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U
NIT
10



C
LIENT
S
IDE
C
USTOMISATION OF
W
EB
P
AGES

ASSIGNMENT

REFERENCE:

N10A02

T
HE
F
UNDAMENTALS OF
S
CRIPTING
L
ANGUAGES
&

CONTROL WEB PAGES US
ING
CSS

waisttherapeutic_17b77a9a
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5020
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4a91
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355f909990a1.doc

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A
SSIGNMENT
R
EFERENCE
:

N
1
O
A01

A
SSESSOR
:

L
OLITA
A
USTIN


IV:

L
INA
N
ASTOVSKA


S
AMPLER
:

L
INA
N
ASTOVSKA


H
AND
O
UT
D
ATE
:


M
ONDAY
30

M
ARCH
2009


H
AND
I
N
D
ATE
:


M
ONDAY
11

M
AY

2009

If you require an extension to this deadline, you must submit a completed La
te Assignment Request
Form to your lecturer at least 72 hours before the deadline. The late assignment request will be
discussed with your Tutor, and only granted if appropriate.

Assessment Criteria Covered

The work produced in this assignment provides
ev
idence for Unit 10
:
P3, P4, P5, M1, M3, D1, D2 &
D3

(A full description of each criterion is found at the end of the assignment.)

Completion Guidance for Students

1.

Read this assignment carefully and make sure that you understand the work you should hand in
and what is required of you. If you are uncertain, discuss it with your tutor.

2.

This assignment requires you to work by yourself and to produce original work. You should not
share your work with any other learners. Similarly, you should not accept and us
e such
information from others. You are required to sign that the work submitted is your own.

3.

If you work in a group at any stage, you must present your own responses to each task for
assessment.

4.

If you are not certain what to include in a particular task
, discuss it with your tutor. The grading
criteria at the end of this assignment will help guide you in what is expected. In addition, the unit
content (in the Course Handbook) details exactly what you must evidence in order to pass this
unit.

5.

Informatio
n taken from sources for research, e.g. Internet and textbooks, must be identified and
not presented as your own work. You should list the sources used.

6.

Some tasks may require Observation Records/Witness Statements. Your tutor will organise for
these to
be completed and you must attach these to your submitted work.

7.

In presenting your final work, you should not include draft work or reference materials such as
handouts, notes, and leaflets, unless the tasks specifically ask you to do so. However, you must

retain all such material, as this may be necessary for future tasks.

8.

Presentation of your work:



Submit your assignment with a completed Assignment Hand In Form



Check that you have completed all tasks



Label work with appropriate task/sub
-
task number




Prese
nt tasks in the correct order



Label each page with your name and page number



Submit all electronic materials in paper format



All papers should be securely bound

or in a plastic wallet

Please note the Assignment Hand In Form and the Late Assignment Request
Form can be found on the Student
Shared Drive

U
NIT
10



C
LIENT
S
IDE
C
USTOMISATION OF
W
EB
P
AGES

ASSIGNMENT

REFERENCE:

N10A02

T
HE
F
UNDAMENTALS OF
S
CRIPTING
L
ANGUAGES
&

CONTROL WEB PAGES US
ING
CSS

waisttherapeutic_17b77a9a
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5020
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4a91
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a8f2
-
355f909990a1.doc

(March 2009)

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Background

You have been approached by a potential employer and been asked to
write a report about the
scripting languages and show examples of CSS implemented in a web page
.

Tasks

Produce a
formal
report th
at

discusses the following:


Task 1)

Describe the main features of the chosen scripting language and outline some typical uses



Task 1 provides evidence for P3



Task 2)

Compare two methods of accessing external CSS script



Task 2 provides evidence for M1


Task 3)

Explain how w
eb pages using scripts are implemented in two different browsers

Task 3 provides evidence for
M
3


Task 4)

Design, create and test web pages using CSS to control layout

Task 4 provides evidence for P4


Task 5)

Design, create and test web pages using scripts to implement i
nteractivity

Task 5 provides evidence for P5


Task 6)

Change the layout of a web page by changing the external CSS

Task 6 provides evidence for
D1


Task 7)

Show how existing interactivity could be extended or additional interactivity introduced into
a web page

Task 6 prov
ides evidence for D2


Task 8)

Evaluate the impact of using CSS to control layout

Task 6 provides evidence for D
3



U
NIT
10



C
LIENT
S
IDE
C
USTOMISATION OF
W
EB
P
AGES

ASSIGNMENT

REFERENCE:

N10A02

T
HE
F
UNDAMENTALS OF
S
CRIPTING
L
ANGUAGES
&

CONTROL WEB PAGES US
ING
CSS

waisttherapeutic_17b77a9a
-
5020
-
4a91
-
a8f2
-
355f909990a1.doc

(March 2009)

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of 3


Grading Criteria

P3

Describe
the main features of the chosen scripting language and outline some typical uses

P4

Design, create and test web pages
using CSS to control layout

P5

Design, create and test web pages using scripts to implement interactivity

M1

Compare two methods of accessing external CSS script

M
3

Explain how web pages using scripts are implemented in two different browsers


D1

Chan
ge the layout of a web page by changing the external CSS

D2

Show how existing interactivity could be extended or additional interactivity introduced
into a web page

D3

Evaluate the impact of using CSS to control layout




BTEC Nationals for IT Practition
ers (IT and Business)


ASSESSMENT FEEDBACK FORM

Assessors must complete the form with reference to the Assessment & Verification Policy and the associated guidance.
The key skills procedures should be followed if this activity includes key skills evid
ence.


Student Name:

Course
title:

BTEC Nationals for IT
Practitioners (IT and Business)

Unit title:
10


Client Side Customisation of Web
Pages

Assignment number:

N10
A02


Grading criteria met:


Assessor’s assessment and feedback:









Grading c
riteria not met:


Assessor’s assessment and feedback:









Student response to feedback / actions for improvement:









For Key Skills feedback, the student should refer to the separate key skills tracking sheet. The student should be aware of
a
ny internal
verification or moderation procedures that may affect the assessment.


Assessor’s Name:
Lolita Austin

Assessor’s signature

and date:

Student’s signature

and date:

Internal verifier:
Lina Nastovska

(signature and date)