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WEB DESIGN COURSE SYLLABUS

Woodland High School

Instructor: Mrs. Jean McDermott


COURSE DESCRIPTION
A beginners web page design
course covers site
planning, page layout,
graphic design,
formatting, forms, and navigation. It
introduces HTML (hypertext markup
language), CSS, and Photoshop.
Emphasis is placed on critiquing and
editing existing web pages, then
planning and creating own designs
for webs. Intro to Digital Technology
and Digital Design are pre-requisites
for Web Design.
In this course, high school students can
acquire skills required to layout and design
web pages. Areas of study will also include
oral and written communications and
information
research
for
reporting
purposes. Students will be required to do
oral presentations of their web sites.
Students will take the End of Pathway
Exam CIW Site Development Associate.
STANDARDS
IT-WD-1 Standard: Demonstrate
employability skills required by business
and industry.
IT-WD-2 Plan, develop, implement, and
resolve ethical issues involved in creating
and publishing a web site.
IT-WD-3 Create documents using a variety
of tags following coding practices
commonly used to create web pages.
IT-WD-4 Create and use graphics to
enhance web pages using a variety of
tools.
IT-WD-5 Define and apply essential aspects
of the Cascading Style Sheets to format
elements within a web site.
IT-WD-6 Use (Graphic User-Interface) GUIbased HTML editing software to create web
sites.
IT-WD-7 Develop an understanding of ecommerce practices and related
technologies necessary to create a secure,

useful interface to conduct business


online.
IT-WD-8 Test, analyze, and identify
performance issues related to publishing
and maintaining web sites.
IT-WD-9 Explore how related student
organizations are integral parts of career
and technology education courses through
leadership development, school and
community service projects,
entrepreneurship development, and
competitive events.
FBLA
Competencies for the co-curricular student
organization, Future Business Leaders of
America (FBLA), are integral components
of the core employability skills standards
and technical skill standards. Members
have the opportunity to:
Earn Achievement Awards
Earn Community Service
Hours
Learn Leadership Skills
Network with Business
Leaders
Participate in Competition
Participate in exciting club activities
Attend Conferences
GRADING POLICIES BARTOW COUNTY
GRADING SCALE:
90-100 =A
80-89 = B
70-79 = C
BELOW 70 = F
Course grading will be based upon points
accumulated through observations,
production assignments, written
assignments, presentations, tests, quizzes,
and projects directly related to the courses
standards
(Daily Grades 40%, Projects & Tests
60%).
Semester grade= 80%, Final Exam 20%.
Course units include:
1. Introduction to Layout and Design

2. Technology
History,
Terminology,
Careers
3. Net Ethics & Copyright issues
4. HTML Basic Coding
5. Advanced HTML and tables, CSS,
hyperlinks
6. Graphic Editing and Design, Color
Principles
7. Forms,
buttons,
rollover
images,
banners
8. Prepare for EOPA
ACADEMIC HONESTY:
Cheating, lying,
stealing, plagiarism, or variations of these
offenses are serious breaches of the
Woodland High School Honor Code. For
violations of the Honor Code, a grade of
zero will be given for the assignment and
you will receive an alternate assignment.
You will also be subject to administrative
discipline.

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PERSONALIZE YOUR COMPUTER IN ANY


WAY.
Turn off cell phone and put away. You
may not charge your phone in class.
(No warnings; I will take up the phone
the first time.)
No headphones or music devices unless
required for the assignment.
Use supplies wisely to conserve paper
and toner.
Do not bring food, drink, gum, or
electronic devices into the classroom
(see student handbook).

CONSEQUENCES IF YOU CHOOSE TO BREAK


THE RULES
Verbal Warning, Conference with
teacher, Telephone conference with
parent, or Discipline Referral.
Serious issues will be dealt with
immediately through the disciplinary
referral system as described in the student
handbook.

CLASS PROCEDURES
1. Enter the classroom quietly. Log in
immediately.
2. Be in your seat, ready to work when the
bell rings.
3. Check the board for daily assignments.
4. Raise your hand if you need assistance.
5. Submit work when instructed.
6. Remain seated until you are dismissed.
COMPUTER LAB POLICIES
Please abide by the following computer lab
RULES.
1. Maintain
a
productive
learning
environment by showing respect for
yourself, others, and the classroom
environment.
2. Enter quietly, login, and be ready to
take notes and get to work.
3. Complete all daily assignments and
submit your work on time.
4. Keep equipment, tables, and desks
clean.
5. Only open the software package
currently
assigned.
This
includes
internet use. The internet is to be used
only for educational purposes, not for
entertainment, games, social media, or
other
personal
use.
DO
NOT
DOWNLOAD
ANYTHING.
DO
NOT

To receive TEXT reminders from the Principal,


you may subscribe as follows:
Parents text 470-238-2395 with the message:
@whsp
Students text 470-238-2395 with the
message: @whsstu

MAKE-UP WORK
Students will have two days after return
from an excused absence to make up
assignments missed. It is the students
responsibility to make an appointment with
the teacher to arrange a time for make-up
work.
LATE ASSIGNMENTS: Students submitting
late assignments will not receive full credit
for their work.
TECHNOLOGY USE
Students in this course
will learn to conduct
advanced searches using
the internet, layout and
design
business
and
personal
web
pages,
participate in internet-based simulations to
learn business skills, and use the internet
to conduct career research. The use of the
internet is for educational purposes, not for
entertainment.
Please adhere to the

Internet User Guidelines. Students are not


allowed to publish or upload live websites;
they may preview them in the browser.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
HTML Coder
Web Graphic Designer
Web Producer
Data Entry
Database Management
Information Clerk
Computer Programmer
Computer Network Specialist
Business Information Manager
Administrative Assistant
Business Department Mission
Statement
In support of the Bartow County vision,
the mission of the Woodland High School
Business Department is to prepare
students to participate in a global and
informational society by expanding student
knowledge, experience, and skill in
business and computer technology in order
to promote success in the personal,
academic, and professional aspects of
each students life.