Tuesday-Wednesday, June 16-17, 2009

Objective(s):
1. Finish your website


Show your finished work to the subsitute for credit! THEN, SAVE AND CLOSE SITE!


CREATE AND/OR FINISH THE FOLLOWING WEB PAGES:
1. LINKS PAGE
See example of a links page here: http://mragudap7.fortunecity.com/links.htm


Include 10 Links to 10 different websites.
Each link should be clickable and should work.
For each link, provide a DESCRIPTION of what that link is.
Include a Background, Title, and Navigation Bar for this page also.
Bonus (EXTRA CREDIT +2 points per picture) points for adding a 3rd column and inserting the link's logo or picture.


2. ABOUT ME PAGE
See example of about me page here (http://mragudap7.fortunecity.com/aboutme.htm)


Include 2-3 pictures, a TITLE, and a NAVIGATION BAR!
Write 2-3 paragraphs about yourself. (Bonus points if you can right 4 paragraphs +10 extra credit)
Use these guiding questions to help you write the essay:
A. What's your name and who named you?
B. When is your birthday? Where were you born?
C. Describe one childhood memory in detail? (Your birthday?)
D. Your favorite places: Your favorite theme park? Your favorite movie? Your favorite food? Your favorite class?
E. What school do you attend?
F. What classes are you taking?
G. Who is your technology teacher and what projects have you created in his class?
H. Describe you and your friends: what are you interested in now?
I. What's your favorite music? What are your favorite bands?
(There are many more questions to write about, please make sure you write enough!)

Thursday-Friday, June 11-12, 2009

Objective(s): (THIS WEEK!)
1. Students will complete their HOMEPAGES
2. Students will OPTIMIZE their Websites for Publishing
3. Students will publish their websites onto the FTP site.
4. Students will begin work on their LINKS page.

Agenda:
1. Digital Zen
2. Finish your HOMEPAGE.
3. Tutorial: Optimizing your website
4. Tutorial: Publishing your website.
5. Tutorial: Tables


Digital Zen:
1. Does your homepage have a TITLE?
2. Does your homepage have at least 2 pictures?
3. Does your homepage have a background?
4. Does your homepage have a WELCOME NOTE (1 Paragraph)?
5. Does your homepage have a NAVIGATION BAR?
6. Is your homepage on the internet or is it on your computer?
7. What 10 websites are you going to list on your links page?
8. How many points is each page worth?
9. Today we're going to work on our LINKS page. Check page 59 and tell me what the requirements are for your links page. (See "CONTENT")


Need Some Inspiration:
Click on the link below for LAST YEARS' WEBSITES

http://mraguda.animojustice.com/2008/06/2008-websites-animo-justice-technology.html

Tuesday-Wednesday, June 9-10, 2009

Objective(s): (THIS WEEK!)
1. Students will become familiar with MS Frontpage by creating a HOMEPAGE for their website. 2. Students will set up their LOCAL websites.
3. Students will learn the procedures for starting up and ending FRONTPAGE
4. Students will understand the requirements for the final project.

Agenda:
1. Digital Zen
2. Intro to Frontpage
3. Make a HOMEPAGE

Digital Zen:
1. What's a homepage?
2. What important information are you going to place on your home page?
3. Why is it important to CLOSE SITE before you start working on your website?
4. What are you going to call your new website?

Monday, June 8, 2009

Objective(s): (THIS WEEK!)
1. Students will become familiar with MS Frontpage by creating a HOMEPAGE for their website. 2. Students will set up their LOCAL websites.
3. Students will learn the procedures for starting up and ending FRONTPAGE
4. Students will understand the requirements for the final project.

Agenda:
1. Digital Zen
2. Intro to Frontpage
3. Make a HOMEPAGE

Digital Zen:
1. When you visit a website, the first page is called a "HOMEPAGE." Why do you think it's called that?
2. Visit Mr. Aguda's website again. (http://mragudap7.fortunecity.com/). Load the homepage to his website. (This is always the first page that you visit!). Look at the address bar. What is the URL?
3. Visit Mr. Aguda's "about" page (by clicking on the link on the navigation bar). What is the URL here?
4. Visit all of Mr. Aguda's pages. What are the different pages called?
5. How do you get to Mr. Aguda's different pages?
6. Compare this website to a MYSPACE page. How is this different? How is this similar?

Friday, June 5, 2009

Objective(s):
1. Students will start building their final websites.
2. Students will create the HOMEPAGE for their website called "index.html"
3. Students will create all required pages and insert a NAVIGATION bar into all pages.

Agenda:
1. Digital Zen
2. Build a homepage and navigation bar
3. Create your homepage.

Digital Zen:
Visit this webpage (http://mragudap7.fortunecity.com/) and answer these questions.
1. How do you get around Mr. Aguda's website?
2. What is the URL for Mr. Aguda's homepage (the 1st page you see on his site)? Copy and paste it.

Visit this webpage (http://ntorres2010.fortunecity.com/) and answer these questions.
3. Is there a similar place you can click on to get around Nancy's site?
4. Click on her pictures link. What is the URL for her pictures? (Copy and paste it)
5. What happens when you click on a picture?

Visit this webpage (http://monter2011.fortunecity.com/) and answer these questions.
6. How many pages does Roger have?
7. What are the pages?
8. What do you like about his site?
9. Click on the LINKS. How many links does he have?
10. Think about how your site will look. What do you think you will use from any of the above sites in creating your own?

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Hello Students!

I'm out of town today. Please make sure to treat the classroom, your peers, and your Substitute with Respect. Remember, if there are any writeups, the class will get a strike and detention will be assigned to the students who have been written up.

Keep your eyes on the PRIZE: Free Surf Day & Pizza Party :)

Be creative with the work today. Remember to stay within the guidelines. When you are finished, SHOW it to the substitute who will MARK YOU OFF FOR COMPLETING THE ASSIGNMENT


make me proud!

Mr. Aguda

Objective(s):
1. Digital Zen Activity about websites.


Agenda:
1. Digital Zen (Long)


DIGITAL ZEN: (A LONG ONE!) - Show your finished work to the subsitute for credit! THEN, EMAIL IT TO ME!!!


Create A POWERPOINT
…of your TOP 8 favorite WEBSITES!
1 SLIDE per WEBSITE (A total of 8 SLIDES)
Include on EACH SLIDE
- SCREEN SHOT of the SITE (If the site is blocked, just look for a picture of the site from Google IMAGES., like this one: http://www.wired.com/news/images/full/myspace1_f.jpg)

- What’s the DOMAIN of the site?

- What kind of information is presented at this site?

- How many times do you visit this site per day?

- How much time do you spend on this site per day?

- Why do you like this site?


Here is an example of 1 SLIDE (YOU need to make 8!)

Tuesday-Wednesday, June 2-3, 2009

Objective(s):
1. Students will understand how websites are connected via hyperlinks.
2. Students will understand basic web structure.

Language Objective(s):
1. Indentify the domain in the URL. http://mraguda.animojustice.com

Digital Zen:
1. Make a top 5 List of your favorite websites to visit. Type the website name AND why you visit this site.
2. How many webpages do you think are on the internet today?
3. What do you think the difference is between a WEBSITE and a WEBPAGE?

Monday, June 1, 2009

Objective(s):
1. Students will complete and graph their DATA from the senses experiment.

Agenda:
1. Digital Zen
2. Finish Experiment and Graph


Digital Zen:
Answer these questions on YOUR blog.

1. What did you do this weekend? (Write 2-3 sentences)
A. Include a picture in your blog.