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Weekly Activities Schedule

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PREVIOUS WEEKS


  • Week 17 (June 4-8)
    • Mon: Participate in CHS Web Site Design for Mobile and Web
    • Tues-Wed: Build a CHS App
      • Use a free app building tool to create your app
      • Email Mr. Le Duc a link to your app for trial
    • Thurs- Fri: Work as a team to Develop 'Official' App
      • Examine schools that have done this before and contact them
      • Create mock ups of design
      • Figure out what backend code needs to be enabled

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  • Week 16 (June 4-8)
    • Mon-Tues: Senior Finals and Finals Prep
      • Senior Final - blog review and improvement
        • Correct any spelling or grammar issues
        • Format blogs entries for consistency
        • Turn images that are sideways
        • Use complete sentences
        • Work with another student to find deficiencies
    • Wed: Leadership Option: Redesign of CHS Web Site
    • Senior Final
    • Thurs: Review Designs
    • Fri: Work on Javascript Menu

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  • Week 15 (May 29 - June 1)
    • Tues: Make a Javascript and Save to Hulk and Create Blog Post
      • Create a blog post titled, "My First Javascript"
      • Link your javascript page in your blog post - 1 Point
      • Write what you did and learned - 2 Points
      • Link your resource - 1 Point
    • Thurs: Seniors Blog, Everyone Else Javascript
    • Fri: Seniors Blog, Everyone Else Javascript

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  • Week 14 (May 21-25)
    • Mon: In Teams of Two, Create definitions for basic Javascript Terms
    • Tues: Seniors Start Blogging!
      • A daily blog post will be created each day until you graduate
      • Chronicle a topic each day with the intention of connecting your past and future selves with some topic that is relevant to your personal interests and education
      • You are your audience
        • You are writing this for your future self as a time capsule
      • Points
        • Proper grammar and spelling - 1 Point
        • Content ??? - TBA
    • Wed: Watch University of Washington Computer Science and Engineering Video
      • Test Hulk accounts
    • Thurs: Watch A Famous UW Graduate and Count the Many Ways He Changed the World
      • Create a blog post, titled: Changing The World
        • Detail at least 6 things that this individual did to affect the world
    • Fri: Seniors Blog and Everone Else - Javascript!
      • Create a simple Javascript and save it to you hulk.osd.wednet.edu account

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  • Week 13 (May 14-18)
    • Mon: Explore Javascript
    • Tues: Watch and Participate in Javascript Essential Training
      • Lynda.com tutorials
      • Download sample files to explore
      • Watch Introduction
        • What you should know
        • Using the exercise files
        • Introduction to JavaScript
        • Creating your first JavaScript
        •  Getting to know the tools and applications 
    • Wed: Structure Our Javascripting
      • Learning Core JavaScript Syntax
        • Understanding the structure of JavaScript code
        • Where to write your JavaScript
        • Creating variables
        • Working with conditional code
      • Watch Facebook Video
    • Thurs: Learning Operators in Javascript
    • Fri: Learning Functions in Javascript
      • Sending messages to the console
      • Working with loops
      • Creating functions

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  • Week 9 (April 16-20)
    • Wed: Add Evidence of Project to Blog
    • Thurs: Correct Blog Post
      • Check Skyward for any changes required for full credit
    • Fri: Review Projects in Class
      • Celebrate your work in class

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  • Week 8 (April 9-13)
    • Mon: Review Project Progress
      • Communicate with client
    • Tues: Work on Project
    • Wed: Work on Project
    • Thurs: Work on Project
    • Fri: Work on Project
      • Check in with Mr. Le Duc on progress

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  • Week 7 (March 26-30)
    • Mon: Work on Projects
    • Tues: Work on Projects
    • Wed: Work on Projects
    • Thurs: Work on Projects
    • Fri: Work on Projects

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  • Week 6 (March 19-23)
    • Tues: Compose blog post titled, Criterion C: Project Schedule - 3 Points
      • Adhere to suggested table format for schedule
      • Examine Criterion C example
    • Wed: Compose blog post titled, Criterion D: Project Design - 4 Points
      • Adhere to suggested table format for schedule
      • Examine Criterion D examples
    • Thurs: Compose blog post titled, Criterion E: Project Development - 8 Points
    • Fri: Compose blog post titled, Criterion F: Project Evaluation and Future Development - 4 Points

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  • Week 4 (March 5-9)
    • Mon: Build a Database with OpenOffice
    • Tues: Build a Form for Your Database
    • Wed: Create a Blog Post
    • Create a blog post titled, My Database
      • Take two screenshots of your database
        • One of the table view - 1 Point
        • One of the form view - 1 Point
      • Write what you did - 1 Point
      • Write what you learned - 1 Point
      • Include a few examples of databases in our day to day lives - 1 Point

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  • Week 3 (Feb. 26 - March 1)
    • Mon: Project Overview and Deadlines
    • Tues: Post Your Interview Transcript to Your Blog
      • Title blog post, Project Interview Transcript
        • Methods such as a written record of the interview (either a summary or transcript), a sound file, a video, or an exchange of emails that may be supported by a questionnaire
        • You may upload an mp3 of the recording to your blog, if you used audio
        • Scoring
          • Dated - 1 Point
          • Questions - 1 Point
          • Answers - 1 Point
        • Sample
      • Watch Day of Glass 2
    • Wed: Set Goals and for Project and Install Open Office
    • Thurs: Compose Criterion A: Initial investigation
      • Title blog post, Criterion A: Initial investigation
      • The student must identify a specific client who has a problem with the present situation that can be best addressed by an IT solution. 
      • The client is the person(s) who needs the IT solution (product). 
      • After consulting with the client, the student must explain the inadequacies of the present situation, which may or may not involve the use of an IT system. The following key questions should be considered.
        • Who is the client?
        • What is the present situation? 
        • What are the inadequacies of the present situation?
      • This information must be obtained from the client and can be presented in a variety of ways, such as a written record of the interview (either a summary or transcript), a sound file, a video
      • Scoring Marks
        • 0 - The work does not reach the standard described by the descriptors below.
        • 1 - A client and a problem with the present situation are identified.
        • 2–3 - A client is identified. The inadequacies of the present situation are explained with cited reference to the consultation with the client.

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