What Did You Learn?

Fill in this document for the first marking period. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kDf0IaEro3R5gzjjTewoX8tb6SQOmfisKr9LuU28zdg/edit?usp=sharing RENAME THE FILE & SAVE TO YOUR DOCUMENTS CLAIMS: What did you learn? What skills/knowledge did you use? What skills/knowledge did you improve? Numbered list. The words typed in are just samples. Delete what’s there and start your own list. EVIDENCE: List what you did in the projects you worked

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PSA Cell Phone Use

Each team will produce a short Public Service Announcement, 30-45 seconds. Students need to know about the district’s cell phone policy. Here are a few tips for students from Dean Amador: Cell Phone Policy: In  a nutshell, off and away, unless directed by a teacher. You can’t multitask as well as you think you can. Studies have shown even highly

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Person on the Street Interviews

Each team will create a Person-on-the-Street Video (Students-on-Campus). Select a topic that is of interest to teens. Clear the topic with Mr. Machtay. STEP 1: THE QUESTIONS Your team must come up with 3 questions that you will ask your interview subjects. These must NOT be Yes-No questions. The questions should be prompts to get your interview subjects to talk/explain/tell stories. The

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PSA Contest

Contest Categories:  Elementary (4th/5th), Middle School, High School, LGBTQ What if our student’s generation was the first to be tobacco-free?  How can smoke-free policies help improve the health of our entire community?  How can limiting smoking, vaping and tobacco use improve the lives of your students, family and community? Suggested topics may include but are not limited to: Cigarettes, E-cigarettes,

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Fire Prevention Logo

SFFD needs a Logo they can use on Social Media. Work on a file 800px x 800px @72ppi. You can make it full color. You can combine a simple image with the words (but remember, this will appear on people’s phones in a small size, so nothing too messy or complicated). In a case like this you ABSOLUTELY CANNOT USE

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color.html

Open the file “color.html” from your web1 folder using Adobe Dreamweaver CS6. Look at the Display version and the Edit version. Each of the table cells on the page has black lettering on a white background. But each of the table cells has instructions for new colors that need to be applied. You will only use Browser-Safe Colors on this

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Design with Type

Save each logo as a JPG Place them in folder named 5lastnameschools. ASSIGNMENT BELOW: You have four different clients that need “Brand Identity” for their schools. Each wants to have a logo that reflects who they are. Remember, your design will have to work blown up very large on the front of the school building. It will also have to

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