Web Development 1
Core Standards of the Course
Digital Citizenship: Students will understand the basic principles of copyright, AUP, and ethical behavior. (Suggested time proportion 5%)
Demonstrate knowledge of standard copyright rules.
Identify the use and purpose of acceptable use policy (AUP).
Understand ethical behavior as it relates to an AUP, Intellectual Property, Netiquette, Respecting Privacy, Anti-Spamming Laws, etc.
Fundamentals of HTML5: Students will demonstrate creation of "well formed" webpages. (Suggested time proportion 40%)
Demonstrate knowledge required to develop an HTML document.
Explain appropriate file structure and naming conventions.
Use the DOCTYPE Declaration.
Develop "well formed" webpages with appropriate HTML structure and according to W3C standards that can be validated.
Demonstrate the use of input elements and attributes.
Use meta tags for page documentation and search engine optimization (SEO).
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS): Students will format webpages using CSS. (Suggested time proportion 35%)
Apply CSS to your website.
Apply essential syntax & CSS box model.
Students will format webpages using CSS
Format page layout using CSS.
Site Planning: Students will plan, design, implement, and maintain website(s). (Suggested time proportion 10%)
Analyze Project requirements.
Users are the focus of all design.
The student will create and prepare images to integrate with website designs, using image editing software. (Suggested time proportion 5%)
Open, edit, and save an image for effective use on your website.
Incorporate a logo, header into webpage.
Incorporate images into a webpage.
Exploration & Preparation for Careers in Web Development: Students will explore careers in Web Development and prepare a portfolio of projects created. (Suggested time proportion 5%)
Explore IT Web Development careers.
Create a Student portfolio
Create a four-page website with the following minimum elements:
The following workplace skills should be discussed, taught, and re-enforced in the course:
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