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Keyboarding Class Assignments Due

Wednesday-Projects should be completed by end of class today

Thursday-Exam on lesson 14-Project

Friday-Type to Learn 4 End of NINE WEEKS!

Oct 9-Oct 13

Monday-Teacher Work Day

Tuesday-Lesson 15 on Tables Classwork on Calories and Recycle tables

Wednesday-Completion of class projects  Using Quick tables and styles

Thursday-Quick tables completes and projects 15-1 thru 15-4 assigned

Friday-Projects completed at end of class Type to learn 4

Oct 16- Oct 20

Monday-Lesson 16 Enhancing Documents

Tuesday-Thursday-Class project Itienerary Letter 

Friday-Type to learn and projects 16-1 and 16-3 assigned

Oct. 23- Oct 27

Monday-Projects 16-1 thru 16-5 due

Tues-Symbols project assigned and due at end of period

Wednesday-Completion of assignments. All are due at the end of class no exceptions!

Thursday-Kahoot and Quizizz on MS Word

Friday-Project on Creating shapes using the draw tool

Oct 30- Nov 3

Monday-Lesson on Drawing tools

Tuesday-Continued lesson on drawing tools, smart art and screen shots

Wednesday-Completion and projects assigned

Thurs-Projects continued

Friday- Projects completed and TTL 4

Nov 6- Nov 10

Monday-Lettuce Do Lunch project due

Tuesday-Lesson 18 Lesson started

Wednesday-Lesson 18 Continued

Thursday-lesson 18 Complete Porjects assigned

Friday-Lesson 18-1, 18-2, 18-3, 18-4

Nov 13- Nov 17

Monday-Project submitted to classroom

Tuesday-Lesson 19 in Excel

Wednesday-LEsson 19 continued

Thursday-Lesson 19 Completed

Friday-Type to Learn 4-Hour of Code

Nov 20-Nov 24

Thanksgiving Break!!! No School!

Nov 27-Dec 1

Monday-Projects 19-1, and 19-2 started

Tuesday-Projects completed and submitted to classroom

Wednesday-Lesson 20 Excel

Thursday-Lesson 20 continued

Friday-Movie Release project on Excel concepts

Dec 4- Dec 8

Monday-Completion of Movie Release/Hour of Code/Lesson 20 in Excel-Charts

Tuesday-Projects 20-1 and 20-2 Assigned

Wednesday-Projects Due

Thursday-Excel Project on Formatting and Charts

Friday-Excel Projects due to Classroom

Dec 11-Dec 15

Monday-Typing Test/TTL4

Tuesday-Thursday- TTL4/Review for Exam Friday

Friday-Semester exam taken during 4th period. Please try not to check your child out during this time.

Dec 18- Dec 19

Monday-Semester Exams extended time and those absent Friday

Tuesday-Last Day of semester. Makeup exams!

Happy New Year!

Jan 4-5

Thursday- Makeup Semester Exams/Typing practice

Friday- Introduction to PowerPoint notes and classwork!

Jan 8-12

Monday-PPt lesson on slides, layouts and graphics

Tuesday-Continued lesson on PPT

Wednesday-Review lesson assigned and conclusion of PPT

Thursday-About Me project assigned

Friday-About Me project due

JAN 15-19

MONDAY-MLK JR. Holiday No School!

Tuesday-Review assignment and About Me project continued (SUB)

Wednesday-NO School due to weather

Thursday-Completion of projects for those absent and typing skills practice

Friday-Review typing skills and all work due! (SUB)

Jan 22-26

Monday- Presentation of PPT on About Me

Tuesday-Conclusion of About Me presentations/Lesson 2 on media and graphics

Wednesday-Completion of Lesson2 and assignments given out

Thursday-Work on assignments PPT project 22-1 due

Friday-PPT project 22-2 due

Jan 29- Feb 2

Monday-Project 22-3 due/Individual project assignment

Tuesday-Thursday- Work on PPT Projects

Friday-Presentations

Feb 5- Feb 9

Mon-PPT Presentations continued

Tues-Project Group Assignment on BlacK History Month Figures

Wed-Group work continued

Thurs- Group work completed

Friday-Presentations

Feb12- Feb 16

Monday-Presentations Continued

Tuesday-Lesson 3 of PPT

Wed-Lesson 3 of PPT continued

Thurs-Lesson 3 completed and assignment of projects

Friday-Project Interactive book

Feb 19- Feb 23

Monday- President's Day No School!

Tuesday- Completion of interactive books in PPT

Wednesday-Presentations

Thursday-Presentations

Friday-PPT Project Movie Review

Feb 26- March 2

Monday-Movie Review Continued

Tuesday-Completion of Movie Review

Wednesday-Presentations

Thursday-PResentations continued

Friday-Doodle 4 Google turned in. Presentations!

March 5- March 9

Monday-Communication and Collaboration Lesson

Tuesday-Powerpoint notes continued 

Wednesday- Powerpoint and Worksheet (using notes)

Thursday-Communication Assignments due today/Purpose Games/internet

Friday-Quizziz.com

March 12-March 16

Monday- Thurs

Code.org/Codeacademy/Makeup work

Friday-Teacher work day-No school!

Spring Break Begins!

This course examines the current programs and applications that are used in the world of business. Students will apply Microsoft Office and Google productivity applications to projects and assignments they will face in everyday life. This class progressively builds on previously established computer applications and concepts. Students will also learn about software and Web 2.0 tools that can be used for their academic coursework and in the workplace. Additionally, students will practice 21st century skills by collaborating with others to problem solve and develop proper communication and presentation techniques. Students will be introduced to the concept of digital citizenship and the importance of maintaining their online “self.” Students will be required to participate in daily class work assignments to demonstrate their understanding and application proficiency. This course is especially geared for freshman and sophomores eager to learn about applying technology to academic, work, and personal life.

You have a connected computer in front of you. No mobile device use unless given permission.

Week 7 March 12th-16th

  1. Keyboarding Fundamentals
  2. Google Sheets Unit
  3. Microsoft Excel Unit
  4. Activities if you're done

Week 6 March 5th-9th

  1. Keyboarding Fundamentals
  2. Timeline JS Project
    • First half of class Tuesday to finish. Please post to blog and we will share some of our timelines the second half of class
  3. Google Sheets Unit

  4. Professional Attitude Week 6

  5. Activities if you're done

Week 5 February 26th-March 2nd

  1. Keyboarding Fundamentals
  2. ConcludeMicrosoft Word Unit
    • Please have a rough draft of Most Valuable completed by end of class Monday
  3. Begin Timeline JS Project

  4. Google Sheets Unit

  5. Activities if you're done

Week 4 February 12th-16th

  1. Keyboarding Fundamentals
  2. Continue Microsoft Word Unit
    • Resume builder worksheet and final Resume document due by end of class on Wednesday
    • If you are finished prior to Wednesday, please begin the Most Valuable Teacher assignment
  3. Complete Professional Attitude Week 4
    • Please reflect on your performance over the last 2 weeks. Please do not give yourself exemplary if you have not been entirely engaged in class. This includes any Slitherio play

Week 3 February 5th-9th

  1. Introduce keyboarding activities and discusskeyboarding article
  2. Continue Microsoft Word Unit
    • We will start the week sharing our 2 features using a screen share platform (whichever one we can get to work!)

Week 2 January 29th-February 2nd

  1. Introduce keyboarding activities and discusskeyboarding article
  2. Discuss the cloud
  3. Set up technology blog using blogger
    • Read and Complete: Read article on10 Reasons You Should Blog anddiscuss how blogs are used by individuals, organizations, and businesses. Create a blog using Blogger (shortcut can be found in "apps" section). We will be using Blogger to post and share some of our assignments.
  4. Put your name and blog URL address in this document
  5. Watch: Microsoft’s Productivity Vision
    • What do you think of the video? How long do you think it will take to achieve Microsoft’s Vision? Make a journal entry that responds to these questions.

  6. Begin Microsoft Word Unit
  7. On Friday, please complete Professional Attitude Week 2Reflect on your work performance to date. Have you been present and on time? Have you participated and been engaged in all of our activities? Have you been respectful and courteous of me and your peers? Please give yourself a realistic evaluation.

Week 1 January 24th-26th

  1. Review together: Course Description and Outline
  2. Review Together: Professional Attitude Rubric
      • On a biweekly (even numbered weeks) basis, you will have the opportunity to provide input on your work performance in class. After reflecting on the previous 2 weeks, you will complete a Google Form.The purpose of this exercise is to reflect on your performance in class and make changes as necessary. Failure to submit your rubric on time will result in your inability to provide your own input and you will not be able to fall into the "exemplary" category.
  3. Play Together: Icebreaker
  4. Review Hingham Google Accounts and Drive

  5. Set-up Google Accounts if not done already. Log in by using year of graduation first name initial last name. Default pw is 1234. Example username: 2019jtarantello password: 1234

  6. Discuss importance of file management and organization

  7. Create a Folder called Digital Literacy and share with me: jtarantello@hinghamschools.org. Make sure to use the school account and not your personal. Make sure the folder is editable by me. We will be creating a variety of sub folders to keep organized. To start, please add the following folders. We'll be adding more as the semester unfolds.

    • Keyboarding
    • Word
    • Excel
    • PowerPoint
    • Final Project
  8. Create a document in your Digital Literacy folder and call it “Journal”
  9. Why do you think a course named Digital Literacy is important?
  10. Introduce keyboarding activities and discusskeyboarding article
  11. Discuss the cloud
  12. Set up technology blog using blogger
    • Read and Complete: Read article on10 Reasons You Should Blog anddiscuss how blogs are used by individuals, organizations, and businesses. Create a blog using Blogger (shortcut can be found in "apps" section). We will be using Blogger to post and share some of our assignments.
  13. Put your name and blog URL address in this document
  14. Watch: Microsoft’s Productivity Vision
      • What do you think of the video? How long do you think it will take to achieve Microsoft’s Vision? Make a journal entry that responds to these questions.

  15. Begin Microsoft Word Unit

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