PAY DAY & AUCTION DAY

CHECK JMC–TURN IN MAKE UP WORK

CHALLENGE A CLASSMATE TO A FRIENDLY COMPETITION OF LEMONADE STAND

WE HAVE 5 MORE CLASSES—WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO NEXT?

  • personal finance stuff–http://www.genirevolution.org/
  • coding stuff–http://scratch.mit.edu/
  • app making stuff:
    • http://buildfire.com/
    • http://www.mobincube.com/
    • http://apps.appypie.com/app/settings
    • http://ibuildapp.com/
  • game making stuff:
    • http://apps.appypie.com/gamebuilder
    • http://gamesalad.com/download
    • http://www.appsgeyser.com/gamemaker/
    • https://www.touchdevelop.com/app/#
  • Google form stuff–http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzgaUOW6GIs
  • Infographic stuff:
    • https://piktochart.com/
    • http://checkthis.com/
    • https://www.canva.com/
    • https://board.tuzzit.com/#/popup/free

Go to the 8th Grade Documentary Student Page of Fame and explore ALL CLASS!!! There is a lot to look at!! What do you want to learn during this class? You will answer this question at the end of class today. Please pick at least 3 different topics/units you would like to explore and rank them with #1 being your most favorite unit/topic. Be sure to explain why you chose each unit/topic. Use good writing skills. Be sure to include your answers to these questions in your daily writing for today below.

IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page:

  1. Describe what happened or what you did during class.
  2. Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these terms:
    1. Strength & Weaknesses
    2. Successes & Setback
  3. What have you learned due to this experience?
  4. Answer one (or more) of these questions:
    1. What can you do to improve your learning?
    2. How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
  5. Remember to go back and read what your classmates wrote about to get ideas for yourself!
  6. Be sure to use good writing skills!

WEEK OF CODE

GOAL: Before you leave today you will demonstrate your knowledge of Google Forms. THIS IS FOR A TEST GRADE. DUE TODAY!!

Create another form for a different purpose. Choose a topic that is more significant locally–either here at the school, in the school district, in the City of Bellevue, or in Jackson county.

  1. Include 7 different question types
  2. Include a title
  3. Include additional instrucWEEK OF CODEPAY DAY, BILL DAY, AUCTION DAYLEARN HOW TO RUN A BUSINESSPLAY LEMONADE STAND–LEARN HOW TO RUN A BUSINESS

     

    PSA’s ON GOOD CHARACTER FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS

    GOAL: You will have the opportunity to create a public service announcement for the elementary students to promote good character.

    1. Here are some examples of public service announcements:
      1. Bullying
      2. Stay In School
      3. Mental Illness
      4. Walmart
      5. Stop Smoking
    2. Decide on which of the pillars you would like to focus your educational public service announcement:
      1. Trustworthiness
      2. Respect
      3. Responsibility
      4. Fairness
      5. Caring
      6. Citizenship.
    3. Conduct Internet research on several of the topics above to see which one interests you the most. This may take you the entire class time today. Be sure to pick a topic of great interest to you because you will be spending a lot of time on it. Then do the following:
      1. In a Google Doc, type a description of what topic you would like to be exploring for your movie. Be very detailed and descriptive. Be sure your name appears in the file. Share it with me.

    GOAL: Today you will get with your partner and organize your project.

    1. Work on your project. The following may help:
      1. Share your ideas from last class with your group.
      2. One person in your group needs to create a NEW Folder in their ONLINE Google Drive–share the folder with me and the other members in your group–EVERYONE will save all files including pictures for this project to that folder
      3. One person in your group needs to create a NEW Google Doc–share it with me and your other group members
        1. In this Google Doc, create an OUTLINE for your project and assign each person in your group sections to work on. Here is an example:
          1. Intro-Tell your audience what they will learn (Tracy)–GET THEIR ATTENTION
            1. Learning Point #1
            2. Learning Point #2
            3. Learning Point #3
          2. Non-Examples of the pillar you chose (Tracy)–HOLD THEIR ATTENTION
            1. Non-example #1
            2. Non-example #2
          3. Examples of your pillar (Sue)–HOLD THEIR ATTENTION
            1. Example #1
            2. Example #2
          4. Conclusion–Tell your audience what to DO (Sue)
            1. Tell them what steps to take to be fair, responsible, trustworthy,………
            2. Credits
    2. You have today and next class to finish
    3. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED

     

    GOAL: Complete your Pillar movie

    1. Have a team meeting–decide what you need to accomplish today and who will do what.
    2. Conduct Internet research on your Pillar–find STATISTICS!! This makes your video more credible.
    3. Remember to save all picture and files to the SHARED Google Drive folder for this project
    4. Remember to take notes in the SHARED Google Doc for this project.
      1. Remember the following:
        1. Intro-Tell your audience what they will learn (Tracy)
          1. Learning Point #1
          2. Learning Point #2
          3. Learning Point #3
        2. Non-Examples of the pillar you chose (Tracy)
          1. Non-example #1
          2. Non-example #2
        3. Examples of your pillar (Sue)
          1. Example #1
          2. Example #2
        4. Conclusion–Tell your audience what to day (Sue)
          1. Tell them what steps to take to be fair, responsible, trustworthy,………
          2. Credits
    5. With 5-10 minutes remaining in class, as a group, send me a note in Edmodo telling me what you accomplished today, what you still need to get done, and what you learned: either about your pillar topic and/or about PowToon, and/or anything else……

    Finish today. You will be able to make finishing touches and make it portable next class.

    HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED

     

    PROMOTIONAL VIDEO LESSON PLANS

    At the end of class, write down ideas you may have for your BMS/BHS promotional video clip in a Google Doc shared with me

    SAMPLE SCHOOL DOCUMENTARIES:

    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVQwHM16wVc
    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwdXMnr7dAQ
    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYJi8JArJ34

    YOU HAVE TODAY AND NEXT CLASS TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT

    SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to create a 2-3 minute video promoting the entire school district. The BCSD has requested the video contain as many students & activities as possible. The school would like to use it as a promotional piece on their website. They would like to highlight what Bellevue Community School District has to offer.

    SAMPLE DOCUMENTARIES:

    1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSeFKiQiaDM
    2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfDkKQX60k4

    BEFORE YOU LEAVE TODAY YOU NEED TO HAVE ACCOMPLISHED THE FOLLOWING:

    1. Get into groups of 2-4.
    2. Brainstorm
      1. What do you want your final project to look like? (a day in the life of a student at each school? start big (the earth) & end with a tour of the buildings in our district?)
      2. What do you want to include? (people with signs? what people?…..interviews? of who?)
      3. What do you want to incorporate? (humor? interviews?)
      4. Who are you going to interview?
      5. What questions will you ask?
      6. What statistics will you collect? (maybe ask Mr. Meyer, Mrs. Hartung-Schroeder, and Mr. Recker what they would like to see–create a Google Doc asking them……..)
    3. Create an outline for your project in the shared Google Doc
    4. Next to each part in the outline, type the name of the person responsible for conducting the research on that part of the project.
    5. Begin conducting research on YOUR part of the project.
      1. Save pictures to your shared project folder.
      2. Take notes in your shared Google Doc under your sections of the outline
      3. Be sure to keep track of all the websites you use so you can have thorough credits at the end.
      4. During your research, COLLECT STATISTICS!!!

    HERE IS THE SAMPLE OUTLINE:

    1. Introduction
      1. What is the goal?
      2. What will the audience see/learn?
      3. Watch this: Attention Grabber: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_VvIr1KkLo
    2. Body–this can have several parts………how will the video be presented? what are the main parts/sections?
    3. Conclusion
      1. What do you want your audience to do or know after watching your movie? Tell them in the end!!!
      2. Watch this: Closing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3wlW6PaTsA
      3. Credits–VERY THOROUGH!!
        1. For each website souce provide the name of the website and the URL
        2. For each interview you conduct, get permission from that person to have their interview in your movie and their name provided in the movie.
        3. For each photo used, get permission from that person to have their photo in your movie and their name provided in the movie.
    • Begin to collect images, music, and video clips on your topic. Add them to the shared folder in your Google Drive.
    • Here are some resources:
      1. Video Clips: Learn360-username and password are on the board
      2. Music:
        1. Soundzabound-username and password are on the board
        2. Jamendo
      3. Clipart: iCLIPART-username and password are on the board
      4. Keepvid
      5. Zamzar
    • Create a NEW Google Doc. Tell me how this project should be graded. Share the Google Doc with me. Here are some of my suggestions:
      1. Use local photos
      2. Use royalty free music
      3. Use animated clipart
      4. Length 2 minutes–MAX
      5. State what is being taught at the beginning
      6. Educate your audience on your topic
      7. Review and tell your audience what to do in the end
      8. Provide credits
      9. Teamwork

    COMPLETE TODAY–EXPORT THE FILE AS A MOVIE FILE–SEND TO ME THOUGH GOOGLE DRIVE

    YOU WILL PRESENT NEXT CLASS.

    SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to create a 2-3 minute video promoting the entire school district. The BCSD has requested the video contain as many students & activities as possible. The school would like to use it as a promotional piece on their website. They would like to highlight what Bellevue Community School District has to offer.

    Conduct research on your project. Begin saving music, photos, images,etc. FROM THE INTERNET to your SHARED folder for this project.

    BEFORE YOU LEAVE TODAY YOU NEED TO HAVE ACCOMPLISHED THE FOLLOWING:

    1. Review with your group members what you accomplished/agreed on last class. Discuss what you need to accomplish today.
    2. Some things to think about/decide:
      1. What do you want your final project to look like? (for example: a day in the life of a student at each school? start big (the earth) & end with a tour of the buildings in our district?)
      2. What do you want to include? (people with signs? what people?…..interviews? of who?)
      3. What do you want to incorporate? (humor? interviews?)
      4. Who are you going to interview?
      5. What questions will you ask?
      6. What statistics will you collect? (maybe ask Mr. Meyer, Mrs. Hartung-Schroeder, and Mr. Recker what they would like to see–create a Google Doc asking them……..)
    3. Continue conducting research on YOUR part of the project.
      1. Save pictures to your shared project folder.
      2. Take notes in your shared Google Doc under your sections of the outline
      3. Be sure to keep track of all the websites you use so you can have thorough credits at the end.
      4. During your research, COLLECT STATISTICS!!!

    HERE IS THE SAMPLE OUTLINE:

    1. Introduction
      1. What is the goal?
      2. What will the audience see/learn?
      3. Watch this: Attention Grabber: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_VvIr1KkLo
    2. Body–this can have several parts………how will the video be presented? what are the main parts/sections?
    3. Conclusion
      1. What do you want your audience to do or know after watching your movie? Tell them in the end!!!
      2. Watch this: Closing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3wlW6PaTsA
      3. Credits–VERY THOROUGH!!
        1. For each website souce provide the name of the website and the URL
        2. For each interview you conduct, get permission from that person to have their interview in your movie and their name provided in the movie.
        3. For each photo used, get permission from that person to have their photo in your movie and their name provided in the movie.
    1. REMEMBER TO MEET THE NEEDS OF YOUR CLIENT!!! (If you don’t know, ASK them! Create a Google Doc and share it with them or go talk to them!)
    2. List names of people you plan to interview and and the questions you will ask. Get the questions to them today. Then set up a time to interview them.
    3. Continue to work on your movie. When gathering footage or pictures, remember to stay in our section of the hallway. Do not interrupt classes!
    4. You may use one of the following to create your  promotional video clip:
      1. WeVideo
      2. Pixorial
      3. PowToon
      4. MovieMaker
      5. iMovie
    5. Here are some web sites that might help:
      1. www.iclipart.com (go to the school version) the username and password is on the board
      2. www.soundzabound.com the username and password is on the board
      3. www.learn360.com the username and password is on the board
      4. www.jamendo.com
      5. www.zamzar.com
    6. WRITING FOR TODAY: How should you and your group be graded on this project?

    SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to create a 2-3 minute video promoting the entire school district. The BCSD has requested the video contain as many students & activities as possible. The school would like to use it as a promotional piece on their website. They would like to highlight what Bellevue Community School District has to offer.

    Conduct research on your project. Begin saving music, photos, images,etc. FROM THE INTERNET to your SHARED folder for this project.

    1. Create a Google Doc and share your team’s plan for the elementary school visit on Friday. Here are some things to consider:
      1. We will be visiting the elementary on Friday. As a team, figure out what you want to accomplish at the elementary school:
        1. Are you going to interview anyone? Who will do the interviewing? Who will do the videoing? Is the camera charged that you want to use?
          1. Who? Students? Teachers? Paraprofessional? Administrators?
          2. What will you ask them?
            1. Let them know you will be at the elementary from 8:45 to 9:05–send them the questions today in a SHARED Google Doc.
        2. Are you going to take pictures? Of what? Who will do it?
    2. What else do you want to accomplish as a team today? REMEMBER TO MEET THE NEEDS OF YOUR CLIENT!!! (If you don’t know, ASK them! Create a Google Doc and share it with them or go talk to them!)
    3. You may use one of the following to create your  promotional video clip:
      1. WeVideo
      2. Pixorial
      3. PowToon
      4. MovieMaker
      5. iMovie
    4. Here are some web sites that might help:
      1. www.iclipart.com (go to the school version) the username and password is on the board
      2. www.soundzabound.com the username and password is on the board
      3. www.learn360.com the username and password is on the board
      4. www.jamendo.com
      5. www.zamzar.com
    5. Before you leave today you should have at least 5-10 photos/images, 5 songs.
    6. WRITING FOR TODAY: What did you accomplish? How is the team working together? What still needs to be done?

    SCENARIO: You have been hired by the Bellevue Community School District to create a 2-3 minute video promoting the entire school district. The BCSD has requested the video contain as many students & activities as possible. The school would like to use it as a promotional piece on their website. They would like to highlight what Bellevue Community School District has to offer.

    YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT 2 CLASSES TO COMPLETE YOUR VIDEO

    1. REMEMBER TO MEET THE NEEDS OF YOUR CLIENT!!
    2. List names of people you plan to interview and and the questions you will ask. Get the questions to them today. Then set up a time to interview them.
    3. Continue to work on your movie. When gathering footage or pictures, remember to stay in our section of the hallway. Do not interrupt classes!
    4. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED:
      1. Project Criteria
    5. Writing for today: What did you do today to help your group complete this project? What can you do next time to contribute? Please respond using 3-5 sentences.

    TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO WORK ON COLLECTING FOOTAGE FOR YOUR MOVIE

    1. BEGIN CREATING YOUR MOVIE IN PIXORIAL, iMOVIE, MOVIEMAKER, POWTOON, or WEVIDEO, if you haven’t yet.
    2. Continue to work on your movie. When gathering footage or pictures, remember: Do not interrupt classes!
    3. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED:
      1. Project Criteria
    4. NEXT CLASS YOU WILL FINISH CREATING YOUR MOVIE

    TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO WORK ON YOUR MOVIE

    1. FINISH CREATING YOUR MOVIE IN PIXORIAL, iMOVIE, MOVIEMAKER, POWTOON, or WEVIDEO
    2. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED:
      1. Project Criteria
    3. NEXT CLASS YOU WILL DO A PEER REVIEW OF YOUR CLASSMATES PROJECT

    TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO WORK ON YOUR MOVIE

    1. FINISH CREATING YOUR MOVIE IN PIXORIAL, iMOVIE, MOVIEMAKER, POWTOON, or WEVIDEO
    2. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED:
      1. Project Criteria
    3. NEXT CLASS YOU WILL DO A PEER REVIEW OF YOUR CLASSMATES PROJECT

    PEER REVIEW!!! When your group is finished, find another group that is also finished and the do the following:

    1. Get your movie on your screen
    2. Trade seats
    3. View their movie (as you are viewing the movie, jot down what you like and what could be improved)
    4. When you are done viewing, detail your compliments and critisms, and give them to the other group.
    5. Go back to your seats and make the indicated changes, if you view them as valuable.
    6. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED:
      1. Project Criteria
    7. Next class you will make corrections and plan your presentation.

    PEER REVIEW!!! When your group is finished, find another group that is also finished and the do the following:

    1. Get your movie on your screen
    2. Trade seats
    3. View their movie (as you are viewing the movie, jot down what you like and what could be improved)
    4. When you are done viewing, detail your compliments and critisms, and give them to the other group.
    5. Go back to your seats and make the indicated changes, if you view them as valuable.
    6. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED:
      1. Project Criteria
    7. Next class you will make corrections and plan your presentation.

    TODAY:

    1. Consider the comments your classmates made last class about your video. Make any changes you see as necessary.
    2. Plan your presentation. Be sure to type out an introduction–why is your video better than everyone else’s video? what can we expect to see when we watch it?
    3. Watch your movie one final time to be sure you have everything spelled correctly and that you have thorough credits at the end. There should be SEVERAL URL’s!!!
    4. Publish the movie
    5. Get your movie to me through Edmodo or Google Drive
    6. Next class you will present.
    7. HER2E IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED

    You will present next class.

    Watch your classmates videos. Assign each a score based on the grading rubric:  HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED

    TYPE YOUR COMMENTS HERE

    1. Grace, Sierra, Layla
    2. Austin, Jordan, TJ
    3. Logan, Hunter, Lucus, Riley
    4. Theron, Andrew, Toby, Kyle
    5. Giana & Kylie
    6. Cari & Alexia

    FIX YOUR PROMOTIONAL VIDEO FOR A BETTER GRADE!!! SEE MRS. WEBER!!!

    FIX YOUR PROMOTIONAL VIDEO FOR A BETTER GRADE!!! SEE MRS. WEBER!!!

    TED TALKS

    TODAY: You will begin your final project. Your final project will be a TED TALK VIDEO CLIP–you will talk about something passionate to you to educate your audience and you will incorporate tools from the quarter that were learned during class such as WeVideo, PowToon, MovieMaker, etc.

    HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED

    RIGHT NOW:

    1. Watch TED Talks videos to get an idea about what you will be doing:
      1. http://blog.ted.com/2013/11/15/10-inspiring-talks-from-tedyouth/
      2. http://blog.ted.com/2013/11/11/songs-poems-a-miniature-ted-some-incredible-tedyouth-applications/
      3. http://www.ted.com/playlists/129/ted_under_20
    2. Create a Google Doc. Describe your topic for your TED Talk and why you think your audience will benefit from learning about it. Also mention the GOAL of the Talk. Share it with me: tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us
    3. In the same Google Doc, prepare an outline for your talk. Here is something you can copy & paste & adjust to fit your topic:
      1. Introduction
        1. catch your audience’s attention–how will you do that?
        2. tell them what they will learn from watching your video clip
      2. Body (not necessarily in this order………….)
        1. What is the problem?
        2. What are potential solutions?
        3. What is your opinion?
        4. provide facts & statistics
        5. hold your audience’s attention
      3. Conclusion
        1. Review what they learned
        2. Tell them what to do right now
        3. Provide credits

    GOAL: Before you leave today, you will work to complete your TED Talk video. You have today and next class to finish your project.

    YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT TWO CLASSES TO WORK ON THIS

    HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED

    1. Work on your final project
      1. You need PRIMARY and SECONDARY resources.
        1. PRIMARY SOURCES: interviews of people
        2. SECONDARY SOURCES: the internet, books, magazines, etc.
      2. Your movie can only be TWO MINUTES in length
      3. GET YOUR AUDIENCES ATTENTION & TELL THEM WHAT THEY WILL LEARN (THE GOAL OF THE MOVIE)–beginning of movie
      4. HOLD YOUR AUDIENCE’S ATTENTION & EDUCATE THEM–middle of the movie
      5. TELL YOUR AUDIENCE WHAT THEY CAN DO OR WHAT THEY SHOULD DO AND WHAT THEY SHOULD HAVE LEARNED–end of movie
      6. Be sure to include credits at the end for all websites, books, magazines, and interviews-ALL YOUR RESOURCES
      7. Include at least 2 still photos and 1 video clip
    2. With 10 minutes left in class, send me a note in Edmodo describing what you accomplished today and what still needs to be done.

    GOAL: Before you leave today, you will work to complete your TED Talk video. You have to finish your project today.

    YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT CLASS TO WORK ON THIS

    1. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED
    2. You need PRIMARY and SECONDARY resources.
      1. PRIMARY SOURCES: interviews of people
      2. SECONDARY SOURCES: the internet, books, magazines, etc.
    3. Your movie can only be TWO MINUTES in length
    4. GET YOUR AUDIENCES ATTENTION & TELL THEM WHAT THEY WILL LEARN (THE GOAL OF THE MOVIE)–beginning of movie
    5. HOLD YOUR AUDIENCE’S ATTENTION & EDUCATE THEM–middle of the movie
    6. TELL YOUR AUDIENCE WHAT THEY CAN DO OR WHAT THEY SHOULD DO AND WHAT THEY SHOULD HAVE LEARNED–end of movie
    7. Be sure to include credits at the end for all websites, books, magazines, and interviews-ALL YOUR RESOURCES
    8. Include at least 2 still photos and 1 video clip
    9. With 10 minutes left in class, send me a note in Edmodo describing what you accomplished today.

    GOAL: Before you leave today, you will work to complete your TED Talk video. You have to finish your project today.

    LAST DAY!! YOU WILL PUBLISH IT NEXT CLASS

    1. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED
    2. You need PRIMARY and SECONDARY resources.
      1. PRIMARY SOURCES: interviews of people
      2. SECONDARY SOURCES: the internet, books, magazines, etc.
    3. Your movie can only be TWO MINUTES in length
    4. GET YOUR AUDIENCES ATTENTION & TELL THEM WHAT THEY WILL LEARN (THE GOAL OF THE MOVIE)–beginning of movie
    5. HOLD YOUR AUDIENCE’S ATTENTION & EDUCATE THEM–middle of the movie
    6. TELL YOUR AUDIENCE WHAT THEY CAN DO OR WHAT THEY SHOULD DO AND WHAT THEY SHOULD HAVE LEARNED–end of movie
    7. Be sure to include credits at the end for all websites, books, magazines, and interviews-ALL YOUR RESOURCES
    8. Include at least 2 still photos and 1 video clip
    9. With 10 minutes left in class, send me a note in Edmodo describing what you accomplished today.

    GOAL: Before you leave today, you will work to complete your TED Talk video. You have to finish your project today.

    PUBLISH & PREPARE TO PRESENT

    1. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED
    2. You need PRIMARY and SECONDARY resources.
      1. PRIMARY SOURCES: interviews of people
      2. SECONDARY SOURCES: the internet, books, magazines, etc.
    3. Your movie can only be TWO MINUTES in length
    4. GET YOUR AUDIENCES ATTENTION & TELL THEM WHAT THEY WILL LEARN (THE GOAL OF THE MOVIE)–beginning of movie
    5. HOLD YOUR AUDIENCE’S ATTENTION & EDUCATE THEM–middle of the movie
    6. TELL YOUR AUDIENCE WHAT THEY CAN DO OR WHAT THEY SHOULD DO AND WHAT THEY SHOULD HAVE LEARNED–end of movie
    7. Be sure to include credits at the end for all websites, books, magazines, and interviews-ALL YOUR RESOURCES
    8. Include at least 2 still photos and 1 video clip
    9. With 10 minutes left in class, send me a note in Edmodo describing what you accomplished today.

    GOAL: Before you leave today, you will work to complete your TED Talk video. You have to finish your project today.

    PRESENT

    HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED

    FINISH

    GOAL: Complete your Pillar movie

    1. Have a team meeting–decide what you need to accomplish today and who will do what.
    2. Conduct Internet research on your Pillar–find STATISTICS!! This makes your video more credible.
    3. Remember to save all picture and files to the SHARED Google Drive folder for this project
    4. Remember to take notes in the SHARED Google Doc for this project.
      1. Remember the following:
        1. Intro-Tell your audience what they will learn (Tracy)
          1. Learning Point #1
          2. Learning Point #2
          3. Learning Point #3
        2. Non-Examples of the pillar you chose (Tracy)
          1. Non-example #1
          2. Non-example #2
        3. Examples of your pillar (Sue)
          1. Example #1
          2. Example #2
        4. Conclusion–Tell your audience what to day (Sue)
          1. Tell them what steps to take to be fair, responsible, trustworthy,………
          2. Credits
    5. With 5-10 minutes remaining in class, as a group, send me a note in Edmodo telling me what you accomplished today, what you still need to get done, and what you learned: either about your pillar topic and/or about PowToon, and/or anything else……

    Finish today. You will be able to make finishing touches and make it portable next class. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED

    GOAL: You will have the opportunity to create a public service announcement for the elementary students to promote good character. When you are done:

    1. Watch an critique your classmates videos. In the comments section below, with your partner, please critique each video using the following criteria for each:
      1. Did it capture your attention in the beginning?
      2. Did you learn something from it? Did they get their point across? Is this information you can use?
      3. Did they tell you what to do in the end? Did they provide credits?
      4. Was it creative?
      5. Overall, how would you rate this video on a scale of 1-5: 1=terrible and 5=awesome
    2. Here are the videos:
      1. Adrianna & Sydnee
      2. Jacob
      3. Blaze
      4. Riley & David
      5. Zoe & Maddie
      6. Brady & Brandon
      7. Lexi & Rebecca
      8. Nick & Teresa
      9. Cisco & Mariah
      10. Ty & Kayden
    3. EXTRA CREDIT FOR YOUR GROUP:
      1. MAKE A QUIZ!!! Click CREATE in your GOOGLE DRIVE and choose FORM
        1. TOGETHER–create a 10 question quiz designed for elementary age students on the pillar you promoted.
        2. Share the quiz with me when it is done

    CTE Month

    Public Service Announcement Contest
    Rules and Guidelines

     What is the goal?
    To promote career and technical education by creating a video public service announcement (PSA) incorporating the CTE Month logo and 2017 tagline, “­­­­­­Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow!”

    Who can enter?
    The contest is open to secondary, postsecondary and adult CTE students in film and video production classes or in other CTE courses. Students may enter as individuals or as a group.

    What do I win?
    ACTE will announce the winning PSA during CareerTech VISION 2016, November 30-December 3, 2016 in Las Vegas, NV, and will notify the winners individually just before the conference begins. The school that the winning student or team attends will receive $500. The school that the second-place student or team attends will receive $250. First- and second-place videos will be publicized on the Internet through ACTE social media channels and shared with ACTE’s members to use during CTE Month in their schools and local areas. The winning student or team is not required to attend CareerTech VISION 2016.

    What’s required?

    • Video entries must be 29 seconds in length.
    • Entries must incorporate the CTE Month logo and 2017 tagline into the PSA video.
    • Entries must incorporate the following message, presented as text on-screen and/or spoken by talent: “Learn more about career and technical education at ctemonth.org”, and must display the CTE Month web address on screen: www.ctemonth.org.
    • Successful entries will NOT say “learn more about ACTE” or reference the Association for Career and Technical Education by name in the PSA. The videos are not intended to be an advertisement for ACTE, but a PSA for career and technical education.
    • Successful entries will use no other logos or web addresses in PSAs.
    • Entries that contain music, images, or other copyrighted media must be accompanied by proof that the creators of the entry have the expressed permission of the original copyright holder.
    • Submissions must adhere to the technical specifications listed below.

    Submitting your PSA entry:

    • PSA submissions must be completed by November 4th, 2016 at 5 p.m. EST.
    • Sound cannot be over 0 dBFS.
    • Videos must be submitted in .mp4 or .mov format.
    • Videos must be in 16:9 aspect ratio.
    • PSAs can be submitted in standard or high definition.
    • In addition to the 29 seconds of video content, please include at the beginning of the video 5 seconds of black, followed by 5 seconds of bars and tones, and then a slate with the title, the name of your school and the year (names of video creators and participants optional.) The slate should be on the screen long enough for it to be read comfortably by viewers.
    • PSA are to be submitted via Dropbox. Participants should create a Dropbox account free of charge, upload their submission, and email the link to koshinskie@acteonline.org.
    • Participants must submit a talent release form from each participant whose image and/or voice is used in the PSA. Students under 18 must have a parent’s or guardian’s signature on the form.
    • To finalize a submission, email the video link and talent release forms to Kevin Oshinskie. A phone number and mailing address for at least one contact must also be provided. This contact can be the educator responsible for the students who submitted the video and the mailing address can be the school’s.

    Do you have any tips for my PSA?
    The first step for making a great PSA is to learn about career and technical education (see the next section)! In addition, the winning videos for the CTE Month 2017 Video PSA Contest should strive to:

    • Engage and inform about CTE.
    • Show that CTE leads to a successful career.
    • Show the role of CTE in a strong national economy.
    • Depict a variety of CTE fields.
    • Depict the diversity of students involved in CTE.
    • Show CTE as relevant to the general public
    • Incorporate the CTE Month 2017 logo and tagline, the CTE Month web site address and the message about CTE Month as defined above (see the “What’s required?” section above).
    • Be technically well-made and suitable for broadcast on the internet.

    How can I learn more about CTE?
    Learn what CTE is and what kinds of courses it encompasses with ACTE’s “What is CTE?” page and our Fact Sheets:

    • Learn about the effectiveness of CTE in preparing students for further education and careers.
    • Learn how investment in CTE yields positive results for communities around the country.
    • Think about the role of CTE in the economy: CTE students grow up to become highly skilled technicians, medical professionals, IT specialists, businesspeople, engineers and more. The career fields that CTE students prepare for are the career fields that keep our nation growing.

    IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page: IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page:

      1. Describe what happened or what you did during class.
      2. Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these terms:
          1. Strength & Weaknesses
          2. Successes & Setback
      3. What have you learned due to this experience?
      4. Answer one (or more) of these questions:
          1. What can you do to improve your learning?
          2. How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
      5. Remember to go back and read what your classmates wrote about to get ideas for yourself!
      6. Be sure to use good writing skills!!

    YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT 3 CLASSES TO FINISH

    CTE Month

    Public Service Announcement Contest
    Rules and Guidelines

     What is the goal?
    To promote career and technical education by creating a video public service announcement (PSA) incorporating the CTE Month logo and 2017 tagline, “­­­­­­Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow!”

    Who can enter?
    The contest is open to secondary, postsecondary and adult CTE students in film and video production classes or in other CTE courses. Students may enter as individuals or as a group.

    What do I win?
    ACTE will announce the winning PSA during CareerTech VISION 2016, November 30-December 3, 2016 in Las Vegas, NV, and will notify the winners individually just before the conference begins. The school that the winning student or team attends will receive $500. The school that the second-place student or team attends will receive $250. First- and second-place videos will be publicized on the Internet through ACTE social media channels and shared with ACTE’s members to use during CTE Month in their schools and local areas. The winning student or team is not required to attend CareerTech VISION 2016.

    What’s required?

    • Video entries must be 29 seconds in length.
    • Entries must incorporate the CTE Month logo and 2017 tagline into the PSA video.
    • Entries must incorporate the following message, presented as text on-screen and/or spoken by talent: “Learn more about career and technical education at ctemonth.org”, and must display the CTE Month web address on screen: www.ctemonth.org.
    • Successful entries will NOT say “learn more about ACTE” or reference the Association for Career and Technical Education by name in the PSA. The videos are not intended to be an advertisement for ACTE, but a PSA for career and technical education.
    • Successful entries will use no other logos or web addresses in PSAs.
    • Entries that contain music, images, or other copyrighted media must be accompanied by proof that the creators of the entry have the expressed permission of the original copyright holder.
    • Submissions must adhere to the technical specifications listed below.

    Submitting your PSA entry:

    • PSA submissions must be completed by November 4th, 2016 at 5 p.m. EST.
    • Sound cannot be over 0 dBFS.
    • Videos must be submitted in .mp4 or .mov format.
    • Videos must be in 16:9 aspect ratio.
    • PSAs can be submitted in standard or high definition.
    • In addition to the 29 seconds of video content, please include at the beginning of the video 5 seconds of black, followed by 5 seconds of bars and tones, and then a slate with the title, the name of your school and the year (names of video creators and participants optional.) The slate should be on the screen long enough for it to be read comfortably by viewers.
    • PSA are to be submitted via Dropbox. Participants should create a Dropbox account free of charge, upload their submission, and email the link to koshinskie@acteonline.org.
    • Participants must submit a talent release form from each participant whose image and/or voice is used in the PSA. Students under 18 must have a parent’s or guardian’s signature on the form.
    • To finalize a submission, email the video link and talent release forms to Kevin Oshinskie. A phone number and mailing address for at least one contact must also be provided. This contact can be the educator responsible for the students who submitted the video and the mailing address can be the school’s.

    Do you have any tips for my PSA?
    The first step for making a great PSA is to learn about career and technical education (see the next section)! In addition, the winning videos for the CTE Month 2017 Video PSA Contest should strive to:

    • Engage and inform about CTE.
    • Show that CTE leads to a successful career.
    • Show the role of CTE in a strong national economy.
    • Depict a variety of CTE fields.
    • Depict the diversity of students involved in CTE.
    • Show CTE as relevant to the general public
    • Incorporate the CTE Month 2017 logo and tagline, the CTE Month web site address and the message about CTE Month as defined above (see the “What’s required?” section above).
    • Be technically well-made and suitable for broadcast on the internet.

    How can I learn more about CTE?
    Learn what CTE is and what kinds of courses it encompasses with ACTE’s “What is CTE?” page and our Fact Sheets:

    • Learn about the effectiveness of CTE in preparing students for further education and careers.
    • Learn how investment in CTE yields positive results for communities around the country.
    • Think about the role of CTE in the economy: CTE students grow up to become highly skilled technicians, medical professionals, IT specialists, businesspeople, engineers and more. The career fields that CTE students prepare for are the career fields that keep our nation growing.

    IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page: IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page:

      1. Describe what happened or what you did during class.
      2. Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these terms:
          1. Strength & Weaknesses
          2. Successes & Setback
      3. What have you learned due to this experience?
      4. Answer one (or more) of these questions:
          1. What can you do to improve your learning?
          2. How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
      5. Remember to go back and read what your classmates wrote about to get ideas for yourself!
      6. Be sure to use good writing skills!!

    YOU HAVE TODAY AND THE NEXT 2 CLASSES TO FINISH THIS

     CTE Month

    Public Service Announcement Contest
    Rules and Guidelines

     What is the goal?
    To promote career and technical education by creating a video public service announcement (PSA) incorporating the CTE Month logo and 2017 tagline, “­­­­­­Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow!”

    Who can enter?
    The contest is open to secondary, postsecondary and adult CTE students in film and video production classes or in other CTE courses. Students may enter as individuals or as a group.

    What do I win?
    ACTE will announce the winning PSA during CareerTech VISION 2016, November 30-December 3, 2016 in Las Vegas, NV, and will notify the winners individually just before the conference begins. The school that the winning student or team attends will receive $500. The school that the second-place student or team attends will receive $250. First- and second-place videos will be publicized on the Internet through ACTE social media channels and shared with ACTE’s members to use during CTE Month in their schools and local areas. The winning student or team is not required to attend CareerTech VISION 2016.

    What’s required?

    • Video entries must be 29 seconds in length.
    • Entries must incorporate the CTE Month logo and 2017 tagline into the PSA video.
    • Entries must incorporate the following message, presented as text on-screen and/or spoken by talent: “Learn more about career and technical education at ctemonth.org”, and must display the CTE Month web address on screen: www.ctemonth.org.
    • Successful entries will NOT say “learn more about ACTE” or reference the Association for Career and Technical Education by name in the PSA. The videos are not intended to be an advertisement for ACTE, but a PSA for career and technical education.
    • Successful entries will use no other logos or web addresses in PSAs.
    • Entries that contain music, images, or other copyrighted media must be accompanied by proof that the creators of the entry have the expressed permission of the original copyright holder.
    • Submissions must adhere to the technical specifications listed below.

    Submitting your PSA entry:

    • PSA submissions must be completed by November 4th, 2016 at 5 p.m. EST.
    • Sound cannot be over 0 dBFS.
    • Videos must be submitted in .mp4 or .mov format.
    • Videos must be in 16:9 aspect ratio.
    • PSAs can be submitted in standard or high definition.
    • In addition to the 29 seconds of video content, please include at the beginning of the video 5 seconds of black, followed by 5 seconds of bars and tones, and then a slate with the title, the name of your school and the year (names of video creators and participants optional.) The slate should be on the screen long enough for it to be read comfortably by viewers.
    • PSA are to be submitted via Dropbox. Participants should create a Dropbox account free of charge, upload their submission, and email the link to koshinskie@acteonline.org.
    • Participants must submit a talent release form from each participant whose image and/or voice is used in the PSA. Students under 18 must have a parent’s or guardian’s signature on the form.
    • To finalize a submission, email the video link and talent release forms to Kevin Oshinskie. A phone number and mailing address for at least one contact must also be provided. This contact can be the educator responsible for the students who submitted the video and the mailing address can be the school’s.

    Do you have any tips for my PSA?
    The first step for making a great PSA is to learn about career and technical education (see the next section)! In addition, the winning videos for the CTE Month 2017 Video PSA Contest should strive to:

    • Engage and inform about CTE.
    • Show that CTE leads to a successful career.
    • Show the role of CTE in a strong national economy.
    • Depict a variety of CTE fields.
    • Depict the diversity of students involved in CTE.
    • Show CTE as relevant to the general public
    • Incorporate the CTE Month 2017 logo and tagline, the CTE Month web site address and the message about CTE Month as defined above (see the “What’s required?” section above).
    • Be technically well-made and suitable for broadcast on the internet.

    How can I learn more about CTE?
    Learn what CTE is and what kinds of courses it encompasses with ACTE’s “What is CTE?” page and our Fact Sheets:

    • Learn about the effectiveness of CTE in preparing students for further education and careers.
    • Learn how investment in CTE yields positive results for communities around the country.
    • Think about the role of CTE in the economy: CTE students grow up to become highly skilled technicians, medical professionals, IT specialists, businesspeople, engineers and more. The career fields that CTE students prepare for are the career fields that keep our nation growing.

    IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page: IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page:

      1. Describe what happened or what you did during class.
      2. Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these terms:
          1. Strength & Weaknesses
          2. Successes & Setback
      3. What have you learned due to this experience?
      4. Answer one (or more) of these questions:
          1. What can you do to improve your learning?
          2. How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
      5. Remember to go back and read what your classmates wrote about to get ideas for yourself!
      6. Be sure to use good writing skills!!

    YOU HAVE TODAY AND NEXT CLASS TO FINISH THIS

     CTE Month

    Public Service Announcement Contest
    Rules and Guidelines

     What is the goal?
    To promote career and technical education by creating a video public service announcement (PSA) incorporating the CTE Month logo and 2017 tagline, “­­­­­­Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow!”

    Who can enter?
    The contest is open to secondary, postsecondary and adult CTE students in film and video production classes or in other CTE courses. Students may enter as individuals or as a group.

    What do I win?
    ACTE will announce the winning PSA during CareerTech VISION 2016, November 30-December 3, 2016 in Las Vegas, NV, and will notify the winners individually just before the conference begins. The school that the winning student or team attends will receive $500. The school that the second-place student or team attends will receive $250. First- and second-place videos will be publicized on the Internet through ACTE social media channels and shared with ACTE’s members to use during CTE Month in their schools and local areas. The winning student or team is not required to attend CareerTech VISION 2016.

    What’s required?

    • Video entries must be 29 seconds in length.
    • Entries must incorporate the CTE Month logo and 2017 tagline into the PSA video.
    • Entries must incorporate the following message, presented as text on-screen and/or spoken by talent: “Learn more about career and technical education at ctemonth.org”, and must display the CTE Month web address on screen: www.ctemonth.org.
    • Successful entries will NOT say “learn more about ACTE” or reference the Association for Career and Technical Education by name in the PSA. The videos are not intended to be an advertisement for ACTE, but a PSA for career and technical education.
    • Successful entries will use no other logos or web addresses in PSAs.
    • Entries that contain music, images, or other copyrighted media must be accompanied by proof that the creators of the entry have the expressed permission of the original copyright holder.
    • Submissions must adhere to the technical specifications listed below.

    Submitting your PSA entry:

    • PSA submissions must be completed by November 4th, 2016 at 5 p.m. EST.
    • Sound cannot be over 0 dBFS.
    • Videos must be submitted in .mp4 or .mov format.
    • Videos must be in 16:9 aspect ratio.
    • PSAs can be submitted in standard or high definition.
    • In addition to the 29 seconds of video content, please include at the beginning of the video 5 seconds of black, followed by 5 seconds of bars and tones, and then a slate with the title, the name of your school and the year (names of video creators and participants optional.) The slate should be on the screen long enough for it to be read comfortably by viewers.
    • PSA are to be submitted via Dropbox. Participants should create a Dropbox account free of charge, upload their submission, and email the link to koshinskie@acteonline.org.
    • Participants must submit a talent release form from each participant whose image and/or voice is used in the PSA. Students under 18 must have a parent’s or guardian’s signature on the form.
    • To finalize a submission, email the video link and talent release forms to Kevin Oshinskie. A phone number and mailing address for at least one contact must also be provided. This contact can be the educator responsible for the students who submitted the video and the mailing address can be the school’s.

    Do you have any tips for my PSA?
    The first step for making a great PSA is to learn about career and technical education (see the next section)! In addition, the winning videos for the CTE Month 2017 Video PSA Contest should strive to:

    • Engage and inform about CTE.
    • Show that CTE leads to a successful career.
    • Show the role of CTE in a strong national economy.
    • Depict a variety of CTE fields.
    • Depict the diversity of students involved in CTE.
    • Show CTE as relevant to the general public
    • Incorporate the CTE Month 2017 logo and tagline, the CTE Month web site address and the message about CTE Month as defined above (see the “What’s required?” section above).
    • Be technically well-made and suitable for broadcast on the internet.

    How can I learn more about CTE?
    Learn what CTE is and what kinds of courses it encompasses with ACTE’s “What is CTE?” page and our Fact Sheets:

    • Learn about the effectiveness of CTE in preparing students for further education and careers.
    • Learn how investment in CTE yields positive results for communities around the country.
    • Think about the role of CTE in the economy: CTE students grow up to become highly skilled technicians, medical professionals, IT specialists, businesspeople, engineers and more. The career fields that CTE students prepare for are the career fields that keep our nation growing.

    IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page: IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page:

      1. Describe what happened or what you did during class.
      2. Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these terms:
          1. Strength & Weaknesses
          2. Successes & Setback
      3. What have you learned due to this experience?
      4. Answer one (or more) of these questions:
          1. What can you do to improve your learning?
          2. How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
      5. Remember to go back and read what your classmates wrote about to get ideas for yourself!
      6. Be sure to use good writing skills!!

    DUE TODAY

     CTE Month

    Public Service Announcement Contest
    Rules and Guidelines

     What is the goal?
    To promote career and technical education by creating a video public service announcement (PSA) incorporating the CTE Month logo and 2017 tagline, “­­­­­­Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow!”

    Who can enter?
    The contest is open to secondary, postsecondary and adult CTE students in film and video production classes or in other CTE courses. Students may enter as individuals or as a group.

    What do I win?
    ACTE will announce the winning PSA during CareerTech VISION 2016, November 30-December 3, 2016 in Las Vegas, NV, and will notify the winners individually just before the conference begins. The school that the winning student or team attends will receive $500. The school that the second-place student or team attends will receive $250. First- and second-place videos will be publicized on the Internet through ACTE social media channels and shared with ACTE’s members to use during CTE Month in their schools and local areas. The winning student or team is not required to attend CareerTech VISION 2016.

    What’s required?

    • Video entries must be 29 seconds in length.
    • Entries must incorporate the CTE Month logo and 2017 tagline into the PSA video.
    • Entries must incorporate the following message, presented as text on-screen and/or spoken by talent: “Learn more about career and technical education at ctemonth.org”, and must display the CTE Month web address on screen: www.ctemonth.org.
    • Successful entries will NOT say “learn more about ACTE” or reference the Association for Career and Technical Education by name in the PSA. The videos are not intended to be an advertisement for ACTE, but a PSA for career and technical education.
    • Successful entries will use no other logos or web addresses in PSAs.
    • Entries that contain music, images, or other copyrighted media must be accompanied by proof that the creators of the entry have the expressed permission of the original copyright holder.
    • Submissions must adhere to the technical specifications listed below.

    Submitting your PSA entry:

    • PSA submissions must be completed by November 4th, 2016 at 5 p.m. EST.
    • Sound cannot be over 0 dBFS.
    • Videos must be submitted in .mp4 or .mov format.
    • Videos must be in 16:9 aspect ratio.
    • PSAs can be submitted in standard or high definition.
    • In addition to the 29 seconds of video content, please include at the beginning of the video 5 seconds of black, followed by 5 seconds of bars and tones, and then a slate with the title, the name of your school and the year (names of video creators and participants optional.) The slate should be on the screen long enough for it to be read comfortably by viewers.
    • PSA are to be submitted via Dropbox. Participants should create a Dropbox account free of charge, upload their submission, and email the link to koshinskie@acteonline.org.
    • Participants must submit a talent release form from each participant whose image and/or voice is used in the PSA. Students under 18 must have a parent’s or guardian’s signature on the form.
    • To finalize a submission, email the video link and talent release forms to Kevin Oshinskie. A phone number and mailing address for at least one contact must also be provided. This contact can be the educator responsible for the students who submitted the video and the mailing address can be the school’s.

    Do you have any tips for my PSA?
    The first step for making a great PSA is to learn about career and technical education (see the next section)! In addition, the winning videos for the CTE Month 2017 Video PSA Contest should strive to:

    • Engage and inform about CTE.
    • Show that CTE leads to a successful career.
    • Show the role of CTE in a strong national economy.
    • Depict a variety of CTE fields.
    • Depict the diversity of students involved in CTE.
    • Show CTE as relevant to the general public
    • Incorporate the CTE Month 2017 logo and tagline, the CTE Month web site address and the message about CTE Month as defined above (see the “What’s required?” section above).
    • Be technically well-made and suitable for broadcast on the internet.

    How can I learn more about CTE?
    Learn what CTE is and what kinds of courses it encompasses with ACTE’s “What is CTE?” page and our Fact Sheets:

    • Learn about the effectiveness of CTE in preparing students for further education and careers.
    • Learn how investment in CTE yields positive results for communities around the country.
    • Think about the role of CTE in the economy: CTE students grow up to become highly skilled technicians, medical professionals, IT specialists, businesspeople, engineers and more. The career fields that CTE students prepare for are the career fields that keep our nation growing.

    IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page: IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page:

      1. Describe what happened or what you did during class.
      2. Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these terms:
          1. Strength & Weaknesses
          2. Successes & Setback
      3. What have you learned due to this experience?
      4. Answer one (or more) of these questions:
          1. What can you do to improve your learning?
          2. How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
      5. Remember to go back and read what your classmates wrote about to get ideas for yourself!
      6. Be sure to use good writing skills!!

    PREVIEW & VOTING DAY

    TEACHER EVALUATION

    Adrianna, Sofia, Lexi

    Rebecca, Sydnee, Nick

    Cisco, Teresa, Riley

    Jacob, Maddie, Brandon

    Kayden, Mariah

    Blaze, Zoe, Brady

    GOAL: Before you leave class today you will have the opportunity to begin working on a group project to create a safety video.

    1. You have today and the next 2 classes to complete this project.
    2. HIGH SCHOOL SAFETY VIDEO CONTEST
    3. Get into groups of 3
    4. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED
    5. Today, decide on how you will do the following:
      1. GET YOUR AUDIENCES ATTENTION & TELL THEM WHAT THEY WILL LEARN (THE GOAL OF THE MOVIE)–beginning of commercial
      2. HOLD YOUR AUDIENCE’S ATTENTION & EDUCATE THEM–middle of the commercial
      3. TELL YOUR AUDIENCE WHAT THEY CAN DO OR WHAT THEY SHOULD DO AND WHAT THEY SHOULD HAVE LEARNED–end of commercial
      4. Be sure to include credits at the end for all websites, books, magazines, and interviews-ALL YOUR RESOURCES
      5. With 10 minutes left in class, describe what you accomplished today at the bottom of this page.
    6. Each of you will create a PowToon………

    IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page:

    1. Describe what happened or what you did during class.
    2. Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these terms:
      1. Strength & Weaknesses
      2. Successes & Setback
    3. What have you learned due to this experience?
    4. Answer one (or more) of these questions:
      1. What can you do to improve your learning?
      2. How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
    5. Remember to go back and read what your classmates wrote about to get ideas for yourself!
    6. Be sure to use good writing skills!!

    GOAL: Before you leave class today you will have the opportunity to begin working on a group project to create a safety video.

    1. You have today and the next class to complete this project.
    2. HIGH SCHOOL SAFETY VIDEO CONTEST
    3. Get into groups of 3
    4. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED
    5. Today, decide on how you will do the following:
      1. GET YOUR AUDIENCES ATTENTION & TELL THEM WHAT THEY WILL LEARN (THE GOAL OF THE MOVIE)–beginning of commercial
      2. HOLD YOUR AUDIENCE’S ATTENTION & EDUCATE THEM–middle of the commercial
      3. TELL YOUR AUDIENCE WHAT THEY CAN DO OR WHAT THEY SHOULD DO AND WHAT THEY SHOULD HAVE LEARNED–end of commercial
      4. Be sure to include credits at the end for all websites, books, magazines, and interviews-ALL YOUR RESOURCES
      5. With 10 minutes left in class, describe what you accomplished today at the bottom of this page.
    6. Each of you will create a PowToon………

    IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page:

    1. Describe what happened or what you did during class.
    2. Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these terms:
      1. Strength & Weaknesses
      2. Successes & Setback
    3. What have you learned due to this experience?
    4. Answer one (or more) of these questions:
      1. What can you do to improve your learning?
      2. How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
    5. Remember to go back and read what your classmates wrote about to get ideas for yourself!
    6. Be sure to use good writing skills!!

    GOAL: Before you leave class today you will have the opportunity to work on a group project to create a safety video.

      1. You have today to complete this project.
      2. HIGH SCHOOL SAFETY VIDEO CONTEST
      3. Get into groups of 3
      4. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED
      5. Today, decide on how you will do the following:
          1. GET YOUR AUDIENCES ATTENTION & TELL THEM WHAT THEY WILL LEARN (THE GOAL OF THE MOVIE)–beginning of commercial
          2. HOLD YOUR AUDIENCE’S ATTENTION & EDUCATE THEM–middle of the commercial
          3. TELL YOUR AUDIENCE WHAT THEY CAN DO OR WHAT THEY SHOULD DO AND WHAT THEY SHOULD HAVE LEARNED–end of commercial
          4. Be sure to include credits at the end for all websites, books, magazines, and interviews-ALL YOUR RESOURCES
          5. With 10 minutes left in class, describe what you accomplished today at the bottom of this page.
      6. Each of you will create a PowToon………

    IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page: IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page:

      1. Describe what happened or what you did during class.
      2. Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these terms:
          1. Strength & Weaknesses
          2. Successes & Setback
      3. What have you learned due to this experience?
      4. Answer one (or more) of these questions:
          1. What can you do to improve your learning?
          2. How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
      5. Remember to go back and read what your classmates wrote about to get ideas for yourself!
      6. Be sure to use good writing skills!!

    FINISH YOUR VIDEO:

    GOAL: Before you leave class today you will have the opportunity to begin working on a group project to create a safety video.

    1. You have today and the next class to complete this project.
    2. HIGH SCHOOL SAFETY VIDEO CONTEST
    3. Get into groups of 3
    4. HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE GRADED
    5. Today, decide on how you will do the following:
      1. GET YOUR AUDIENCES ATTENTION & TELL THEM WHAT THEY WILL LEARN (THE GOAL OF THE MOVIE)–beginning of commercial
      2. HOLD YOUR AUDIENCE’S ATTENTION & EDUCATE THEM–middle of the commercial
      3. TELL YOUR AUDIENCE WHAT THEY CAN DO OR WHAT THEY SHOULD DO AND WHAT THEY SHOULD HAVE LEARNED–end of commercial
      4. Be sure to include credits at the end for all websites, books, magazines, and interviews-ALL YOUR RESOURCES
      5. With 10 minutes left in class, describe what you accomplished today at the bottom of this page.
    6. Each of you will create a PowToon………

    IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page:

    1. Describe what happened or what you did during class.
    2. Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these terms:
      1. Strength & Weaknesses
      2. Successes & Setback
    3. What have you learned due to this experience?
    4. Answer one (or more) of these questions:
      1. What can you do to improve your learning?
      2. How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
    5. Remember to go back and read what your classmates wrote about to get ideas for yourself!
    6. Be sure to use good writing skills!!

     

    FINISH YOUR VIDEO

    PUBLISH IT

    PASTE THE PUBLISHED LINK IN THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW

    VIEW EVERYONE’S VIDEO AND VOTE

    SUBMIT VIDEO

    FINISH YOUR VIDEO

    PUBLISH IT

    PASTE THE PUBLISHED LINK IN THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW

    VIEW EVERYONE’S VIDEO AND VOTE

    SUBMIT VIDEO

    CODING & APP DEVELOPMENT LESSON PLANS

    What is Computer Coding?

    Why Learn to Code?

    TYNKER LOGIN–SIGN IN USING YOUR GOOGLE ACCOUNT–Class Code: 4702037

    Complete Lessons 1-3–What do you think?! Write in your Google Doc for this class. Be specific and use good writing skills.

    TYNKER–Lessons 1-6

    In the Google Doc for this class, tell me what you learned to do today using good writing skills.

    TYNKER–Lessons 1-6

    In the Google Doc for this class, tell me what you learned to do today using good writing skills.

    If you are done with Tynker: Create your own program that we can play/watch at the end of class and that I can feature in Tynker.

    TYNKER THROW DOWN: Create your own program that we can play/watch at the end of class and that I can feature in Tynker.

    In the Google Doc for this class, write about the game you created.

    PAY DAY

    CLERKS PREPARATION
    • Clerks–Write a paycheck for each student in your group
    • Class Banker–Make sure there is enough cash in the Central Classroom Bank.
    • Everyone–There are extra bank slips and bank logs in the back of the room in case you don’t have it in your folder.
    AUCTIONEERS PREPARATION
    • Auctioneers: Make sure each student in your group has an auction paddle/paper.
    • Auctioneers: Make sure you have an auction record form and extra bank slips ready.
    • Auctioneers: Gather the items for sale and set a starting bid level for each one based on its appeal. A starting level around $500 should work for many items.
    • Display the items so everyone can preview the goods.
    • Auctioneer–announce the items and their starting bids
    • Assistant Auctioneer–document each sale
    FINE OFFICER PREPARATION
    • All students–Extra bank slips and bank logs are in the back of the room.
    • Fine Officers–Extra blank fine slips are in the back of the room.
    • Fine Officers–Check the offense log.
    ALL STUDENTS PREPARATION
    • All students–your folder should contain: A rental agreement, an electricity log, and a rent log
    • Banker–check for unpaid bill notices
    • All students–extra bank slips and bank logs are in the back of the room
    • All students–deeds are available in case you are ready to purchase your desk
    IN CLASS

    Here is what needs to happen on Pay Day:

    1. Clerks–hand out the paychecks.
    2. Teacher–distribute bonus money to students who have earned it.
      1. Who has all their assignments turned in for this class so far?
      2. Who participated in after school activities this month?
      3. On a piece of paper, write down the name of one of your classmates that you think deserves a bonus and why. Give it to your teacher.
    3. Each student–completes a bank slip.
    4. Each student–updates his or her bank log with the amount of the paycheck and any bonus money received.
    5. Each student–takes the paycheck and the bonus cash (if any) to their Banker.
    6. Banker–updates his or her copy of the student’s bank log.
    7. Banker–places the paycheck in the paycheck envelope within the banking folder.
    8. Banker–be sure you have $2,000 in the bank folder at all times.
    9. Banker–should deposit any additional cash in the Central Classroom Bank through the Class Banker.

    PLAY LEMONADE STAND–LEARN HOW TO RUN A BUSINESS

    The Auction

    The auction is an important component of the classroom economy. It lets you reward yourself for working diligently to earn money. From a learning perspective, it links directly to the concept of supply and demand, and you will quickly discover how impulse buying can shrink a bank account.

    PREPARATION
    • Auctioneers: Make sure each student in your group has an auction paddle/paper.
    • Auctioneers: Make sure you have an auction record form and extra bank slips ready.
    • Auctioneers: Gather the items for sale and set a starting bid level for each one based on its appeal. A starting level around $500 should work for many items.
    • Display the items so everyone can preview the goods.
    • Auctioneer–announce the items and their starting bids
    • Assistant Auctioneer–document each sale
    IN CLASS

    Introducing the auction

    Explain that students can only spend the amount of money they have in their bank accounts, and that they’re not required to purchase anything. This is a good time to reinforce the importance of saving, and to remind the students that they have the ability to buy the deed to their desks and thus escape rent payments forever.

    It’s also important to emphasize that an auction bid is a binding contract, and there’s no going back on it, even if they later wish that they hadn’t spent the money.

    If necessary, explain the auction procedures before beginning the auction.

    Auction procedures

    Before the auction starts, allow students to quickly confirm their bank logs with the Bankers so everyone knows what he or she can spend.

      1. The Auctioneer displays the first item, explains what it is, and opens the bidding at the assigned price. Example: “We have an Ultimate Frisbee disc. The starting price is $500. Do I have any takers?”
      2. Students who want the item raise their paddles.
      3. Once a paddle is up, the Auctioneer acknowledges the bid and asks if anyone will go for a higher price. Example: “[Student name] for $500. Do I hear $600?”
      4. The Auctioneer repeats this process until bidding stops. The last bidder wins the item. Example: “[Student Name] for $1,500. Any more bidders? …Going once, going twice, sold!”
    • The Assistant Auctioneer enters the sale on the auction record form.
    1. The Auctioneer moves on to the next item.

    Collecting payments

    After the auction, each winning bidder needs to withdraw cash from the bank to pay for items bought. Do not give an item to the student until you receive the cash.

    At this point some students may decide they bid too much and no longer want the item they won. It is very important that you require them to purchase it anyway. The auction is a vital tool in teaching the lesson of buyer’s remorse.

    1. Fill in a bank slip with the amount needed to cover the auction payment.
    2. Update his or her bank log.
    3. Bring the bank slip to the Banker and receive the cash.
    4. Bring the cash to you and exchange it for the item.
    FOLLOW-UP DISCUSSION15–30 minutes

    After an auction, some students will feel overwhelmed because they got caught up in the action and spent most or all of their money. This can be a tremendous learning opportunity.

    You could use some of the following questions to guide a discussion:

    • What made you keep bidding even when the price was getting so high?
    • How do you feel now about the item you bought? Was it worth it?
    • What concerns do you have about the amount of money you spent?
    • How will you go about rebuilding your savings?
    • Will you be able to make rent the next time it is due?
    • Will you change the way you bid at the next auction?

    LEARN HOW TO RUN A BUSINESS

    IMPORTANT: At the end of every class, write about the following on today’s lesson plan at the bottom of this page:

    1. Describe what happened or what you did during class.
    2. Interpret how things went by using one (or more) of these terms:
      1. Strength & Weaknesses
      2. Successes & Setback
    3. What have you learned due to this experience?
    4. Answer one (or more) of these questions:
      1. What can you do to improve your learning?
      2. How will you extend your learning past what is expected?
    5. Remember to go back and read what your classmates wrote about to get ideas for yourself!
    6. Be sure to use good writing skills!!

    SCRATCH LESSON PLANS

    GOAL: Before you leave today you will have the opportunity to explore CODING! You will learn how to use SCRATCH and look at examples.

    CODING

    WATCH THIS: 

    1. Go to http://scratch.mit.edu/
    2. Create an account for free–be sure to write down your username & password!
    3. Click SCRATCH in the upper left corner to see examples
    4. Click on some of the Featured Projects
    5. Scroll down and check out other projects
    6. Click on CREATE
    7. Click on TIPS
    8. Click GETTING STARTED WITH SCRATCH
    9. Follow the directions & do as it instructs–if you lose help, click on the far right side of your screen to get it back–there are 13 steps–complete all 13. SHOW ME WHEN YOU ARE DONE!!
    10.  When you are finished, on the right side of your screen, do ALL the tutorials beginning with ANIMATE YOUR NAME, then do the following:
      1. Hide & Seek Game
      2. Dance Dance Dance
      3. Create a Pong Game
      4. Race to the Finish
      5. Favorite Things
      6. Make a Birthday Card
      7. Create a Virtual Pet
    11. GET WITH A PARTNER
    12. Click on SCRATCH in the upper left corner of your screen
    13. Click the HELP menu
    14. Click on EXPLORE THESE STARTER PROJECTS
    15. Watch the Animate the Crab
    16. Click on CREATE and you and your partner try to create the Animated Crab!
    17. Try to recreate other starter projects
    18. In your Google Doc for this class, share your thoughts about what you did in class today. 3-5 complete sentences.

    GOAL: Before you leave today you will be able to continue with the tutorials in Scratch and create one of your own. During the last 15 minutes of class, we will play each others animations.

    1. Do more tutorials beginning with ANIMATE YOUR NAME, then do the following:
        1. Flying
        2. Hide & Seek Game
        3. Danance Dance Dance
        4. Create a Pong Game
        5. Race to the Finish
        6. Favorite Things
        7. Make a Birthday Card
        8. Create a Virtual Pet
    2. THROW DOWN
    3. In the Google Doc for this class, share your thoughts about what you did in class today. 3-5 complete sentences.

     

    GOAL: Before you leave today you will be able to continue with the tutorials in Scratch and create one of your own. During the last 15 minutes of class, we will play each others animations.

    1. Continue working on the tutorials–show me as you complete them
        1. Flying
        2. Hide & Seek Game
        3. Dance Dance Dance
        4. Create a Pong Game
        5. Race to the Finish
        6. Favorite Things
        7. Make a Birthday Card
        8. Create a Virtual Pet
    2. THROW DOWN

    GOAL: Before you leave today you will be able to continue with the tutorials in Scratch and create one of your own. During the last 15 minutes of class, we will play each others animations.

    1. Continue working on the tutorials–show me as you complete them
        1. Flying
        2. Hide & Seek Game
        3. Dance Dance Dance
        4. Create a Pong Game
        5. Race to the Finish
        6. Favorite Things
        7. Make a Birthday Card
        8. Create a Virtual Pet
    2. THROW DOWN

    GOAL: Before you leave today you will be able to continue with the tutorials in Scratch and create one of your own. During the last 15 minutes of class, we will play each others animations.

    1. Continue working on the tutorials–show me as you complete them
        1. Flying
        2. Hide & Seek Game
        3. Dance Dance Dance
        4. Create a Pong Game
        5. Race to the Finish
    2. BEGIN FINAL PROJECT

    Work on your final project for Scratch. It must contain at least 3 of the following:

    1. Sound
    2. Change color
    3. Text
    4. Movement
    5. Keyboard commands
    6. Draw your own stuff

    BONUS POINTS WILL BE AWARDED FOR CREATIVITY!!

    FINISH TODAY & SHARE WITH ME:

    Work on your final project for Scratch. It must contain at least 3 of the following:

    1. Sound
    2. Change color
    3. Text
    4. Movement
    5. Keyboard commands
    6. Draw your own stuff

    BONUS POINTS WILL BE AWARDED FOR CREATIVITY!!

    1. GET WITH A PARTNER
      1. Click on SCRATCH in the upper left corner of your screen
      2. Click the HELP menu
      3. Click on EXPLORE THESE STARTER PROJECTS
      4. Watch the Animate the Crab
      5. Click on CREATE and you and your partner try to create the Animated Crab!
      6. Try to recreate other starter projects
    2. In the Google Doc for this class, share your thoughts about what you did in class today. 3-5 complete sentences.

    GOAL: Today you will have the opportunity to apply what you have learned about Scratch to create Scratch projects.

        1. Complete the Getting Started With Scratch packet
        2. Make your own scene. Show your classmates.
        3. What did you learn today? How can you use this in the future or now? Send your response to me in the class Google Doc.

    GOAL: Today you will have the opportunity to create Scratch projects.

      1. WATCH & DO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUqLvl1zcCc (Get Scratch on 1/2 of your screen and the YouTube clip on the other 1/2 of your screen)
      2. HANDOUT: Read pages 12-15 (stop on page 15 when you get to the video)
      3. WATCH THIS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=jxDw-t3XWd0
      4. HANDOUT: Finish reading page 15
      5. HANDOUT: Read and do page 16, Tasks 1-3. Show me Task 3 when you are done. Here are the links for screencasts you will need:
        1. CATWALK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGhviaC9e1c
        2. FRERE JACQUES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0puhITo3l0
      6. HANDOUT: Read and do page 17. SHOW ME
        1. DANCING QUEEN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkSNyJnpmH4&list=PLUx1NFKWh2OE3WKM8eHmo5i8JdyZMmuLH&index=4
      7. HANDOUT: Read and answer questions on pages 18-20 with a partner in a Google Doc shared with me (tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us)

     

    GOAL: Today you will have the opportunity to create Scratch projects.

      1. WATCH & DO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUqLvl1zcCc (Get Scratch on 1/2 of your screen and the YouTube clip on the other 1/2 of your screen)
      2. HANDOUT: Read pages 12-15 (stop on page 15 when you get to the video)
      3. WATCH THIS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=jxDw-t3XWd0
      4. HANDOUT: Finish reading page 15
      5. HANDOUT: Read and do page 16, Tasks 1-3. Show me Task 3 when you are done. Here are the links for screencasts you will need:
        1. CATWALK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGhviaC9e1c
        2. FRERE JACQUES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0puhITo3l0
      6. HANDOUT: Read and do page 17. SHOW ME
        1. DANCING QUEEN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkSNyJnpmH4&list=PLUx1NFKWh2OE3WKM8eHmo5i8JdyZMmuLH&index=4
      7. HANDOUT: Read and answer questions on pages 18-20 with a partner in a Google Doc shared with me (tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us)

    GOAL: Before you leave today you will have the opportunity to create a story and play using Scratch by sequencing instructions, creating events, and using the broadcast command.

        1. TASK 1–HANDOUT–READ AND DO PAGE 21:
        2. WATCH THIS FIRST: BADJOKE SCREENCAST
        3. YOU MAY GET WITH A PARTNER TO DO YOUR OWN JOKE (Show me your joke when it is done)
        4. Skip the question at the bottom of the page.
        5. TASK 2–HANDOUT–READ AND DO PAGE 22: HAUNTED SCRATCH
        6. You may do this with a partner also.
        7. Show me.
        8. Read about BUGS at the bottom of page 22
        9. Read and respond to the questions on pages 23-25 in a note to me in Edmodo. USE GOOD WRITING SKILLS. READ YOUR RESPONSE BEFORE SENDING IT!!!
        10. EXTENSION 1–page 22–DO, if time permits–show me.

    GOAL: Before you leave today you will have the opportunity to create a game in Scratch using collision detection.

        1. Read and do page 27 on your own: MAZE
        2. Read and do pages 28-29 with a partner
        3. In a note in Edmodo, read and respond to the questions on pages 30-34. Use good writing skills.

    GOAL: Before you leave today you will have the opportunity to create computer graphics.

        1. Read and do page 35: GRAPHICS
        2. Show me your heptagon & triangle.
        3. Do this on your own.
        4. Read and do pages 36-38
        5. Read and respond to the questions on pages 39-42 in Edmodo.

    GOAL: Before you leave today you will learn how to create a forest archery game in Scratch that utilizes decision statements, conditional loops, variables, random numbers, animation, and sound.

    Read and do pages 43-47 on your own or with a partner: FOREST ARCHERY

    Read and respond to the questions on page 48.

    MAKE UP DAY!!! Check JMC–if you have any zeros, check the date on the assignment in JMC and then go to that day’s lesson plan. If you have any questions, ask your classmates or share a Google Doc with me (tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us)

    GOAL: You will apply what you have learned about Scratch.

    HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE SCORED: computer-game-n-simulation-rating-sheets-1

        1. Read pages 49-50
        2. FINAL SCRATCH PROJECT HANDOUT PAGES 51-57
        3. DO THIS IN GROUPS OF 2

    Create a computer game that includes the following features/capabilities:

        1. Has at least 3 levels
        2. Keeps score
        3. Must have some type of celebratory conclusion if the game is conquered. Must have some type of encouragement for those who cannot conquer the game. Can replay.
        4. At least 2 lives or chances

    FINISH CREATING YOUR SCRATCH PROJECT–Share the link and the embedded code with me in a Google Doc before you leave TODAY.

        1. Page 57–view & critique your classmates projects–Create a Google Doc and share it with me. In the Google Doc, for each group, do the following:
          1. Name of the group members
          2. What was good about their project?
          3. What could have been better?
          4. Out of 10 points, how many points do you think the group earned?
        2. Page 58–Include this in the Google Doc above.

    HERE IS HOW YOU WILL BE SCORED: computer-game-n-simulation-rating-sheets-1

    Create a computer game that includes the following features/capabilities:

        1. Has at least 3 levels
        2. Keeps score
        3. Must have some type of celebratory conclusion if the game is conquered. Must have some type of encouragement for those who cannot conquer the game. Can replay.
        4. At least 2 lives or chances

    Create a project that will help your classmates learn a concept in one of your classes right now–in a fun way! You have today and the next TWO classes to work on this.

    At the end of class–in a Shared Google Doc with me, tell me what you accomplished today and what you still need to do and if you have any questions. Also, tell me about your game: what is the main goal/objective of it?

    Take out the Grading Rubric–make sure you meeting the requirements

    At the end of class–in a Shared Google Doc with me, tell me what you accomplished today and what you still need to do and if you have any questions.

    Send the link for your game to the class in an Edmodo note. Also, be sure to provide instructions for the game.

    USE THIS AS A RESOURCE: Learn Scratch! (Explore it!!)

    Here are some other resources:

    WATCH: How to Create Your Own Sprite

    TRY IT ON YOUR OWN

    WATCH: Arrow Key Movement

    TRY IT ON YOUR OWN

    WATCH: Mouse Movement

    TRY IT ON YOUR OWN

    WATCH: How to Make a Game

    TRY IT ON YOUR OWN

    WATCH: How to Make Another Game

    TRY IT ON YOUR OWN

    WATCH: Create a Draw Application

    TRY IT ON YOUR OWN

    WATCH: Fish Application/Game

    TRY IT ON YOUR OWN

        1. LET’S CODE!!!!
        2. Click SIGN IN
        3. Sign in with GOOGLE
        4. Click ACCEPT
        5. In the SOCIAL block (the lower right corner of the screen) Click DOCUMENTARY
        6. Click the link for the Choose to Code tutorials
        7. Complete the eight TouchDevelop coding courses in this order:
          1. First Steps with Turtle
          2. Turtle Shapes
          3. Coding Jetpack Jumper
          4. jumping bird
          5. monster slicer
          6. falling rocks
          7. don’t tap the tile
          8. quadratic equation solver
        8. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE LET ME KNOW THROUGH A SHARED GOOGLE DOC
        1. LET’S CODE!!!! CONTINUED
        1. LET’S CODE!!!!
        2. Click SIGN IN
        3. Sign in with GOOGLE
        4. Click ACCEPT
        5. In the SOCIAL block (the lower right corner of the screen) Click DOCUMENTARY
        6. Click the link for the Choose to Code tutorials
        7. Complete the eight TouchDevelop coding courses in this order:
          1. First Steps with Turtle
          2. Turtle Shapes
          3. Coding Jetpack Jumper
          4. jumping bird
          5. monster slicer
          6. falling rocks
          7. don’t tap the tile
          8. quadratic equation solver
        8. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE LET ME KNOW THROUGH A SHARED GOOGLE DOC
        1. LET’S CODE!!!! CONTINUED
          1. Complete the eight TouchDevelop coding courses in this order:
            1. First Steps with Turtle
            2. Turtle Shapes
            3. Coding Jetpack Jumper
            4. jumping bird
            5. monster slicer
            6. falling rocks
            7. don’t tap the tile
            8. quadratic equation solver
            9. Minecraft Pi Mega Jump Tutorial
            10. Word Hunt Tutorial
            11. Turtle Snowflake
            12. Turtle Tree
            13. Turtle Triangle
            14. Turtle Ramp Up

    In a Google Doc, tell me the ONE THING you want them to remember from your workshop.

        1. LET’S CODE!!!! CONTINUED
          1. Complete the eight TouchDevelop coding courses in this order:
            1. First Steps with Turtle
            2. Turtle Shapes
            3. Coding Jetpack Jumper
            4. jumping bird
            5. monster slicer
            6. falling rocks
            7. don’t tap the tile
            8. quadratic equation solver
            9. Minecraft Pi Mega Jump Tutorial
            10. Word Hunt Tutorial
            11. Turtle Snowflake
            12. Turtle Tree
            13. Turtle Triangle
            14. Turtle Ramp Up

    In a Google Doc, tell me the ONE THING you want them to remember from your workshop.

        1. LET’S CODE!!!! CONTINUED
          1. Complete the eight TouchDevelop coding courses in this order:
            1. First Steps with Turtle
            2. Turtle Shapes
            3. Coding Jetpack Jumper
            4. jumping bird
            5. monster slicer
            6. falling rocks
            7. don’t tap the tile
            8. quadratic equation solver
            9. Minecraft Pi Mega Jump Tutorial
            10. Word Hunt Tutorial
            11. Turtle Snowflake
            12. Turtle Tree
            13. Turtle Triangle
            14. Turtle Ramp Up

    Make an app using www.bellevue.k12.ia.us. Take the first 40 minutes to do this.

        1. http://buildfire.com/
        2. http://www.mobincube.com/
        3. http://apps.appypie.com/app/settings
        4. http://ibuildapp.com/

    Get with other people who had the same app as you & decide what you liked/disliked about the app site. 10 minutes

    Share with the class what your group liked/disliked and how you would rate the app maker 1=horrible or 5=awesome! 10 minutes

    Read: http://www.wikihow.com/Create-a-Gaming-App

    Make a game app. Take the first 40 minutes to do this.

        1. http://apps.appypie.com/gamebuilder
        2. http://gamesalad.com/download
        3. http://www.appsgeyser.com/gamemaker/
        4. https://www.touchdevelop.com/app/#

    Get with other people who had the same app as you & decide what you liked/disliked about the app site. 10 minutes

    Share with the class what your group liked/disliked and how you would rate the app maker 1=horrible or 5=awesome! 10 minutes

    Google Forms

    Before you leave today you will know how to create a Form using Google Docs. You will know how to embed your form into your blog and how to add it as a hyperlink. You will invite your classmates to complete your form. Invite ME to complete your form (tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us). You will also complete forms for your classmates and then review your classmates responses to your form.

    1. What Is A Google Form?–WATCH THIS
    2. How to Create A Google Form–WATCH THIS
    3. How to Create A Google Form–READ THIS
    4. Let’s create a Google Form to collect data about the followers of your blog.
      1. Online, go to your Google Drive
      2. In the upper left corner, click CREATE
      3. Choose Form
      4. At the top right click the COLOR PALETTE and choose a Theme
      5. Click APPLY
      6. Give the Form a title “About You: My Followers” (or something like that)
      7. Below the title provide instructions for filling out the form for your followers. For example: “Below are a series of questions designed to help me learn more about my blog followers so that I can tailor my blogs to better address the interests of my followers.”
      8. Point at Sample Question 1, notice the four-headed arrow, this means you can drag and drop all parts of your form to move things around.
      9. Point at Sample Question 1 again and click the PENCIL on the right side, this will allow you to edit the question.
      10. Question Title: This is the question. For example, question 1 might be: “What is your age?”
      11. Description Text: This provides added instruction, if needed. For example: “Please select the age range you currently fall under.”
      12. Question Type: When conducting a survey, it is better to require your audience to pick from a list of choices. This will allow you to better evaluate the data. For this first question, choose MULTIPLE CHOICE.
      13. Option 1: 0-10 years
      14. Option 2: 11-20 years
      15. Option 3: 21-30 years
      16. Option 4: 31 years and over
      17. Make this question required meaning they will NOT be able to submit the form without answering this question.
      18. Now, make up a question for sample question 2–this time make this question a CHECKBOX type question–this is where the person responding to your survey can have more than 1 answer. For example: “What are some of your interests?” and the Description Text: “Check all that apply to you.” Here are some options you may give them to check: reading, fitness, academics, arts, music.
      19. Do NOT make this question required.
      20. Now, add a question: Click ADD ITEM in the upper left corner.
      21. Under questions, click DROPDOWN
      22. Edit the question to be the following:
        1. Which town do you live in?
        2. Please select the town in which you currently reside.
        3. Here are the options:
          1. Springbrook
          2. LaMotte
          3. Bellevue
          4. St. Donatus
          5. Bernard
          6. Dubuque
          7. Otter Creek
          8. Other
        4. Make this question REQUIRED
        5. Click DONE
      23. Add another question. Make this question be a LINEAR SCALE question. Here is what to include for this question:
        1. In comparison to other schools in Jackson county, how do you think Bellevue rates?
        2. Description Text: This is based on what you hear other people say about other schools and our school.
        3. Label 1: The worst school in Jackson county
        4. Label 2: The best school in Jackson county
      24. Add another question. Make this question be a MULTIPLE CHOICE GRID question. Here is what to include for this question:s
        1. On a scale of 1 to 5, what are your feelings on the items listed below.
        2. Description Text: 1 being “I am totally not interested” and 5 being “I would definitely join!”
        3. Make this 5 columns–Provide descriptions for each column
        4. Leave the column labels as indicated
        5. Row 1 label: Future Business Leaders of America
        6. Row 2 label: Bowling
        7. Row 3 label: Science Club
        8. Row 4 label: Computer Club
        9. Row 5 label: Drama Club
        10. click DONE
      25. Add another question. Make this question a TEXT question. You want to limit these because anyone can put anything which makes it hard for you to analyze your collected data. Use text when what the person is supplying is unique to them–it cannot be picked from a list.
        1. Question Title: What is your first name?
        2. Description Text: Please provide only your first name for security purposes.
        3. click DONE
      26. Add another question.Make this question a PARAGRAPH TEXT question. You want to limit these because anyone can put anything which makes it hard for you to analyze your collected data. Use when you are letting your audience supply their thoughts/suggestions.
        1. Question Text: Other
        2. Description Text: Please provide any other information that you think is important.
        3. click DONE
      27. Add a SECTION HEADER named “School Evaluation” and move it so that it is immediately before the GRID question about the different clubs.
      28. Add a PAGE BREAK and title the page “Submit”
    5. That is how you create a FORM using Google Docs. Now you will learn how to send the form to people.
      1. Click SAVE in the upper right corner
      2. Click EMAIL THIS FORM
      3. Type in all the email addresses on the white board
    6. View your form to see what it looks like to people who will receive it:
      1. At the bottom of your screen click the long link. This opens a new window so you can see what it looks like.
      2. Fill out the form.
    7. Go check your email. Fill out the forms that your classmates sent you.
    8. work on your blog or work on FBLA stuff

    Google Forms

    GOAL: Before you leave today you will know how to view and analyze your form responses and you will have the opportunity to create a form of your own. You will also know how to embed your form in your blog!

    1. Finish the form from last class and share it with me and all your other classmates.
    2. Go check your email. Fill out the forms that your classmates sent you.
    3. WATCH THIS VIDEO CLIP TO SEE HOW TO VIEW AND ANALYZE YOUR FORM RESPONSES
    4. Go to the form you created for this class and review the results of your survey!
    5. In your Google Doc for this class write about what you learned about your classmates from analyzing the forms they filled out. SHARE IT WITH ME.

    FOR EXTRA CREDIT:

    1. Create YOUR OWN blog: FIND A BLOG TOPIC for your BLOG
      1. watch this to help you create your own blog. Here are some questions you must be able to answer about your blog topic:
        1. What interests you?
        2. What do you want to learn more about?
        3. What do you want others to learn about because you think it is cool?
        4. How can you use it to benefit you in the future?
    2. In the upper right corner of your screen, click CREATE BLOG
    3. Use your SCHOOL Google account for the email address
    4. Name YOUR BLOG–My Blog name is Web Apps & Coding–This should be a GENERIC name that is the overall description of all your posts, so if you are interested in sports and ALL your blog POSTS will be sports related then maybe name your blog YOUR NAME’S SPORTS BLOG
    5. Create your first Blog POST! It can be anything that is school appropriate as long as it fits under the name/subject of your BLOG
    6. FOR A GRADE: Include 1 picture and 1 link in your first post.
    7. Share your BLOG with me: tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us
    1. Watch this video about how to embed your Google Form into your Blog
    2. Blog About You & Create your own blog
      1. Work on your YOUR OWN blog:
        1. Log in to your Google Account online
        2. Click on the APPS button
        3. Choose More (you may have to choose Even More)
        4. Click Blogger
        5. Create a new POST to EMBED YOUR FORM
        6. Create another NEW POST to share with me on a topic that interests you–current event, hobby, etc. You may add anything to your blog–pictures, etc. to decorate it. Share your Post with me. This is your writing for today.
    3. Check your email and finish filling out your classmates forms.

     

    Before you leave class today you will create your own unique form using Google Docs. Your form must meet the following criteria:

    1. WATCH THIS BEFORE CREATING YOUR OWN FORM
    2. Include 7 different question types
    3. Include a title
    4. Include additional instructions to help the people completing your form understand why they are completing your form
    5. Include at least 2 section headings
    6. Include at least 1 section break
    7. Invite at least 10 people to complete your survey–including Mrs. Weber!

    Here are some suggestions for topics for your form:

    1. Survey to collect primary data when conducting research
      1. Automobile accidents–are teens more likely to have an accident than an adult?
      2. Healthy eating habits–are boys or girls more likely to make healthy decisions?
      3. Technology uses–what types of technology are employed by people of various ages on a daily basis?
    2. Collect personal information
      1. Find more information about your friends and family
      2. Find information about people in your class
      3. Find information about your teachers
    3. Gather feedback from a customer

    IMPORTANT: EVERYDAY SHARE A GOOGLE DOC WITH ME AT THE END OF CLASS TELLING ME HOW FAR YOU GOT AND WHAT YOU LEARNED!! THIS WILL BE GRADED!! YOU ARE EXPECTED TO REMEMBER TO DO THIS EVERYDAY–WHETHER YOU ARE REMINDED OR NOT!!!

    1. Create a new Google Doc, explain why learning to use Google Forms is important. Explain how you can use this now and in your future. Be specific and use good writing skills. Share this with Mrs. Weber (tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us)
    2. If you didn’t do it last class, finish your form and send your form to your classmates–send it to 5-10 of your classmates including me.
    3. Check your email and fill out forms

     

    In Google Docs, open your form from last class. Analyze your results. Did people respond the way you anticipated? Could you have reworded the questions to get better responses? Did enough people respond to make it a fair survey? Respond to these questions in your Google Doc for this class.

    1. EVERYONE: Proofread & finish your survey & send it. Make sure there are no typos!!
    2. View your results graphically
      1. Click the FORM menu and choose SHOW SUMMARY OF RESPONSES.
      2. Do you see how using questions that require a numeric response is easier to analyze?
    3. Set notifications
      1. TOOLS menu, choose NOTIFICATION RULES
      2. Place check marks in the following locations:
        1. Any changes are made (this is to the form itself and the back side of the form)
        2. Anything on this sheet is changed (this is to this spreadsheet–the back side of your form)
        3. Collaborators are added or removed (this is if you or someone else includes another person to edit the FORM itself)
        4. A user submits a form (if anyone fills out a form, you will receive email notification which will remind you to check the form!)
        5. Email – daily digest (this will show you results daily of your form)
        6. Email – right away (it will not wait to email…..)
        7. Click SAVE
        8. Click DONE
    4. Sort to better analyze your results
      1. Point at a column letter and notice the down pointing arrow–click it
      2. You can choose to sort here–to see the most recent results choose to sort on the Timestamp from Z-A
      3. Try sorting on other columns. Notice how the rows of information stay together.
    5. Perform calculations using the results–calculate the average for one of your questions that resulted in a numeric answer.
      1. Calculate the AVERAGE of a column by placing your active cell below a column containing numbers.
      2. Click the FUNCTIONS button in your toolbar (it looks like an E)
      3. Click AVERAGE
      4. Click and drag over the cells you want to calculate the average of
      5. Hit ENTER

    tions to help the people completing your form understand why they are completing your form

  4. Include at least 2 section headings
  5. Include at least 1 page break
  6. Invite at least 10 people to complete your survey–including Mrs. Weber!
  7. Be sure your questions are understandable to ALL of your audience (for example, 13-18 year olds and 40-50 year olds)
  8. Be sure you distribute your survey to all different kinds of people–not just high school students!!
  9. Analyze the results & in a Google Doc share with me your stance on your survey and support it with statistics and averages based on the responses you get from your form.

Here are some suggestions for topics for your form:

  1. Building a New Elementary Near the Middle/High School & Converting the Old Elementary into a Community Recreation Center (like a YMCA)
  2. Open Campus
  3. Open Lunch
  4. Railroad Crossings
  5. New City Pool
  6. Alternative Forms of Energy for Bellevue
  7. Bringing New Residents to Bellevue
  8. Alcohol Consumption in Jackson County
  9. Preventing Poaching in Jackson County

IMPORTANT: EVERYDAY SHARE A GOOGLE DOC WITH ME AT THE END OF CLASS TELLING ME HOW FAR YOU GOT AND WHAT YOU LEARNED!! THIS WILL BE GRADED!! YOU ARE EXPECTED TO REMEMBER TO DO THIS EVERYDAY–WHETHER YOU ARE REMINDED OR NOT!!!

GOAL: Before you leave today you will have the opportunity to customize your blog and create another blog post.

  1. BLOG DAY
    1. Go to Google
    2. Click More (if necessary)
    3. Choose Blogger
    4. Create a new POST. (click the ORANGE PENCIL BUTTON)
    5. Blog about a topic of your choice–share it with me. Use good writing skills. TEACH US SOMETHING ABOUT WHAT YOU KNOW THAT WE MAY NOT KNOW!!
    6. After you Publish your new Post, click BLOGGER in the upper left corner of your screen.
    7. Next to the ORANGE PENCIL button is a button with a down arrow. Click the Down Arrow
    8. Scroll down and choose SETTINGS
    9. Click MOBILE AND EMAIL
    10. Next to EMAIL POST TO click ADD. Include my email address (tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us) and your classmates email addresses. Try clicking CHOOSE FROM CONTACTS……
    11. Click SAVE SETTINGS at the top of your screen.
    12. Change the Layout of your blog by clicking LAYOUT on the left side of your screen
      1. EXPERIMENT!! Customize your blog!!
      2. Change the FAVICON to a different picture
      3. Edit the Navbar
      4. Edit the title
      5. Add a Gadget
      6. Edit Attribution (at the bottom)
    13. Send your Post from today to me by clicking POSTS on the left side of your screen
    14. Point at today’s post and click SHARE below it (tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us)

 

WEEK OF CODE

WEBINAR: Hour of Code: A Career in Technology Relationships

Description

My talk will focus on the unique path I took to get into the technology field and how it has morphed into managing partnerships.  I will discuss what steps I took to get where I am today and how students can determine now if this is the path for them.  Managing relationships with Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft, Cisco and Comcast is a very unique role.  I’ll explain what our company does as well as what I do within tekVizion.  This will be a career field as well as an industry discussion.

Key Questions

-How did I start?

-How did I build knowledge and experience simultaneously?

-What did I learn in the Navy and was it valuable?

-What did I study in college and was it valuable?

-What does tekVizion do in the technology space?

-What technology roles can lead to in your career?

-Can you have a career in making friends?

Expected Outcomes

I want the students to learn about some of the different roles within the tech industry and where the telecommunications industry is headed in the next few years.

I also want them to learn about the different paths to these careers and the value of technical training to both your career and personal life.

– See more at: https://nepris.com/sessions/session/detail/48468#sthash.qAGGy7uD.dpuf

Analyze the results of your survey–As a group look at the results. Did you get the results you were expecting? Explain. What would you have done differently if you were to do it again? Explain.

Check JMC: Make up work

GOAL: Before you leave class today you will have the opportunity to collaborate as a team to think of a form to collect USABLE data about a worthwhile topic.

  1. Here is your writing for today. Please be thoughtful about this!! You will have to scroll………
  1. Get into groups of 3
  2. Have 1 group member create a Google Doc and share it to everyone else in the group (including me)–Name it BRAINSTORMING FOR A FORM IDEA
  3. For 5 minutes create a list of topics that could be used to gather usable information in a Google Form. You may use the Internet.
  4. Pick 1 idea–BOLD IT
  5. Create a goal for your form……..Answer this question: “The main purpose of collecting responses for this form is to determine…………”
  6. Below your list brainstorm all possible questions that could be asked on the form. (15-20)
  7. Decide what type of question in a Google Form each of the questions you thought of should be.
  8. Below your list of questions create an outline–which will be a rough draft of your form. Here are some things to think about:
    1. Use multiple section headings
    2. Use multiple page breaks
  9. Begin to create the form on 1 person’s computer. Share it with the other group members.

GOAL: Before you leave today your group will finish creating your form and you will distribute it.

As a group do the following:

  1. Create/Complete the form–Pick ONE person in your group to create the form and have that person SHARE the editing capabilities with everyone else in the group. Word on ONE computer.
  2. Decide how many people should complete the survey in order to make the results be accurate.
  3. Decide who you will send it to.
  4. Send it.

Writing for today: In your Google Doc for this class predict the results of your form.

Analyze the results of your survey–As a group look at the results. Did you get the results you were expecting? Explain. What would you have done differently if you were to do it again? Explain.

Check JMC: Make up work

 

Analyze your survey results from last class–Respond to the following question in a Google Doc shared with me:

  1. What did you think of the results?
  2. Is it what you thought?
  3. What would you do differently next time?

Before you leave today you will know how to use Google Drawing and how to mark up existing photos using Google Draw. Do the following in order:

  1. Watch this video clip and watch this video clip
  2. Go to your Google Drive online
  3. Create a Drawing. Play around with it. Experiment with everything to see what you can do. Become familiar with Google Drawing. Share it with me.
  4. Open a photograph you have & mark it up using Google Draw. Share it with me.

GOOGLE DRAW–EDIT PICTURE & SAVE AS JPG

If time permits–check out these Infographics websites: TuzzitCanva & Checkthis & Picktochart

 

GOAL: Before you leave today you will know how to use Google Spreadsheet.

  1. Google Spreadsheets–WATCH THIS
    1. From your online Google Drive, click CREATE and choose SPREADSHEET
    2. Google Spreadsheets–Create the following spreadsheet–SHARE IT WITH ME NOW:
      1. Grades–SUGGESTION: Type all of the information in column A first, then do all of column B, etc.
    3. After you have created the Grades spreadsheet and shared it with me, do the following formatting:
      1. Use the MERGE button to merge the title across A1 to E1
      2. Use the CENTER button to center the title
      3. Use the BOLD button to bold the title
      4. Use the CENTER button to center the column headings
      5. Use the UNDERLINE command from the FORMAT menu to UNDERLINE the column headings
      6. Center the contains of A3 to A10
      7. Use the PERCENT button to put in the percent sign (you will probably have to re-type the numbers!)
      8. Use the SUM function to find the TOTAL number of students in all classes (put this in cell C11)
      9. Use the MAX function to find the LARGEST class (put this in cell C12)
      10. Use the MIN function to find the SMALLEST class (put this in cell C13)
      11. Use the AVERAGE function to find your grade average (put this in cell D11)
      12. Enter a FORMULA in cell E3 to calculate what percentage your grade will be if you increase it by 10%–THINK!! YOU can do this!!
      13. Use formatting features to highlight data, draw attention to important information, and to make your spreadsheet more visually attractive:
        1. Borders
        2. Bold, italic, underline
        3. Font, font color, font size
        4. Fill color
      14. THIS IS WHAT IT SHOULD LOOK LIKE: Grades Spreadsheet
    4. Copy the spreadsheet & paste it into another sheet in the same workbook–you will have 2 sheet tabs at the bottom of your screen. Change it to match your courses for this year (estimate number of students and grades).
    5. Name sheet1 and sheet2 appropriate names.
    6. Create a bar chart using at least 3 sets of data in one of the spreadsheets
      1. Title and name the chart
      2. Include vertical and horizontal axis labels
      3. Change the color of all the bars
    7. Create a pie chart
      1. Title and name it
    8. Share this spreadsheet with me–tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us

PICK UP WHERE YOU LEFT OFF:

GOAL: Before you leave today you will know how to use Google Spreadsheet.

  1. Google Spreadsheets–WATCH THIS
    1. From your online Google Drive, click CREATE and choose SPREADSHEET
    2. Google Spreadsheets–Create the following spreadsheet–SHARE IT WITH ME NOW:
      1. Grades–SUGGESTION: Type all of the information in column A first, then do all of column B, etc.
    3. After you have created the Grades spreadsheet and shared it with me, do the following formatting:
      1. Use the MERGE button to merge the title across A1 to E1
      2. Use the CENTER button to center the title
      3. Use the BOLD button to bold the title
      4. Use the CENTER button to center the column headings
      5. Use the UNDERLINE command from the FORMAT menu to UNDERLINE the column headings
      6. Center the contains of A3 to A10
      7. Use the PERCENT button to put in the percent sign (you will probably have to re-type the numbers!)
      8. Use the SUM function to find the TOTAL number of students in all classes (put this in cell C11)
      9. Use the MAX function to find the LARGEST class (put this in cell C12)
      10. Use the MIN function to find the SMALLEST class (put this in cell C13)
      11. Use the AVERAGE function to find your grade average (put this in cell D11)
      12. Enter a FORMULA in cell E3 to calculate what percentage your grade will be if you increase it by 10%–THINK!! YOU can do this!!
      13. Use formatting features to highlight data, draw attention to important information, and to make your spreadsheet more visually attractive:
        1. Borders
        2. Bold, italic, underline
        3. Font, font color, font size
        4. Fill color
      14. THIS IS WHAT IT SHOULD LOOK LIKE: Grades Spreadsheet
    4. Copy the spreadsheet & paste it into another sheet in the same workbook–you will have 2 sheet tabs at the bottom of your screen. Change it to match your courses for this year (estimate number of students and grades).
    5. Name sheet1 and sheet2 appropriate names.
    6. Create a bar chart using at least 3 sets of data in one of the spreadsheets
      1. Title and name the chart
      2. Include vertical and horizontal axis labels
      3. Change the color of all the bars
    7. Create a pie chart
      1. Title and name it
    8. Share this spreadsheet with me–tracyweber@bellevue.k12.ia.us

GOAL: Before you leave today you will know how to use Google Spreadsheet.

  1. Fairy Tale Characters Grade Book–Get the handout
  2. Bowling Scores–Get the handout
  3. Lemonade Stand/Class Schedule–Get the handout
  4. On Your Own:
    1. Create another new spreadsheet. Be sure to do the following:
      1. Merge & center & bold the title above all columns for information in the spreadsheet
      2. Underline all column headings
      3. Include the SUM, MAX, MIN, AVERAGE functions
      4. Include 1 formula
      5. Include 1 chart
    2. Here are some suggestions for a spreadsheet
      1. Do an expense sheet where the columns are months and the rows are types of expenses like gas, food, spending money, etc.
      2. Do an income sheet where the columns are months and the row are types of income like Benders, babysitting, lawn work, etc.
      3. Do a golf score sheet where the columns are round 1, round, 2, etc and the rows are the name of the golfer (make them up)
      4. Do a basketball stats sheet where the columns are basketball stats like rebounds, fouls, shots made, shots attempted, etc. and the rows are the names of the basketball players.

 

FINISH:

GOAL: Before you leave today you will know how to use Google Spreadsheet.

  1. Fairy Tale Characters Grade Book–Get the handout
  2. Bowling Scores–Get the handout
  3. Lemonade Stand/Class Schedule–Get the handout
  4. On Your Own:
    1. Create another new spreadsheet. Be sure to do the following:
      1. Merge & center & bold the title above all columns for information in the spreadsheet
      2. Underline all column headings
      3. Include the SUM, MAX, MIN, AVERAGE functions
      4. Include 1 formula
      5. Include 1 chart
    2. Here are some suggestions for a spreadsheet
      1. Do an expense sheet where the columns are months and the rows are types of expenses like gas, food, spending money, etc.
      2. Do an income sheet where the columns are months and the row are types of income like Benders, babysitting, lawn work, etc.
      3. Do a golf score sheet where the columns are round 1, round, 2, etc and the rows are the name of the golfer (make them up)
      4. Do a basketball stats sheet where the columns are basketball stats like rebounds, fouls, shots made, shots attempted, etc. and the rows are the names of the basketball players.

Goal: Before you leave class today you will know how to use Google Presentation.

  1. HOW TO CREATE A PRESENTATION
  2. WATCH THIS INTRO VIDEO
  3. ADVANCED GOOGLE PRESENTATION FEATURES
  4. Google Presentation–Experiment!
  5. Look at all menus and try everything in every menu, especially the following:
    1. Type speaker notes below each slide–this is what you would SAY when you are presenting.
    2. File–Print–What are your options?
    3. View–Present, Animations, Show Speaker Notes
    4. Insert–Textbox, Image, Link, Video, Wordart, Line, Shape, Table, Animate
    5. Slide–Background, Change Layout, Change Theme, Change Transition
    6. Format–TRY EVERYTHING
    7. Table–TRY EVERYTHING
    8. Click PRESENT to view the presentation
  6. Create a presentation about you using everything above.

 

YOU HAVE TODAY AND 2 MORE CLASSES TO FINISH

GOAL: Before you leave class today you will apply what you have learned about Google Presentation by creating a presentation on a topic of your choice that will educate your audience.

  1. WATCH THIS–Remember the following:
    1. In life, when you get a job, most likely you will not get to pick your coworkers. Be flexible & FIND A WAY!!
    2. Negotiate. This is another employability skill. Find common ground!! Compromise!!
    3. Work together equally–the person who does ALL the work will receive a low grade as well as the person who does NONE of the work. Neither will go over very well in the real world. TEAMWORK is key!! Include everyone. Work together!!
  2. Get with a partner.
  3. Google Presentation
    1. Create a presentation on a topic of your choice. The topic must meet the following guidelines:
      1. It must require Internet research.
      2. It is a QUESTION, but it may or may not have a right or wrong answer.
      3. It affects you locally.
      4. It educates your audience. Tell us something we don’t already know. Catch our attention in the beginning, hold our attention throughout the presentation, and tell us what to do in the end.
    2. You will show the class your presentation online by SHARING it.
    3. You must do the following:
      1. Print speaker notes–give them to me
        1. Bring up your presentation in Google
        2. File menu
        3. Download As
        4. PowerPoint
        5. Get into PowerPoint
        6. Open the presentation you just downloaded
        7. File
        8. Print
        9. Notes Pages
      2. Include a YouTube video
      3. Include a Table
      4. Include an inserted image
      5. Include a drawing
        1. Bring up the Google Drawing
        2. File
        3. Download As
        4. JPEG
        5. Bring up your Google Presentation
        6. Insert
        7. Image
        8. Upload
      6. Include a theme
      7. Include transitions–to draw attention, not distract your audience
      8. Include animations–to draw attention, not distract your audience
      9. Share with all your classmates
  4. In a Google Doc shared with me, please tell me what you accomplished today and what questions you have. EVERYONE NEEDS TO DO THIS!!