1st and 2nd Q Presentations

Assignments                        Create a web page:                                         

PROJECT 1

Q1    
DATE DUE: STANDARD 1
Internet Standards & Fundamentals: Students will understand the basic principles of how the 
internet is constructed, how it functions, and how it is used.
project1_1 
9/15/15

Baker - CookeCoxDorosky
Edler - Ferons  - Gummow 

Hodges - Holmes -JohnsonLeavitt 
Mangum - Moore -  Polich - Postma
Ruesch Shosted - Wixom

Identify the infrastructure required to access the Internet. 
a. Explain hardware and software used to connect to the Internet. 

b. Explain the role of an Internet Service Provider (ISP)

  Peabody -  Bjarnson
 
Mixed 
  Aldridge - Behunin 
Ferons Fisher - Hall Hansen
Hodges - Holmes - Lee 
Polich - Reynoso - Schmidt

Williams 
 
Understand Internet development & functions. 
a. Understand how the Internet was developed. 
b. Understand the purpose web servers, routers, packets, IP Address, the “backbone”, and firewalls.
     
project1_2 
9/29/15
AldridgeBakerHodges
JohnsonLeePeabody
RueschWilliams
Behunin
 
Understand the Purpose of domains.
a. Explain the purpose of an IP address.
b. Explain the purpose of a domain name.
 

BjarnsonCooke -  Cox
Edler - FisherGummow
HallHansenLeavitt
MoorePolich - Reynoso
SchmidtShosted - Holmes
Mangum
 

Differentiate between types of IP addresses. 
a. Describe a static IP address. 
b. Describe a Dynamic IP address. 
c. Differentiate between ipv4 and ipv6.

 

 

FeronsHodges - Postma 
Wixom - Dorosky

Understand the function of a Domain Name Server. 
a. Explain the function of a Domain Name Server (DNS). 
b. Understand how to register a domain name.
 
project1_3
10/13/15


Shosted - Hansen - Lee - Johnson 
Aldridge - Hall - Hodges - Leavitt
Define important Internet communications protocols and their roles in delivering basic Internet services. 
a. Explain the terms, http, https, ftp, and tcp/ip. 
b. Describe how each protocol is used.
 
 

Postma - Cooke - Cox - Schmidt
Ferons
Fisher - Mangum - Baker
Behunin
Edler - Moore - Polich
Reynoso - Wixom
Bjarnson 

Demonstrate knowledge of standard copyright rules. 
a. Understand copyright for original creations. 
b. Understand the creative commons license. 
c. Understand when to obtain permission for non-original work.
 
  Gummow -  Dorosky - Peabody RueschWilliams  Understand the use and purpose of acceptable use policy (AUP). 
a. Understand the AUP for your school. 
b. Demonstrate ethical behavior as described in the AUP.
 
Q2
  STANDARD 2 Fundamentals of HTML5: Students will demonstrate creation of “well formed” web pages.
Project2_1
10/27/15
Cooke - CoxEdler - Leavitt  - Moore 
PolichPostmaLeeWixom
AldridgeBehuninFisher
Hansen 

Demonstrate knowledge required to create a web page. 
a. Code the foundation for a webpage. 
b. Include the element tags html, head, title, and body.
  
  Dorosky - FeronsHodges - Ruesch 
PeabodyBjarnsonHodges 
ReynosoWilliams - Dennett

Understand appropriate file structure and naming. 
a. Use logical file structure to build websites. 
b. Incorporate appropriate file naming for a website
 
  GummowHolmes - Johnson 
MangumShostedSchmidt

 

Understand and use the DOCTYPE Declaration (DTD) in the types of HTML. 
a. Understand older type pages that use the strict and transitional DOCTYPE. 
b. Validate code according to the DOCTYPE used. 
 
 

Project2_2
11/10/15

Ruesch - Schmidt - Postma - Polich 
Mangum - Hansen - Gummow - Fisher
Edler - Dorosky - Cooke - Hodges

Know and use the rules to create “well formed” web pages with appropriate HTML 
structure and standards that can be validated. (W3C) 

a. Use lowercase for elements. 
b. Properly nest elements. 
c. Use quotes on attribute values.  
 
  Wixom - Williams - Shosted - Peabody
Moore - Lee - Leavitt - Johnson
Holmes- Ferons - Dennett - Bjarnson
BehuninAldridgeCox - Reynoso
Demonstrate the use of elements and attributes. 
a. Create pages with tags and attributes at the block and inline level. 
b. Create web pages with text formatting, links, images, lists, tables, etc. 
c. Understand the use of special characters such as:   © " < > & —. 
d. Demonstrate the use of semantic elements such as: header, footer, section, article, nav, aside.  
 
 
Project2_3
12/4/15
Cox - Gummow - Schmit - Shosted
Ferons -Moore - Bjarnson - Hansen
BehuninLeavitt - Wixom - Adridge
Edler - Johnson - Polich - Postma
Reynoso
Use meta tags for page documentation and search engine optimization (SEO). 
a. Specify page description, keywords, and author using meta tags. 
b. Declare encoding using meta tags. 
c. Understand principles of search engine optimization  
 
  Lee - Peabody - Cooke - Dennett
Dorosky - Fisher - Hansen - Hodges
Holmes - Mangum - Ruesch - Williams

Use advanced elements to create web pages. (Semester 1B) 
a. Incorporate image maps on web page. 
b. Incorporate forms on web page. 
c. Incorporate iframes on a web page. 
d. Use a GUI-based HTML editing software to create web pages.