CURRICULUM MAP: 10275.map
Web Page Design (SCP) 613
Creating a Web Page
TIME FRAME: 18 Weeks
MAP LEVEL: 2
12.0 BUSINESS EDUCATION
-- Students will assess the impact of information technology on society.
-- Students will use input technologies appropriately to enter and manipulate text and data.
-- Students will gather, evaluate, use, and cite information from information technology sources.
-- Students will develop the technical and interpersonal skills and knowledge to support the user community.
-- Students will describe positions and career paths in information technology.
-- Students will assess personal skills, abilities, and aptitudes and personal strengths and weaknesses as they relate to career exploration and development.
12.0 BUSINESS EDUCATION
-- Students will relate the importance of workplace expectations to career development.
-- Students will communicate in a clear, courteous, concise, and correct manner on personal and professional levels.
-- Students will apply basic social communication skills in personal and professional situations.
03.0 LANGUAGE ARTS
-- Students will use a variety of strategies to develop an extensive vocabulary; students will read extensively and apply the variety of vocabulary strategies to read ever more complex texts.
-- Students will interact with others in creating, interpreting and evaluating written, oral and visual texts; students will apply collaborative skills to elaborate on concepts being addressed and to describe processes used in achieving results.
-- Students will engage in a process of generating ideas, drafting, revising, editing and publishing or presenting; students will identify and use the most effective process for them to create and present a written, oral or visual piece.
-- Students will proofread and edit for grammar, spelling, punctuation and capitalization; students will demonstrate command of capitalization, punctuation, usage and spelling skills, and utilize effective strategies and appropriate resources for proofreading and editing.
-- Students will speak and write using conventional patterns of syntax and diction; students will use the spoken and written syntax and diction of the skilled writers and speakers with which they are made familiar.
01.4 THE ARTS - VISUAL ART
-- Students will apply media, techniques and processes with sufficient skill, confidence and sensitivity that their intentions are understood
-- Students will judge the effectiveness of different ways of using visual characteristics in conveying ideas
-- Students will use subject matter, symbols, ideas and themes that demonstrate knowledge of contexts, and cultural and aesthetic values to communicate intended meaning.
-- Students will apply critical and aesthetic criteria (e.g., technique, formal and expressive qualities, content) in order to improve their own works of art.
-- Students will apply visual arts skills and unde4rstandings to solve problems relevant to a variety of careers.
04.2 LRIT - COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
-- Students will produce a variety of products using the advanced features of personal productivity software
-- Students will make informed choices among technology systems, resources, and services
-- Students will demonstrate and advocate for legal and ethical behaviors among peers, family, and community regarding the use of technology and information
-- Students will create written, oral, numeric and visual communications using appropriate applications (spreadsheet, database, hypermedia, etc.) to construct, organize, and analyze and interpret ideas and data, and present conclusion
-- Students will select and apply technology tools for research, information analysis, problem-solving and decision-making in content learning
-- Students will select and apply technology tools for research, information analysis, problem-solving, and decision-making in content learning
1. How does one use Web design software?
2. What is proper Web design?
3. What procedures are used to create a Web site?
4. What procedures are used to create Web pages?
5. How does one add Web pages, links and images to a Web site?
6. How does one add tables and layout to a Web page?
7. How does one add forms to a Web page?
8. How does one create templates and use style sheets?
9. How does one add layers, image maps and navigation bars to a Web page?
10. How does one manage a Web site?
An introduction to the basics of the Internet and World Wide Web and their associated terms.
An introduction to the differences between Web pages and Web sites and types of Web sites.
An introduction to copyright laws and ethics.
An introduction to Web page design software.
An introduction to the Web design, planning, developing, testing, publishing and maintaining of a Web site.
An introduction to XHTML/HTML and methods and tools used in Web site creation.
An introduction to Web site management..
Producing an example of an entire Web site.
Students in Web design will develop the ability to:
--Understanding fundamental Web design principles
--Create and manage Web sites
--Use proper procedures to create Web sites suitable for personal or professional use.
--Operate the Web page software program,
--Manage a Web site.
All students will:
--Start and quit Web design software
--Use Web design software interface
--Use text, links, graphics and backgrounds
--Use imported text and buttons
--Create complex tables
--Use enhancements such as rollover buttons and images
--Manage a web site
--Understand ethical issues related to Web design
--Produce creative Web pages
--Able to evaluate Web sites
Completed class assigned exercises.
Completed class assigned projects.
Completed class assigned case studies.
Administer quiz and or test.
Completed capstone project.
Students may opt to create a real world Web page for personal, organizational or business use.
Templates (Student Data Files)
Revised March, 2009