• September Assignments

    Posted by Shawn Niolon White on 9/1/2019

    September 3/4:

     Objectives

    • Unit 2: Twenty-first Century Learning Tools
    • Unit 1: Interact with Teacher Using Online Learning Management System
    • Unit 4: Keyboarding technique
    • Unit 7: Use Technology Appropriately including Online Media

     

    1. Mav Mark: Login to your computer and connect with the teacher.  Check your grades in Active Student.
    2. Complete the Keyboarding Information Handout from the Century 21 jr. Textbook pages 111-114
    3. Take the Keyboarding Open Notes Quiz
    4. Review for the Keyboarding Test

    Homework: Study for the Keyboarding Test Using the Keyboarding Study Guide,Keyboarding Information Handout from the Century 21 Jr. Textbook pages 111-114 and the Keyboarding Vocabulary Terms

     
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    September 5/6:

     Objectives

    • Unit 2: Twenty First Century Learning Tools
    • Unit 1: Interact with Teacher Using Online Learning Management System
    • Unit 4: Keyboarding technique
    • Unit 7: Use Technology Appropriately including Online Media
    1. Mav Mark: Login to your computer and connect with the teacher.  Check your grades in Active Student.
    2. Review Keyboarding Study Guide
    3. Take Keyboarding Test
    4. Begin to study History of Technology and Communication

    September 9/10

    Objectives

    • Unit 2: Twenty First Century Learning Tools
    • Unit 1: Interact with Teacher Using Online Learning Management System
    • Unit 1: Computer Safety 
    1. Mav Mark: Login to your computer, connect to teacher and login to Canvas
    2. Watch the Keeping your Computer Clean Video
    3. Answer the Computer Safety and Maintenance Handout
    4. Take the Computer Safety and Maintenance Quiz
    5. Log in to Typing.com and type lessons

     Homework: Practice keyboarding 15 minutes daily 

     

    September 11/12

    Objectives

    • Unit 2: Twenty First Century Learning Tools
    • Unit 1: Interact with Teacher Using Online Learning Management System
    • Unit 1: Computer Safety
    • Unit 1: Ethical Use of Computers
    • Unit 4: Keyboarding
    1. Mav Mark: Login to your computer, connect to teacher and login to Canvas

    2. We will review Copyright Notes and Information

    3. Go to Modules
    4. Go to Copyright Open Note Quiz on Canvas and answer the questions.
      1. You may use the documents and website to complete the quiz.
      2. You may have to click Next through several documents that you have already completed.
    5. Go to typing.com and log in to complete twenty minutes of typing 
    6. Watch the Computer Safety Video and read the information on the web page.
    7. Complete the Computer Safety and Maintenance Open Note Quiz.

    September 13/16:

    Objectives

    • Unit 2: Twenty First Century Learning Tools
    • Unit 1: Interact with Teacher Using Online Learning Management System
    • Unit 4: Keyboarding technique
    • Unit 7: Use Technology Appropriately including Online Media

     

    1. Mav Mark: Log in to your computer and Canvas.  Check your grades in Active Student.
    2. Go to Typing.com and practice your keyboarding technique.  You may use earbuds or headphones. You will get a grade based on the total number of minutes you worked combined with accuracy.  You are expected to complete at least 20 minutes of typing per day.
    3. Brain Break (Stretching or Dancing)
    4. Complete the Computer Safety and Maintenance Quiz until you get a 100!
    5. Go to Modules and use the links on the History of Communications Handout and your Earbuds, Headphones, or Close Captioning to complete the History of Communication Handout
    6. Take the History of Communication Open Notes Quiz

    Homework: Practice Keyboarding on any website 15 minutes daily and complete any unfinished work from the class.

    September 17/18:

    Objectives

    • Unit 2: Twenty First Century Learning Tools
    • Unit 1: Interact with Teacher Using Online Learning Management System
    • Unit 4: Keyboarding technique
    • Unit 3: Computing Fundamentals

     

    1. Mav Mark: Log in to your computer and Canvas.  Check your grades in Active Student.
    2. Go to Typing.com and practice your keyboarding technique.  You may use earbuds or headphones. You will get a grade based on the total number of minutes you worked combined with accuracy.  You are expected to complete at least 20 minutes of typing per day.
    3. Brain Break (Stretching or Dancing)
    4. Go to the Computer Basics Page under Unit 3 Computer Fundamentals. Complete the Computer Basics Handout Sections 1 & 2. 

    Homework: Complete any unfinished assignements from previous classes and practice keyboarding 15 minutes daily.

     

    September 19/20:

    Objectives

    • Unit 2: Twenty First Century Learning Tools
    • Unit 1: Interact with Teacher Using Online Learning Management System
    • Unit 4: Keyboarding technique
    • Unit 3: Computing Fundamentals

     

    1. Mav Mark: Log in to your computer and Canvas.  Check your grades in Active Student.
    2. Go to Typing.com and practice your keyboarding technique.  You may use earbuds or headphones. You will get a grade based on the total number of minutes you worked combined with accuracy.  You are expected to complete at least 20 minutes of typing per day.
    3. Brain Break (Stretching or Dancing)
    4. Go to the Computer Basics Page under Unit 3 Computer Fundamentals. Complete the Computer Basics Handout Sections 3 & 4. 

    Homework: Complete any unfinished assignements from previous classes and practice keyboarding 15 minutes daily.

    September 23/24:

    Objectives

    • Unit 2: Twenty First Century Learning Tools
    • Unit 1: Interact with Teacher Using Online Learning Management System
    • Unit 4: Keyboarding technique
    • Unit 3: Computing Fundamentals

     

    1. Mav Mark: Log in to your computer and Canvas.  Check your grades in Active Student.
    2. Go to Typing.com and practice your keyboarding technique.  You may use earbuds or headphones. You will get a grade based on the total number of minutes you worked combined with accuracy.  You are expected to complete at least 20 minutes of typing per day.
    3. Brain Break (Stretching or Dancing)
    4. Go to the Computer Basics Page under Unit 3 Computer Fundamentals. Complete the Computer Basics Handout Sections 5 & 6. 

    Homework: Complete any unfinished assignements from previous classes and practice keyboarding 15 minutes daily.

    September 25/26:

    Objectives

    • Unit 2: Twenty First Century Learning Tools
    • Unit 1: Interact with Teacher Using Online Learning Management System
    • Unit 4: Keyboarding technique
    • Unit 3: Computing Fundamentals

     

    1. Mav Mark: Log in to your computer and Canvas.  Check your grades in Active Student.
    2. Go to Typing.com and practice your keyboarding technique.  You may use earbuds or headphones. You will get a grade based on the total number of minutes you worked combined with accuracy.  You are expected to complete at least 20 minutes of typing per day.
    3. Brain Break (Stretching or Dancing)
    4. Go to the Computer Basics Page under Unit 3 Computer Fundamentals. Complete the Computer Basics Handout Sections 7 & 8. 

    Homework: Complete any unfinished assignements from previous classes and practice keyboarding 15 minutes daily.

     

    September 27/30:

    Objectives

    • Unit 2: Twenty First Century Learning Tools
    • Unit 1: Interact with Teacher Using Online Learning Management System
    • Unit 4: Keyboarding technique
    • Unit 3: Computing Fundamentals

     

    1. Mav Mark: Log in to your computer and Canvas.  Check your grades in Active Student.
    2. Go to Typing.com and practice your keyboarding technique.  You may use earbuds or headphones. You will get a grade based on the total number of minutes you worked combined with accuracy.  You are expected to complete at least 20 minutes of typing per day.
    3. Brain Break (Stretching or Dancing)
    4. Go to the Computer Basics Page under Unit 3 Computer Fundamentals. Complete the Computer Basics Handout Sections 9 & 10. 

    Homework: Complete any unfinished assignements from previous classes and practice keyboarding 15 minutes daily.

     

     

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  • August Assignments

    Posted by Shawn Niolon White on 7/22/2019

    August 7/8

     

    Objective: Practice effective communication skills and demonstrate & explain expected behaviors.

     

    1. Introductory Activity to Begin Class
    2. Who is Mrs. White?
    3. Review the Mav Matrix (PBIS) & Classroom Expectations
      1. 1A: Review Behavior in the Class Room
      2. 3A: Cafeteria Expectations & Hallway Expectations
      3. 4A: Arrival & Dismissal Expectations
      4. 5B: Courtyard Expectations
      5. 6B: Restroom Expectations
      6. 7B: Zero Block Expectations
      7. 8B: Library & Assemblies Expectations
    4. Practice effective communication skills by completing Human Scavenger Hunt Bingo
    5. Handbook Review
      1. 2A: Grading, Attendance, Tardiness, & Make-Up Work
      2. 3A: Discipline, Dress Code, & Bullying/Anti-Harassment
      3. 4A: Consequences of Policy Violations & Exam Exemptions
      4. 5B: Reasonable Suspicion & Electronic Devices
      5. 6B: Items Prohibited on School Property
      6. 7B: Office Referrals & Go Fund Me Accounts
      7. 8B: Students Receive Handbooks & Planners
    6. Exit slip

     

    Homework: Return signed Parent/Student Agreement to Homeroom Friday!

     

    August 9/12:

    Objective: Practice effective communication skills and demonstrate & explain expected behaviors.

     

    1. Introductory Activity to Begin Class
    2. Utilize Planners
    3. Review the Mav Matrix (PBIS) & Classroom Expectations
      1. 1A: Review Behavior in the Class Room
      2. 2A: Cafeteria Expectations & Hallway Expectations
        1. Tour to Cafeteria
      3. 4A: Arrival & Dismissal Expectations
      4. 5B: Courtyard Expectations
      5. 6B: Restroom Expectations
      6. 7B: Zero Block Expectations
      7. 8B: Library & Assemblies Expectations
    4. Set Goals-Best Practices
    5. Exit Slip

     

    Homework: Return signed 6th Grade Discipline Contract Agreement to Homeroom Tuesday!

     

    August 13/14:

    Objective: Practice effective communication skills and demonstrate & explain expected behaviors.

     

    1. Best Practices for Mavericks Kahoot Game
    2. Review Goals
    3. Discuss ICT I Rules and Procedures
    4. Brain Break
    5. Exit Slip

    Homework: Return ICT I Rules & Procedures signed on Thursday/Friday!

    August 15/16:

    Objective: Practice effective communication skills and demonstrate & explain expected behaviors.

    1. Mav Mark: Students will complete their keyboard coloring sheet if they have not already done so.
    2. Students will log in to Canvas using their log in sheet. (Neon Green)
    3. Students will go to their class ICT page.
    4. Students will answer the 20 question online learning style quiz. Students may use dictionary.com  or http://www.learnersdictionary.com/ to define any words the do not know or ask another student for help.
    5. Students will write down the results of the learning style inventory along with the tips for the best study habits for their learning style and keep them in their notebook or binder. (Auditory, Tactile/Kinesthetic or Visual.)
    6. Students should go to https://join.quizizz.com 396878 and put in their first name and last initial to play the quizizz  
    7. Students will read the information on the Engineering Design Process and the Scientific Method.
    8. Students will compare and contrast the Engineering Design Process and the Scientific Method by creating a chart or table in a team of 2 to 4 students working collaboratively.

       

      Homework: Have ICT Rules and Procedures (Bright Pink) signed by parents and Review good study habits for learning styles.

     

     

    August 18/20:

    Objectives/Goal:

    • Demonstrate knowledge of learning and innovation skills.
      • Creativity and Innovation
      • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
      • Communication and Collaboration
    • Differentiate between various learning styles, personality traits, and leadership styles found within the classroom and the workplace.
    1. Mav Mark: Log in to your computer and Canvas. Go to your ICT I Canvas Course and read the daily agenda. Get out your Learning Style Notes.
    2. Review Learning Style by watching Learning Styles Video and the Learning Styles PowerPoint and whole group discussion.
    3. Brain Break Activity
    4. Review the difference between the Engineering Design Process and the Scientific Method.
    5. Divide into teams of 2-5 based on the teacher's instructions.
    6. Each team will complete Aluminum Boat handout using the Engineering Design Process using Graph Paper and a 5 inch X 5 inch piece of foil to create a boat that will float and hold a minimum of 15 pennies.

    August 21/22:

    Objective: Practice effective communication skills and the importance of learning both your personality and others.

    1. Mav Mark: Log in to your computer, Canvas, and read the days agenda.
    2. Review the answers to the Learning Styles Open Notes Quiz as well as the PowerPoint and the additional notes.  
    3. Take the Learning Styles Open Notes Quiz Again making sure to use your notes, the PowerPoint and the Study Tips to answer the questions.
    4. Complete a Personality Inventory
    5. Brain Break
    6. Discuss Personality in small groups

    Homework: Return Personality Description Signed.

     

    August 23/26:

    Objective

    •  Demonstrate responsible use of technology.
    • Discuss strategies people can use to work effectively with one another regardless of their differences.
    • Interact with teachers, peers, and course material using a learning management system. 
      • Discover online learning environments and how they operate among teachers and students.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of learning and innovation skills.
      • Communication and Collaboration
    • Investigate keyboarding skills and ergonomics
    1. Log in to your computer, Canvas, go to your ICT I class.
    2. Complete the Working with Others Handout as you read the Working with Others Information.
    3. Write the first 10  Keyboarding Vocabulary Terms
    4. Complete the handout about Keyboarding while reading the Information about Keyboarding.

    Homework: Get Personality Description Signed, Complete Working with Others Handout, and Write the first 10 keyboarding terms.

     

    August 27/28:

     

    Objectives/Goals: 

    • Demonstrate responsible use of technology.
    • Discuss strategies people can use to work effectively with one another regardless of their differences.
    • Interact with teachers, peers, and course material using a learning management system. 
      • Discover online learning environments and how they operate among teachers and students.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of learning and innovation skills.
      • Communication and Collaboration
    • Investigate keyboarding skills and ergonomics
    1. Log in to your computer, Canvas, go to your ICT I class.  
    2. Open a new tab and log in to your Active Student Account using your username with the 2 zeros at the beginning and the usual password.
    3. Write the first 15  Keyboarding Vocabulary Terms
    4. Review Working with Others and take the Open Notes Quiz.
    5. Complete the handout about Keyboarding while reading the Information about Keyboarding.

    August 29/30:

    Objective: Practice keyboarding skills and technique.

     Picture Day in Homeroom!

    1. Login to your computer and connect to the teacher correctly.
    2. Login to Canvas
    3. Review Keyboarding Technique Information and vocabulary terms
    4. Practice Keyboarding Technique using Keyboarding Online for a grade.
    5. Play Quizizz Keyboarding Review Game

    Homework: Study for keyboarding test on August 29/30!

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