This course in Michigan History will focus on the influential events, people, and resources that have shaped the state of
1 credit 2 terms Grades: 10, 11, 12
Career Pathways: 1, 2, 3 Prerequisite: Intro to Comp
This course will be divided into two distinct sections. In Term A students will learn graphic design elements and how to create and print electronic publications. Students will learn how to create web pages and web sites using Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML). Students will complete learning assignments and complete projects to be posted on the web. Students will also use a HTML editor. In addition, students will learn how to manipulate photographs and pictures using an image editor. In Term B students will learn to add interactivity and motion to web pages using a multimedia authoring program and then capture images and video using scanners, digital cameras, and DV camcorders. Students will edit images and video using a non-linear editing program.
Course Objective: Students will improve reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills while learning to identify and comprehend literary genres and elements. Nurturing a genuine interest in literature and personal expression will enable the student to view the English language as an instrument of communication and reflection. Students are expected to achieve a level of competency in areas of study enabling movement to the next course level, as well as, an understanding of the role and importance of these skills in society.
- Teacher: Sarah Knuth