Lesson Plans – September 18 through September 22nd

Web Technology

Monday – Continue working on Internet Pioneer Website using the WIX website builder.

Tuesday – Internet Pioneer Website

Wednesday – Internet Pioneer Website

Thursday – Internet Pioneer Website is due today.

Friday – Tutorial: Setting up a business website.  Today, we will look at how to set up a website that utilizes an online store.  We will create a fictitious website for a fictitious company that sales headphones.

 

Video Game Design

Monday – Continue working on cut scene for your PowerPoint Jeopardy Game.  Instructions are in your workbooks.

Tuesday – Do the Vocabulary exercise on page 57-59 in your workbooks.

Wednesday – Making a Crossword Puzzle Using Google Sheets.  Using Google Sheets and following the instructions starting on page 74, we will create a crossword puzzle using the vocabulary words from yesterday.

Thursday – Continue working on Crossword Puzzle

Friday – Use Pivot Stickfigure Animator to Introduce Animation

 

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communication

Monday – Continue working on Chapter 2 Lesson 1.  Don’t forget to do the Chapter 2 Lesson 1 Vocabulary

Tuesday – Chapter 2 Lesson 1

Wednesday – Chapter 2 Lesson 1

Thursday – Today, we will begin Chapter 2 Lesson 2.  Please, either as you are working, before you start, or when you finish, complete the Chapter 2 Lesson 2 Vocabulary.

Friday – Chapter 2 Lesson 2

Lesson Plans August 28th – September 1st

Web Technology

  • Monday: Continue working on Musician Website using Wix.com website editor
  • Tuesday: New Project: Create a Website based on one of your hobbies/interests.  Include 4 separate pages, each with new and different information on each.  Be detailed and thorough.
  • Wednesday: Hobby Website
  • Thursday: Hobby Website
  • Friday: Hobby Website

Video Game Design

  • Monday: Personality Avatar – Today, we will fill out a survey to find our professional strengths and weaknesses.  Using the information from the survey, we will create an Avatar that promotes our strengths and shows us where our weaknesses are.
  • Tuesday:
  • Wednesday:
  • Thursday:
  • Friday:

Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communication

  • Monday: Chapter 1 Lesson 1: Getting Familiar with Adobe Illustrator – Today, we will get our first look at Adobe Illustrator.  We will be introduced to the layout features, how to create a new document, how to open an existing document, etc.
  • Tuesday: Ch. 1 Lesson 1
  • Wednesday: Ch.1 Lesson 1
  • Thursday: Ch.1 Lesson 1
  • Friday: Ch. 1 Lesson 1

 

 

2017-2018 PAAVTC Syllabus

Principles of Art, Audio/Visual Technology, and Communication

Syllabus

Teacher: Blake Henry

Room: 108

Conference: 7th Period

Contact Information: [email protected]      (903) 291-2012

 

Course Overview: This course provides comprehensive information on 5 separate areas of arts and communication.  Each of the 5 units will cover a specific area.

  • Unit 1: Graphic Design
  • Unit 2: Photo Editing
  • Unit 3: Animation
  • Unit 4: Video Editing
  • Unit 5: Video Game Design

 

Materials:

  • Flash Drive

 

Grading Policy: Grades will be broken down into these categories-

  • Daily Grades and Quizzes – 40%
  • Tests and Projects – 60%

There will be at minimum 10 Daily Grades/Quizzes and 2 Tests/Projects per 9 week grading period.  Grades will be completed and returned within 1 week of assignment completion.

 

Make up Work/Absences: We will follow the Student Handbook Rules here.  For each day you are absent from class, you will have that many days to complete any missing assignments.

 

Retests: There will be no retests, however, you will be giving the option of completed an extra assignment to bring any failing test grade up to a 70.

 

2017-2018 Web Technology Syllabus

Web Technology

Syllabus

Teacher: Blake Henry

Room: 108

Conference: 7th Period

Contact Information: [email protected] (903) 291-2012

Course Overview: Upon completion of this the course, the student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the necessary skill for career development, maintenance of employability, and successful completion of course outcomes
  • Identify employment opportunities in the information technology field with focus in the area of interactive media
  • Demonstrate knowledge and appropriate use of hardware, software, and connectivity technologies
  • Complies with practices and behaviors that meet legal and ethical responsibilities
  • Aquire electronic information in a variety of formats, using research skills and electronic communication to create new knowledge with appropriate supervision
  • Evaluate electronic information
  • Evaluate and employ computer-based productivity tools to create and modify web and digital media designs
  • Demonstrate knowledge of Internet programming strategies
  • Employ knowledge of web programming to develop and maintain web applications
  • Employ knowledge of web administration to develop and maintain web applications
  • Evaluate a problem and create a written plan of action for meeting client requirements
  • Create and implement a written plan of action in the development of a web product

Materials:

  • Flashdrive

Grading Policy: Grades will be broken down into these categories-

  • Daily Grades and Quizzes – 40%
  • Tests and Projects – 60%

There will be at minimum 10 Daily Grades/Quizzes and 2 Tests/Projects per 9 week grading period.  Grades will be completed and returned within 1 week of assignment completion.

Make up Work/Absences: We will follow the Student Handbook Rules here.  For each day you are absent from class, you will have that many days to complete any missing assignments.

Retests: There will be no retests, however, you will be giving the option of completed an extra assignment to bring any failing test grade up to a 70.

2017-2018 Principles of Arts, Audio/Visual Technology, and Communication Syllabus

Principles of Art, Audio/Visual Technology, and Communication

Syllabus

Teacher: Blake Henry

Room: 108

Conference: 7th Period

Contact Information: [email protected]      (903) 291-2012

 

Course Overview: This course provides comprehensive information on 5 separate areas of arts and communication.  Each of the 5 units will cover a specific area.

  • Unit 1: Graphic Design
  • Unit 2: Photo Editing
  • Unit 3: Animation
  • Unit 4: Video Editing
  • Unit 5: Video Game Design

 

Materials:

  • Flash Drive

 

Grading Policy: Grades will be broken down into these categories-

  • Daily Grades and Quizzes – 40%
  • Tests and Projects – 60%

There will be at minimum 10 Daily Grades/Quizzes and 2 Tests/Projects per 9 week grading period.  Grades will be completed and returned within 1 week of assignment completion.  

 

Make up Work/Absences: We will follow the Student Handbook Rules here.  For each day you are absent from class, you will have that many days to complete any missing assignments.  

 

Retests: There will be no retests, however, you will be giving the option of completed an extra assignment to bring any failing test grade up to a 70.  

 

Hello Roughnecks

Welcome to my blog for my Technology Classes Principles of Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications and Web Technologies.

This is my 1st year as a White Oak Roughneck but it will be my 8th year as both a teacher and a coach. Below you will find course information for both classes as well as Grading Policy, syllabi, and Classroom Rules and Expectations.

Above, you will see the menu where you can access the Blog for your specific course.  Here you will be able to find our weekly agenda and our plan for the week.

Thank you and I look forward to a great year here at White Oak.

Coach Henry