• THIS IS FOR A TEST GRADE.
  1. Create a brochure that promotes this class–FINISH NEXT CLASSHow you will be graded:
    1. Publisher tools/skills applied
    2. Completeness–did you cover everything we did in this class?
    3. Design–looks professionally designed–good balance, good color, good font
    4. Proofreading–No errors in capitalization, punctuation, spelling, etc.
    5. Overall quality

    Create a brochure that promotes this class–COMPLETE IT

    How you will be graded:

    1. Publisher tools/skills applied
    2. Completeness–did you cover everything we did in this class?
    3. Design–looks professionally designed–good balance, good color, good font
    4. Proofreading–No errors in capitalization, punctuation, spelling, etc.
    5. Overall quality

    Create a website that promotes this class–FINISH NEXT CLASS

    How you will be graded:

    1. Weebly tools/skills applied
    2. Completeness–did you cover everything we did in this class?
    3. Design–looks professionally designed–good balance, good color, good font
    4. Proofreading–No errors in capitalization, punctuation, spelling, etc.
    5. Overall quality

    Create a website that promotes this class–FINISH

    How you will be graded:

    1. Weebly tools/skills applied
    2. Completeness–did you cover everything we did in this class?
    3. Design–looks professionally designed–good balance, good color, good font
    4. Proofreading–No errors in capitalization, punctuation, spelling, etc.
    5. Overall quality

    LAST DAY

    Create your own user feedback survey
    HOW TO PRINT WHEN YOU ARE DONE:

    1. Put your name at the bottom of the BACK panel
    2. FILE menu
    3. Print
    4. HP Officejet Pro 8600 (Network)
    5. Change PRINT ONE SIDED to PRINT ON BOTH SIDES FLIP SHEETS ON SHORT EDGE
    6. PRINT

    HOW TO SAVE AS A PDF:

    1. In Publisher, click FILE
    2. SAVE AS
    3. BROWSE
    4. In the SAVE AS TYPE (it is below the filename box) choose PDF
    5. Click Save

    HOW TO SHARE ON EDMODO:

    1. Log in to Edmodo
    2. Send a NOTE to 2014-2015 7th Grade Tech Apps–click the ATTACH FILE button below the note (when you point at it, it says FILE…it looks like a piece of paper)
    3. Browse to find your PDF file from your Google Drive on your MACHINE & upload it
    4. Also, include the link for your PUBLISHED weebly site for this class.
    5. Click SEND

    LOOK AT YOUR CLASSMATES PROGRAMS–VOTE ON THE BEST ONE

     

TODAY AND THE NEXT 8 CLASSES TO FINISH YOUR SAFETY DAY WORKSHOP

GOAL: Before you leave today you will research and learn about your topic.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Get with your group and decide what each of you will accomplish today–5 minutes
  2. DO IT–30 minutes
  3. Get together with your group, talk about what each of you learned and accomplished today–10 minutes
  4. Talk with your group about what you will do next class–5 minutes

YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT 7 CLASSES TO FINISH YOUR SAFETY DAY WORKSHOP

GOAL: Before you leave today you will research and learn about your topic.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Get with your group and decide what each of you will accomplish today–5 minutes
  2. DO IT–30 minutes
  3. Get together with your group, talk about what each of you learned and accomplished today–10 minutes
  4. Talk with your group about what you will do next class–5 minutes

YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT 6 CLASSES TO FINISH YOUR SAFETY DAY WORKSHOP

GOAL: Before you leave today you will research and learn about your topic.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Get with your group and decide what each of you will accomplish today–5 minutes
  2. DO IT–30 minutes
  3. Get together with your group, talk about what each of you learned and accomplished today–10 minutes
  4. Talk with your group about what you will do next class–5 minutes

YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT 5 CLASSES TO FINISH YOUR SAFETY DAY WORKSHOP

GOAL: Before you leave today you will plan your workshop for the 4th & 5th grade students.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Get with your group and decide what each of you will accomplish today–5 minutes
  2. DO IT–30 minutes
  3. Get together with your group, talk about what each of you learned and accomplished today–10 minutes
  4. Talk with your group about what you will do next class–5 minutes

FINISH YOUR SAFETY DAY WORKSHOP

GOAL: Before you leave today you will plan your workshop for the 4th & 5th grade students.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Get with your group and decide what each of you will accomplish today–5 minutes
  2. DO IT–30 minutes
  3. Get together with your group, talk about what each of you learned and accomplished today–10 minutes
  4. Talk with your group about what you will do next class–5 minutes

PRACTICE YOUR SAFETY DAY WORKSHOP

GOAL: Before you leave today you will practice your workshop for the 4th & 5th grade students.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Present your workshop to our class

Fix YOUR SAFETY DAY WORKSHOP

GOAL: Before you leave today you will fix your workshop for the 4th & 5th grade students.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Fix your workshop to practice it again during Comet Time tomorrow with the 6th graders.

PRACTICE SAFETY DAY WITH 6TH GRADERS DURING COMET TIME

FINE TUNE SAFETY DAY

Scenario: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to create a promotional poster for the “Comet Music Showcase”. Here are the details:

  1. Paper size: 8.5 X 14
  2. Presented by the Music Boosters
  3. April 26, 2016
  4. At BHS
  5. 7:00 pm
  6. Adults $3.00
  7. Students/Seniors $2.00
  8. Dessert/Drink included
  9. Jazz/Choir/Band
  10. A Casual Evening Sharing Our Student’s Musical Talents

Scenario: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to create a promotional poster for the “Comet Music Showcase”. Here are the details:

  1. Paper size: 8.5 X 14
  2. Presented by the Music Boosters
  3. April 26, 2016
  4. At BHS
  5. 7:00 pm
  6. Adults $3.00
  7. Students/Seniors $2.00
  8. Dessert/Drink included
  9. Jazz/Choir/Band
  10. A Casual Evening Sharing Our Student’s Musical Talents

GOAL: Before you leave today you will tie up some loose ends and learn more about graphic arts businesses.

  1. GET READY FOR SAFETY DAY
    1. Meet with your team and go through your presentation one final time.
    2. Make sure you have enough copies of everything–you will see 90 students
    3. Give your signed permission slip to your teacher
    4. Meet in the Commons area Wednesday at 12:15 pm
  2. PRINT THE POSTER
    1. If you didn’t print your posters from last class, do it now.
    2. Someone check with Nicole to see if she has more legal size paper
  3. THE BUZZ CREATIVE GROUP
    1. Go to http://buzzcreativegroup.com/
    2. Check out their website–ALL OF IT
    3. In a Google Doc shared with me, answer the following:
      1. What did you find to be the most interesting?
      2. What is your overall impression of their business?
      3. What questions do you have?
  4. OTHER GRAPHIC ART BUSINESSES
    1. Search the Internet for other businesses within a 100 mile radius that does work similar to The Buzz Creative Group.
    2. In the same Google Doc as above, answer the following questions:
      1. What is the name of the business?
      2. What is the website address?
      3. What services do they offer?
      4. What did you find to be the most interesting?
      5. What is your overall impression of their business?
      6. What questions do you have?

SAFETY DAY

CREATE A SURVEYMONKEY FOR THE 4TH & 5TH GRADERS

Scenario: You have been hired by Bellevue Community School District to create an infographic which will be distributed to staff in the school district so they will better understand the role of the instructional coaches in our school district next year.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Find examples of infographics online
  2. Have a team meeting. Talk to your group about what an infographic is. Look at examples. Discuss what should get accomplished today and DO IT!
  3. Draw a schetch on a piece of scratch paper
  4. Create a new Publisher file and begin!
  5. Use these as a guide: Poster_Word Poster_Word2 BellevueComets_OneColor-01 BellevueComets_OneColor-01 (1) Poster
    BC_OD_or_AD
    DirectMail

AT THE END OF CLASS:

  1. Show your team what you accomplished.

Instructional Coaches

Instructional Coaches Are…

  • Staff Members
  • Listeners
  • Confidential
  • Collaborators/Team Players – Working with teachers to assist in
  • Substitutes (if schedule permits) during model teacher visits
  • Focused on Growth Mindset
  • Involved with District-Wide and Building Level Professional Development
  • Providers of Encouragement to “fail”

Instructional Coaches Assist with…

  • Instruction and student learning
  • Modeling/Co-Teaching
  • Working with small or large groups of students
  • Lesson Planning
  • Planning for model teacher visits
  • Gathering Resources
  • Brainstorming
  • Technology Support
  • Co-Planning for Lessons and Units
  • Differentiation Support
  • Relevance Support in Lessons
  • Sharing strategies and learning interventions
  • Analyzing student work collaboratively
  • Professional Learning
  • Discussing Issues and Concerns
  • Creating Assessments (Formative and Summative)
  • Collecting and analyzing data
  • Standards-Based Grading
  • Effective Questioning
  • Increasing Student Engagement/Student Investment
  • Student Observations

Coaches Are Not…

  • Administrators
  • “Reporters” to the administration
  • Evaluative
  • Administratively Mandated
  • In a hierarchy
  • Making decisions on instruction independently
  • Substitute Teachers
  • Judgemental

Scenario: You have been hired by Bellevue Community School District to create an infographic which will be distributed to staff in the school district so they will better understand the role of the instructional coaches in our school district next year.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Have a team meeting. Talk to your group about what should get accomplished today and DO IT!
  2. Use these as a guide: Poster_Word Poster_Word2BellevueComets_OneColor-01BellevueComets_OneColor-01 (1)Poster
    BC_OD_or_AD
    DirectMail

AT THE END OF CLASS:

  1. Show your team what you accomplished.

Instructional Coaches

Instructional Coaches Are…

  • Staff Members
  • Listeners
  • Confidential
  • Collaborators/Team Players – Working with teachers to assist in
  • Substitutes (if schedule permits) during model teacher visits
  • Focused on Growth Mindset
  • Involved with District-Wide and Building Level Professional Development
  • Providers of Encouragement to “fail”

Instructional Coaches Assist with…

  • Instruction and student learning
  • Modeling/Co-Teaching
  • Working with small or large groups of students
  • Lesson Planning
  • Planning for model teacher visits
  • Gathering Resources
  • Brainstorming
  • Technology Support
  • Co-Planning for Lessons and Units
  • Differentiation Support
  • Relevance Support in Lessons
  • Sharing strategies and learning interventions
  • Analyzing student work collaboratively
  • Professional Learning
  • Discussing Issues and Concerns
  • Creating Assessments (Formative and Summative)
  • Collecting and analyzing data
  • Standards-Based Grading
  • Effective Questioning
  • Increasing Student Engagement/Student Investment
  • Student Observations

Coaches Are Not…

  • Administrators
  • “Reporters” to the administration
  • Evaluative
  • Administratively Mandated
  • In a hierarchy
  • Making decisions on instruction independently
  • Substitute Teachers
  • Judgemental

FINISH

Scenario: You have been hired by Bellevue Community School District to create an infographic which will be distributed to staff in the school district so they will better understand the role of the instructional coaches in our school district next year.

RIGHT NOW:

  1. Have a team meeting. Talk to your group about what should get accomplished today and DO IT!
  2. Use these as a guide: Poster_Word Poster_Word2BellevueComets_OneColor-01BellevueComets_OneColor-01 (1)Poster
    BC_OD_or_AD
    DirectMail

AT THE END OF CLASS:

  1. Show your team what you accomplished.

Instructional Coaches

Instructional Coaches Are…

  • Staff Members
  • Listeners
  • Confidential
  • Collaborators/Team Players – Working with teachers to assist in
  • Substitutes (if schedule permits) during model teacher visits
  • Focused on Growth Mindset
  • Involved with District-Wide and Building Level Professional Development
  • Providers of Encouragement to “fail”

Instructional Coaches Assist with…

  • Instruction and student learning
  • Modeling/Co-Teaching
  • Working with small or large groups of students
  • Lesson Planning
  • Planning for model teacher visits
  • Gathering Resources
  • Brainstorming
  • Technology Support
  • Co-Planning for Lessons and Units
  • Differentiation Support
  • Relevance Support in Lessons
  • Sharing strategies and learning interventions
  • Analyzing student work collaboratively
  • Professional Learning
  • Discussing Issues and Concerns
  • Creating Assessments (Formative and Summative)
  • Collecting and analyzing data
  • Standards-Based Grading
  • Effective Questioning
  • Increasing Student Engagement/Student Investment
  • Student Observations

Coaches Are Not…

  • Administrators
  • “Reporters” to the administration
  • Evaluative
  • Administratively Mandated
  • In a hierarchy
  • Making decisions on instruction independently
  • Substitute Teachers
  • Judgemental

GOAL: Before you leave class today you will create flyers that promote the Memorial Day program to be placed in area businesses. Below are some examples used last year. Just change the date to May 30, 2016 and the theme to FOCUS ON Memorial Day:

kaylynn
madison
sally

GOAL: Before you leave class today you will create a program for the Memorial Day program to be distributed before the Memorial Day program. Below are some examples used last year. Just change the date to May 30, 2016 and the theme to FOCUS ON Memorial Day:

cade-Memorial-day-program
sally-Memorial-Day-Program

USE A DOT LEADER TAB!!!

GOAL: Before you leave class today you will create a program for the Memorial Day program to be distributed before the Memorial Day program. Below are some examples used last year. Just change the date to May 30, 2016 and the theme to FOCUS ON Memorial Day:

cade-Memorial-day-program
sally-Memorial-Day-Program

USE A DOT LEADER TAB!!!

Include images on the front of the following:

  • Soldiers Memorial Monument–Civil War
  • National Memorial Arch.–Revolutionary War
  • Vietnam Memorial
  • World War II Memorial
  • Korean War
  • Middle Eastern Conflict
  • WW I

Also include:

150th Anniversary of Memorial Day 1866 – 2016

GOAL: Before you leave class today you will create a program for the Memorial Day program to be distributed before the Memorial Day program. Below are some examples used last year. Just change the date to May 30, 2016 and the theme to FOCUS ON Memorial Day:

cade-Memorial-day-program
sally-Memorial-Day-Program

USE A DOT LEADER TAB!!!

Include images on the front of the following:

  • Soldiers Memorial Monument–Civil War
  • National Memorial Arch.–Revolutionary War
  • Vietnam Memorial
  • World War II Memorial
  • Korean War
  • Middle Eastern Conflict
  • WW I

Also include:

150th Anniversary of Memorial Day 1866 – 2016

FINISH MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM

DO STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP CERTIFICATE

FINISH MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM

DO STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP CERTIFICATE

SILVER CORD CERTIFICATE FOR MR. RECKER

Scenario: You have been hired by Bellevue Middle/High School to create a brochure which will be distributed to people who would like more information about our middle/high school.

RIGHT NOW:

  • Have a team meeting. Talk to your group about the plan you put together last class for today. Discuss what should get accomplished today and DO IT!
  • Decide what you will place on each panel–draw it on a piece of scratch paper

AT THE END OF CLASS:

  1. Think of questions to ask Mr. Recker. He is your customer. Think about him as your customer and questions you should ask to be sure you are meeting the needs of your customer. Share a Google Doc with him containing questions you would like to ask him. Use good writing skills.

Project Criteria:

  1. Work in a small group–3 to 4 people
  2. YOU EACH MUST CREATE YOUR OWN PUBLISHER FILE FOR THIS PROJECT IN ORDER TO PROVIDE YOUR CUSTOMER WITH CHOICES!!!!
  3. Use the district website to get information
  4. Get current photographs
  5. Cover page includes:
    1. Bellevue Middle/High School
    2. 1601 State Street
    3. Bellevue, IA 52031
    4. phone number (563) 872-4001
    5. fax number (563) 872-3216
    6. website address (www.bellevue.k12.ia.us)
    7. picture of school
  6. Created By: Your Name on the back
  7. Each panel needs to be:
    1. Evenly balanced
    2. Error-free
    3. Contain at least 1 image/clipart
    4. Use only 1-2 different fonts
    5. Use school colors
    6. Group at least 2 objects
    7. Some tools you may want to use:
      1. Crop
      2. Tables

6 Panel Brochure Possible Panel topics:

  1. Title panel
  2. Back cover panel
  3. Extracurriculars
  4. Academics
  5. Technology
  6. Athletics
  7. Music
  8. Clubs/Organization

Scenario: You have been hired by Bellevue Middle/High School to create a brochure which will be distributed to people who would like more information about our middle/high school.

RIGHT NOW:

Have a team meeting. Talk to your group about the plan you put together last class for today. Discuss what should get accomplished today and DO IT!

Decide what you will place on each panel–draw it on a piece of scratch paper

AT THE END OF CLASS:

  1. Have a meeting with your team. What did you accomplish? What still needs to be done? What will you do next class? MAKE A PLAN FOR NEXT CLASS.
  2. Do you need to consult your customer? Mr. Recker? If so, share a Google Doc with him. Be sure to use good writing skills.

REMINDER ON THE PROJECT CRITERIA:

  1. Use the district website to get information
  2. YOU EACH MUST CREATE YOUR OWN PUBLISHER FILE FOR THIS PROJECT IN ORDER TO PROVIDE YOUR CUSTOMER WITH CHOICES!!!!
  3. Get current photographs
  4. Cover page includes:
    1. Bellevue Middle/High School
    2. 1601 State Street
    3. Bellevue, IA 52031
    4. phone number (563) 872-4001
    5. fax number (563) 872-3216
    6. website address (www.bellevue.k12.ia.us)
    7. picture of school
  5. Created By: Your Name on the back
  6. Each panel needs to be:
    1. Evenly balanced
    2. Error-free
    3. Contain at least 1 image/clipart
    4. Use only 1-2 different fonts
    5. Use school colors
    6. Group at least 2 objects
    7. Some tools you may want to use:
      1. Crop
      2. Tables

6 Panel Brochure Possible Panel topics:

  1. Title panel
  2. Back cover panel
  3. Extracurriculars
  4. Academics
  5. Technology
  6. Athletics
  7. Music
  8. Clubs/Organizations

YOU HAVE TODAY AND NEXT CLASS TO FINISH THIS PROJECT

Scenario: You have been hired by Bellevue Middle/High School to create a brochure which will be distributed to people who would like more information about our middle/high school.

RIGHT NOW:

Have a team meeting. Talk to your group about the plan you put together last class for today. Discuss what should get accomplished today and DO IT!

REMEMBER: Each person on your team needs to create their own version of this brochure in order to offer your customer options!! Help each other on your team!! Ask for the opinion of people on your team.

AT THE END OF CLASS:

  1. Have a meeting with your team. What did you accomplish? What still needs to be done? What will you do next class? MAKE A PLAN FOR NEXT CLASS.
  2. Do you need to consult your customer? Mr. Recker? If so, share a Google Doc with him. Be sure to use good writing skills.

REMINDER ON THE PROJECT CRITERIA:

  1. Use the district website to get information
  2. Get current photographs
  3. Cover page includes:
    1. Bellevue Middle/High School
    2. 1601 State Street
    3. Bellevue, IA 52031
    4. phone number (563) 872-4001
    5. fax number (563) 872-3216
    6. website address (www.bellevue.k12.ia.us)
    7. picture of school
  4. Created By: Your Name on the back
  5. Each panel needs to be:
    1. Evenly balanced
    2. Error-free
    3. Contain at least 1 image/clipart
    4. Use only 1-2 different fonts
    5. Use school colors
    6. Group at least 2 objects
    7. Some tools you may want to use:
      1. Crop
      2. Tables

6 Panel Brochure Possible Panel topics:

  1. Title panel
  2. Back cover panel
  3. Extracurriculars
  4. Academics
  5. Technology
  6. Athletics
  7. Music
  8. Clubs/Organizations

EVERYONE NEEDS TO WORK ON THEIR OWN PUBLISHER FILE–Consult you teammate for help and/or their opinion

WORK ON THE BMS/BHS BROCHURE:

  1. Get your brochure on your screen & make finishing touches.
  2. Print it and put it in front of your machine.
  3. Rotate around the room and offer suggestions to your classmates on what they could possibly do better……
  4. Go back to your seat, read the comments from your classmates, make changes, if necessary, and re-print and hand it in.
  5. Save it as a PDF file
  6. Send it to me as an attachment in an Edmodo note. Also, in the note, include at least 5 advanced features of Publisher that used to create the brochure. Use good writing skills.
  7. Your writing for today: Share a Google Doc with me stating how you think you and your group members should be graded on this project. List the skill and then provide the number of points. Provide a description of each skill.

Scenario: You have been hired by Bellevue Middle/High School to create a brochure which will be distributed to people who would like more information about our middle/high school.

REMINDER ON THE PROJECT CRITERIA:

  1. Use the district website to get information
  2. Get current photographs
  3. Cover page includes:
    1. Bellevue Middle/High School
    2. 1601 State Street
    3. Bellevue, IA 52031
    4. phone number (563) 872-4001
    5. fax number (563) 872-3216
    6. website address (www.bellevue.k12.ia.us)
    7. picture of school
  4. Created By: Your Name on the back
  5. Each panel needs to be:
    1. Evenly balanced
    2. Error-free
    3. Contain at least 1 image/clipart
    4. Use only 1-2 different fonts
    5. Use school colors
    6. Group at least 2 objects
    7. Some tools you may want to use:
      1. Crop
      2. Tables

6 Panel Brochure Possible Panel topics:

  1. Title panel
  2. Back cover panel
  3. Extracurriculars
  4. Academics
  5. Technology
  6. Athletics
  7. Music
  8. Clubs/Organizations

AT THE END OF CLASS:

  1. Have a meeting with your team. What did you accomplish? What still needs to be done? What will you do next class? MAKE A PLAN FOR NEXT CLASS.
  2. Do you need to consult your customer? Mr. Recker? If so, share a Google Doc with him. Be sure to use good writing

YOU HAVE TODAY AND NEXT CLASS TO FINISH!!

EVERYONE NEEDS TO WORK ON THEIR OWN PUBLISHER FILE–Consult you teammate for help and/or their opinion

WORK ON THE BMS/BHS BROCHURE:

  1. Get your brochure on your screen & make finishing touches.
  2. Get a piece of scratch paper out of the recycle bin & place it beside your computer.
  3. Rotate around the room and offer suggestions to your classmates on what they could possibly do better……
  4. Go back to your seat, read the comments from your classmates, make changes, if necessary, and hand it in by doing the following:
    1. File
    2. Save as
    3. Under FILE TYPE in the Save As dialog box, choose PDF file
    4. Send it to me as an attachment in an Edmodo note. Also, in the note, include at least 5 advanced features of Publisher that used to create the brochure. Use good writing skills.

REMINDER ON THE PROJECT CRITERIA:

  1. Use the district website to get information
  2. Get current photographs
  3. Cover page includes:
    1. Bellevue Middle/High School
    2. 1601 State Street
    3. Bellevue, IA 52031
    4. phone number (563) 872-4001
    5. fax number (563) 872-3216
    6. website address (www.bellevue.k12.ia.us)
    7. picture of school
  4. Created By: Your Name on the back
  5. Each panel needs to be:
    1. Evenly balanced
    2. Error-free
    3. Contain at least 1 image/clipart
    4. Use only 1-2 different fonts
    5. Use school colors
    6. Group at least 2 objects
    7. Some tools you may want to use:
      1. Crop
      2. Tables

FINISH THE BROCHURE TODAY!!!!

EVERYONE NEEDS TO WORK ON THEIR OWN PUBLISHER FILE–Consult you teammate for help and/or their opinion

WORK ON THE BMS/BHS BROCHURE:

  1. Get your brochure on your screen & make finishing touches.
  2. Hand it in by doing the following TWO things:
    1. IN EDMODO:
      1. File
      2. Save as
      3. Under FILE TYPE in the Save As dialog box, choose PDF file
      4. Send it to me as an attachment in an Edmodo note. Also, in the note, include at least 5 advanced features of Publisher that used to create the brochure. Use good writing skills.
    2. PRINT:
      1. File
      2. Print
      3. WEBER 2550 or HP OFFICEJET PRO 8600 (Network)
      4. Put LEGAL size paper in the printer feed box
      5. Click PRINT on your computer

REMINDER ON THE PROJECT CRITERIA:

  1. Use the district website to get information
  2. Get current photographs
  3. Cover page includes:
    1. Bellevue Middle/High School
    2. 1601 State Street
    3. Bellevue, IA 52031
    4. phone number (563) 872-4001
    5. fax number (563) 872-3216
    6. website address (www.bellevue.k12.ia.us)
    7. picture of school
  4. Created By: Your Name on the back
  5. Each panel needs to be:
    1. Evenly balanced
    2. Error-free
    3. Contain at least 1 image/clipart
    4. Use only 1-2 different fonts
    5. Use school colors
    6. Group at least 2 objects
    7. Some tools you may want to use:
      1. Crop
      2. Tables

FINISH THE BROCHURE:

  1. Hand it in by doing the following TWO things:
    1. IN EDMODO:
      1. File
      2. Save as
      3. Under FILE TYPE in the Save As dialog box, choose PDF file
      4. Send it to me as an attachment in an Edmodo note. Also, in the note, include at least 5 advanced features of Publisher that used to create the brochure. Use good writing skills.
    2. PRINT:
      1. File
      2. Print
      3. WEBER 2550 or HP OFFICEJET PRO 8600 (Network)
      4. Put LEGAL size paper in the printer feed box
      5. Click PRINT on your computer

 

 

Online Banking

    1. Go through the Money and Banking section. Be sure to answer the following questions as you go (remember you may want to use the DICTIONARY on the remote on the web site):1. What does currency consist of?2. Where is money created in the US?3. What is the definition of economy?4. Money moves in a _______.5. Explain how interest works both ways?6. List 2 things banks do.7. List 3 things banks offer.8. List 5 ways to increase your earning power.9. What is the definition of ATM?10. What is the definition of loan?
    2. Typing Club
    3. Review: Answer the following questions on your own and we will go over them together.
      1. Two different stores are advertising the same brand and the same size bottles of soda. Store A: 3 bottles of soda for $6.50 and Store B: 4 bottles of soda for $8.89
        1. How much will bottles of soda cost at Store B?
        2. How much will 4 bottles of soda cost at Store A?
        3. At which store will you get the best value for your money?
      2. Reaper Records has a special deal–buy 2 CDs and get the third at 30% off the least expensive CD. You want to buy 3 CDs that cost $16.99, $15.99, and $15.50. How much will the 3 CDs cost?
      3. You want to buy a jacket that is on sale for $49.95. If you are paid $2.75 an hour for babysitting, how many hours will you have to babysit to earn enough money to pay for the jacket?
    4. Based on what you learned in You and Your Money, type, in your own words, what each of the following means to you:1. Interest working both ways.2. Services banks offer.3. ATM4. Ways to increase your earning power5. Money moving in a circle
    5. Begin Lesson 2 of Hands On Banking. Answer the following questions as you go:

       

 

www.handsonbanking.com

Lesson 2–Budgeting

1. What does budgeting help you do?

2. What is income?

3. What are expenses?

4. What is the goal of a budget?

5. What are some ways to earn income?

6. Write down your answers for the 5 questions.

7. What are the 3 different types of expenses and explain what each one means and give an example of each.

8. Write down your answers for the 4 questions.

9. What are 3 good things to remember about a budget?

10. Print your budget and take it home to show your parents. BE REALISTIC!

11. What are some tips to stick to your budget?

12. Write down your answers about the shopping list.

 

      1. Typing Club
      2. Finish Lesson 2 of Hands On Banking
      3. Writing Assignment: In Edmodo you are your mom/dad. You need to explain to your son/daughter about the importance of budgeting. Write a letter to them. Be sure to include an explanation of income, expenses, and what is left over. Also explain some tips to use in order to help your child to stick to their budget. Be prepared to share with the class.

 

      1. Typing Club
      2. Online Banking: Savings & Checking
        1. Answer the following questions:
          1. Why is saving important?
          2. What does is mean to earn interest?
          3. Does everyone earn the same amount of interest? Explain.
          4. What does the bank do with your money in your savings account?
          5. What does “principal” mean?
          6. What are the 2 types of interest? Which one earns more money? Explain.
          7. What is the rule of 72?
          8. What is a deposit?
          9. What is a withdrawal?
          10. What is the differences/similarities between a regular savings account, a CD, and a money market account?
          11. Can you open a savings account? Explain.
          12. What does PIN mean?
          13. What does ATM mean?
          14. What is the difference between a checking account and a savings account?
          15. What does “balancing your account” mean?

         

      1. MAKE UP DAY
      2. Review: Get a Budget Practice Worksheet from your teacher. Answer it to the best of your ability ON YOUR OWN!!! We will check it together

         

      1. Review:
        1. Your bank statement shows you have a balance of $268.93. All the checks you have written during this statement period are shown on the account statement. But there is a deposit missing. If your account register shows you have a balance of $302.43, how much is the missing deposit?
        2. Your account balances this month! After you added in a check for $12.89 missing from this month’s statement, you have calculated that the balance in your checking account is $75.62. What is the balance that is on the statement? What is the balance you show in your account register?
        3. Suppost the balance in your check register is $143.61. All the checks and all the deposits for this statement period match up with your account register, but the balance on the bank statement period match up with account register, but the balance on the bank statement is $145.61. What will you do now?
        4. Get copies of checks & check register.
          1. Fill out checks for different amounts. Be sure to include amounts that include no cents or no dollars.
          2. Record the sample checks you wrote and do the computation in your register. Start with a beginning balance of $500

           

      1. Online Banking: Credit & You
      2. Answer the following questions as you work through this section:
        1. What is credit? Is it good, bad, or both? Explain.
        2. How do you earn credit?
        3. Is credit history important? Explain.
        4. What is a “bad check”?
        5. What is “income”?
        6. When and how can you get a credit card?
        7. When it comes to credit, is interest good or bad? Explain.
        8. What is APR?
        9. What is bad credit and how do you develop bad credit?
        10. What is a loan?
        11. Can anyone get a loan? Explain.

 

    1. Online Banking: Credit & You Review
      1. Suppose a DVD player costs $199 (plus applicable sales tax). You want to buy it with your credit card. The interest is 18% APR (1.5% monthly). Use the Credit Calculator in the Hands on Banking program to figure out how much you would spend if you paid $20 a month. How many months would it take to pay for the DVD player?
      2. Assume you have a balance of $1,000 on your credit card, and the interest rate is 17.75% a year. To pay off the $1000 in three years, you will have to make minimum payments of $36.03 a month. How much will the $1000 loan coast you in interest?
      3. Once again, assume you have a balance of $1000 on your credit card, and the interest rate is 17.75% a year. To pay off the $1000 in FIVE years, you will have to make minimum payments of $25.26 a month. How much will the $1000 loan coast you in interest?
      4. You have a $1000 balance on your credit card, and the interest rate is 15.75% a year. If you make monthly payments of $174.41, how long will it take you to pay off the $1000?
      5. How much would you need to pay each month at 15.75% interest in order to pay off a $2000 loan in the same length of time?

Typing Club

    1. Online Banking: Smart Investing
      1. As you work through this section, answer the following questions:
        1. What type of account is good when trying to meet a short-term financial goal?
        2. What are some examples of long-term financial goals?
        3. What is the difference between saving & investing? Explain.
        4. What are some common types of investments?
        5. What does it mean to purchase stock?
        6. What are dividends?
        7. What are some factors that can affect stock prices?
        8. What is the difference between a mutual fund and a stock?
        9. What is a capital gain?
        10. What is profit?
        11. What is capital loss?
        12. Are you more likely to make more money on the stock market by buying & selling stocks often? Explain.

 

  1. Typing Club
  2. Review: Smart Investing
    1. Your friend wants you to invest in a business he is trying to set up. He will mow people’s lawns for $15 a lawn. He wants you to invest in his business by giving him $50 to buy a lawnmower. He will pay you a dividend every two months that is equal to 10% of his earnings during that time. Do you think this would be a good investment? Why or why not?
    2. Your friend wants to encourage other people to invest in his business. What suggestions will you make to him for appealing to other investors?
    3. Do the following WITHOUT using a calculator!!!
      1. You bought 2 shares of XYZ stock when it was selling for $42.00 a share. How much did the two shares cost you? If you sold the stock when it was selling for $45 a share, how much money did you make?
      2. You bought one share of stock in company ABC for $50. At the end of the year, the stock wa selling for $48. If you decide to sell the stock then, how much money will you have made?
      3. You deposited $50 in a savings account that paid 2% simple interest once a year. How much interest did you earn on your money in one year?
    4. What are some risks associated with investments?
  3. Make up work
  4. Online Banking Assessment NEXT CLASS
  1. Typing Club
  2. Online Assessment
    1. Watch this video clip on Google Search tips. This guy works for Google. Pretty interesting and useful tips! Make sure you have your headphones plugged!!
    2. Integrated Computer Projects
    3. Project 10–page 39–Internet Scavenger Hunt
      1. Be sure to use at least THREE search engines for EVERY question! You are comparing the search engines to see how each search engine works and what information each one provides. You will be asked to comment on EACH SEARCH ENGINE listed on page 40, so make sure you look at every search engine on the list at least 3-5 different times while answering the questions on pages 41-42.
      2. Type your answers to the questions on pages 41-42 in Word. Create a TABLE with 4 columns. Type in the column headings shown on page 41 and type your answers for each question. Remember to use at least THREE search engines to find every answer. Here is how you create the Table in Word (You can watch the steps below by clicking here):
        1. Create a new file in Word.
        2. Put your name in the header.
        3. Click on the Insert tab
        4. Click on the Table button and select 4 boxes going ACROSS and 10 going DOWN.
        5. To move from cell to cell in the table, hit the TAB key.
      3. In the same Word file, type a comment about each search engine–what you liked or didn’t like about it AND did it provide useful information.

 

  1. Complete:
      1. Integrated Computer Projects
      2. Project 15–Pages 64-66
      3. Read Page 64
      4. READ the questions on page 66
      5. Visit the following web sites and while you are at the web site, MENTALLY answer the 7 questions on page 66 to determine if the site is valid or invalid. NOT EVERYTHING ON THE WEB IS TRUE OR UNBIASED!!!! In a Word file and in your own words, state whether you think the site is valid or invalid and then EXPLAIN why.
        1. American Bald Eagle Information
        2. All for Animals
        3. Sea World
        4. National Wildlife Federation

     

  1. Typing Club
  2. ThinkQuest–History of Technology
  3. ThinkQuest–Finish researching the history of technology. Narrow your topic to ONE aspect of technology (examples: cell phone, computer, TV, camera, medical field). In a Word file take notes on the history of technology. You will present your findings on the history of technology to the class. TAKE GOOD NOTES!

 

  1. Typing Club
  2. ThinkQuest:
    1. Since you have decided on a topic, begin researching the HISTORY of your technology topic.
    2. Gather ideas and pictures from the Internet.
    3. Be sure to copy and paste the web site address (the URL) from all the web sites you are using information from.
    4. When collecting images, right clickon hte image and choose SAVE IMAGE AS and then save it to your folder, then copy and paste the URL of the site you got the picture from into the Word file you are keeping your notes in.
    5. When you find information you will use, in the Word file, type (IN YOUR OWN WORDS) notes. REMEMBER: YOU ARE NOT TYPING A REPORT–YOU ARE SIMPLY GATHERING INFORMATION RIGHT NOW!!!!
    6. Once you have collect a significant amount of information about the HISTORY of your topic, then begin research on the Future of that piece of technology.Take notes in the same Word file.

     

Club

    1. Get with your partner and organize your work for this project. You will need to have 3 parts to the project:
      1. History of Technology for your product
      1. Future of Technology for your produce
      2. How YOU see your product being used in the future
    2. Decide who is going to be responsible for which portions of your product. Communicate through Edmodo.

 

Typing Club

  1. Use MovieMaker to create a movie about your topic.
  2. Here is a web site with free background music. Just right click on the song you want and save it to your folder: http://greatinstrumentaldownloads.com
  3. Finish gathering facts & photos.

 

    1. Typing Club
    2. Use MovieMaker to create a movie about your topic. Here is a web site with free background music. Just right click on the song you want and save it to your folder: http://greatinstrumentaldownloads.com OR http://www.jamendo.com
    3. BUT, first create a STORYBOARD on how you want your information to be presented and in what order. You may work with your partner on this.

 

Typing Club

      1. Become familiar with MovieMaker.
      2. Use MovieMaker to create a movie about your topic.
      3. Here is a web site with free background music. Just right click on the song you want and save it to your folder: http://greatinstrumentaldownloads.com/ or http://www.jamendo.com

 

      1. Typing Club
      2. Complete Technology project–begin presenting next class. Here is how you will be graded.

 

 

    1. Typing Club
    2. Complete Technology project & begin presenting. Here is how you will be graded.
    3. Present Project. Here is how you will be graded
      1. Finish Football Flyer
      2. Play around in Publisher!
      3. Send me a note in Edmodo telling me what you learned today.
      4. Goal: Today you will have the opportunity to apply using Publisher to a real-world situation.
      5. Typing Club
      6. Practice: Subway Flyer–Subway is hiring
        1. You are manager at Subway. You are looking to hire a new employee to work the day shift.
        2. Create a Flyer in Publisher that you can hang on the front door of your Subway shop advertising an open position.
        3. Save your file to your folder.
      7. Upload Subway assignment to Edmodo
      8. Before you leave today you will have another opportunity to apply your Publisher skills to a real world situation.
      9. Typing Club
      10. Display Subway fliers and have students talk about them.
      11. Publisher Assignment #1–Flyer–Read the directions! You will work on this next class also. Take your time. Be creative. Follow the Desktop Publishing Rules in the Publisher Study Guide!
      12. Typing Club
      13. Publisher 2010 Video Clip
      14. Publisher Assignment #1–Flyer–Upload it to Edmodo
      15. BHS Vision–Using Publisher, make this into an eye-appealling poster that could be hung around school and around our community.
      16. Typing Web
      17. Create a business card for a teacher/staff member of Bellevue Community School District–either in the MS/HS or the elementary. Sure to include all important information:
        1. First & Last Name (Mrs. Tracy Weber)
        2. Job Title (Business Teacher)
        3. Bellevue Community School District
        4. 1601 State Street (Middle/High School) OR 100 Third Street (Elementary School)
        5. Bellevue, IA 52031
        6. Phone Number: 563-872-4001 (Middle/High School), 563-872-4003 (Elementary School)
        7. FAX: 563-872-3216
        8. www.bellevue.k12.ia.us
        9. Email: ssample@bellevue.k12.ia.us (tweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us)
        10. Use appropriate colors
        11. Use a good logo
        12. Use a good slogan (Go Comets!)
      18. If you finish today, upload your card to Edmodo–DO NOT PRINT

       

      1. Typing Club
      2. Publisher Assigment #2–Business Cards
      3. Create a business card for you!! Either for a career you would like to pursue in the future or for something you are doing now!
      4. Typing Club
      5. Using the business card set up, create an ad for the football program for Mark DeVries. Upload to Edmodo assignment named Mark DeVries Ad.
      6. Create a flyer on a Pillar of Character:
        1. Respect
        2. Responsibility
        3. Caring
        4. Trustworthiness
        5. Citizenship
        6. Fairness

      Before you leave you will have the opportunity to use your graphic design talents to teach elementary age students about a pillar of character.

      1. Complete: create a flyer on a Pillar of Character:
        1. Respect
        2. Responsibility
        3. Caring
        4. Trustworthiness
        5. Citizenship
        6. Fairness
      2. BHS Vision–Using Publisher, make this into an eye-appealling poster that could be hung around school and around our community. THIS SHOULD BE LEGAL SIZED PAPER!!
      3. Complete: create a flyer on a Pillar of Character: PRINT IT
        1. Respect
        2. Responsibility
        3. Caring
        4. Trustworthiness
        5. Citizenship
        6. Fairness
      4. BHS Vision–Using Publisher, make this into an eye-appealling poster that could be hung around school and around our community. THIS SHOULD BE LEGAL SIZED PAPER!!

      Before you leave today you will have the opportunity to convey an important message through print media to elementary students and others.

      Typing Club or Typing Web

      Complete: create a flyer on a Pillar of Character: PRINT IT

      Respect

      Responsibility

      Caring

      Trustworthiness

      Citizenship

      Fairness

      BHS Vision–Using Publisher, make this into an eye-appealling poster that could be hung around school and around our community. THIS SHOULD BE LEGAL SIZED PAPER!!

       

      Typing Club

      Open and save the How to Save Scanned and Digital Pictures.

      Use digital cameras to take photos. Be sure to leave enough time to get the pictures off the camera and saved to your folder before you leave.

       

       

      Typing Club

      Finish your BHS Vision poster (refer to day 25)

      Finish your pillar poster

       

CREATE AN INVITATION USING PUBLISHER FOR MRS. WEBER THAT CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING:

  1. You Are Invited
  2. Mrs. Tracy Weber’s Classroom
  3. Bellevue High School
  4. 1601 State Street
  5. Bellevue, IA 52031
  6. June 2, 2015
  7. 9:00 am to 10:00 am
  8. The Bellevue FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) is seeking to establish a panel of local business owners to serve as mentors to it’s chapter members. The mentors would serve as judges/mentors for student projects/reports/presentations/interviews that they will submit for competition in at the Iowa FBLA State Leadership Conference with the ultimate goal of better student performance at the state competition and the national competition as well as better preparation for their future! Some events students compete in at the state competition include: Business Ethics, Marketing, Business Plan, Spreadsheet Applications, Sales, Job Interview, etc.
  9. Please RSVP to Mrs. Tracy Weber by May 26, 2015:
    Text or Phone Call: 563-663-1344
    Email: tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us
  10. In addition, to judging/critiquing student performance/projects, your responsibilities would also include:• Supporting FBLA-PBL programs and serve as liaisons between the workplace and the classroom.
    • Mentor FBLA-PBL members to strengthen leadership and provide career counseling.
    • Keep members informed on current business trends.You will have the opportunity to help, teach, and encourage the rising generation of business leaders. You will be able to give students the chance to work one-on-one with experienced leaders.

 

Before you leave today you will know how to create & modify a flyer in Publisher using a Template and you will know how to create a brochure with tabs.

  1. Typing Web
  2. Watch this: USING A TEMPLATE AND MODIFYING IT IN PUBLISHER
  3. Create a new file in Publisher and do the following. Show me when you are done:
    1. Create a new file in Publisher and use a TEMPLATE of your choice
    2. Make changes to the template
    3. Add your information
    4. Save it to your Google Drive
    5. SHOW ME
    6. Close it
  4. BASKETBALL CAMP BROCHURE–2014 boys basketball camp brochure–This is a TRI-FOLD. Here are some changes:
    1. July 14-16, 2015 for the camp
    2. ADD:
      PARENTS! Need practice time for your youth teams? If so, please utilize the times below for your teams, as the auxiliary gym will be open for you to practice.
      Summer Open Gym Times

      June: Sunday & Wednesday @ 6PM

      July: Monday & Wednesday @ 6PM

 

Before you leave today you will have the opportunity to continue to work on your basketball tri-fold.

  1. BASKETBALL CAMP BROCHURE–2014 boys basketball camp brochure–This is a TRI-FOLD. Here are some changes:
    1. July 14-16, 2015 for the camp
    2. ADD:
      PARENTS! Need practice time for your youth teams? If so, please utilize the times below for your teams, as the auxiliary gym will be open for you to practice.
      Summer Open Gym Times

      June: Sunday & Wednesday @ 6PM

      July: Monday & Wednesday @ 6PM

 

Before you leave today you will have the opportunity to FINISH work on your basketball tri-fold.

  1. BASKETBALL CAMP BROCHURE–2014 boys basketball camp brochure–This is a TRI-FOLD. Here are some changes:
    1. July 14-16, 2015 for the camp
    2. ADD:
      PARENTS! Need practice time for your youth teams? If so, please utilize the times below for your teams, as the auxiliary gym will be open for you to practice.
      Summer Open Gym Times

      June: Sunday & Wednesday @ 6PM

      July: Monday & Wednesday @ 6PM

 

 

GOAL: Before you leave today you will complete the basketball camp brochure and print it.

HOW TO PRINT WHEN YOU ARE DONE:

  1. Put your name at the bottom of the BACK panel
  2. FILE menu
  3. Print
  4. HP Officejet Pro 8600 (Network)
  5. Change PRINT ONE SIDED to PRINT ON BOTH SIDES FLIP SHEETS ON SHORT EDGE
  6. PRINT

HOW TO SAVE AS A PDF:

  1. In Publisher, click FILE
  2. SAVE AS
  3. BROWSE
  4. In the SAVE AS TYPE (it is below the filename box) choose PDF
  5. Click Save

HOW TO SHARE ON EDMODO:

  1. Log in to Edmodo
  2. Send a NOTE to 2014-2015 7th Grade Tech Apps–click the ATTACH FILE button below the note (when you point at it, it says FILE…it looks like a piece of paper)
  3. Browse to find your PDF file from your Google Drive on your MACHINE & upload it
  4. Click SEND

LOOK AT YOUR CLASSMATES PROGRAMS–VOTE ON THE BEST ONE

 

Andrew & Jackson–Fix & finish your web site & share the PUBLISHED link with me in a shared Google Doc

Zach & Ben–Fix & finish your web site & share the PUBLISHED link with me in a shared Google Doc

Kaylynn & Bailey–Fix & finish your web site & share the PUBLISHED link with me in a shared Google Doc

Kylie & Sally–Fix & finish your web site & share the PUBLISHED link with me in a shared Google Doc

Before you leave class today you will know how to do a print screen, how to crop, show transparent color, and frame a picture in Publisher.

  1. Typing Web
  2. Create a Bellevue Comet Google logo in Publisher. Be sure to use the following skills when creating the file:
    1. Print Screen
    2. Crop
    3. Set Transparent Color
    4. Use the Pictures provided by Mr. Bohy in the lesson plan from last class.
    5. Word Art
    6. Text Box
    7. Shapes
    8. Add Text to Shapes
    9. Frames Around Pictures
    10. Put one item in front of another item
    11. Group at least 2 objects
  3. SHOW ME FOR A QUIZ GRADE
  4. Write

 

 

 

DO ALL FOUR TODAY!!!

  1. SHARE THE LINK FOR YOUR GROUPS’ BELLEVUE MIDDLE SCHOOL SITE WITH ME AGAINCREATE THE FLYER FOR MRS. KILBURG-HEIM!!!GET THE HANDOUT FROM YOUR TEACHER.Include the following when creating this:
    1. Bring to the front/send to the back
    2. Crop
    3. Transparent color
    4. Group
    5. Change color of clipart/picture
    6. Use a frame around a picture/clipart

    Turn this Publisher file in as an attachment to a note to me in Edmodo AND print it. In the note explain how you did each one of the following:

    1. Bring to the front/send to the back
    2. Crop
    3. Transparent color
    4. Group
    5. Change color of clipart/picture
    6. Use a frame around a picture/clipart

     

    YOU HAVE BEEN HIRED! The Bellevue Athletic Boosters need you to create ads for local businesses to be placed in the football program. Each ad should be created using Publisher. The size of the document should be 2 1/2 inches X 1 inch. Use the Internet to find their logo, if they have one. Here is the information you need:

    Serendipity Spa & Gifts

    Krista Cable LMT

    122 S. Riverview

    Bellevue, IA 52031

    615-691-1657

    kristacablekc@gmail.com

    Relax Rejuvenate & Renew

     

    Nemmers Realty

    Steve Nemmers

    Broker-Owner

    Office: (563) 872-3490

    Cell: (563) 590-5640

    Fax: (563) 872-3491

    SteveNemmers@NemmersRealty.com

    NemmersRealty.com

     

    Xtreme Marine and Performance

    Phone: 563-872-421

    Fax: 563-872-3033

    After Hours: 563-543-7826

    29540 Hwy 52

    Bellevue, IA 52031

    Randy Stroud–Sales, Service & Owner

    www.xtrememarineia.co

    Email: info@xtrememarineia.com

     

    Riverview Hotel

    Chad & Sarah Rentz

    100 S. Riverview

    Bellevue, IA 52031

     

    Till’s

    563-872-3340

    132 N. 2nd Street

    Bellevue, IA 52031

    Chevy Buick

     

     

    YOU HAVE ALL CLASS TODAY TO FINISH THE ADS!! EVERYONE MUST PRINT BEFORE THEY LEAVE CLASS TODAY!!!

    Finish Day 7–the business cards are on my projector.

    When you are finished with all 5 ads, print them all on 1 piece of paper. Here is how you do it:

    1. Click FILE
    2. Click PRINT
    3. Choose the HP OFFICEJECT PRO 8600 (NETWORK) printer
    4. In the PAGES section choose to print MULTIPLE PAGES PER SHEET, then click PRINT:

    Screenshot 2014-08-27 09.48.16

     

     

    Create a program for the 2014 Division I Bellevue Cowboys football team:

    Players Name & Number
    Ashton Felderman 1
    Colby Sieverding 7
    William Steinbeck 8
    Nick Deppe 9
    Tyler Nemmers 10
    Cole Swartz 11
    Adam Schmidt 16
    Max Jackson 17
    Kayden Kilburg 20
    Jacob Waller 22
    Alex Pitts 30
    Brady Griebel 32
    Liam Dunne 40
    Dawson Weber 44
    Austin Brandes 51
    Ryder Kilburg 55
    Derek Davies 64
    Jackson Mueller 66
    Sam Dunne 67
    Colton Knief 75
    Morgan Jordan 77

     

    Look up the schedule for the junior high boys basketball team.

    If there are home games next week, create an insert of the roster for the visiting team. It will be printed on a 1/2 piece of paper…..how will you do this?

    SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to create a website which will highlight the Bellevue Middle School. It is up to your team to create a website that is worthy of going “live” for the next 6 months!!!

    GOAL: Add content to at least 1/2 of the pages you are responsible for in your Bellevue Middle School website. Remember to always keep your audience in mind!!

    1. Website Grading Rubric
    2. YOU HAVE TODAY AND NEXT CLASS TO FINISH THIS PROJECT
    3. Last class you decided on your pages for your BMS site and who in your group is responsible for each page. Today you will create your Weebly site, be sure all your group members are editors to the SAME SITE in WEEBLY, and begin creating, editing, and adding content to the pages in which you are responsible.
    4. WATCH THIS: http://www.powtoon.com/embed/fWJz4BcXvyD/
    5. Designate each group member as an administrator–that person needs to make everyone else an editor
    6. Decide on Theme for web site
    7. Decide on fonts & font colors
    8. Create pages–use your web site layout
    9. Be sure to do the following:
      1. Limit scrolling on all pages
      2. Use bullets & numbering
      3. Use animated clipart
      4. Include the following multimedia objects on at least one page:
        1. Bellevue Schools YouTube Videos
        2. Google Map
        3. Slideshow–Include local photos
        4. Photo Gallery–Include local photos
        5. Online Form
    10. As a group, publish the site for today (you will make changes next class). Copy the published URL and paste it into a Google Doc shared with me. What did you accomplish today? What do you still need to do? What can you do before next class to  make better use of your classtime (take pictures? conduct interviews of students & teachers?)

     

    GOAL: Add content to all of the pages you are responsible for in your Bellevue Middle School website. Remember to always keep your audience in mind!!!

    1. LAST DAY–YOU WILL PREPARE TO PRESENT NEXT CLASS
    2. Website Grading Rubric
    3. Work on Bellevue Middle School website. Be sure to do the following:
      1. Limit scrolling on all pages
      2. Use bullets & numbering
      3. Use animated clipart
      4. Include the following multimedia objects on at least one page:
        1. Bellevue Schools YouTube Videos
        2. Google Map
        3. Slideshow–Include local photos
        4. Photo Gallery–Include local photos
        5. Online
    4. As a group, publish the site for today (you will make changes next class). Copy the published URL and paste it into a Google Doc shared with me. What did you accomplish today? What do you still need to do? What can you do before next class to  make better use of your classtime (take pictures? conduct interviews of students & teachers?)

    PRESENT NEXT CLASS

    SHARE YOUR SITE WITH ME–MAKE ME AN EDITOR

    GOAL: Before you leave today, your group’s BMS site will be completed and you will be prepared to present it to the class next class. You will make sure your group’s BMS site meets all the criteria in the grading rubric.

    1. Typing Club
    2. Finish your BMS site:
      1. Meet with your group members to look at your site and determine what still needs to be completed.
        1. Make sure you are meeting these requirements: Website Grading Rubric
      2. Work on the site to complete it.
      3. Prepare your presentation.
      4. Your group will present next class.
      5. In your presentation, be sure to mention the following:
        1. What did you do on each page to make it user friendly.
        2. What special objects did you use to make your website more visually attractive?
        3. What is great about your site?
        4. Why should you site be chosen to go live?

     

    Post the PUBLISHED URL to the class in Edmodo

    Create a new Google Doc & share it with me. In the Google Doc, do the following for EACH GROUPS WEBSITE:

    1. Type the names of the people in the group
    2. After looking at every page of their website, rate their site 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 with 1 being really bad and 5 being totally awesome.
    3. Using 1-2 sentences explain why you rated them that way.

     

    GOAL: POLISH your site!!! Make sure it includes everything, is accurate, & error free!!

    Send the LINK to me in a SHARED Google Doc…..tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us

    LAST CLASS TO WORK ON THE BMS SITE!!!!

    PRINT THE BUSINESS CARDS FOR MR.MEYER AND SHARE THE PUBLISHER FILE WITH ME!!
    FINISH PRESENTING!!!

    Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey , the world’s leading questionnaire tool.

     

    CONTINUE TO WORK ON DISTRICT BROCHURE

    SEE DETAILS ON DAY 30

     

     

     

    DISTRICT BROCHURE:

    Size: 14 by 8.5

    3 panel brochure

    Include pictures from around the DISTRICT–elementary, middle school, high school

    INCLUDE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:

    Real Life – As a graduation requirement all students are required to take class for a semester taught by a variety of teachers with expertise in the curricular areas, that include:

    • Financial Literacy
    • Cooking & Independent Living
    • Health/Wellness
    • Home Repair
    • Auto Repair

    Technical Math – This is a co-taught, non-traditional high school math class where students learn mechanical and technical math concepts in the classroom and then implement those skills on a construction site or in the industrial technology classroom.

    Co-Teaching – Classrooms with two teachers “teaching” is prevalent throughout the district to assist in student learning.  This allows for teachers to differentiate their instruction and for students to have support while learning.

    Digital Library (MyOn Reader) – The Bellevue Schools have a digital library available to students that has over 7,000 titles available for grades K-8.  This is accessible 24/7 with an internet access, and books can also be downloaded to computers and iPads.

    1:1 School – Bellevue is in its 5th year of a 1:1 program. Beginning with the 2014-2015 school year it has expanded to grades 5-12, with iPads and other computers available to other grades on carts and in lab settings.

    College Credit Courses & Hours – Students are offered nearly 25 courses taught at the Bellevue Schools, with an unlimited number of online classes available for students.  All students are required to take an online class for graduation, and the average student graduates with 18 college credits.

    Extracurricular Opportunities – As the list below shows the Bellevue Schools offer a variety of opportunities.  Over 92% of students are involved in at least one activity, with over 78% involved in 2 or more activities.

    ACT – All students are required to the ACT their Junior year, and this is paid for by the school district.  ACT scores for our students are near the state average, and this is used for enrollment in college courses while in high school along with for student’s college applications.  We believe that this assists students in planning their life after high school.

    Graduation Rate – The Bellevue Schools have a very high graduation rate, well above the state and national levels.  Three of the last 5 years the school has had 100% graduation rate, with the other two years being at the 96% level or higher.

    Post Graduation Plans – 85% of Bellevue graduates over the last five years have attended college after graduation, along with several students attending the military or receiving other specific training opportunities.

    Teacher-Student Ratio – Bellevue Elementary has two sections of each grade in most cases, with some years the sections increasing to three sections.  Normal section sizes are approximately 22.  Bellevue MS/HS has a student-to-teacher ratio of 13.

    Pre-School – Bellevue Schools offer preschool for 3- and 4-year olds.

    Daily CAFE–The elementary teachers focus on teaching specific reading strategies that improve reading performance.  A variety of strategies are taught and practiced and fall under the main categories of comprehension, accuracy, fluency, and expand vocabulary, creating the acronym CAFE.  There is an emphasis on involving students in authentic and meaningful tasks to drive students to become “better readers and writers.” There is also an importance placed on student choice within the literacy block.  The program is common core aligned and backed by research in best teaching practices.

    Everyday Math–Everyday math is an active learning environment where students build their mathematical knowledge with the help of their teacher and their classmates.  This curriculum spirals to ensure student mastery by continually revisiting key concepts.  The program is common core aligned and backed by research in best teaching practices.

    ST Math (Problem Solving)–Bellevue elementary utilizes ST Math, a game-based instructional software program designed to boost math comprehension and proficiency.  The program uses visual learning and brain research to promote mathematical understanding.  The games use interactive and rich animations to visually represent key mathematical concepts.

    SCENARIO: You have been asked by the head boys basketball coach to make a brochure for the summer basketball camp. Here is the information:

    2013 boys bball camp brochure–This is last year’s–use it as an example

    Here is the information for this year:

    When: July 15-17, 2014
    Who: 4th-8thgrade in accordance to the 2014-15 school year
    Where: Bellevue High School
    Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm
    What to Bring: B-ball Shoes, Gym Shorts, and T-shirt
    Cost: $45 – Checks can be mailed to Tyler Daugherty at 418 Emmett Street, Dubuque, IA 52001.
    Please make checks payable to Bellevue High School Boys Basketball
    Included in Fee:Camp t-shirt, pizza party after Thursday’s session, and fun with Comet players and coaches
    Camp Features: The Bellevue camp is designed to teach the basic fundamental skills that will make the game more enjoyable and fun. Additionally, it will challenge and advance the skills of players at all levels
    Camp Contests: Free Throws, Hot Shot, Knock-Out
    Camp Directors: Tyler Daugherty, Comet Staff, and current program players

    SCENARIO: You have been asked by the head boys basketball coach to make a brochure for the summer basketball camp. Here is the information:

    Put “Created By: Your Name” with your name on the back panel

    2013 boys bball camp brochure–This is last year’s–use it as an example

    Here is the information for this year:

    When: July 15-17, 2014
    Who: 4th-8thgrade in accordance to the 2014-15 school year
    Where: Bellevue High School
    Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm
    What to Bring: B-ball Shoes, Gym Shorts, and T-shirt
    Cost: $45 – Checks can be mailed to Tyler Daugherty at 418 Emmett Street, Dubuque, IA 52001.
    Please make checks payable to Bellevue High School Boys Basketball
    Included in Fee:Camp t-shirt, pizza party after Thursday’s session, and fun with Comet players and coaches
    Camp Features: The Bellevue camp is designed to teach the basic fundamental skills that will make the game more enjoyable and fun. Additionally, it will challenge and advance the skills of players at all levels
    Camp Contests: Free Throws, Hot Shot, Knock-Out
    Camp Directors: Tyler Daugherty, Comet Staff, and current program players

     

    GOAL: Before you leave class today you will be able to apply what you have learned about Publisher so far to a simulated “real world” situation.

    1. FINISH THE BOYS BASKETBALL BROCHURE
    2. Typing Club
    3. SCENARIO: You are a graphic designer. You have been asked by a customer to design a FLYER to hang around town:
      1. Decide which organization/business you are representing (ex. Student Council)
      2. Decide what part of the organization/business you are promoting (ex. Dime Wars)
      3. Create 3 different flyers for your customer to pick from.
      4. One of the flyers MUST be created from scratch.

    Typing Club

    Scenario: You have been hired by the Bellevue Legion Post to create a flyer which will hang in area businesses to promote the Memorial Day Ceremony. Here is the information you will need:

    • 8 1/2 X 11 letter size paper (normal paper size)
    • Title: Memorial Day 2014–A History Lesson
    • 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
    • May 26, 2014
    • Gazebo–weather permitting
    • Alternate location: Bellevue High School Gym
    • Make it”eye-catching”

    THIS IS FOR A TEST GRADE. Include the following and in your note to me in Edmodo with the Publisher file attached, explain how you did each one of the following:

    1. Bring to the front/send to the back
    2. Crop
    3. Transparent color
    4. Group
    5. Change color of clipart/picture
    6. Use a frame around a picture/clipart

     

     

     

    SCENARIO: You have been asked by the head boys basketball coach to make a brochure for the summer basketball camp. Here is the information:

    2013 boys bball camp brochure–This is last year’s–use it as an example

    Here is the information for this year:

    When: July 15-17, 2014
    Who: 4th-8thgrade in accordance to the 2014-15 school year
    Where: Bellevue High School
    Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm
    What to Bring: B-ball Shoes, Gym Shorts, and T-shirt
    Cost: $45 – Checks can be mailed to Tyler Daugherty at 418 Emmett Street, Dubuque, IA 52001.
    Please make checks payable to Bellevue High School Boys Basketball
    Included in Fee:Camp t-shirt, pizza party after Thursday’s session, and fun with Comet players and coaches
    Camp Features: The Bellevue camp is designed to teach the basic fundamental skills that will make the game more enjoyable and fun. Additionally, it will challenge and advance the skills of players at all levels
    Camp Contests: Free Throws, Hot Shot, Knock-Out
    Camp Directors: Tyler Daugherty, Comet Staff, and current program players

    SCENARIO: You have been asked by the head boys basketball coach to make a brochure for the summer basketball camp. Here is the information:

    Put “Created By: Your Name” with your name on the back panel

    2013 boys bball camp brochure–This is last year’s–use it as an example

    Here is the information for this year:

    When: July 15-17, 2014
    Who: 4th-8thgrade in accordance to the 2014-15 school year
    Where: Bellevue High School
    Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm
    What to Bring: B-ball Shoes, Gym Shorts, and T-shirt
    Cost: $45 – Checks can be mailed to Tyler Daugherty at 418 Emmett Street, Dubuque, IA 52001.
    Please make checks payable to Bellevue High School Boys Basketball
    Included in Fee:Camp t-shirt, pizza party after Thursday’s session, and fun with Comet players and coaches
    Camp Features: The Bellevue camp is designed to teach the basic fundamental skills that will make the game more enjoyable and fun. Additionally, it will challenge and advance the skills of players at all levels
    Camp Contests: Free Throws, Hot Shot, Knock-Out
    Camp Directors: Tyler Daugherty, Comet Staff, and current program players

     

    GOAL: Before you leave class today you will be able to apply what you have learned about Publisher so far to a simulated “real world” situation.

    1. FINISH THE BOYS BASKETBALL BROCHURE
    2. Typing Club
    3. SCENARIO: You are a graphic designer. You have been asked by a customer to design a FLYER to hang around town:
      1. Decide which organization/business you are representing (ex. Student Council)
      2. Decide what part of the organization/business you are promoting (ex. Dime Wars)
      3. Create 3 different flyers for your customer to pick from.
      4. One of the flyers MUST be created from scratch.

    Typing Club

    Scenario: You have been hired by the Bellevue Legion Post to create a flyer which will hang in area businesses to promote the Memorial Day Ceremony. Here is the information you will need:

    • 8 1/2 X 11 letter size paper (normal paper size)
    • Title: Memorial Day 2014–A History Lesson
    • 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
    • May 26, 2014
    • Gazebo–weather permitting
    • Alternate location: Bellevue High School Gym
    • Make it”eye-catching”

     

    HALL OF PRIDE PROJECT FOR MR. WRIGHT

    Create TWO flyers–one for VB and one for FB–the best one will be framed in the Hall of Pride

    VOLLEYBALL

    River Valley All-Conference
    Maddie Hiland- 2nd Team
    Jackie Kremer- Honorable Mention
    Ali Reeg- Honorable Mention

    Ali Jackie maddie

    FOOTBALL

    Class 1A District 5
    1. Ben Lawrence- 1st Team All-District, District MVP Kicker, School Record 47 yd. field goal
    2. Tyler Banowetz- 1st Team All-District
    3. Jake Schroeder- 2nd Team All-District
    4. Keenan Ploessl- Honorable Mention All-District

    Ben Jake Keenan Tyler

    CROSS COUNTRY 2013 for the Hall of Pride

    Alex Reed: Alex.Reed

    Anders Frieberg: Anders

    Andrew Meyer: AndrewM

    Andrew Segalla: AndrewS

    Varsity Team: Boys.Team

    Camryn Reeg: Cam.Reeg

    Christian Benson: ChristianB.

    Josh Sieverding: Josh

    Logan DeVries: Logan

    Mason Jackson: Mason Jackson

    Nathan Goslin: Nate

     

    Team

    • State Qualifiers- first time in program history
    • 5th place finish at State Meet
    • Winners of Comet Invite and Marquette Invite
    • Distinguished State Academic Award

    Andrew Meyer

    • individual state qualifier
    • 4th place finish @ state
    • School record time 16:19
    • All Conference- 5th place
    • All-State

    Christian Benson

    • Team state qualifier
    • 5th best time in school history

    Logan DeVries

    • Team state qualifier
    • 6th best time in school history

    Anders Frieberg

    • Team state qualifier
    • 10th best time in school history

    Andrew Segalla

    • Team state qualifier

    Nathan Goslin

    • Team state qualifier

    Josh Sieverding

    • Team state qualifier

    Jr. High Cross Country

    1. Camryn Reeg
    • Conference Champion- Girls
    • 2nd at State Jr. High Cross Country Meet
    1. Mason Jackson
    • 1st Place State Jr. High Cross Country Meet
    1. Alex Reed
    • 3rd Place State Jr. High Cross Country Meet

    MESSAGE FROM YOUR CUSTOMER:

    You can split them into different pages.  I would do jr. high separate, the boys team picture on one, and the individuals on another. Possibly Andrew on his own.

    DUCK UNLIMITED PROGRAM

    Scenario: You have been hired by Ducks Unlimited to create ads for their upcoming banquet program.

    #1–Mont Rest–Size–5 inches X 4 inches

    2014 Ducks Unlimited bw mont rest

    #2–Honkamp & Kruger–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches–INFORMATION: Rogers,_Doug_8-2014

    #3–Clark Boats–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches

    Clark Boat Company Information

    clark boats 1 clark boats 2 clark boats 3 clark boats 4 clark boats 5 clark boats 6 clark boats 7

    #4–RJ Frank LLC, Large Camper & Boat Storage Units, Bellevue, IA 563-212-0353–SIZE–5 inches X 2 inches

    #5–Farm Bureau Financial Services–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches–farm buerau information

    #6–Kalmes Restaurant & Catering–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–kalmes

    #7–Roeder Brothers, Inc.–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Roeder Bros Inc

    #8–Bellevue Sand & Gravel Co.–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Bellevue Sand & Gravel

    #9–Pauls Discount–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Pauls

    #10–Riverside–SIZE 5 inches X 4 inches–Riverside

    #11–Ry’s Detailing–SIZE 5 inches X 2 inches–Rys Detailing

     

    DUCK UNLIMITED PROGRAM

    Scenario: You have been hired by Ducks Unlimited to create ads for their upcoming banquet program.

    #1–Mont Rest–Size–5 inches X 4 inches

    2014 Ducks Unlimited bw mont rest

    #2–Honkamp & Kruger–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches–INFORMATION: Rogers,_Doug_8-2014

    #3–Clark Boats–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches (include all SEVEN photos below)

    Clark Boat Company Information

    clark boats 1 clark boats 2 clark boats 3 clark boats 4 clark boats 5 clark boats 6 clark boats 7

    #4–RJ Frank LLC, Large Camper & Boat Storage Units, Bellevue, IA 563-212-0353–SIZE–5 inches X 2 inches

    #5–Farm Bureau Financial Services–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches–farm buerau information

    #6–Kalmes Restaurant & Catering–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–kalmes

    #7–Roeder Brothers, Inc.–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Roeder Bros Inc

    #8–Bellevue Sand & Gravel Co.–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Bellevue Sand & Gravel

    #9–Pauls Discount–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Pauls

    #10–Riverside–SIZE 5 inches X 4 inches–Riverside

    #11–Ry’s Detailing–SIZE 5 inches X 2 inches–Rys Detailing

     

    DUCK UNLIMITED PROGRAM

    Scenario: You have been hired by Ducks Unlimited to create ads for their upcoming banquet program.

    #1–Mont Rest–Size–5 inches X 4 inches

    2014 Ducks Unlimited bw mont rest

    #2–Honkamp & Kruger–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches–INFORMATION: Rogers,_Doug_8-2014

    #3–Clark Boats–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches

    Clark Boat Company Information

    clark boats 1 clark boats 2 clark boats 3 clark boats 4 clark boats 5 clark boats 6 clark boats 7

    #4–RJ Frank LLC, Large Camper & Boat Storage Units, Bellevue, IA 563-212-0353–SIZE–5 inches X 2 inches

    #5–Farm Bureau Financial Services–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches–farm buerau information

    #6–Kalmes Restaurant & Catering–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–kalmes

    #7–Roeder Brothers, Inc.–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Roeder Bros Inc

    #8–Bellevue Sand & Gravel Co.–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Bellevue Sand & Gravel

    #9–Pauls Discount–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Pauls

    #10–Riverside–SIZE 5 inches X 4 inches–Riverside

    #11–Ry’s Detailing–SIZE 5 inches X 2 inches–Rys Detailing

     

    FINISH TODAY:

    DUCK UNLIMITED PROGRAM

    Scenario: You have been hired by Ducks Unlimited to create ads for their upcoming banquet program.

    #1–Mont Rest–Size–5 inches X 4 inches

    2014 Ducks Unlimited bw mont rest

    #2–Honkamp & Kruger–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches–INFORMATION: Rogers,_Doug_8-2014

    #3–Clark Boats–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches

    Clark Boat Company Information

    clark boats 1 clark boats 2 clark boats 3 clark boats 4 clark boats 5 clark boats 6 clark boats 7

    #4–RJ Frank LLC, Large Camper & Boat Storage Units, Bellevue, IA 563-212-0353–SIZE–5 inches X 2 inches

    #5–Farm Bureau Financial Services–SIZE–5 inches X 8 inches–farm buerau information

    #6–Kalmes Restaurant & Catering–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–kalmes

    #7–Roeder Brothers, Inc.–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Roeder Bros Inc

    #8–Bellevue Sand & Gravel Co.–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Bellevue Sand & Gravel

    #9–Pauls Discount–SIZE 5 inches X 8 inches–Pauls

    #10–Riverside–SIZE 5 inches X 4 inches–Riverside

    #11–Ry’s Detailing–SIZE 5 inches X 2 inches–Rys Detailing

     

    FINISH DAY 16–PRINT–PRINT MULTIPLE PAGES PER SHEET

    DUCK UNLIMITED PROGRAM

    Scenario: You have been hired by Ducks Unlimited to create ads for their upcoming banquet program.

    #1–Jeronimoes–SIZE 5 inches by 8 inches

    #2–Hotel–SIZE 5 inches by 8 inches–provide a coupon at the bottom for: Hotel Pizza and 4 beers/pops for $15

    #3–Flower Lanes–SIZE 5 inches by 2 inches–make the carousel horse smaller and put it on 1/2 of the ad then add a rose to put on the other 1/2

    #4–Bob’s Knives–SIZE 5 inches by 8 inches

    #5–Bronco–SIZE 5 inches by 2 inches

     

    DUCK UNLIMITED PROGRAM

    Scenario: You have been hired by Ducks Unlimited to create ads for their upcoming banquet program.

    #1–Jeronimoes–SIZE 5 inches by 8 inches–PUT THIS PAGE IN THE SAME FILE AS THE OTHER 5 by 8 ADS

    #2–Hotel–SIZE 5 inches by 8 inches–provide a coupon at the bottom for: Hotel Pizza and 4 beers/pops for $15–PUT THIS PAGE IN THE SAME FILE AS THE OTHER 5 by 8 ADS

    #3–Flower Lanes–SIZE 5 inches by 2 inches–make the carousel horse smaller and put it on 1/2 of the ad then add a rose to put on the other 1/2–PUT THIS PAGE IN THE SAME FILE AS THE OTHER 5 by 2 ADS

    #4–Bob’s Knives–SIZE 5 inches by 8 inches–PUT THIS PAGE IN THE SAME FILE AS THE OTHER 5 by 8 ADS

    #5–Bronco–SIZE 5 inches by 2 inches–PUT THIS PAGE IN THE SAME FILE AS THE OTHER 5 by 2 ADS

    PRINT:

    1. 5 inches by 8 inches–you should have 10 pages total–Print Multiple PAGES per sheet
    2. 5 inches by 4 inches–you should have 2 pages total–Print Multiple PAGES per sheet–PRINT THIS FILE TODAY
    3. 5 inches by 2 inches–you should have 4 pages total–Print Multiple PAGES per sheet

    DUCK UNLIMITED PROGRAM

    Scenario: You have been hired by Ducks Unlimited to create ads for their upcoming banquet program.

    #1–Jeronimoes–SIZE 5 inches by 8 inches–PUT THIS PAGE IN THE SAME FILE AS THE OTHER 5 by 8 ADS

    #2–Hotel–SIZE 5 inches by 8 inches–provide a coupon at the bottom for: Hotel Pizza and 4 beers/pops for $15–PUT THIS PAGE IN THE SAME FILE AS THE OTHER 5 by 8 ADS

    #3–Flower Lanes–SIZE 5 inches by 2 inches–make the carousel horse smaller and put it on 1/2 of the ad then add a rose to put on the other 1/2–PUT THIS PAGE IN THE SAME FILE AS THE OTHER 5 by 2 ADS

    #4–Bob’s Knives–SIZE 5 inches by 8 inches–PUT THIS PAGE IN THE SAME FILE AS THE OTHER 5 by 8 ADS

    #5–Bronco–SIZE 5 inches by 2 inches–PUT THIS PAGE IN THE SAME FILE AS THE OTHER 5 by 2 ADS

    PRINT:

    1. 5 inches by 8 inches–you should have 10 pages total–Print Multiple PAGES per sheet–PRINT TODAY BEFORE YOU LEAVE
    2. 5 inches by 4 inches–you should have 2 pages total–Print Multiple PAGES per sheet–PRINTED LAST CLASS
    3. 5 inches by 2 inches–you should have 4 pages total–Print Multiple PAGES per sheet–PRINT TODAY BEFORE YOU LEAVE

    THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE NEED TO SHARE THEIR 5 X 2 DUCKS UNLIMITED ADS WITH ME:

    1. Kara
    2. Bailey
    3. Taylor

    THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE NEED TO SHARE THEIR 5 X 8 DUCKS UNLIMITED ADS WITH ME:

    1. Kara
    2. Marcus
    3. Lauren
    4. Nathan
    5. Bailey
    6. Isaac

    THE FOLLOWING PERSON NEED TO SHARE THEIR 5 X 4 DUCKS UNLIMITED ADS WITH ME:

    1. Lauren

    TO SHARE A PUBLISHER FILE:

    1. Go to your Google account ONLINE
    2. Find the Publisher file you wish to share
    3. Put a CHECKMARK in the box in front of the file name
    4. Click the SHARE button
    5. Share with: tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us

    EXTRA CREDIT OPPORTUNITY:

    ADS FOR DUCKS UNLIMITED PROGRAM

    5 X 8

    Black & White

    a & p enterprises

     

    add address is 505 N. 2nd Street Bellevue, Iowa web address is APenterprisesIA.com  Include a coupon: We will take $1000.00 off of a Boat and Blind Combo package, and $500.00 off of a Boat Motor and Trailer package.

    5X8

    Black & White

    Haxmeier KD Rentals

    and Upper Kutz……1/3 of the page for each…..

    5X8

    Black & White

    Banowetz Logo (1)

    Bellevue & Dubuque
    Then in the bullet points please drop out window treatments and add in  Stone
    Also our store HRS have changed;
    Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri. 9-5  Wed 9-7 & Sat. 9-1

     

    RETRO ASSIGNMENT: This is for Mr. Jaeger. Create an invitation that will be distributed to  parents & business owners using Publisher. The paper size should be 5.25 X 4. Send the PUBLISHER file to me as an attachment to a note in Edmodo AND print it. This is due today. Information to include:

    2008 Recession Showcase

    When: April 1, 2014 6:30 PM

    Where: Bellevue High School Common

    What: Come view the United States History students’ projects on how the recession has impacted local businesses.

    GROUP PROJECT: In groups of 3 you will create a REAL website for a REAL Bellevue business! If it is good, the business owner may even have it go live!! Here is how you will be graded: Website Grading Rubric

    BLASER PLUMBING (This is what your customer has sent you so far. You may email her with questions: bpi99@hotmail.com but be sure to send me a copy of the message also.):

    I am still waiting for Mike to take pictures he wants on the site. The following is a start:

    Blaser Plumbing Inc.
    Since 1999
    Residential, Commercial, Repair
    Licensed & Insured
    Master Plumbing license holder
    Phone: 563-583-5658
    Fax: 563-585-1178
    Address: PO Box 893, Dubuque IA 52004-0893

    GRANDPA’S PARLOUR

    http://grandpasparlour.com/

    1. Designate each group member as an administrator–that person needs to make everyone else an editor
    2. Decide on Theme for web site
    3. Decide on fonts & font colors
    4. Create all your main pages and sub pages.
    5. During the last 10 minutes of class, as a group, think about what you will need from your business owner for next class. EMAIL YOUR BUSINESS OWNER!!! (Let me see it before you send it.) Ask them if they will be able TO COME TO OUR CLASS ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2013 at 2:15 p.m. for your website presentations.

    GROUP PROJECT: In groups of 3 you will create a REAL website for a REAL Bellevue business! If it is good, the business owner may even have it go live!! Here is how you will be graded: Website Grading Rubric

    BLASER PLUMBING (This is what your customer has sent you so far. You may email her with questions: bpi99@hotmail.com but be sure to send me a copy of the message also.):

    I am still waiting for Mike to take pictures he wants on the site. The following is a start:

    Blaser Plumbing Inc.
    Since 1999
    Residential, Commercial, Repair
    Licensed & Insured
    Master Plumbing license holder
    Phone: 563-583-5658
    Fax: 563-585-1178
    Address: PO Box 893, Dubuque IA 52004-0893

    GRANDPA’S PARLOUR

    http://grandpasparlour.com/

     

    GROUP PROJECT: In groups of 3 you will create a REAL website for a REAL Bellevue business! If it is good, the business owner may even have it go live!! Here is how you will be graded: Website Grading Rubric

    GROUP #1 & #2: BLASER PLUMBING (This is what your customer has sent you so far. You may email her with questions: bpi99@hotmail.com but be sure to send me a copy of the message also.):

    blaserplumbing

    Blaser Plumbing Inc.
    Since 1999
    Residential, Commercial, Repair
    Licensed & Insured
    Master Plumbing license holder
    Phone: 563-583-5658
    Fax: 563-585-1178
    Address: PO Box 893, Dubuque IA 52004-0893

    GROUP #3 & #4: GRANDPA’S PARLOUR

    http://grandpasparlour.com/

    WHAT TO DO TODAY:

    1. Designate each group member as an administrator–that person needs to make everyone else an editor
    2. Decide on Theme for web site
    3. Decide on fonts & font colors
    4. Create all your main pages and sub pages.
    5. During the last 10 minutes of class, as a group, think about what you will need from your business owner for next class. EMAIL YOUR BUSINESS OWNER!!! (Let your teacher see it before you send it.)
      1. bpi99@hotmail.com for Blaser Plumbing
      2. Kristi.maiers@gazcomm.com and kristi.maiers@gazcom.com for Grandpa’s Parlour

    GOAL: Add content to all of the pages you are responsible for in your Bellevue business website. Remember to always keep your audience in mind!!!

    ONLY 3 MORE CLASSES TO WORK ON YOUR BELLEVUE BUSINESS SITE!!!!

    1. Website Grading Rubric
    2. Work on your business website. Be sure to do the following:
      1. Limit scrolling on all pages
      2. Use bullets & numbering
      3. Use animated clipart
      4. Include the following multimedia objects on at least one page:
        1. YouTube Videos (optional)
        2. Google Map
        3. Slideshow–Include local photos (ask your business owner)
        4. Photo Gallery–Include local photos (ask your business owner)
        5. Online Form (ask your business owner if they want one and what to include)
    3. During the last 10 minutes of class, as a group, think about what you will need from your business owner for next class. EMAIL YOUR BUSINESS OWNER!!! (Let your teacher see it before you send it.)
      1. bpi99@hotmail.com for Blaser Plumbing
      2. Kristi.maiers@gazcomm.com and kristi.maiers@gazcom.com for Grandpa’s Parlour

    YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT 2 CLASSES TO FINISH GOAL: Proofread all pages of your website to be use you have no errors and to make finishing touches to your site.

    1. Website Grading Rubric
    2. Work on your business website. Be sure to do the following:
      1. Limit scrolling on all pages
      2. Use bullets & numbering
      3. Use animated clipart
      4. Include the following multimedia objects on at least one page:
        1. YouTube Videos (optional)
        2. Google Map
        3. Slideshow–Include local photos (ask your business owner)
        4. Photo Gallery–Include local photos (ask your business owner)
        5. Online Form (ask your business owner if they want one and what to include)
    3. During the last 10 minutes of class, as a group, think about what you will need from your business owner for next class. EMAIL YOUR BUSINESS OWNER!!! (Let your teacher see it before you send it.)
      1. bpi99@hotmail.com for Blaser Plumbing
      2. Kristi.maiers@gazcomm.com and kristi.maiers@gazcom.com for Grandpa’s Parlour

    PRESENT NEXT CLASS SHARE YOUR SITE WITH ME–MAKE ME AN EDITOR

    1. Website Grading Rubric
    2. Work on your business website. Be sure to do the following:
      1. Limit scrolling on all pages
      2. Use bullets & numbering
      3. Use animated clipart
      4. Include the following multimedia objects on at least one page:
        1. YouTube Videos (optional)
        2. Google Map
        3. Slideshow–Include local photos (ask your business owner)
        4. Photo Gallery–Include local photos (ask your business owner)
        5. Online Form (ask your business owner if they want one and what to include)
    3. During the last 10 minutes of class, as a group, think about what you will need from your business owner for next class. EMAIL YOUR BUSINESS OWNER!!! (Let me see it before you send it.) Ask them if they will be able TO COME TO OUR CLASS ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2013 at 2:15 p.m. for your website presentations.
      1. bpi99@hotmail.com for Blaser Plumbing
      2. Kristi.maiers@gazcomm.com and kristi.maiers@gazcom.com for Grandpa’s Parlour
    1. FINISH FINAL: Mr. Meyer Stationary. Include the following information:
      • Bellevue Community School District
      • 1601 State Street
      • Bellevue, IA 52031
      • Tom Meyer, Superintendent
      • Phone: (563) 872-4913
      • FAX: (563) 872-3216
      • tommeyer@bellevue.k12.ia.us
      • www.bellevue.k12.ia.us
      • Twitter: @TomMeyerBHS
      • School Board Members:  Kevin Lundin–President, Paul Fahey–Vice-President, Martha Henning–Member, Mike Reed–Member, Janet Sieverding-Member
      • It is the policy of the Bellevue Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender identity, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age or disability in its educational programs, services, or employment practices.
      • “Success is the self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.”
    2. FINAL: Mrs. Kilburg-Heim Volleyball Camp Reminder Card. Here is what she sent me:
      • Make a postcard type thing up to go along with this Vball flyer…  I would like to send it out as a reminder to parents and players like the last week in July to remind them of this elem. camp that we are hosting for vball…
      • MRS. WEBER HAS THE FLYER
      • Pick out the information that is important for the postcard. KEEP YOUR AUDIENCE IN MIND!! What do they need/want to know about this volleyball camp as a REMINDER????
      • Create a NEW BLANK file in Publisher in LANDSCAPE
      • Create a Textbox that is 3.5 in. X 4.5 in.
      • EVERYTHING MUST FIT IN THE TEXTBOX!!!!

    THROUGH A SHARED GOOGLE DOC.

  2. FINISH FINAL: Mr. Meyer Stationary. Include the following information:
    • SAVE IT AS A PDF–SHARE IT WITH ME AND MR. MEYER
    • SAVE IT AS A PUBLISHER FILE–SHARE IT WITH ME!!
    • Bellevue Community School District
    • 1601 State Street
    • Bellevue, IA 52031
    • Tom Meyer, Superintendent
    • Phone: (563) 872-4913
    • FAX: (563) 872-3216
    • tommeyer@bellevue.k12.ia.us
    • www.bellevue.k12.ia.us
    • Twitter: @TomMeyerBHS
    • School Board Members:  Kevin Lundin–President, Paul Fahey–Vice-President, Martha Henning–Member, Mike Reed–Member, Janet Sieverding-Member
    • It is the policy of the Bellevue Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender identity, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age or disability in its educational programs, services, or employment practices.
    • “Success is the self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.”
  3. FINAL: Mrs. Kilburg-Heim Volleyball Camp Reminder Card. Here is what she sent me:
    • Make a postcard type thing up to go along with this Vball flyer…  I would like to send it out as a reminder to parents and players like the last week in July to remind them of this elem. camp that we are hosting for vball…
    • THE FLYER IS ON THE PROJECTOR
    • Pick out the information that is important for the postcard. KEEP YOUR AUDIENCE IN MIND!! What do they need/want to know about this volleyball camp as a REMINDER????
    • Create a NEW BLANK file in Publisher in LANDSCAPE
    • Create a Textbox that is 3.5 in. X 4.5 in.
    • EVERYTHING MUST FIT IN THE TEXTBOX!!!!
    • SAVE IT AS A PDF AND A PUBLISHER FILE–SHARE BOTH WITH ME–tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us
  1. EVALUATION
  2. Go to the 7th Grade Technology Applications page of my website and write a course description for this course. Write it so that students will want to take the course. Be sure to include what you learned this semester.
  3. FINAL: Mr. Meyer Stationary. Include the following information:
    • Bellevue Community School District
    • 1601 State Street
    • Bellevue, IA 52031
    • Tom Meyer, Superintendent
    • Phone: (563) 872-4913
    • FAX: (563) 872-3216
    • tommeyer@bellevue.k12.ia.us
    • www.bellevue.k12.ia.us
    • Twitter: @TomMeyerBHS
    • School Board Members:  Kevin Lundin–President, Paul Fahey–Vice-President, Martha Henning–Member, Mike Reed–Member, Janet Sieverding-Member
    • It is the policy of the Bellevue Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender identity, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age or disability in its educational programs, services, or employment practices.
    • “Success is the self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.”
  4. FINAL: Mrs. Kilburg-Heim Volleyball Camp Reminder Card. Here is what she sent me:
    • Make a postcard type thing up to go along with this Vball flyer…  I would like to send it out as a reminder to parents and players like the last week in July to remind them of this elem. camp that we are hosting for vball…
    • MRS. WEBER HAS THE FLYER
    • Pick out the information that is important for the postcard. KEEP YOUR AUDIENCE IN MIND!! What do they need/want to know about this volleyball camp as a REMINDER????
    • Create a NEW BLANK file in Publisher in LANDSCAPE
    • Create a Textbox that is 3.5 in. X 4.5 in.
    • EVERYTHING MUST FIT IN THE TEXTBOX!!!!

 

FINAL CLASS

FINAL: Mr. Meyer Stationary. Include the following information:

Bellevue Community School District

1601 State Street

Bellevue, IA 52031

Tom Meyer, Superintendent

Phone: (563) 872-4913

FAX: (563) 872-3216

tommeyer@bellevue.k12.ia.us

www.bellevue.k12.ia.us

Twitter: @TomMeyerBHS

School Board Members:  Kevin Lundin–President, Paul Fahey–Vice-President, Martha Henning–Member, Mike Reed–Member, Janet Sieverding-Member

It is the policy of the Bellevue Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender identity, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age or disability in its educational programs, services, or employment practices.

“Success is the self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.”

You are a graphic designer. Ducks Unlimited has hired you to create ads for their upcoming banquet program. Here is the information they have provided you:

Randy Feller Trucking, Inc.

  1. Ad Size: 5.5 X 8.5
  2. Owner: Randy Feller
  3. 563-590-5172–PUT THIS IN BOLD
  4. 563-87-4894
  5. Bellevue, Iowa

Mike Meier

  1. Ad Size: 2 X 5.5
  2. His is an electrician
  3. Bellevue, IA
  4. 563-543-8543

GOAL: Create an educational website.

You are a website designer. You have been asked by the school district to create an educational website on a topic of your choice. The website needs to educate everyone. The website should contain the following:

  1. Get with your partner.
  2. Decide on an educational topic.
  3. Download Dropbox, if necessary.
  4. One of you needs to create a new folder in your Dropbox folder and right click it. Point at Dropbox and choose to Share it with your partner.
  5. The other person in your group needs to create a new site in Weebly and SHARE it with the other person. Once the site is created, click Editors and make your partner an Administrator.
  6. You will present this site to the class.
  7. The website should contain the following:
    1. Homepage
    2. No more than 7 pages.
    3. Use appropriate colors & fonts
    4. Include your own images
    5. Include animated clipart
    6. Include YouTube video clips

 

You are a website designer. You have been asked by the school district to create an educational website on a topic of your choice. The website needs to educate everyone. The website should contain the following:

  1. Decide on an educational topic.
  2. You will present this to the class.
  3. The website should contain the following:
    1. Homepage
    2. No more than 7 pages.
    3. Use appropriate colors & fonts
    4. Include your own images
    5. Include animated clipart
    6. Include a YouTube video clip
    7. Include a feedback page

You have today and next class to finish.

You are a website designer. You have been asked by the school district to create an educational website on a topic of your choice. The website needs to educate everyone. The website should contain the following:

  1. Decide on an educational topic.
  2. You will present this to the class.
  3. The website should contain the following:
    1. Homepage
    2. No more than 7 pages.
    3. Use appropriate colors & fonts
    4. Include your own images
    5. Include animated clipart
    6. Include a YouTube video clip
    7. Include a feedback page
  4. If time permits, try: http://todaysmeet.com/MysterySkype1
  5. Join the Mystery Skype 1 Edmodo group. Use this code: r53dj8
  1. Mystery Skype on Friday!! Which job would you like? Visit: http://mysteryskypes1213.weebly.com/mystery-skype-jobs.html and send me a note in Edmodo telling me which job you would like and why.
  2. Today is your final day. Next class you will present.You are a website designer. You have been asked by the school district to create an educational website on a topic of your choice. The website needs to educate everyone. The website should contain the following:
    1. Decide on an educational topic.
    2. You will present this to the class.
    3. The website should contain the following:
      1. Homepage
      2. No more than 7 pages.
      3. Use appropriate colors & fonts
      4. Include your own images
      5. Include animated clipart
      6. Include a YouTube video clip
      7. Include a feedback page

PREPARE FOR MYSTERY SKYPE

CLICK HERE TO SEE WHAT YOU ARE RESONSIBLE FOR. MEET WITH OTHERS WITH THE SAME JOB. TELL THEM WHAT YOU THINK THE JOB IS ALL ABOUT. SEND ME A NOTE IN EDMODO TELLING ME WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO DO ON THURSDAY.

Question & Answer: Alyssa & Ethan

Photographer: Jacob & Robyn

Info Station: Julien & Emma

Videographer: Jocelyn & Eliza

Greeter: Bailey & Bret

Backchannel Writer: Nyla, Rowan, Brandon, Eli

Share: Taylor, Zach

Google Earth: Cade & Nathan

FINISH EDUCATIONAL WEB SITE

  1. MYSTERY SKYPE
    1. Everyone get into the Edmodo group for the Mystery Skype
    2. Question & Answer: Alyssa & Ethan–Get your questions ready–You each should have 10 questions (20 total)
    3. Photographer: Jacob & Robyn–Post your pictures to the Edmodo Mystery Skype wall–Post at least 5 pictures per person (10 total)
    4. Info Station: Julien & Emma–Get at least 3 search engines going
    5. Videographer: Jocelyn & Eliza–Get the cameras ready
    6. Greeter: Bailey & Bret–Decide what you will say to start. Write it down and show me.
    7. Backchannel Writer: Nyla, Rowan, Brandon, Eli–Go to http://todaysmeet.com and get ready to record.
    8. Share: Taylor, Zach–What will you tell them? Come up with a list of 10 facts.
    9. Google Earth: Cade & Nathan–Get my iPad and go to Google Earth
  1. Send me a note in Edmodo about how we can do the Mystery Skype differently next time so that it is not so chaotic.
  2. GOAL: Prepare for your presentation next class.
      1. Typing Web
      2. Prepare for your presentation. Create the following in a WORD file. Send it to me in Edmodo before you leave class today.
        1. Write your introduction–This should include the following:
          1. What your website is about.
          2. Why you chose this topic.
          3. What we should learn from viewing your website.
        2. Write your script for each page of your website. This should include:
          1. What the page is about.
          2. What we can learn from the topic of the page.
          3. Why this topic on this page should be important for us to know.
        3. Write your conclusion–This shoudl include the following:
          1. Tell us what we should have learned–REVIEW
          2. Show us the page in your website that you included your sources!! You will have to do this!! On this page of sources in your website include the following:
            1. The title of the website you used
            2. The URL for the website
      3. Make finishing touches to your site. You will present your educational site to the class next class.
      4. Check JMC and get any zeros or missing work turned in.
      5. Typing Club
  1. GOAL: Prepare for your presentation next class.
      1. Typing Club
      2. Prepare for your presentation. Create the following in a WORD file. Send it to me in Edmodo before you leave class today.
        1. Write your introduction–This should include the following:
          1. What your website is about.
          2. Why you chose this topic.
          3. What we should learn from viewing your website.
        2. Write your script for each page of your website. This should include:
          1. What the page is about.
          2. What we can learn from the topic of the page.
          3. Why this topic on this page should be important for us to know.
        3. Write your conclusion–This shoudl include the following:
          1. Tell us what we should have learned–REVIEW
          2. Show us the page in your website that you included your sources!! You will have to do this!! On this page of sources in your website include the following:
            1. The title of the website you used
            2. The URL for the website
      3. Make finishing touches to your site. You will present your educational site to the class next class.
      4. Check JMC and get any zeros or missing work turned in.
      5. Typing Web
  1. GOAL: Teach the class about your educational topic of your website.
    1. Teacher Evaluation UPDATE
    2. Present your educational website to the class

GOAL: Teach the class about your educational topic of your website.

  1. Present your educational website to the class

GOAL: Teach the class about your educational topic of your website.

    1. Present your educational website to the class
  1. Typing Club
  2. Prep for Mystery Skype #2

MYSTERY SKYPE DAY (12:30) — http://todaysmeet.com/mysteryskype

  1. Typing Club
  1. Typing Club
  2. Join the Edmodo group Mystery Google Hangout: 9kt4k2
  1. Typing Club
  2. Review
  1. Typing Club
  2. Check JMC–make up work
  3. Begin Final Project

 

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