Wednesday, April 27, 2011

4/27 Works Cited

Post a response to the Question of the Day in 5 minutes or less, using complete sentences, use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.

The source of the saying "Give Credit Where Credit is Due" traces back to either a roman quote which means "Give Caesar what belongs to Caesar, give to God what belongs to God" also found in the bible in Romans, "Render therefore to all men their due". With the timeless references, Give Credit Where Credit is Due a concept that has withstood the test of time and can serve as a principle by which to guide interaction with others.

ICT Essentials 1  Big 6 Quiz  - Review
Question of the Day: Why do you think it is important to cite the sources you used when completing your project?  Complete a work cited slide at the end of your project using Zotero.

Daily Objectives: 
Engage (e.g. read, hear, view, touch) the information in a source.Extract relevant information from a source.Collect and analyze data to identify solutions and/or make informed decisions.Advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology.Organize information from multiple sources.

Word of the Day:  Works Cited (it is similar to a bibliography) - an alphabetical list of the sources (also called "works") you used in the body of your project. 
Question of the Day: What does "Give Credit Where Credit is Due" mean to you?  How does this apply particularly to social networking and electronic media?

Daily Objectives: 
Develop a script to control movement of a sprite with the mouse.Create a sprite with random movements.Change a sprites costume when a specific condition is met.Duplicate and modify sprite properties and scripts.Describe and use multiple threads  to create a computer program.

Word of the Day:  Use of Variables. This involves the storage, retrieval, and modification of data during application execution.

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