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Introduction to Web Design Using Microsoft Expression Studio: Semester Curriculum

Author: 
Baxter, Tanya ; Woodfill, Rita ; Burkhart, Dave ; Clarke, Elizabeth; Boone, Susan ; Jacobus, Dave ; Phillips, Pat
Issue Date: 
Monday, March 7, 2011
Description: 
A complete standards-based, 8-module, one-semester course on Web Design. This teacher-created and student-tested curriculum is an extensive collection of creative teaching and learning materials that thoroughly spans Web Design knowledge and skills and promotes meaningful, real-world learning experiences. The 8 modules can be used together or independently in a variety of sequences. Topics include History & Future of Web, HTML Basics, Web Communication, Images, Beyond the Basics with Expression, the Design Process, the Production Process, and Web Publishing.
Keywords: 
web design, tutorial, Expression Web, semester, curriculum, lesson plans, communication, images, web publishing
Education Levels: 
Middle School
High School
Intended Audience: 
Learner
Type: 
Assessment Material : Rubric, Answer Key, Portfolio, Test
Publisher: 
Microsoft
URL: 
http://expression.microsoft.com/en-us/dd252934.aspx
CSTA Classification: 

CC.L3A

Resources for a CS course at Level 3A (grades 9-10)

CD.L1:6-02

Understand the pervasiveness of computers and computing in daily life (e.g., voice mail, downloading videos and audio files, microwave ovens, thermostats, wireless Internet, mobile computing devices, GPS systems).

CPP.L1:6-09

Identify a wide range of jobs that require knowledge or use of computing.

CPP.L2-07

Identify interdisciplinary careers that are enhanced by computer science.

CPP.L3A-01

Create and organize web pages through the use of a variety of web programming design tools.

CPP.L2-02

Use a variety of multimedia tools and peripherals to support personal productivity and learning throughout the curriculum.

CPP.L3A-04

Apply analysis, design, and implementation techniques to solve problems (e.g., use one or more software lifecycle models).

CL.L3A-03

Describe how computing enhances traditional forms and enables new forms of experience, expression, communication, and collaboration.

CC.L3C-04

Multimedia

CC.L3C-05

Graphics