8:00am - 5:00pm
April 24, 1999
Middle School Computer Science Inservice
8:00 - 9:00 Greetings - Overview
9:00 - 9:15 Windows 95 Tips & Tricks
Settle in and Prepare for the Journey
9:15 - 9:45 The Internet (Searching)
9:45 - 10:00 Break
My Computer, Right Clicking Mouse, The Start Button, 3½ floppy,
and other cool stuff
10:00 - 10:15 Why Design a Web Site?
10:15 - 10:30 Getting Started - Planning and the Design Phase
10:30 - 10 - 45 Break
Style, Style, Style [Click HERE]
Can you think of any reasons?
What makes up a Web page and Web site?
10:45 - 11:30 HTML - Do you have to learn it!
11:30 - 1:00 Break for Lunch
Learn the basics to survive [Site1][Site2]
Tags, and more tags
1:00 - 2:00 Basic Web Page Elements
2:00 - 3:30 Advanced Features
Publishing Your Site
Completing the Site
Text (Fonts, sizes, colors, spell check etc.)
Links (hypertext, image, and mailto: links)
Graphics, Movies, and Sounds (.gif & .jpg) -[Link1]
Tables (create and modify)
Bullets & numbered lists
Meta Tags: Titles, Descriptions, and Key words
Registering your site with the major search engines
Telling other about your site: (listserves, newsgroups, educational sites)
Getting site statistics (fee counters)
Additional Resource Sites:
Created by two teachers from Tennessee, this is maybe the best free,
interactive, self-paced Internet tutorial available. Learn about
the World Wide WEb, email, videoconferencing, chat rooms, Web page design,
Internet safety, and online curriculum design. Another
good tutorial to try is by Joe
Are you ready to maintain, enhance, and promote your site. This
might be one place to stop and look. Add a hit counter, custom navigation
bar, guest book, online quiz, and much more at this site.
Also see: FastCounter
Web Site Creation Software
Just what it say it is, this is a graphic conversion program.
Paint Shop Pro (WIN)
Medium level paint program with a wide audience that continues to grow
and command a following.
Web Site Editors
Free Web Hosting
A Gathering Place for Links and Learning
Excellent CS Examples
Schools on the Web
This site was created by Roderick
for the primary purpose of teaching and demonstrating
computer & business skills..
Any distribution or copying without the express or
written consent of
Alton C. Crews Middle School or its creator is strictly
Any questions, comments or suggestions concerning
this simulation or this handbook should be forwarded
Hames, Computer Science / Business Education Teacher
Copyright© 1999, Alton
C. Crews Middle School: CS Dept