Objective:
Discover the C# programming language using CompuScholar.

Method:
Use the coursework in CompuScholar to gain familiarity with the C# programming language. Make sure to read through all supplied material and complete all activities and quizzes. Finish each chapter by completing the Chapter Exam.

Turn In:
CompuScholar keeps track of progress and overall grades for each quiz and exam.

Objective:
Discover the python programming language.

Method:
Use the coursework in CompuScholar to gain familiarity with the Python programming language. Make sure to read through all supplied material and complete all activities and quizzes.

Turn In:
CompuScholar keeps track of progress and overall grades for each quiz and exam.

Objective:
Discover how to layout website components with the use of CSS by creating cascading stylesheets using Adobe Dreamweaver.

Method:
Use the knowledge and skills from the tutorials in our book, “HTML and CSS” to create new page layouts and designs for the Sunny Acres, Cycle Pathology, and KPAF radio station websites.

Turn In:
Upload the .htm file, the .css file, and a .png of your file opened in a browser of your choice to your google share folder and let the instructor know they have been shared.

Objective:
Review the last tutorial with HTML5 by creating web pages using Adobe Dreamweaver.

Method:
Use the knowledge and skills from the first tutorial in our book, “HTML and CSS” to create a new sub-page for The J-Prop Shop.

Turn In:
Upload the .htm file and a .png of your file opened in a browser of your choice to your google share folder and let the instructor know they have been shared.

Objective:
Discover the basic structure and function of HTML5 and practice creating web pages using Adobe Dreamweaver.

Method:
As a class we will work through the first tutorial in our book, “HTML and CSS”. We will create the home page for The J-Prop Shop.

Turn In:
Upload the .htm file and a .png of your file opened in a browser of your choice to your google share folder and let the instructor know they have been shared.

Objective:
Research and discover opportunities in the industry for web designers.

Method:
Use this WebDesignerResearch to walk you through the next couple of assignments.

Turn In:
Upload assignments to your google share folder and let instructor know they have been shared.

Objective:
To gain an understanding of computer components and how they work together to make a computer function.

Method:
Follow the directions on the included documents to research the different components that make up a personal computer and the different operating systems that control them.

Hardware Components

Operating Systems

Turn In:
Once you have created both of the attached pdf files. Upload them to your google share folder. We will discuss both assignments in class.

Objective:
Identify and research key moments in the development of technology and the computer age.

Method:
This project will be done online using www.canva.com. This Computer History Timeline(2018) will give you all of the requirements and rubric for the assignment.

Turn In:
You will have through Wednesday in class to work on this project. Once you finish the project, export it as a PDF file from Canva and upload it to your shared google folder.

Objective:
To research key figures and their impacts on the computer industry.

Method:
Your assignment is to select one of the individuals listed on the sheet shared in class to do a research presentation on. The presentation will be in google slides and must be between 5-7 minutes in length MAX. Yes you must include relevant pictures, and bonus points for embedding a short video related to your person. The topics that you cover will vary depending on the person, but the document shared in class has a few things that everyone must cover at the minimum. There are probably other things that you should also address in addition to this list, so do not simply make a slide for each of the listed and expect an A. These are merely guidelines to get you started.

Turn In:
The completed presentation is due by the end of class on Wednesday. The class will present on Thursday and Friday.