Web Page Design & Development--Period 1
Instructor: Mrs. Susan Wilson
Number of Credits: 1
Grade Level: 10-12
This course is an introduction to World Wide Web and the Internet, emphasizing methodology of authoring web pages. Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and (Java Applets) are used for the creations of web pages. The course includes configuration of web browsers to support multimedia applications. Web programming languages are examined. This course is a comprehensive introduction to Web page creation and presentation graphics, using combination of lecture and lab sessions. Students learn how to use key Internet technologies, such as Web browsers, e-mail, newsgroups, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Telnet, and search engines. Students also use a variety of Web-based search engines to conduct advanced searches and learn the basics of electronic commerce and security issues. To make this year in Web Page Design and Development the most productive and enjoyable it can be, I have developed a few simple guidelines. Following these will help you to be an active learner and an asset to the class environment.
Classroom Rules & Regulations: To make this year in Internet Basics and Beyond the most productive and enjoyable it can be, I have developed a few simple guidelines. Following these will help you to be an active learner and an asset to the class environment.
- Be on time to class. Be seated at your computer and ready to work by the time the bell rings. Lateness will not be tolerated.
- Be prepared for class. You should have a pen, View binder and folder. If you miss a class, you are responsible for finding out what work you missed and then making it up by the due date.
- Be involved. Participate in class, offer your ideas and share your thoughts with the rest of us.
- Be respectful. Appropriate behavior is expected at all times.
This is a hands-on course using computers daily. Class time is an important commodity. It is not to be wasted. If you need to make up work you missed, you are to make arrangements to do so before or after school. When in the computer lab for special assignments, students are expected to abide by the school's Acceptable Use Policy at all times. Accounts will remain locked until the AUP form has been returned with the appropriate signatures.
All work is considered important. Your quarterly grades will reflect class work, tests, quizzes, and projects. Your success is important to me. I will be available for extra help. Please see me to arrange it. I look forward to having an interesting and successful year together.
Site Name: The Buzz in IT (Information
URL Address: http://www.mhhe.com/it/buzz/cgi-bin/links.pl#History%20of%20Computing
Site Name: The Help Web: A Guide to Getting
Started on the Internet
URL Address: http://www.imagescape.com/helpweb/
Name: Learn The Net
URL Address: http://www.learnthenet.com/english/index.html
Site Name: Need to find something
on the Internet?
URL Address: http://www.mypf.swep.com/lessons/basic_internet_guide.html
Site Name: Internet Basics 101
URL Address: http://www.usd.edu/trio/tut/start/
Site Name: Web Basics
URL Address: http://www.webteacher.org/windows.html
Site Name: Internet Privacy for
URL Address: http://www.internetprivacyfordummies.com/index.php
Site Name: Safety on the Internet
URL Address: http://net.gurus.org/kids/
Site Name: SoftWeb: Using the Internet
URL Address: http://www.sofweb.vic.edu.au/internet/index.htm