Week of:    3-6-06                 Teacher: K. North                                                Team: Technology / East 1

 

CURRENT WORK ASSESSMENT:

G5 -  8 Photographs of Box organized per rubric

G6 -  Week 7, 8 and 9 Work Reports added to pull-down menu

DW4 - Thank You Note to BP or Web page on Energy connections

 

Monday

TLW:

“Think outside the Box” and connect resources of technology to our future.

 

SPRING FLING WEEK

P.J. DAY – Bedtime story

 

Objective:  Resources of Technology - Information

Activities:

·         Discuss the quote “No guts, No Glory” as applied to Spring Fling Week

·         Collect data to calculate percent of students who dress up each day.

·         Read a bedtime story for P.J. Day – “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein

·         Discuss application of multimedia in “Writing with Pictures” book on how to Write and Illustrate Children’s Books by Uri Shulevitz

·         Present organized photos for grading (G5)

Materials: 

Follow Up/HW:  Finish G5 and G6 – due tomorrow or late points assessed

 

Tuesday

TLW:

Discuss how the resources of technology were portraying in “The Giving Tree” book.

 

TACKY DAY

Did you “think outside the box?”  Are you a team player?

Objective:  Resources of Technology - Time

Activities:

=      Use TIME management to understand the need to complete work.

=      Review directions for photographs and get this assignment graded (G5).

=      Present Pull-down menu with D&D on what you learned in the 15 days from week 7, 8 and 9.  Remember that feedback and homework details are optional.  Including the time breakdown of first 5 minutes and last is also optional.

Materials:

Follow Up/HW:  Finish any late work for 6w5 – 3w1 grading period

 

Wednesday

TLW:

Practice programming in DrScheme until fluent with drawing commands and debugging errors.

 

OLD SCHOOL DAY

Understand application of music in multimedia by listening to best oldies from 70s and 80s. Can you name the artist in TIME? 

Objective:  TAKS – Ratio / Proportion / Percent

Activities:

·         Order boxes based on ratio of the sides

·         Look at position of commands in sample code to see a pattern.

·         Begin Graphics Programming module Activity 3 by typing in commands for baby.scm

·         NOTE:  DO NOT CHEAT – Type your own code to learn! You are only cheating yourself out of learning when you do not do your own work.

Materials:

Follow Up/HW:  Work on baby.scm

 

Thursday

TLW:

Understand why Ratio / Proportion and Percent is important in multimedia.

 

HAWAIIAN DAY

Understand application of music in multimedia by listening to Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar.

Objective: TAKS - Ratio / Proportion  / Percent

Activities:

·         Review Pythagorean Theorem Quiz individually as needed to understand application to your box sketches and programming drawing commands.

·         Look at PATTERNS as you type baby.scm.

·         Save AS:  babyyourname

·         Finish Graphics Programming module Activity 3 by typing in commands for baby.scm

·         NOTE:  DO NOT CHEAT – Type your own code to learn! You are only cheating yourself out of learning when you do not do your own work.

 

KIATQ

Are you on the outside looking in, or the inside looking out?

Materials:

Follow Up/HW:

QUIZ tomorrow – complete Week 10 Report

Finish baby.scm code.

 

Friday

TLW:

Understand the relationship of sides of boxes our classes photographed.

 

BLUE OUT DAY

Objective: TAKS:  Ratio / Proportion / Percent

Activities:

­         Calculate percent of magnet students who dressed up this week. 

­         Determine the dimensions of a cube.

­         Understand the relationship of side of boxes our classes photographed.

­         Change display resolution on monitors to understand the 4:3 ratio.

­         Complete Week 10 report – ONLY the summary field for the week is required, but you must include WHAT YOU LEARNED! Print and turn in the Excel document. 

Materials:

Follow Up/HW (OCW):

 Finish your baby – be creative – add more D&D.

Think outside the Box and create more boxes to use in your Multimedia story about boxes.

Take pictures of boxes around the school, your community and at home