Thursday-Friday, April 30-May 1, 2009

Objective(s):
1. Students will become familiar with the uses of a Spreadsheet
2. Students will be able to identify the different components of a spreadsheet
3. Students will learn to format the cells of a spreadsheet

Language Objective(s):
1. Draw a simple spreadsheet and identify the 3 components of a table.

Agenda:
1. Digital Zen
2. Lecture: Spreadsheets! What are they for?
3. Spreadsheet worksheet.

Digital Zen:
1. Listen carefully to the instructions from Mr. Aguda before proceeding.

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Tuesday-Wednesday, April 28-29, 2009

Digital Zen: (check GOOGLE or ASK.COM for the answers)
1. Who holds the world record for number of push-ups? How many did he/she do and how long did it take?

Tuesday-Wednesday, April 21-22, 2009

Objective(s):
1. Students will practice typing

Agenda:
1. Digital Zen
2. Important Announcements
3. Mavis Beacon or Late Newspapers



Digital Zen:

You may work on your LATE NEWSPAPER today and EMAIL it to me for -10 Points.

With the piece of white paper you received at the door copy the following chart. Do 20 sets of Mavis Beacon.



Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Objective(s):
1. Students will continue work on Mastheads and Wanted Posters and will begin laying out their Primary Articles.

Agenda:
1. Digital Zen
2. Important Announcements
3. Finish Masthead, Wanted Posters, and start layout for the PRIMARY article.
4. Save your FILE and EMAIL YOURSELF

Digital Zen: (10 minutes)
On MS Publisher, design a POSTCARD by following these directions:
A. Create a NEW BLANK publication
B. Click on FILE
C. Click on PAGE SETUP
D. Under "Publication Type" choose Postcard
E. Keep the margins as they are and answer the questions below on the postcard.
F. PRINT A COPY.

1. Think of 1 Memorable event that you experienced during the break and reflect on it. What was so memorable about it? Who was there? What was it like? What were the smells? What were the flavors (food)? What made you want to stay in that moment?
-- You can't think of a moment that was memorable? Just describe in 1 paragraph what you did this past week on your vacation and try to make it sound interesting.

2. Insert 1 or 2 pictures AS YOUR BACKGROUND that relate to your experience during this spring break.
3. Make sure your name is on it and print out the publication.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Objective(s):
1. Students will understand the guidelines to the FINAL project by watching a powerpoint.
2. Students will begin work on their FINAL project by working on the MASTHEAD and WANTED POSTER

Agenda:
1. Digital Zen
2. Final Project PowerPoint Lecture
3. Finish Your Masthead and Wanted Poster
4. Save your FILE and EMAIL YOURSELF

Digital Zen: (20 minutes)
1. Create a 1-page Poster of ANY LAYOUT describing what you intend to do during your vacation! Make sure you put your name on your paper.
Include: 1. Title 2. 2 Pictures 3. Description (1 paragraph) 4. Background 5. Your name
2. PRINT this page and turn into Mr. Aguda


FINISH YOUR - WANTED POSTER
If you have Ms. Kokores' class - You need to create a WANTED POSTER for Lennie's attempted Rape from the book "OF MICE AND MEN"

If you don't have Ms. Kokores' class -- You need to create a WANTED POSTER for any CARTOON caracter (like the example shown!)

Your poster must be in a PORTRAIT orientation.
Your poster must have 0.25" Margin Guides

Please include the following information for the poster you create. SAVE AS: Wanted Poster and EMAIL TO YOURSELF! Ok? Got it? Good! :) DO NOT PRINT!

(1) Name of Wanted or Lost Person:
(2) Description of who you are looking for:
(3) Last Seen:
(4) Wanted For:
(5) Reward:
(6) Picture of who you are looking for:
(7) Picture of the Victim
(8) Use this BACKGROUND:




Wanted Poster Narciso Aguda