Computing in the Modern World

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
      July 30, 2009 July 31, 2009

Syllabus

Business Education Rules and Procedures

Parent Information Sheet

EQ: How can Computing in the Modern World improve your employability skills? EQ: How can Computing in the Modern World improve your employability skills?
 
GPS: GPS:
Assignment:
1. Teacher Info
2. Syllabus and Business Ed Rules
3.Student Tag Creations
4. Student Share
5. Parent Info Sheet
6. Log On / Class Web Page
7. Demonstrate how to save Documents
8. Explain Rubrics / Career Cards
9. Career Card Activity
Assignment:
1. FBLA Recruitment
2. Review Calendar
3. Complete Career Activity Card / Students Print and Share
August 3, 2009 August 4, 2009 August 5, 2009 August 6, 2009 August 7, 2009
EQ: What is Computer Science and what careers are available in that field? EQ:What is Computer Science and what careers are available in that field?
 
EQ:What is Computer Science and what careers are available in that field? EQ: Describe some inventors who have shaped our technological world. EQ: Describe some inventors who have shaped our technological world.
GPS: BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies.
GPS:  BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies.
GPS:  BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies.
 
GPS:  BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies.
GPS: BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies.
Assignment:
Bell Ringer: - List 5 Strengths and 1 Weakness - Write a paragraph how to overcome weakness.

1. Review Rubric / Career Card - Complete Rubric - Print In color with Mrs. Head
2. Share Career Cards
3. Scavenger Hunt


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Assignment:
Bell Ringer: Current Event 1 - If I could pick any jobs dealing with computer science it would be... and why....(3 reasons)  1-page - double spaced with a linked  reference at the bottom

1. Time Card Information and Time Card
2. Folder Setup
3. FBLA Reminder
4. Review Rubric / Career Card - Print Career Cards
5. Share Career Cards
6. Discuss different Careers in Computer Science
7. Continue Scavenger Hunt
 
Assignment:
Bell Ringer: Current Event 1 - If I could pick any jobs dealing with computer science it would be... and why....(3 reasons)  1-page - double spaced with a linked  reference at the bottom - Complete and Grade with Rubric - Print rubric and paper and turn in box.
1. Pre/Post Test
2. 1.1 Career Project Power Point
3. Power Point Template
 
Assignment:
1. 1.1 Career Project Power Point
2. Power Point Template
3. Make sure you have printed and turned in your career card. If you are not sure, print again (black and white) and place in the box.
4. Complete Scavenger Hunt and print and Turn In with
Rubric - It located by the box in the back of the room.
5. Wanted Persons of Interests - Rubric will be placed at the box. Read and follow directions carefully.
Your person is the person that coincides with your computer number. You must due research in order to complete the assignment. Be ready to present at the end of the project.
 
Assignment:
1. Complete Wanted Persons of Interests - Rubric will be placed at the box. Read and follow directions carefully. Your person is the person that coincides with your computer number. You must due research in order to complete the assignment. Be ready to present at the end of the project.
August 10, 2009 August 11, 2009 August 12, 2009 August 13, 2009 August 14, 2009
EQ: Describe some inventors who have shaped our technological world.
 
EQ:Describe some inventors who have shaped our technological world. EQ: Describe some inventors who have shaped our technological world. EQ: Describe some inventors who have shaped our technological world EQ:Describe some inventors who have shaped our technological world
GPS:  BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies.
 
GPS:  BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies
GPS:  BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies
GPS:BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies
GPS:BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies
Assignment:
1. Complete Wanted Persons of Interests - Rubric will be placed at the box. Read and follow directions carefully. Your person is the person that coincides with your computer number. You must due research in order to complete the assignment. Be ready to present at the end of the project. - TEACHER MUST APPROVE BEFORE PRINTING.
2. Test your Memory Flash Cards
3. Flash Card Template
4. Play the memory game on the handout.

5. Group Discussion - Memory Terms - Each person will introduce a different one, so make sure you research them all.
 
Assignment:
1. Complete Wanted Persons of Interests - Rubric will be placed at the box. Read and follow directions carefully. Your person is the person that coincides with your computer number. You must due research in order to complete the assignment. Be ready to present at the end of the project. - TEACHER MUST APPROVE BEFORE PRINTING.
2. Test your Memory Flash Cards
3. Flash Card Template
4. Play the memory game on the handout.
5. Group Discussion - Memory Terms - Each person will introduce a different one, so make sure you research them all.
Assignment:
1. Complete Wanted Persons of Interests - Rubric will be placed at the box. Read and follow directions carefully. Your person is the person that coincides with your computer number. You must due research in order to complete the assignment. Be ready to present at the end of the project. - TEACHER MUST APPROVE BEFORE PRINTING.
2. Test your Memory Flash Cards
3. Flash Card Template
4. Play the memory game on the handout.
5. Group Discussion - Memory Terms - Each person will introduce a different one, so make sure you research them all.
Assignment:
1. Test your Memory Flash Cards
2. Flash Card Template
3. Play the memory game on the handout.

5
. Copyright Scavenger Hunt
6. Group Discussion - Memory Terms - Each person will introduce a different one, so make sure you research them all.
7. Career and Innovators Hunt Discussion.
Assignment:
1. Copyright Scavenger Hunt
2. Group Discussion - Memory Terms - Each person will introduce a different one, so make sure you research them all.
3. Career and Innovators Hunt Discussion.
August 17, 2009 August 18, 2009 August 19, 2009 August 20, 2009 August 21, 2009
EQ:Describe some inventors who have shaped our technological world
 
EQ: Describe some inventors who have shaped our technological world EQ: Describe some inventors who have shaped our technological world EQ: Explain some relevant software terms for computing in the modern world.
 
EQ: Explain some relevant software terms for computing in the modern world
GPS:BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies
BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.
 
GPS:BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computing.
BCS-CMW-2. Students will identify key developments and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies
BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.
 
GPS:BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions. GPS:BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions. GPS:BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.
Assignment:
1.  Complete Copyright Scavenger Hunt
2. Group Discussion - Memory Terms - Each person will introduce a different one, so make sure you research them all.
3. Career and Innovators Hunt Discussion / Memory Terms.

Research a service organization (such as Kiwanis Club, Rotary Club) in our community. Write a one page report on the clubs, beliefs, values, projects. Explain how it benefits our community. (FBLA)
 
Assignment:
1
. Print and Share Wanted Posters - Black and White if your is in the wall. If not I have them.
2. Group Discussion - Memory Terms - Each person will introduce a different one, so make sure you research them all. - Innovators Scavenger Hunt - Copyright Scavenger Hunt
3.Could you pass a quiz on this information??
4. Research a service organization (such as Kiwanis Club, Rotary Club) in our community. Write a one page report on the clubs, beliefs, values, projects. Explain how it benefits our community. (FBLA)
 
Assignment:
1. Complete Memory Term Presentations
2. Present
3. Discuss copyright scavenger hunt and innovators scavenger hunt
4. Could you pass a quiz???
Assignment:
1. Software Bingo
2. Software Definitions -
3. Software Bingo Again with Definitions
Research a service organization (such as Kiwanis Club, Rotary Club) in our community. Write a one page report on the clubs, beliefs, values, projects. Explain how it benefits our community. (FBLA)
Assignment:
Research a service organization (such as Kiwanis Club, Rotary Club) in our community. Write a one page report on the clubs, beliefs, values, projects. Explain how it benefits our community. (FBLA) - This is Due Today
1. Quiz - Hardware Terms / Innovators

2Complete any make up work.
3. See Teacher- Test Corrections
 
August 24, 2009 August 25, 2009 August 26, 2009 August 27, 2009 August 28, 2009
EQ: Explain some relevant software terms for computing in the modern world
 
EQ: Explain some relevant software terms for computing in the modern world EQ: Why is ethics important when using technology? EQ: Why is ethics important when using technology? EQ: Why is ethics important when using technology?
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions. GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.

BCS-CMW-3 (A-G) Students will examine the professional and ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology.
 

GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.

BCS-CMW-3 (A-G) Students will examine the professional and ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology.

GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.

BCS-CMW-3 (A-G) Students will examine the professional and ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology.

 
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.

BCS-CMW-3 (A-G) Students will examine the professional and ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology.

 
Assignment:
1. Complete Test Corrections and Turn In
2. Turn in your research paper
3. Make sure all software terms are completed - Study definitions in order to be able to play bingo.
4. Unit Two Vocabulary
5. Play Software Bingo

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Assignment:
1. Complete
Unit Two Vocabulary
2.Software Terms Discussion / Bingo with Defintions - Can you take a quiz???
3. What is research and why do you do it?
4. Complete the 3-points to ponder worksheets conducting research on what you believe is important about the provided topics.
5. Begin to put together your power point that you will present about the topics.
6. RUBRIC
 

Power Point Template
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GET GRADE SHEET SIGNED
 

Assignment:
1.
Complete the 3-points to ponder worksheets conducting research on what you believe is important about the provided topics.
2
. Begin to put together your power point that you will present about the topics.
3. RUBRIC
 

Power Point Template

Former FBLA State Vice President is here to speak to us about FBLA.

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GET GRADE SHEET SIGNED

Assignment:
1.
Complete the 3-points to ponder worksheets conducting research on what you believe is important about the provided topics.
2
. Begin to put together your power point that you will present about the topics.
3. RUBRIC

Power Point Template

 



 GRADE SHEET Due

Don't forget about the FBLA Meeting tomorrow.

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Assignment:
1
. RUBRIC
Power Point Template
2. 
Begin Presentations - You might want to take notes ???s

FBLA meeting in Room B-213 - 7:00 A.M.

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August 31, 2009

September 1, 2009 September 2, 2009 September 3, 2009 September 4, 2009
EQ:Why is ethics important when using technology?
 
EQ: Why is ethics important when using technology? EQ: Why is ethics important when using technology? EQ: Explain how technologies has impacted our way of life? EQ: Explain how technologies has impacted our way of life?
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.
BCS-CMW-3 (A-G) Students will examine the professional and ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology
 
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.
BCS-CMW-3 (A-G) Students will examine the professional and ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology
  
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.
BCS-CMW-2: Students will identify key development and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies.
BCS-CMW-3 (A-G) Students will examine the professional and ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology
 
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.
BCS-CMW-2: Students will identify key development and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies.
BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computin
g
BCS-CMW-3 (A-G) Students will examine the professional and ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology
  
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.
BCS-CMW-2: Students will identify key development and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies.
BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computin
g
BCS-CMW-3 (A-G) Students will examine the professional and ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology
  
Assignment:
1. Spelling / Vocab Activity
2. Complete Presentation
3. Begin Presentations


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Assignment:
1. Software Term Quiz -


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Assignment:
1. Presentations - Ethical Behavior
2. Group Discussion
3. Information vs. Mis Information

4. Name that Nerd
3. Class discussion

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Assignment:
1. Complete Information vs. Mis Information
2. Name that Nerd
3. Class discussion


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Assignment:
1. Turn in Spelling from the beginning of the week.
1. Jeopardy Review
2. Jeopardy Study Guide -  Complete on your own
3. Get with a partner and play jeopardy.
3.Research a service organization (such as Kiwanis Club, Rotary Club) in our community. Write a one page report on the clubs, beliefs, values, projects. Explain how it benefits our community. (FBLA)  - Turn In
4.
Create a list of 15 goals (related to school, career, and personal) for each include a description of how you plan to accomplish each one.
5. See Mrs. Head


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September 7, 2009

September 8, 2009 September 9, 2009 September 10, 2009 September 11, 2009

Labor Day
Student / Teacher Holiday

 

EQ:  Explain how technologies has impacted our way of life?
 
EQ:  Explain how technologies has impacted our way of life? EQ: What are the hardware and software components of a computer? EQ: What are the hardware and software components of a computer?
 GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.
BCS-CMW-2: Students will identify key development and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies.
BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computin
g
BCS-CMW-3 (A-G) Students will examine the professional and ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology
 
 
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions.
BCS-CMW-2: Students will identify key development and individuals relating to the history of computing and explore emerging technologies.
BCS-CMW-1. Students will explore the different careers available in the field of computin
g
BCS-CMW-3 (A-G) Students will examine the professional and ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology
 
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions. (A, B, C, D)
 
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interactions. A, B, C, D)

BCS-CMW - 6 - Students will demonstrate an understanding of how numbers and characters are represented in a computer.
Assignment:
1
. Jeopardy Review
2. Jeopardy Study Guide
3. Review
4. Create a list of 15 goals (related to school, career, and personal) for each include a description of how you plan to accomplish each one. - Turn In
5. Going Green Brochure - Turn In

Bring in Head Phones

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Assignment:
1. Unit 1 Test - Turn in your Jeopardy Study Guide with your results and your review.
2. American Enterprise Placemat

3. Create a list of 15 goals (related to school, career, and personal) for each include a description of how you plan to accomplish each one. - Turn In
4. Going Green Brochure - Turn In
5. Strengths and Weakness

5. Create and Invitation to our Next FBLA meeting on September 16th in publisher - Be Creative
6. If finished, see Mrs. Head

Bring in Head Phones

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Assignment:
1. Complete American Enterprise Placemat
2. Create a list of 15 goals (related to school, career, and personal) for each include a description of how you plan to accomplish each one. - Turn In
3. Going Green Brochure - Turn In
4. Strengths and Weakness

5. Create and Invitation to our Next FBLA meeting on September 16th in publisher - Be Creative
6. If finished, see Mrs. Head

Bring in Head Phones

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Assignment:
1. 3.1 The Journey Inside Handout

Bring in Head Phones

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September 14, 2009

September 15, 2009 September 16, 2009 September 17, 2009 September 18, 2009
EQ: What are the hardware and software components of a computer?
 
EQ: What are the hardware and software components of a computer? EQ:  What are the hardware and software components of a computer? EQ:  What are the hardware and software components of a computer? EQ: What are the hardware and software components of a computer?
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.

BCS-CMW - 6 - Students will demonstrate an understanding of how numbers and characters are represented in a computer.
 
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.

BCS-CMW - 6 - Students will demonstrate an understanding of how numbers and characters are represented in a computer.

GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction  (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction  (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.
Assignment:
1. Complete
3.1 The Journey Inside Handout
2.  Create E-mail and sign up for Online Companion
 Hardware and Software

 

http://login.course.com/login/login.cfm?targeturl=http://oc.course.com/sc/dc2009/index.cfm?&appId=dc09Product

Bring in Head Phones


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Assignment:
Introduction to the Unit
2. Hardware and Software Concepts Power Point - Guided Notes

 Vocab
3. 3.2 Software Basics
4. 3.2 Guided Notes
5. Class Discussion


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Job Shadow Day Forms DUE

 
Assignment:
1. Hardware and Software Concepts Power Point - Guided Notes
 Vocab
2. 3.2 Software Basics
3. 3.2 Guided Notes
4. software Project and Rubric
2. Comparing OS Systems Template


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Fall Rally Money Due
Assignment:
1. software Project and Rubric
2. Comparing OS Systems Template


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Assignment:
1. software Project and Rubric
2. Comparing OS Systems Template



Job SHADOW DAY*Bring in SHOE BOXES***

September 21, 2009

September 22, 2009 September 23, 2009 September 24, 2009 September 25, 2009
EQ: What are the hardware and software components of a computer?
 
EQ:What are the hardware and software components of a computer? EQ:What are the hardware and software components of a computer? EQ:What are the hardware and software components of a computer? EQ:What are the hardware and software components of a computer?
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction  (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction  (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.

 
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction  (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction  (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction  (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.
Assignment:
1. Turn in signed Job Shadow Form
2. Writing Assignment - Job Shadow Day -Two Page Paper
     If you participated - Tell me about your day, where, why, what you did, what you learned. Include pictures if you have them. (12 point font, Times New Roman)
     If you did not participate - Tell me what Job Shadowing is, why is it important, why did you choose not to participate, what did you miss out on.
3.  Complete and Turn in. Software Project and Rubric
4. Comparing OS Systems Template

5. Make a list of seating up a new computer - Go Step by Step!
6. See Mrs. Head
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Assignment:
1. Share Job Shadowing Experiences
2. Discussion about OS Software
3. 3.3 Specs that Matter

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Assignment:
1
. Complete 3.3 Specs that Matter 
2. See Mrs. Head
*Bring in SHOE BOXES*** - Must Have
Assignment:
1. Assign your self with a partner.
2. Using Tissue paper, markers, cutouts, glue put together your card board box computer. Label it. Be able to explain every part and its purpose.
3. Show computers.

Conference Letters Given
Assignment:
. Using Tissue paper, markers, cutouts, glue put together your card board box computer. Label it. Be able to explain every part and its purpose.
2. Show computers

Return Conference Given

September 28, 2009

September 29, 2009

September 30, 2009

October 1, 2009

October 2, 2009

EQ: What are the hardware and software components of a computer?
 
EQ: What are the hardware and software components of a computer? EQ:What are the hardware and software components of a computer? EQ: Why is antivirus software important to your machine?

Holiday

GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction  (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.
 
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction  (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.
 
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction  (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.
GPS: BCS-CMW_-4 Students will describe the major hardware and software components of a computer and their interaction  (A, B, C, D)

BCS - CMW - 5: Students will compare and contrast computer features.
Assignment:
1. Teacher Assign Partners
2. Retrieve work sheet
3. Receive CPU Unit and Tools
4. Complete worksheet and leave CPU intact.
5. Write Summary of Event
6. Group Discussion
 
Assignment:
1. Teacher Assign Partners
2. Retrieve work sheet
3. Receive CPU Unit and Tools
4. Take out each part of the computer, making notes as to what it is, what it does.
5. Once disassembled, discuss with teacher.
6. Rebuild computers
7. Place them back on the shelf
8. One page summary of what you learned with detail
9. See Mrs. Head
 
Assignment:
1. Get with Shoebox Computer Partners
2. Retrieve Shoe box computer
3. Now that you have learned what is inside and how it is arranged. Be creative and improve your shoe box cpu.
4. When finished, make sure your name is on the computer and put on back counter.
5. Move back to your seat
6. Begin Antivirus research
Assignment:
 1. Complete Antivirus research
 2. Continue on FBLA Assignments:
        Going Green Brochure
        15 Goals - With 3 sentences each of        explaining them.     
        5 Strengths and 1 Weakness - Page Explanation
         FBLA Invitation

October 5, 2009

October 6, 2009

October 7, 2009

October 8, 2009

October 9, 2009

EQ: What aspects should you consider when choosing a new computer?
 
EQ: What aspects should you consider when choosing a new computer?
 
1st and 2nd Period

Early Release/
Conference Day
EQ: What aspects should you consider when choosing a new computer? EQ: What aspects should you consider when choosing a new computer?
GPS: BCS-CMW-5. Students will compare and contrast computer features.
 
GPS: BCS-CMW-5. Students will compare and contrast computer features.
 
GPS: BCS-CMW-5. Students will compare and contrast computer features. GPS: BCS-CMW-5. Students will compare and contrast computer features.
Assignment:
1. How to Buy A Computer Power Point
2. How to Buy a Computer Worksheet
3. How to buy a computer Rubric - Basket
4. 5.3 Choosing A computer
5. 5.3 Choosing A computer worksheet
6. 5.3 Choosing A computer Rubric - Basket

Ask Mrs. Head for Poster Board when you need it.
 
Assignment:
1.  Complete 5.3 Choosing A computer
2. 5.3 Choosing A computer worksheet
3. 5.3 Choosing A computer Rubric - Basket
4. Presentations

Ask Mrs. Head for Poster Board when you need it.
 
Assignment:
1. Complete 5.3 Choosing A computer worksheet
2. 5.3 Choosing A computer Rubric - Basket
3. Presentations
4. Class Discussion - Antivirus Research
 

While waiting to begin presentations - work on FBLA FUTURE AWARD
Early Release /
Conference Day

Assignment:
1. Complete 5.3 Choosing A computer worksheet
2. 5.3 Choosing A computer Rubric - Basket
3. Presentations
4. Class Discussion - Antivirus Research

October 12, 2009

October 13, 2009

October 14, 2009

October 15, 2009

October 16, 2009

EQ:Explain Binary Code EQ: Explain Binary Code EQ: What aspects should you consider when choosing a new computer?
 
EQ: Explain Binary Code EQ: Why is community service important?
GPS: GPS: GPS:BCS-CMW-5. Students will compare and contrast computer features.
 
GPS:BCS-CMW-5. Students will compare and contrast computer features. GPS:
Assignment:
I apologize for not being there. Please be on your best behavior.  Be prepared to present 1st thing on Tuesday.
1. The Journey Inside 6.1 - Binary Code - You should have time to complete.
 
Assignment:
1.
The Journey Inside 6.1 - Binary Code
-Turn In when complete

 
Assignment:
1. Complete FBLA assignments - working with Mrs. Head

 
Assignment:
1.
Presentations on Choosing a Computer and Discussion of Binary Code With partner - Summary Assignment - One Page
2.  Complete FBLA Work


F
BLA - Fall Rally - Perry Georgia
 
Assignment:
1.
Create FBLA Coloring Sheets for Halloween Safety
October 19, 2009 October 20, 2009 October 21, 2009 October 22, 2009 October 23, 2009
EQ: Explain Binary Code EQ: Explain Binary Code. What is a pixel and why do have them? EQ: Explain Binary Code. What is a pixel and why do have them? EQ:Explain Binary Code. What is a pixel and why do have them?
 
EQ:
GPS:  BCS-CMW-7.Students will demonstrate an understanding of how pictures, sounds, and video are represented in a computer. GPS: BCS-CMW-7.Students will demonstrate an understanding of how pictures, sounds, and video are represented in a computer.
 
GPS: BCS-CMW-7.Students will demonstrate an understanding of how pictures, sounds, and video are represented in a computer.
 
GPS:BCS-CMW-7.Students will demonstrate an understanding of how pictures, sounds, and video are represented in a computer.
 
GPS:BCS-CMW-7.Students will demonstrate an understanding of how pictures, sounds, and video are represented in a computer.
 
Assignment:
1. Complete
Create FBLA Coloring Sheets for Halloween Safety -Teacher will check off
2. Complete 6.2 Secret Code - Handout
3. Begin 7.1
Assignment:
 1.Complete
Create FBLA Coloring Sheets for Halloween Safety -Teacher will check off
2. Complete 6.2 Secret Code - Handout
3. Complete 7.1
 
Assignment:
1. 7.2 Worksheet 7.2 Power Point
2. 7.2 Rubric (In Basket)
3. 7.3 Pictures Introduction - Worksheet
4. 7.3 Rubric (In Basket)
Assignment:
1. Complete 7.2 Worksheet 7.2 Power Point
2. 7.2 Rubric I will give to you tomorrow.
3. 7.3 Pictures Introduction - Worksheet
4. 7.3 Rubric I will give to you tomorrow - Make sure you are done.
5. Complete Study Guide and Study It. We will review and test tomorrow.
Jeopardy - Study Guide

Please be on your best behavior. My son is sick, so behave as if I were there. Thank you!


 

Assignment:

October 26, 2009

October 27, 2009

October 28, 2009

October 29, 2009

October 30, 2009

Fall Break



Happy Halloween!

November 2, 2009

November 3, 2009

November 4, 2009

November 5, 2009

November 6, 2009

EQ: How does networking computers improve their capabilities?
 
EQ: How does networking computers improve their capabilities?
 
EQ:  How does networking computers improve their capabilities? EQ: How does networking computers improve their capabilities? EQ: How does networking computers improve their capabilities?
GPS: BCS-CMW-8. Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic components of computer networks.
 
GPS:BCS-CMW-8. Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic components of computer networks.
 
GPS:BCS-CMW-8. Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic components of computer networks. GPS: BCS-CMW-8. Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic components of computer networks. GPS: BCS-CMW-8. Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic components of computer networks.
Assignment:
 
1. Open and Print Jeopardy - Study Guide
2. Using Study Guide Complete Unit Test
3. Staple your study guide and printed copy of test and turn in.
4. Complete Note Sheet with Power Point
5. Complete 8.2 - Turn In
Assignment:
1. Complete Note Sheet with Power Point
2. Complete 8.2 - Turn In
3. 9.1 Network Requirements Work sheet
4. 9.1 Requirements Worksheet
5. Rubric is in the box.
 
Assignment:
 Complete Note Sheet with Power Point
2. Complete 8.2 - Turn In
3. 9.1 Network Requirements Work sheet
4. 9.1 Requirements Worksheet
5. Rubric is in the box.

Makeup Work!

FBLA Future Work - Remember this is a test Grade

See Mrs. Head

Grade Sheets Given - Bring back signed tomorrow.
 

Assignment:
1. Complete 9.1
2. Turn Grade sheet in box.
3. 9.3 Steps to a network.
4. FBLA Future Level.
5. See Mrs. Head
Assignment:
1. Complete 9.1
2. Turn Grade sheet in box.
3. 9.3 Steps to a network.
4. FBLA Future Level.
5. See Mrs. Head

November 9, 2009

November 10, 2009

November 11, 2009

November 12, 2009

November 13, 2009

EQ: How does networking computers improve their capabilities?
 
EQ: How does networking computers improve their capabilities?
 
EQ: How does networking computers improve their capabilities? EQ: Why is it important to use reliable resources? EQ: Why is it important to use reliable resources?
GPS: BCS-CMW-8. Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic components of computer networks. 
BCS-CMW-10. Students will demonstrate an understanding of key issues in data transmission.

BCS-CMW-11. Students will demonstrate knowledge of networking trends and issues.


 

GPS: BCS-CMW-8. Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic components of computer networks. 
BCS-CMW-10. Students will demonstrate an understanding of key issues in data transmission.

BCS-CMW-11. Students will demonstrate knowledge of networking trends and issues.
 
GPS:  BCS-CMW-8. Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic components of computer networks. 
BCS-CMW-10. Students will demonstrate an understanding of key issues in data transmission.

BCS-CMW-11. Students will demonstrate knowledge of networking trends and issues.
GPS: BCS-CMW-11. Students will demonstrate knowledge of networking trends and issues. GPS:  BCS-CMW-11. Students will demonstrate knowledge of networking trends and issues
Assignment:
1. Complete 9.3
2. 10.2 Network Failures - Rubric in Box
3 .11.1 - Network Time lines - Rubric in the Box
 
Assignment:
1. Complete Assignments from Yesterday
2. Complete  Study Guide
 
Assignment:
1.
Teacher Discussion - Network - Student Participation
2.
Teacher Review / Questions
3. Web Information Unit - 12.1 Web Techniques
4. Web Techniques Worksheet
5. 12.1
 
Assignment:
1. 12.2 - Article Alice - Great Source - Rubric
2. 12.3
3. 12.4 - Rubric
Assignment:
1. 12.3
2.  12.4 - Rubric

3. 13.1 Internet Safety
4. 13.1 Internet Safety Worksheet
5. Rubric
 

November 16, 2009

November 17, 2009

November 18, 2009

November 19, 2009

November 20, 2009

EQ: Why is it important to use reliable resources? EQ: What is a data structure?
 
EQ:  What is a data structure? EQ: What is a data structure? EQ: What is a data structure?
GPS: BCS-CMW-11. Students will demonstrate knowledge of networking trends and issues
 
GPS: BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world.
 
GPS: BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world
Assignment:
Turn in 12.2, 12.4, 13.1
2. 13.3 Web Terms
3. 13.3 Rubric
Assignment:
1Turn in 12.2, 12.4, 13.1
2. 13.3 Web Terms
3. 13.3 Rubric
Assignment:
1.  Download Scratch

2. Introduction to Scratch-Watch Videos
3. Scratch Lesson 1
4. Scratch Lesson 2

 
Assignment:
1. Scratch Lesson 1
2. Scratch Lesson 2

3. Scratch Lesson 3
4. Creating a Witch game
Introduction to Scratch PowerPoint
 
Assignment:
1.
Introduction to Scratch PowerPoint
2. Complete Witch game
3. Begin Individual Scratch Project Scratch Game Rubric

November 23, 2009

November 24, 2009

November 25, 2009

November 26, 2009

November 27, 2009

ThanksgivingBreak

November 30, 2009

December 1, 2009

December 2, 2009

December 3, 2009

December 4, 2009

EQ: What is a data structure? EQ:What is a data structure? EQ:What is a data structure? EQ:What is a data structure? EQ:What is a data structure?
 
GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world
Assignment:
Scratch Review
2. Individual Scratch Project (Scratch Game)
3. Scratch Game Rubric
Assignment:
Scratch Review
2. Individual Scratch Project (Scratch Game)
3. Scratch Game Rubric
Assignment:
Scratch Review
2. Individual Scratch Project (Scratch Game)
3. Scratch Game Rubric
Assignment:
Scratch Review
2. Individual Scratch Project (Scratch Game)
3. Scratch Game Rubric

4. Presentations
Assignment:
Scratch Review
2. Individual Scratch Project (Scratch Game)
3. Scratch Game Rubric

4 Complete game! We will present on Monday!

December 7, 2009

December 8, 2009

December 9, 2009

December 10, 2009

December 11, 2009

EQ:What is a data structure? EQ:What is a data structure? EQ:What is a data structure? EQ:What is a data structure? EQ:What is a data structure?
 
GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world GPS:BCS-CMW-16 Students will discuss examples that identify the broad interdisciplinary utility of computers and algorithmic problem solving in the modern world
Assignment:
1. Viewing of the Pursuit of Happiness because of EOCT Testing
 
Assignment:
1. Viewing of the Pursuit of Happiness because of EOCT Testing
Assignment:
1. Viewing of the Pursuit of Happiness because of EOCT Testing
2. Summary Writing for Pursuit of Happiness
 
Assignment:
1. Presentations of Scratch Projects
Assignment:
1. Post Test
2. Presentations of Scratch Projects
3. 16.1 Power Point
4. 16.1 Worksheet
5. 16.1 Rubric
 

December 14, 2009

December 15, 2009

December 16, 2009

December 17, 2009

December 18, 2009

 

Final Exams

Assignment:
1. Exam Review
2. 17.1 Power Point
3. 17.1 Worksheet
4. 17.1 Rubric
 
Assignment:
18.1
18.1 Rubric
 Exam Review
 
Assignment:
1. Review is done and checked
2. Turned in 16.1
3. Turned in 17.1
4. Turned in 18.1
5. All Makeup work is done
 

December 21, 2009

December 22, 2009

December 23, 2009

December 24, 2009

December 25, 2009