Web Site Development

Web Site Development

Student work:
The students have been practicing good Web design. This includes:
  • appropriate graphics
  • consistent navigation throughout the site
  • name/date on all pages
  • appropriate Browser titles
  • colors create a Web page with all text easy to read
  • content creates a clear need for a Web page

Students created their own banners and buttons using Macromedia Fireworks.
Students created their own animations using Adobe Flash.


Students will
  • Use coding tools to collaborate in constructing technology-enhanced Web models
  • Analyze and comprehend the necessity of a Web site
  • Demonstrate Web site development
  • Integrate multimedia elements
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of ethical and legal issues regarding Web site implementation
  • Understand connectivity and architectural issued and concepts related to Web access
  • Describe positions and career paths in Web site development
 
Grades:
10% - Work Habits (desk areas, computer lab neat; computer stations set to BHS standards; no gum, food, or beverages)
25% - Daily Work
25% - Web Sites
20% - Warm-ups/Quizzes
20% - Tests and Projects
           
 
Tutoring and make-up work may be done in Room 106 on Tuesdays from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. When missing work needs to be completed, attendance will be required the week immediately following an absence. “Students must request make-up work within two days of their return to school and make necessary arrangements with the teacher.”
 
Each term grades are averaged together to determine the final grade.
A - 90-100                                                           Required materials:
B - 80-89.99                                                                   paper
C - 70-79.99                                                                   pen or pencil
F - 0-59.99