STAMP-WebDesign

STANDARDS SKILLS TOPIC
(FRAMEWORK)
ACTION MEDIA POINTS
(EVAL)

Writng

3.2.1

Analyzes audience and purposes and uses appropriate voice.

Reading

1.3.2

Understand and apply content/academic vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text, including vocabularies relevant to different contexts, cultures, and communities. of the text, including vocabularies relevant to different contexts, cultures, and communities.

3.3.1

Apply appropriate reading strategies for interpreting technical and non-technical documents used in job-related settings.

Communications

2.2.1

Uses communication skills that demonstrate respect.

2.3.1

Analyzes the influence of cultural principles, beliefs, and world views on intercultural communication.

Project and Process Management Skills

  • Collaborate with classmates in researching or reviewing an Acceptable Use Policy

Technical Skills

  • Internet search (optional)

Research and Communication Skills

  • Responsibilities of Internet use

NWCET

  • Discuss legal issues associated with locating and retrieving information from the internet
  • Understand Acceptable Use Policy, copyright and Fair Use Laws
  • Conduct research on the Internet and correctly identify sit sources in bibliography
  • Utilize information from electronic communication sources

Relevance to Work

The student will communicate, participate and advocate effectively in pairs, small groups, teams, and large groups in order to reach common goals.

Employability

Interpersonal

  • Participates as a member of a team contributes to group effort

Information

  • Interprets and communicates information

Systems

  • Improves or designs systems suggests modifications to existing systems and develops new or alternative systems to improve performance

Analytical, Logical & Creative Thinking

  • Sequence
  • Cause/Effect
  • Decision making
  • Elaboration
Knowledge of the acceptable use policy Bloom's verbs What are they using?

Writing

3.2.1

Analyzes audience and purposes and uses appropriate voice.

Reading

1.3.2

Understand and apply content/academic vocabulary critical to the meaning of the text, including vocabularies relevant to different contexts, cultures, and communities.

3.3.1

Apply appropriate reading strategies for interpreting technical and non-technical documents used in job-related settings.


Communicarions

2.3.1

Analyzes the influence of cultural principles, beliefs, and world views on intercultural communication.

2.2.1

Uses communication skills that demonstrate respect.

Project and Process Management Skills

  • Recognize the computer as a communication skill and a way of connecting with people and information
  • Students consider the development of the internet and assess advantages and disadvantages

Technical Skills

  • Browsers (optional)
  • Search Engines

Research and Communication Skills

  • Responsibilities of Internet use
  • History of the Internet (optional)

NWCET

  • Compare/contrast the features of two major Internet browsers (Internet Explorer and Communicator)
  • Explain the history, structure, and relevance of the Internet
  • Identify the benefits and downfalls of various search engines
Copyright, Internet and Browsers

Writng

Reading

Communications

Writng

Reading

Communications

Writng

Reading

Communications

Writng

Reading

Communications

Writng

Reading

Communications

Writng

Reading

Communications

Writng

Reading

Communications

Writng

Reading

Communications