Office Hours This Week

Tue & Wed

Upcoming Events

Mon Oct 29
Tue Oct 30

- 1/2 day late start
_ Academic Conferences

Tue Nov 6
- no school

Mon Nov 12
- no school

Wed Nov 21
- 1/2 day early release

Thu Nov 22
Fri Nov 23

- no school

Fri Dec 7
- AP CSP Field Trip to CS50 Fair

Fri May 10
- AP CSP Exam 12pm

In case of Fire Drill
- go out by cafeteria
- cross the bus loop
- D266 meets at the far right side

Monday Oct 22, 2018

Mission Statement:
Our technology class runs smoothly
and all members treat each other and the work with respect


AP CSP


a computer is…

a device that accepts input, stores data, and processes it in some way to produce an output


  • View: ASCII Clip & Lego Clip
  • Discuss: The Internet is for everyone...
  • Review: shirt selections
  • Field Trip: Fri Dec 7
  • Explore Task: discuss examples (A & J from CB)
    - A artifact
    - A written
    - J artifact
    - J written
  • Progress Check-in: individual
  • Complete: looping with a counter practice
    - will do together in class - live coding
    - this may help you with one approach to solving ISBN
  • Begin/Continue: ISBN
    helpful info:
    - the number could be too big for an int so use long long
    - this time you know the number is 10 digits so some type of loop will be useful


Web Design



  • Complete: html_lesson_9 - internal CSS styles
  • Complete: html_lesson_10: page layout (header/content/footer & comments)
    - html_9 & html_10 are due online by Fri Oct 26
  • Complete: html_lesson_11: simple horizontal menu
  • Complete: html_lesson_12: background tile images, adding a google form
  • Complete: html_lesson_13: special characters, blockquote
  • Complete: html_lesson_14: image borders, Google fonts
    *** this is the end of the "must do" lessons ***

    *** these next 5 are optional but highly recommended ***
  • html_lesson_15: using columns
  • html_lesson_16: simple revolving photo gallery
  • html_lesson_17: curved borders, text shadows
  • html_lesson_18: favicon
  • html_lesson_19: data tables

  • All caught up?
    - help others
    - make your index page more interesting to look at now that you know more html
    - play around with adding a test.html page if you like


STEM



  • Read: Submarine Cables - FAQ
  • View: Submarine Cable Map
  • Journal Post - Submarine Cables
    - Be sure to put this slide near the top and add the date and title
    - answer the following questions - not with just yes or no - add an explanation
    1. Is it true that sharks biting the cables is a problem?
    2. Cables can break just by wearing out - but what are some other things that cause them to break?
    3. Who uses submarine cables?
    4. How thick is a cable?
    5. How does fiber-optic technology work with the cables?
    6. What did you find most interesting about the cables?

  • Check-In: Scratch Tutorials (start & music checklist)
    - be sure you have the 1st two tutorials ready for review

  • Continue: Scratch Classroom (White Day)
  • Continue: Scratch Classroom (Blue Day)
    - tutorials to be completed _ be sure to save these as projects so I can view them
    1. Getting Started
    2. Make Music
    3. Make it Fly
    4. Let's Dance
    5. Animate a Name
    6. Fashion Game
    7. Create a Virtual Pet



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