Course Snapshot

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Nov 5, 2013 (3 years and 5 months ago)

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Course Snapshot

Web Technologies

Course Overview:

Through the study of web technologies and design, students learn to make informed decisions
and apply the decisions to the field of information technology.

General
Requirements:

Grade Levels:

10
-
12

Recommended Prerequisite:

Principles of Information Technology

Required Prerequisite:

None

Guiding
Questions:



What is the World Wide Web and how does it work?



How did the Internet come about?



How do I write HTML code?



What is web hosting?



How do get my
own domain name?



What is “WYSIWYG”?



What are

the basics of Photos
hop, Firewo
rks and other graphic editors?



How do you

incorporate simple animations using Adobe Flash?



How do you

m
anage

and
publish a website through Dreamw
eaver?

Units of Study

(from Scope

&
Sequence)
:

A.

Principals of Web Technology and Design

B.

Scripting with HTML, XML and CSS

C.

WYSIWYG editor

D.

Web Graphics

E.

Building a Basic Client Website

Key Vocabulary:

HTML

JPEG .ORG

WWW

GIF .NET

CSS

PNG URL

JavaScript


BMP
WEB HOST

Server

.COM

Domain

.GOV

FTP

.EDU

Products &
Outcomes:



Create a domain name and website



Write HTML code



Create designs using Photoshop, Flash, Fireworks, and Dreamweaver

Student
Leadership
Organization:

In grades
9
-
12, students will have the opportunity

to participate in:



National Technical Honor Society



Business Professionals of America


Certification &
Licensures:

In grades 10
-
12, students will have the opportunity to certify in:



Adobe Dreamweaver Certification (ACT)



HTML certification through
W3Schools

Credit:

1

Technology or
Elective

Credit