Tuesday-Wednesday, June 1-2, 2010

Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
1. Practice programming HTML code for webpages
2. Learn the basic functions of FRONTPAGE to create basic webpages.
3. Create a HOMEPAGE and MENU system.

Agenda:
1. Warm Up
2. Anticipatory Set: YOU DO
3. Websites vs. Webpages
4. Frontpage introduction
5. Homepage Design.

Warm Up:

1. What did you do on this weekend? Describe in 1 paragraph (4-5 sentences) whether you did anything or not. Insert a picture.


Antcipatory Set
Create the YOU DO portion on page 34. Start with the STANDARD HTML (shown below)


To make this:
Here's a link to MORE HTML Tags

Thursday-Friday, May 27-28, 2010

Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
1. Practice programming HTML code for webpages
2. Create a basic webpage that includes a picture and links.
Agenda:
1. Warm Up
2. Anticipatory Set: Do Exercise 1
3. Exercise 2
4. Pictures, links, and backgrounds
5. Exit Slip

Warm Up:

1. What does HTML stand for?
2. In HTML code, what are the < body > and < / body > tags for?
3. In HTML code, what are the < b > and < / b > tags for?
4. In HTML code, what is the < br > tag for?
5. In HTML code, what are the < title > and < / title > tags for?
6. How are you supposed to save a webpage file? (Hint: 4 letter extension)
7. What kind of computer program reads the HTML and turns it into a webpage?
8. Give me an example of one of these programs.
9. What does a "/" (Forward Slash) inside of a tag (like < /font >) mean?
10. If a tag says < font size = 9 > what is it going to do to the text after it?

Here's a link to MORE HTML Tags

Tuesday-Wednesday, March 25-26, 2010

Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
1. Know what HTML stands for and how it is used.
2. Create a basic webpage using HTML programming.
Agenda:
1. Warm Up
2. Make your own Virus (Ketchup and Finish)
3. HTML Lecture
4. We Do/You Do (Webpage practice)
5. Exit Slip

Warm Up:

1. There are 14 or 15 days left for school. How are you feeling right now? Choose 3 emoticons from the list at this website: http://www.sharpened.net/glossary/emoticons.php and why you are feeling these 3 emotions.
2. What school are you going to be attending next year? How do you feel about that?

Monday, May 24, 2010 (Period 1, 5, 6, 7)

Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
1. Know the different types of viruses that can compromise a computer's security.
2. Discover ways of protecting yourself and your files from viruses.

Agenda:
1. Warm Up
2. Make your own Virus
3. AntiVirus and Protection Info

Warm Up:

1. Did you complete the notebook check last week? (i.e. do you have pages 20-30 in the gradebook?)
2. Did you complete the final excel quiz last week?
3. Look at the calendar, how many more days until school is over?
4. Look at the calendar, what is the last day to turn in all make-up work?

Assignment: Make Your Own Virus
Create a Poster on Publisher! (Landscape or Portrait Orientation)

 Include the following in your poster. Print when completed.
  1. Come up with a funny name for one.
  2. Identify what type of virus: Worm, Trojan Horse, Adware or Spyware.
  3. Include a picture of this virus. (Or a picture of what it might do. Get creative.)
  4. Describe what it does in to your files, computer, internet, etc.
  5. Write your name and period on it.
  6. Print it.

 An Example:
evilagudaface

Monday, May 24, 2010 (Period 3 & 4)

Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
1. Know the different types of viruses that can compromise a computer's security.
2. Discover ways of protecting yourself and your files from viruses.

Agenda:
1. Warm Up
2. Virus Discussion
3. Virus Lecture and notes
4. Virus Research
5. AntiVirus and Protection

Warm Up: (5 minutes!)

1. How do you know your computer is infected by a virus? Tell me what kinds of things the computer will do. If you have no idea, make a guess.
2. Do you think all computer viruses are harmful? Why or why not?

Thursday-Friday, May 13-14, 2010

Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
1. Complete a lab report of your findings and print it out.
2. Notebook Check
3. Take a Quiz

Agenda:
1. Warm Up
2. Quiz Part A
3. Quiz Part B / Notebook Check
4. Finish and Print your lab report
5. Extra time? Excel VB Games.

Warm Up: BLOG IT! (a better quiz...maybe)
First, take the quiz here 
Intelligence Type Quiz

1. Copy and paste your quiz results here.
2. Do you agree with the quiz results? Why or why not? If not, what parts don't you agree with?

Then, take this other one for fun. Copy and paste your results here too.
Can you survive a monster attack?



QUIZ
http://www.quia.com/quiz/2446587.html(English)
http://www.quia.com/quiz/2447881.html(Spanish)



LAB REPORT
Create a LAB REPORT with the following sections. (Use the example below, and fill in all the blanks. Bonus points for decorating it!) Copy and Paste Special the sentence starters below.

Copy and Paste to Publisher










Tuesday-Wednesday, May 10-11, 2010

Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
1. Write a complete lab report for your findings.
2. Complete the lab, if you haven't so already.

Agenda:
1. Warm Up
2. Notebook Organization
3. Lab Report
4. Printing
5. Excel VB Games.

Warm Up: BLOG IT!
First, take the quiz here What Will Your Future Job Be?
1. Copy and paste your quiz results here.
2. Insert a picture of this job here.
3. Do you agree with the quiz results? Why or why not? If not, what do you want to be when you grow up?


LAB REPORT
Create a LAB REPORT with the following sections. (Use the example below, and fill in all the blanks. Bonus points for decorating it!) Copy and Paste Special the sentence starters below.

Copy and Paste to Publisher










Monday, May 10, 2010

Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
Analyze your group's data and make a conclusion about your own hypothesis.
Graph the 9th grade data.

Agenda:
1. Warm Up
2. Group Analysis/Conclusion
3. Printing

Warm Up: (BLOG IT!)
1. Before you started the experiment, what did you think was the fastest sense? If you weren't here for the experiment, tell me what sense do you think is the fastest? (Sight, sound, or touch?)
2. Why did you think so? Give me an example of why you thought this.
3. Look at your group's data from your file (Called "senses"). Does your data match your hypothesis?



FORMULATING YOUR CONCLUSION
Mr. Aguda took all the classes data and put them together in a new table below.

Open up your excel file from last week (called "senses" - there is a generic one on the desktop if needed) and graph it on the next available sheet.

Thursday-Friday, May 6-7, 2010 (series 1)

Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
Students will be able to conduct a controlled experiment, tabulating data into excel for further analysis. Students will use appropriate formulas to calculate the average of all trials.

Students will convert tabulated data to graphs and combine their data with class aggregate data

Agenda:
1. Warm Up
2. Announcements
3. 2 and 3 Series Graphs
4. Which Sense is the Fastest? Instructions
5. Data Collection
6. Graphing

Warm Up: (MS EXCEL!)
One car is being tested for their ability to accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH. A Porche will be accelerated from 0 to 60 in this experiment. We will keep track of how long (in seconds) it takes the car to go from 0 to 60.  This experiment will be done 5 Times (5 trials). An average [=average(range)]time will also be calculated for all the trials.

Create (1) a table and (2) a graph for the results.


Thursday-Friday, May6-7, 2010 (2 series)

Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
Students will be able to conduct a controlled experiment, tabulating data into excel for further analysis. Students will use appropriate formulas to calculate the average of all trials.

Students will convert tabulated data to graphs and combine their data with class aggregate data

Agenda:
1. Warm Up
2. Announcements
3. 2 and 3 Series Graphs
4. Which Sense is the Fastest? Instructions
5. Data Collection
6. Graphing

Warm Up: (MS EXCEL!)
Two cars are being compared in their ability to accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH. A Jetta and Porche will be accelerated from 0 to 60 in this experiment. We will keep track of how long (in seconds) it takes these cars to go from 0 to 60.  This experiment will be done 5 Times (5 trials) for each car. An average [=average(range)]time will also be calculated for all the trials.

Create (1) a table and (2) a graph for the results.


 Graph the results as well as the average
Here's the results -

Jetta: (in seconds)
Trial #1 = 9.2

Trial #2 = 11
Trial #3 = 13
Trial #4 = 8.5
Trial #5 = 9

Porche: (in seconds)
Trial #1 = 7
Trial #2 = 6
Trial #3 = 5
Trial #4 = 8
Trial #5 = 5.2

Needing a HINT? Take a peak here





Tuesday-Wednesday, May 4-5, 2010

Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
1. Take an online school survey (if not complete)
2. Learn how to create graphs using the graph wizard tool
3. Learn how to create appropriate tables to create your graph
4. Understand Category and Value
5. Understand the purpose of a bar graph.


Agenda:
1. Warm Up
2. Announcements
3. Quiz

Warm Up:
Your choice:
#1: If you aren't done with the surveys go here...http://tinyurl.com/animosurvey2010
or http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DYXVMX7
#2: If you're done with the surveys, answer these questions about this picture:




1. What is this picture trying to tell us?
2. What kind of picture is this?
3. In what classes have you made these before?
4. How long does it take you to create one of these?
5. Do you like making these by hand?

Monday, May 3, 2010

WELCOME TO MAY!
Objective(s):
By the end of today you will...
1. Take an online school survey
2. Show your understanding of Excel Formulas as it relates to receipts by taking a quiz!


Agenda:
1. Warm Up (20 Minutes?)
2. Announcements
3. Quiz

Warm Up:
http://tinyurl.com/animosurvey2010

or http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DYXVMX7



QUIZ:
Open up the EXCEL FILE on your desktop called "QUIZ" or download it by clicking HERE.


Enter the correct formulas in the cells that are BLUE. 

All questions are part of the standard quiz except those specified as "EXTRA CREDIT"

You will NOT know whether or not your answers are correct or incorrect, so be careful!

Glance at the "GRADE-O-METER" once in a while to see how you are doing overall.


When you are done, write your "STUDENT CODE" on the exit slip.  DO NOT LOSE THE EXIT SLIP! It's the only way Mr. Aguda can grade you!