Monday, March 31, 2014

4/1 April Fool


Do Now: Search for the definition for the Word of the Day and capture it in citelighter, then paraphrase it in your own words.  
Word of the Day: Dirty, Dull, and Dangerous

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(Project is worth 50% of the marking period grade)

Read:Project Directions


Question of the Day:  
  1. What will we do if Robots do everything? Write your Introduction.
  2. Can Robots improve your life?  List 3 positives.
    1. They will do the dirty, dull and dangerous jobs.
    2. They will help us make a safer world.
    3. They will give us more time to do what we want.
  3. Will Robots replace humans?  List 3 negatives.
    1. They will take our jobs.
    2. They will take away our privacy.
    3. We will become dependent on them.
  4. How will robots effect our future?  Write your conclusion.
Include your resources.
  1. Complete the Comic Life Tutorial.  
  2. Download and Start your Project.
  3. Make a list of 3 negative of Robots.  Cite your sources.
  4. Include images and also post to your Blog.
  5.  How to turn in your project
  • Name:  


    Robot Rubric
    Possible Points
    Earned Points
    Included 4 Images, Your Image, and an Internet Image
    6

    Included Balloons, Captions, and Lettering
    6

    Modify Images
    6

    Images enhance the project
    6

    Develop a clear topic or central idea
    6

    Support ideas with details, explanations, and examples
    6

    Put your ideas in the order that best communicates what you are trying to say
    10
    Clearly describes 3 positive effect and benefits on society
    10

    Clearly describes 3 negative effect and fears on society
    10

    Clearly identifies a possible solution
    10

    Includes research and sites from least 2 sources
    6

    6

    6

    6

Daily Objectives: 
  • Using the World Wide Web and a blog, students will describe similarities and differences, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 80% on writing rubric.
  • Students will read, discuss and analyze information from articles, analyze, and think critically about online context, using written (Blog post), graphic, pictorial, or multi-media methods, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.
  • Given a variety of multimedia texts and videos, students will analyze online issues and tecnological effects, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 80% on writing rubric.
  • Students will watch videos and complete an assessment with 80% or better.


Do Now: Search for the definition for the Word of the Day and capture it in citelighter, then paraphrase it in your own words.
Word of the Day: Sustainable

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(Project is worth 50% of the marking period grade)
Check out Mr. Viereck's Recycle Magazine

Question of the Day:  Research and write 2 paragraphs and a bibliography use (citelighter.com).

Why Recycle? - Eco-Cycle

  1. Evaluate the Recycling Program at Campus High School.  Why is it important to recycle?
    "Why Recycle?." Why Recycle?. n.p., n.d. Web. 26 March 2014.
    Why Recycle?. n.p., n.d. Web. 26 March 2014.
    http://www.wastereduction.unc.edu/WhyRecycle.
  2. Describe how you would start a recycling program at Campus High School. What do we need to do to start a recycling program at Campus High School?
  3. Include the bibliography for 2 sources.
  4. Include your name and date on the bottom.
Please follow along as we start the Recyclables Project together!

Requirements

Possible
Points
Earned
Points
1
Web Page



Folder was created and named properly
10


Tables had correct title and changed background color
10


Table had correct number of columns
10


Table had correct number of rows
10


Horizontal rule was correct incorporated
10


Table had the correct border
10


HTML page had student's name and date
10

2
Web Page clearly addresses the Global issue
6

3
Clearly identifies a possible solution
6

4
Clearly includes research from resources
6

5
Clearly addresses sustainability
6

6
Includes benefits to the environment
6


Total
100

Daily Objectives: 
  • Students will read the text on HTML Links to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 80% on writing rubric.
  • After reading the text, students will complete the HTML Links assessment, with a score of 9 out of 10 or better.
  • Using Dreamweaver students will create an HTML Web Page, with a student performance at the basic level

Friday, March 28, 2014

3/31 Project


Do Now: Search for the definition for the Word of the Day and capture it in citelighter, then paraphrase it in your own words.  
Word of the Day: Dirty, Dull, and Dangerous

Check out Mr. Viereck's Robot Magazine Sign up for FlipBoard and Get the App on your phone or tablet. 
(Project is worth 50% of the marking period grade)

Read:Project Directions


Question of the Day:  
  1. What will we do if Robots do everything? Write your Introduction.
  2. Can Robots improve your life?  List 3 positives.
    1. Robots will do the dirty, dull and dangerous jobs.
    2. Robots will help us make a safer world.
    3. Robots will give us more time to do what we want.
  3. Will Robots replace humans?  List 3 negatives.
    1. Robots will take our jobs.
    2. Robots will take away our privacy.
    3. We will become dependent on Robots.
  4. How will robots effect our future?  Write your conclusion.
Include your resources.
  1. Complete the Comic Life Tutorial.  
  2. Download and Start your Project.
  3. Make a list of 3 negative of Robots.  Cite your sources.
  4. Include images and also post to your Blog.
  5. How to turn in your project
  • Name:  


    Robot Rubric
    Possible Points
    Earned Points
    Included 4 Images, Your Image, and an Internet Image
    6

    Included Balloons, Captions, and Lettering
    6

    Modify Images
    6

    Images enhance the project
    6

    Develop a clear topic or central idea
    6

    Support ideas with details, explanations, and examples
    6

    Put your ideas in the order that best communicates what you are trying to say
    10
    Clearly describes 3 positive effect and benefits on society
    10

    Clearly describes 3 negative effect and fears on society
    10

    Clearly identifies a possible solution
    10

    Includes research and sites from least 2 sources
    6

    6

    6

    6

Daily Objectives: 
  • Using the World Wide Web and a blog, students will describe similarities and differences, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 80% on writing rubric.
  • Students will read, discuss and analyze information from articles, analyze, and think critically about online context, using written (Blog post), graphic, pictorial, or multi-media methods, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 6 out of 12 on the project rubric.
  • Given a variety of multimedia texts and videos, students will analyze online issues and tecnological effects, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 80% on writing rubric.
  • Students will watch videos and complete an assessment with 80% or better.


Do Now: Search for the definition for the Word of the Day and capture it in citelighter, then paraphrase it in your own words.
Word of the Day: Sustainable


(Project is worth 50% of the marking period grade)
Check out Mr. Viereck's Recycle Magazine

Question of the Day:  Research and write 2 paragraphs and a bibliography use (citelighter.com).

Why Recycle? - Eco-Cycle

  1. Evaluate the Recycling Program at Campus High School.  Why is it important to recycle?
    "Why Recycle?." Why Recycle?. n.p., n.d. Web. 26 March 2014.
    Why Recycle?. n.p., n.d. Web. 26 March 2014.
    http://www.wastereduction.unc.edu/WhyRecycle.
  2. Describe how you would start a recycling program at Campus High School. What do we need to do to start a recycling program at Campus High School?
  3. Include the bibliography for 2 sources.
  4. Include your name and date on the bottom.
Please follow along as we start the Recyclables Project together!

Requirements

Possible
Points
Earned
Points
1
Web Page



Folder was created and named properly
10


Tables had correct title and changed background color
10


Table had correct number of columns
10


Table had correct number of rows
10


Horizontal rule was correct incorporated
10


Table had the correct border
10


HTML page had student's name and date
10

2
Web Page clearly addresses the Global issue
6

3
Clearly identifies a possible solution
6

4
Clearly includes research from resources
6

5
Clearly addresses sustainability
6

6
Includes benefits to the environment
6


Total
100

Daily Objectives: 
  • Students will read the text on HTML Links to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing, with a student performance at the basic level or above and 80% on writing rubric.
  • After reading the text, students will complete the HTML Links assessment, with a score of 9 out of 10 or better.
  • Using Dreamweaver students will create an HTML Web Page, with a student performance at the basic level