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May 15 – X Day

Computer 7

You will:

Start up

  • Do Not Login
  • Know where and how to post your web page.
  • Know the Cue robot’s motors, lights, microphones, and speakers.
  • Be able to use sequences to program Cue’s movements, lights, and sounds.
  • Be able to use block-based and JavaScript languages to program Cue.

Computer 8 – CS Discoveries

You will:

  • Know the Cue robot’s motors, lights, microphones, and speakers.
  • Be able to use sequences to program Cue’s movements, lights, and sounds.
  • Be able to use block-based and JavaScript languages to program Cue.

Business 8

You will:

  • Know what a marketing campaign is.
  • Understand the final project.
  • Be able to develop a marketing campaign.
  • Be able to finish your personal logo.

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May 14 – Y Day

Computer 7

You will:

  • Start up
    • Login
    • Launch Edutyping
    • Work on your next lesson.
  • Be able to complete a final timed writing.
  • Know where and how to post your web page.
  • Know the Cue robot’s motors, lights, microphones, and speakers.
  • Be able to use sequences to program Cue’s movements, lights, and sounds.
  • Be able to use block-based and JavaScript languages to program Cue.

Computer 8 – CS Discoveries

You will:

  • Know the Cue robot’s motors, lights, microphones, and speakers.
  • Be able to use sequences to program Cue’s movements, lights, and sounds.
  • Be able to use block-based and JavaScript languages to program Cue.

Business 8

You will:

  • Know was a business slogan.
  • Understand the role a slogan plays in helping to market a product or business.
  • Be able to identify various slogans using Kahoot.
  • Be able to finish your personal logo.

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May 10 – Y Day

Computer 7

You will:

  • Start up
    • Login
    • Launch Edutyping
    • Work on your next lesson.
  • Know/identify various properties they can edit using CSS stylesheets
  • Be able to use CSS properties to change the size, position, and borders of elements.
  • Be able to create a CSS rule-set for the body element that impacts all elements on the page.

Computer 8 – CS Discoveries

You will:

  • Be Able To work on your final game in the Game Lab App – lesson 21
    • What sprites do you plan to use
      • Where will they start on your game screen?
      • Will the sprites have variables that will change size, movement, etc.?
    • What background will you create
    • What is the goal of your game?
      • How will players accomplish that goal?
        • Will points be earned?
        • Will lives be earned or lost?
        • Will they have enemies to avoid?
        • How will their move their character around on the screen?
    • How will your players know what to do?
      • Will there be a text message on the first screen?
    • Does your game have a name?
      • How will the players know what the name of the game is?

Business 8

You will:

  • Understand decisions about education, career and money can impact your future.
  • Be able to complete JA Financial Park online activity.

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May 9 – X Day

Computer 7

You will:

  • Start up
    • Login
    • Launch Edutyping
    • Work on your next lesson.
  • Know/identify various properties they can edit using CSS stylesheets
  • Be able to use CSS properties to change the size, position, and borders of elements.
  • Be able to create a CSS rule-set for the body element that impacts all elements on the page.

Computer 8 – CS Discoveries

You will:

  • Warm up
    • Check your grades!
  • Complete no matter what:
    • Lesson 15, Tab 13
    • Lesson 17, Tab 13
    • Lesson 18, Tab 16
    • Lesson 19, Tab 11
  • Begin structuring your final game in the Game Lab App – lesson 21
    • What sprites do you plan to use
      • Where will they start on your game screen?
      • Will the sprites have variables that will change size, movement, etc.?
    • What background will you create
    • What is the goal of your game?
      • How will players accomplish that goal?
        • Will points be earned?
        • Will lives be earned or lost?
        • Will they have enemies to avoid?
        • How will their move their character around on the screen?
    • How will your players know what to do?
      • Will there be a text message on the first screen?
    • Does your game have a name?
      • How will the players know what the name of the game is?

Business 8

You will:

  • Understand the purpose of a logo.
  • Know how logos impact the advertising realm.
  • Be able to create your own personal logo.

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May 7 – X Day

Computer 7

You will:

  • Start up
    • Login
    • Launch Edutyping
    • Work on your next lesson.
  • Know/identify various properties they can edit using CSS stylesheets
  • Be able to use CSS properties to change the size, position, and borders of elements.
  • Be able to create a CSS rule-set for the body element that impacts all elements on the page.

Computer 8 – CS Discoveries

You will:

  • Warm up
    • Check your grades!
  • Complete no matter what:
    • Lesson 15, Tab 13
    • Lesson 17, Tab 13
    • Lesson 18, Tab 16
    • Lesson 19, Tab 11
  • Begin structuring your final game in the Game Lab App – lesson 21
    • What sprites do you plan to use
      • Where will they start on your game screen?
      • Will the sprites have variables that will change size, movement, etc.?
    • What background will you create
    • What is the goal of your game?
      • How will players accomplish that goal?
        • Will points be earned?
        • Will lives be earned or lost?
        • Will they have enemies to avoid?
        • How will their move their character around on the screen?
    • How will your players know what to do?
      • Will there be a text message on the first screen?
    • Does your game have a name?
      • How will the players know what the name of the game is?

Business 8

You will:

  • Be able to complete missing
  • Be able to help with Schoo Store materials.

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May 3 – Y Day

Computer 7

You will:

  • Start up
    • Login
    • Launch Edutyping
    • Work on your next lesson.
  • Know the differences between HTML and CSS in both use and syntax.
  • Understand how to use CSS selectors to style HTML text elements.
  • Be able to create and link to an external style sheet.

Computer 8 – CS Discoveries

You will:

  • Warm up
    • Check your grades!
  • Complete no matter what:
    • Lesson 15, Tab 13
    • Lesson 17, Tab 13
    • Lesson 18, Tab 16
    • Lesson 19, Tab 11
  • Begin structuring your final game in the Game Lab App – lesson 21
    • What sprites do you plan to use
      • Where will they start on your game screen?
      • Will the sprites have variables that will change size, movement, etc.?
    • What background will you create
    • What is the goal of your game?
      • How will players accomplish that goal?
        • Will points be earned?
        • Will lives be earned or lost?
        • Will they have enemies to avoid?
        • How will their move their character around on the screen?
    • How will your players know what to do?
      • Will there be a text message on the first screen?
    • Does your game have a name?
      • How will the players know what the name of the game is?

Business 8

You will:

  • Know vocabulary for paychecks.
  • Understand what deductions are and how to locate them on your paycheck.
  • Be able to figure payroll deductions to figure Net Pay.

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May 2 – X Day

Computer 7

You will:

  • Start up
    • Login
    • Launch Edutyping
    • Work on your next lesson.
  • Know the differences between HTML and CSS in both use and syntax.
  • Understand how to use CSS selectors to style HTML text elements.
  • Be able to create and link to an external style sheet.

Computer 8 – CS Discoveries

You will:

  • Warm up
    • Check your grades!
  • Complete no matter what:
    • Lesson 15, Tab 13
    • Lesson 17, Tab 13
    • Lesson 18, Tab 16
    • Lesson 19, Tab 11
  • Begin structuring your final game in the Game Lab App – lesson 21
    • What sprites do you plan to use
      • Where will they start on your game screen?
      • Will the sprites have variables that will change size, movement, etc.?
    • What background will you create
    • What is the goal of your game?
      • How will players accomplish that goal?
        • Will points be earned?
        • Will lives be earned or lost?
        • Will they have enemies to avoid?
        • How will their move their character around on the screen?
    • How will your players know what to do?
      • Will there be a text message on the first screen?
    • Does your game have a name?
      • How will the players know what the name of the game is?

Business 8

You will:

  • Be able to complete a check and check register while playing monopoly.

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May 1 – X Day

Computer 7

You will:

  • Start up
    • Login
    • Launch Edutyping
    • Work on your next lesson.
  • Know the differences between HTML and CSS in both use and syntax.
  • Understand how to use CSS selectors to style HTML text elements.
  • Be able to create and link to an external style sheet.

Computer 8 – CS Discoveries

You will:

  • Warm up
    • Respond to a Bloxel reflection question in Google Classroom.
  • Complete no matter what:
    • Lesson 15, Tab 13
    • Lesson 17, Tab 13
    • Lesson 18, Tab 16
    • Lesson 19, Tab 11
  • Begin structuring your final game in the Game Lab App – lesson 21
    • What sprites do you plan to use
      • Where will they start on your game screen?
      • Will the sprites have variables that will change size, movement, etc.?
    • What background will you create
    • What is the goal of your game?
      • How will players accomplish that goal?
        • Will points be earned?
        • Will lives be earned or lost?
        • Will they have enemies to avoid?
        • How will their move their character around on the screen?
    • How will your players know what to do?
      • Will there be a text message on the first screen?
    • Does your game have a name?
      • How will the players know what the name of the game is?

Business 8

You will:

  • Be able to complete a check and check register while playing monopoly.

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April 30 – Y Day

Computer 7

You will:

  • Start up
    • Get your teams iPad
    • Access Bloxel
    • Open your game
  • Be able to complete your Bloxel Game and ready for showcase today.

Computer 8 – CS Discoveries

You will:

  • Warm up
  • Understand the end of the year options for the class.
  • Be able to make a decision about what project you would like to work on for the end of the year.
    • Final Game in the Game Lab.
    • Program the Circuit Playground in Unit 6 – Code.org
    • Cue robot work.
  • Must complete no matter what:
    • Lesson 15, Tab 13
    • Lesson 17, Tab 13
    • Lesson 18, Tab 16
    • Lesson 19, Tab 11

Business 8

You will:

  • Draw a number to determine your Monopoly Table
  • Be able to complete a check and check register while playing monopoly.

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April 20 – Y Day

Computer 7

You will:

  • Start up
    • Get your teams iPad
    • Access Bloxel
    • Open your game
  • Be able to complete your Bloxel Game and ready for showcase next week.
  • Things to think about:
    • 4 different scenes or more
    • Change your character from the skeleton
    • Decorating your scene – terrain, breakable block, hazards, etc.
    • Place a PowerUp on each scene
    • Place an enemy on each scene
    • Can your character travel from scene to scene
    • How challenging is your game?  No challenge, people won’t play long.  Too challenging, people will quit playing.
    • Do you have obstacles?
    • What about creating your own background?

Computer 8 – CS Discoveries

You will:

  • Warm up
    • Get your teams iPad
    • Access Bloxel
    • Open you Bloxel Game
  • Be able to provide your classmates with feedback on their Bloxel game.

Business 8

You will:

  • Finish missing work
    • Federal Reserve Tour – Google Classroom
    • Limited Resources – Google Classroom
  • Complete Check and Paycheck worksheets
  • Visit:

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