-B, Slogan: Eat more Burgers!, Graphic: a Delicious hamburger!
      5. Add at least 3 companies to this page
      6. At the bottom of the page Say:  Support our Sponsors!
    1. Setup your Powtoon account - Supporting Video
    2. Using Powtoon, Create a Video Commercial for your campaign.
      1. Requirements:  Must be 30 sec. minimum but no longer 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.
Day28: Friday (B Day) 9/14/18- Leadership Campaign Website Work
  1. Open Google Drive Account - Make a NEW Doc. called: Cooperation
  2. Print Your NEWSPAPER!
  3. Open your Microsoft Publisher App on the Tower Computer
  4. Continue your Campaign Website as you run for SGA (Student Government Association) President
    1. Video: Cover Page Requirement Video: Select Page size: 6x5 with Zero margins on ALL sides
      1. Create the first page with your name in WordArt
      2. Add one graphic image
      3. Add: What you are running for (President)
      4. Add: a campaign moto (Slogan)
      5. *Optional: Background or Border or Date to Vote
    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. Example:  Not Chick-fil-A but Burger-fil-B, Slogan: Eat more Burgers!, Graphic: a Delicious hamburger!
      5. Add at least 3 companies to this page
      6. At the bottom of the page Say:  Support our Sponsors!
    6. Open MicroType and Finish Next Lesson
      1. Must use correct fingers
      2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys

 

Character / Leadership Quality of the Week: 

Honesty


https://edpuzzle.com/media/55e83e63ecc6fdd65f6f3f83
EQ: How can you earn the trust of others?

Discuss: How can a person who has a history of lying regain the trust of others?

ChoiceA friend who usually tells the truth tells you a story that is so incredible it is hard to believe.  Another friend, who often lies, tells another version of the story which seems more normal and credible.  Who do you believe?  Why?

Day27: Thursday (B Day) 9/13/18- Leadership Campaign Website Work
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open your Microsoft Publisher App on the Tower Computer
  3. Continue your Campaign Website as you run for SGA (Student Government Association) President
    1. Video: Cover Page Requirement Video: Select Page size: 6x5 with Zero margins on ALL sides
      1. Create the first page with your name in WordArt
      2. Add one graphic image
      3. Add: What you are running for (President)
      4. Add: a campaign moto (Slogan)
      5. *Optional: Background or Border or Date to Vote
    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. Example:  Not Chick-fil-A but Burger-fil-B, Slogan: Eat more Burgers!, Graphic: a Delicious hamburger!
      5. Add at least 3 companies to this page
      6. At the bottom of the page Say:  Support our Sponsors!

 

Day26: Wed. (A/B Day) 9/12/18- I can understand beginning coding
  1. Watch Part II: BATMAN...The Technology Behind the Movie
  2. Watch in order these 3 videos to complete your Newspaper
    1. Video #1: Newspaper - TOP   Complete the top of your newspaper includes Name, date, slogan, etc...
    2. Video #2: Newspaper - Insert from Google  Inserting 3 articles into your newspaper from Google Docs.
    3. Video #3Newspaper - Word Search Complete the final step.  Insert a Word Search.
  3. Work on Ignition
  4. Username: student#.7
  5. Password: crews67

  6. 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
    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?
  7. Finished? Open MicroType and Finish Next Lesson
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys

Character / Leadership Quality of the Week: 

Honesty


 
EQ: How can you earn the trust of others?

Discuss: How can a person who has a history of lying regain the trust of others?

ChoiceA friend who usually tells the truth tells you a story that is so incredible it is hard to believe.  Another friend, who often lies, tells another version of the story which seems more normal and credible.  Who do you believe?  Why?

Day25: Tuesday (A Day) 9/11/18- Leadership Campaign Website Work - Day 2
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open your Microsoft Publisher App on the Tower Computer
  3. Continue your Campaign Website as you run for SGA (Student Government Association) President
    1. Video: Cover Page Requirement Video: Select Page size: 6x5 with Zero margins on ALL sides
      1. Create the first page with your name in WordArt
      2. Add one graphic image
      3. Add: What you are running for (President)
      4. Add: a campaign moto (Slogan)
      5. *Optional: Background or Border or Date to Vote
    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. Example:  Not Chick-fil-A but Burger-fil-B, Slogan: Eat more Burgers!, Graphic: a Delicious hamburger!
      5. Add at least 3 companies to this page
      6. At the bottom of the page Say:  Support our Sponsors!

 

Character / Leadership Quality of the Week: 

Honesty


https://edpuzzle.com/media/55e8e3b54e547ee3285ca23a
EQ: Why are we afraid at times to be truthful?

Discuss: Have you ever had something go wrong because you were afraid to tell the truth?

ChoiceYour best friend is being bullied and threatened at school.  She tells you not to let anyone know or she will never be your friend again.  What is the best way to handle this?  Keep her secret? Wait and see what happens?  Talk to an adult you trust?  Other? What is your choice and why?

Journal your answer in Google Docs.
Day24: Monday (A/B Day) 9/10/18- Leadership Campaign Website Work - Day 1
  1. Watch Today's Video
  2. Open your Microsoft Publisher App on the Tower Computer
  3. Continue your Campaign Website as you run for SGA (Student Government Association) President
    1. Video: Cover Page Requirement Video: Select Page size: 6x5 with Zero margins on ALL sides
      1. Create the first page with your name in WordArt
      2. Add one graphic image
      3. Add: What you are running for (President)
      4. Add: a campaign moto (Slogan)
      5. *Optional: Background or Border or Date to Vote

 

Character / Leadership Quality of the Week: 

Honesty

EQ: Is it okay to cheat or lie to reach a goal?

Discuss: Are the successful people you know truthful persons?  Are they persons who keep their promises?

Choice: You have just made friends with the most popular kid at school.  He/she asks you for the answers to a geometry quiz.  What do you do?

Journal your answer in Google Docs.
Created 1998-2015,  Roderick Hames                         Crews Middle School

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

Day22 & 23: Thursday & Friday (A/B Day) 9/6-7/18- Newspaper Articles - Design and Layout in Publisher
  1. Open Google Drive Account and print Word of the Day 2 Document adding a picture to each of the words. The picture MUST be "wrap text" and resized to fit on the right side of document next to your sentence.
  2. Watch in order these 3 videos to complete your Newspaper
    1. Video #1: Newspaper - TOP   Complete the top of your newspaper includes Name, date, slogan, etc...
    2. Video #2: Newspaper - Insert from Google  Inserting 3 articles into your newspaper from Google Docs.
    3. Video #3Newspaper - Word Search Complete the final step.  Insert a Word Search.
  3. Last 10 minutes of class...
  4. Take the Quiz on the video for today: https://edpuzzle.com Click Log In ; Log In as a Student ; Log in with Google
  5. Open MicroType and Finish Next Lesson
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
Day21: Wed. (A/B Day) 9/5/18- I can understand beginning coding
  1. Watch Part I: BATMAN...The Technology Behind the Movie
  2. Work on Ignition
  3. Username: student#.7
  4. Password: crews67

  5. 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
    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?
  6. Finished? Open MicroType and Finish Next Lesson
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys

Character / Leadership Quality of the Week: 

Honesty

EQ: Are "white lies" okay? Why? Why not?

Discuss: With which character do you relate?  Have you told a lie to save someone you know from being hurt by the truth?

Choice: You have promised your parents you won't do drugs, but today your friend asks you to a party where rumor has it that drugs will be there.  Your mom asks you what you did today.  What do you tell her?

Journal your answer in Google Docs.
Created 1998-2015,  Roderick Hames                         Crews Middle School

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

Day20: Tuesday (A Day) 9/4/18- Newspaper Articles - Design and Layout in Publisher
  1. Open Google Drive Account and print Word of the Day 2 Document adding a picture to each of the words. The picture MUST be "wrap text" and resized to fit on the right side of document next to your sentence.
  2. Watch in order these 3 videos to complete your Newspaper
    1. Video #1: Newspaper - TOP   Complete the top of your newspaper includes Name, date, slogan, etc...
    2. Video #2: Newspaper - Insert from Google  Inserting 3 articles into your newspaper from Google Docs.
    3. Video #3Newspaper - Word Search Complete the final step.  Insert a Word Search.
  3. Last 10 minutes of class...
  4. Take the Quiz on the video for today: https://edpuzzle.com Click Log In ; Log In as a Student ; Log in with Google
  5. Open MicroType and Finish Next Lesson
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
Day19: Friday (A/B Day) 8/31/18- Newspaper Articles
  1. Minute with Maxwell "Word of the Day 2" -
                      Path - https://edpuzzle.com/media/5b647424756244407ebb2a36   
  2. Open
  3. Wait for further Instructions...
  4. Take the Quiz on the video for today: https://edpuzzle.com Click Log In ; Log In as a Student ; Log in with Google
  5. Open Google Drive Account
  6. Finished? - Print Out the Newspaper Articles in Google Docs video
  7. Titled: Newspaper Articles
  8. (1st: Technology) (2nd: Sports) (3rd: Hobbies) (4th: Your Choice)
    1. Your Name
    2. 7a or 7b #
    3. {Center} Newspaper Articles

    Article Title

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

    • Who
    • What
    • When
    • Where
    • Why and/or How

      *Remember You must keep it 3rd Person (NOT 1st person: Never use "I," "me," "my," "we," "us," etc )
  9. Open MicroType and Finish Next Lesson
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
Day18: Thursday (B Day) 8/30/18- Microtype
  1. Minute with Maxwell "Word of the Day 2" -
                      Instinct - https://edpuzzle.com/media/5b647419756244407ebb2973  
  2. Open
  3. Wait for further Instructions...
  4. Take the Quiz on the video for today: https://edpuzzle.com Click Log In ; Log In as a Student ; Log in with Google
  5. Open Google Drive Account
  6. Titled: Newspaper Articles
  7. (1st: Technology) (2nd: Sports) (3rd: Hobbies) (4th: Your Choice)
    1. Your Name
    2. 7a or 7b #
    3. {Center} Newspaper Articles

    Article Title

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

    • Who
    • What
    • When
    • Where
    • Why and/or How

      *Remember You must keep it 3rd Person (NOT 1st person: Never use "I," "me," "my," "we," "us," etc )
  8. Open MicroType and Finish Next Lesson
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
Day18: Wed. (A/B Day) 8/29/18- I can understand beginning coding
  1. Minute with Maxwell "Word of the Day 2" - Maximum - https://edpuzzle.com/media/5b64741f610f0840722930e4
                  
  2. Work on Ignition
  3. Username: student#.7
  4. Password: crews67
  5. Change Password to crews1

    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
    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?
  6. Finished? Open MicroType and Finish Lesson 1
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
Day17: Tuesday (A Day) 8/28/18- Microtype
  1. Minute with Maxwell "Word of the Day 2" -
                      Instinct - https://edpuzzle.com/media/5b647419756244407ebb2973  
  2. Open
  3. Wait for further Instructions...
  4. Take the Quiz on the video for today: https://edpuzzle.com Click Log In ; Log In as a Student ; Log in with Google
  5. Open Google Drive Account
  6. Titled: Newspaper Articles
  7. (1st: Technology) (2nd: Sports) (3rd: Hobbies) (4th: Your Choice)
    1. Your Name
    2. 7a or 7b #
    3. {Center} Newspaper Articles

    Article Title

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

    • Who
    • What
    • When
    • Where
    • Why and/or How

      *Remember You must keep it 3rd Person (NOT 1st person: Never use "I," "me," "my," "we," "us," etc )
  8. Open MicroType and Finish Next Lesson
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
Day16: Monday (A/B Day) 8/27/18- Microtype
  1. Minute with Maxwell "Word of the Day 2" -
                      Having Fun - https://edpuzzle.com/media/5b64740d756244407ebb27db 
  2. Open
  3. Wait for further Instructions...
  4. Take the Quiz on the video for today: https://edpuzzle.com Click Log In ; Log In as a Student ; Log in with Google
  5. Open Google Drive Account
  6. Titled: Newspaper Articles
  7. (1st: Technology) (2nd: Sports) (3rd: Hobbies) (4th: Your Choice)
    1. Your Name
    2. 7a or 7b #
    3. {Center} Newspaper Articles

    Article Title

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

    • Who
    • What
    • When
    • Where
    • Why and/or How

      *Remember You must keep it 3rd Person (NOT 1st person: Never use "I," "me," "my," "we," "us," etc )
  8. Open MicroType and Finish Next Lesson
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
Day15: Friday (A/B Day) 8/24/18- Microtype
  1. Minute with Maxwell "Word of the Day 2" -
                      Goal Setting - https://edpuzzle.com/media/5b6474057fb4e64078a46280 
  2. Create a NEW document Google Doc
  3. Requirements:
    1. Name Top left
    2. 8a or 8b-##
    3. Center Title: Word of the Day 2 (change Font and Increased Size)
    4. Skip line an uncenter (Left Justified)
    5. Number your word of the Day
    6. Bold and Underline the word then hit - dash for the journal entry
  4. Open
  5. Wait for further Instructions...
  6. Take the Quiz on the video for today: https://edpuzzle.com Click Log In ; Log In as a Student ; Log in with Google
  7. Open Google Drive Account and Create a NEW document Google Doc
  8. Titled: Newspaper Articles
    1. Your Name
    2. 7a or 7b #
    3. {Center} Newspaper Articles

    Article Title

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

    • Who
    • What
    • When
    • Where
    • Why and/or How

      *Remember You must keep it 3rd Person (NOT 1st person: Never use "I," "me," "my," "we," "us," etc )
  9. Open MicroType and Finish Next Lesson
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
Day14: Thurs. (B Day) 8/23/18- I can create a Newspaper
  1.  "Word of the Day" - Focus - https://edpuzzle.com/media/5b647400610f084072293080
  2. Open
  3. Wait for further Instructions...
  4. Watch Typing Video & take quiz:  https://edpuzzle.com/join/fiijomo 
  5. Open MicroType and Finish Lesson 1
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys

  6. Print your Word of the Day Journal
    Part 1: Learning How to Start the Newspaper - Watch and do this short video tutorial.
  7. Part 2: Newspaper - TOP
  8. - Watch how to complete the top part of the newspaper
Day13: Wed. (A/B Day) 8/22/18- I can understand beginning coding
  1. Open
  2. Open MicroType and Finish Lesson 1
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
  3.  sketch your favorite fictional character. No need for accuracy or too much detail — just draw it quickly.
  4. Now, swap your drawing. Add something to your partner's drawing. This is remix in action!
  5. Navigate to a news web site

    Ask for suggestions for news site. Think about local newspapers, your school paper, or a national news site like The New York Times or The Guardian. Try to find websites that use a good amount of HTML, and not a lot of Javascript as it will be easier for your learners to remix.

     

  6. Change the text and swap in new images

    Try changing the headlines or rewriting some of the stories based on your fictional character. Edit some of the links and play with font size and color.

    Mouse over an image on the page and hit “R” / “Remix.” Then paste in the address/URL for your new image. To grab an image from Facebook or Instagram, you'll need to click into the post, then right-click and "Copy the Image Location".

  7. How to get X-Ray Goggles to work on my computer - video
  8. Lesson: Hack The News
Day12: Tuesday (A Day) 8/21/18- I can create a Newspaper
  1.  "Word of the Day" - Focus - https://edpuzzle.com/media/5b647400610f084072293080
  2. Open
  3. Wait for further Instructions...
  4. Part 1: Learning How to Start the Newspaper - Watch and do this short video tutorial.
  5. Part 2: Newspaper - TOP
  6. - Watch how to complete the top part of the newspaper

  7. Watch Typing Video & take quiz:  https://edpuzzle.com/join/behgalu
  8. 7B Class : https://edpuzzle.com/join/fiijomo
  9. Open MicroType and Finish Lesson 1
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
  10. Print your Word of the Day Journal
Day11: Monday (A/B Day) 8/20/18- Microtype
  1. Log in to Ipads & open Word of the Day document
  2. Minute with Maxwell "Word of the Day" - Encourage- https://edpuzzle.com/media/5b6473ee756244407ebb2640
  3. Open
  4. Wait for instructions.
  5. Newspapers from around the World - Visit at least one newspaper and write down 4 things you like about the look of the newspaper.  Your table should decide which 4 you will submit.
  6. Look at some Newspapers created by students in prior classes.
  7. Wait for further Instructions...
  8. Learning How to Start the Newspaper - Watch and do this short video tutorial.
  9. Open MicroType and Finish Lesson 1
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
Day10: Friday (A/B Day) 8/17/18- Microtype
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Log in to Ipads & open Word of the Day document
  3. Watch Today's Video  then Journal today's Minute with Maxwell- Word of the day!
     
    *NOTE: use the same document as yesterday the new word.  Create a seperate line for the new word.
  4. Open Image result for speed typing online
  5. Wait for instructions.
  6. Log onto the "Tower" computer in adjacent room and find then play tutorial Video on second screen
  7. Continue work on your 7th Grade letter to Mr. Hames  found in your Google Drive
    1. Add an image to your document (Make the image "wrap text")
    2. Anotate one or two words in each sentence that I should try and memorize or focus on in your letter.
    3. Print then sign the paper and put it on your "wall".
  8. Open MicroType and Finish Lesson 1
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 10 - 15 minutes

 

Day9: Thursday (B Day) 8/16/18- Microtype
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Log in to Ipads & open Word of the Day document
  3. Watch Today's Video  then Journal today's Minute with Maxwell- Word of the day!
     
    *NOTE: use the same document as yesterday the new word.  Create a seperate line for the new word.
  4. Open Image result for speed typing online
  5. Wait for instructions.
  6. Log onto the "Tower" computer in adjacent room and find then play tutorial Video on second screen
  7. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 1 (How to lesson: Microtype Video - Getting Started)
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 10 - 15 minutes
  8. Work on 7th Grade letter to Mr. Hames  by  opening a NEW Google Doc

 

Day8: Wednesday 8/15/18- SPG Test   BU3XY2
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Log in to Ipads & open EdPuzzle and watch today's word of the day with John Maxwell
  3. Journal what you think the author is trying to say about the word of the day.
  4. Complete the SPG Pre-test
Day7: Tuesday 8/14/18- MicroType Introduction. ( google classroom registration)
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Log in to Ipads & open Word of the Day document
  3. Watch Today's Video  then Journal today's Minute with Maxwell- Word of the day!
     
    *NOTE: use the same document as yesterday the new word.  Create a seperate line for the new word.
  4. Open Image result for speed typing online
  5. Wait for instructions.
  6. Log onto the "Tower" computer in adjacent room and find then play tutorial Video on second screen
  7. Open MicroType and complete Lesson 1 (How to lesson: Microtype Video - Getting Started)
    1. Must use correct fingers
    2. Must learn (memorize) homerow keys
    3. Practice for 10 - 15 minutes
  8. Work on 7th Grade letter to Mr. Hames  by  opening a NEW Google Doc

 

  1.   https://classroom.google.com/
  2. 7a-118 Class Code:   il4qksj
  3. 7b-118 Class Code:   bn38u6

 

Day6: Monday 8/13/18- MicroType Introduction. ( google classroom registration)
  1. Greet Teacher with eye contact, proper handshake.
  2. Log in to Ipads & open Procedures Doc. - be sure you annotated the document
  3. Register with EdPuzzle and watch today's word of the day with John Maxwell
  4. Create a new Google Document and explain what you learned
  5. Register with Image result for speed typing online

 

Day5: Friday 8/10/18- Journey Inside the Computer. (Substitute Teacher)
  1. Watch Video and answer questions.
Day4: B Day-Wednesday 8/9/18- Students can review and anotate syllabus and create a google document to type the notes of procedures for the class. (Note: 80 min. Block period)
  1. Sit in new assigned seats
  2. Take Roll/Take out:
    1. Ear Buds
    2. Profile Sheet
    3. Signed Syllabus
  3. Review yesterday and forcast for today:
  4. Review Procedures (Smart Board) Students take notes and prepare to type in Google Doc. on iPads
  5. Procedures:
    1. Come in single file quietly to be recognized at the door. 
      (No one enters if I am not in the room and until they are properly greeted)
    2. Go directly to your seat and follow the assignment on the screen.
    3. Listen for class to come to order (Clapping sound)
    4. Get earbuds out but NOT your devices
    5. After the 1st 5 minutes of class you can SIGN OUT the sheet to use the restroom or get water
    6. Wait to be excused from your table one table at a time to enter the lab.  Go directly to your computer not touching any one's station including their chair
    7. Raise you hand if you need help or would like to leave your seat.  You may not roam the room without permission.
    8. All papers are to be turned in to the wall closest to you.
    9. If you are finished with your work, do not simply play a game.  Work on your typing lessons or other unfinished work.
    10. Do NOT eat or drink any food around the computers.
    11. NEVER run in either of the two rooms.
  6. Demonstrate Use and Care of I-Pads
    1. Glass
    2. On/Off Buttons
    3. Bluetooth Keyboards Operation (on/off) Button
    4. Bluetooth Settings
      1. Bluetooth connections (forget?)
      2. wifi - GCPS moble vs Guest
    5. Chrome vs. Saffari
    6. MrHames.org / eClass link
    7. G-Suite (tied to eClass)
    8. Using Google Docs App on ipads
    9. Logout / Manage - remove account each day
  7. Open Google Doc to type Procedures Notes
Day3: Wed. 8/8/18- Students can measure their typing speed using the 5 word count method.
  1. Sit in new assigned seats
  2. Review and forcast for today
  3. Review Procedures Below
  4. Open Google Doc to type Procedures and Notes for the day
  5. Register with TypingPal.com to help student learn typing on the Ipads
  6. Open Google Doc. and Type Homerow card for a 1 minute timed test
    1. Record errors
    2. Record GWAM using avg. 5 word rule length
    3. Set goal to improve
  7. Watch video on typing technique
  8. Reflect on our learning for the day
Day2: A Day-Tuesday 8/7/18- Students can review and anotate syllabus and create a google document to type the notes of procedures for the class. (Note: 80 min. Block period)
  1. Sit in new assigned seats
  2. Take Roll/Take out:
    1. Ear Buds
    2. Profile Sheet
    3. Signed Syllabus
  3. Review yesterday and forcast for today:
  4. Review Procedures (Smart Board) Students take notes and prepare to type in Google Doc. on iPads
  5. Procedures:
    1. Come in single file quietly to be recognized at the door. 
      (No one enters if I am not in the room and until they are properly greeted)
    2. Go directly to your seat and follow the assignment on the screen.
    3. Listen for class to come to order (Clapping sound)
    4. Get earbuds out but NOT your devices
    5. After the 1st 5 minutes of class you can SIGN OUT the sheet to use the restroom or get water
    6. Wait to be excused from your table one table at a time to enter the lab.  Go directly to your computer not touching any one's station including their chair
    7. Raise you hand if you need help or would like to leave your seat.  You may not roam the room without permission.
    8. All papers are to be turned in to the wall closest to you.
    9. If you are finished with your work, do not simply play a game.  Work on your typing lessons or other unfinished work.
    10. Do NOT eat or drink any food around the computers.
    11. NEVER run in either of the two rooms.
  6. Demonstrate Use and Care of I-Pads
    1. Glass
    2. On/Off Buttons
    3. Bluetooth Keyboards Operation (on/off) Button
    4. Bluetooth Settings
      1. Bluetooth connections (forget?)
      2. wifi - GCPS moble vs Guest
    5. Chrome vs. Saffari
    6. MrHames.org / eClass link
    7. G-Suite (tied to eClass)
    8. Using Google Docs App on ipads
    9. Logout / Manage - remove account each day
  7. Open Google Doc to type Procedures Notes
Day1: Students can explain course description and create a profile of themselves
Microtype Video - Getting Started
  1. Introductions and class seating assignments (change chairs) after randomly placed at tables
  2. Students complete both pages of the Student Profile sheets - no IDKs allowed
  3. Take Syllabus home to be signed by parents.
    • Remind students to bring in Earbuds for class (*required equipment for class)
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