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LHS Digital Media

Course Enrollment & Evaluation Surveys

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Digital Media 1

Projects

  1. Digital Media Arts Festival Entry
  2. Cartoon Animation
  3. Individual Script
    • Use Celtx
    • Print & Show Mr. Scholer
  4. PSA or Commercial
  5. Music Video or Short Film
    • Requirements: Music Video / Short Film
    • Due Date: See * Above
    • Name: #MV_Lastnames or Name: #Short_Lastnames
  6. Interactive Technologies
  7. HTML Page
  8. Portfolio
    • Requirements:
      • Pages:
        • Home page
        • About page (talk about yourself, goals, skills)
        • Resume/CV (experience, classes, compeitions/awards, programs leanred)
        • Portfolio (best work from all areas - graphics, audio, video, animation)
      • Use Weebly to create
      • Screencast
    • Due Date: End of Term
    • Approve with Mr. Scholer

Tests & Quizzes

  1. UTIPS Tests ( enrollment code - they11 )
    • Video
    • Animation
    • Tech Web Team
    • Design Models
    • Course Review
    • Screenshot Scores & Name: #Test_Lastname
  2. Certiport Tests
  3. State Test

 

Video Production 2

Projects

  1. Finish Math Videos (need to turn into the District soon)
    • Name: 3Math_Lastname

Tests & Quizzes

  1. UTIPS Tests ( enrollment code - paid86 )
    • Audio
    • Connectors
    • Camera Equipment
    • Camera Shots
    • Lighting
    • Pre-Production_Crew
    • Post Production
    • Screenshot Scores & Name: 3Test_Lastname

     

Exploring CS

  1. Binary Worksheet
  2. Linear & Binary Search
    • Journal: Define linear and binary search. What does a binary search require to work?
  3. Scratch: Summer (broadcasts)
    • Requirements:
      • 3 scenes/backdrops
      • Use broadcasts to switch backdrops
      • Sprite says something about what you did over the summer in each scene
    • Screencast Tutorial
    • Name: 4Summer_Lastname
  4. Scratch: How It Should Have Ended
    • Requirements:
      • 3+ Scenes
      • Use Broadcasts for Scene Changes
      • 3+ Different Sprites
      • 8+ Think/Say Boxes (Take Turns Speaking)
      • Animation of Characters
      • Title with Your Name On It
      • Story Starts when Green Flag Clicked & Plays Through
      • Sound Effects and/or Music and/or Voices
    • Screencast Tutorial
    • Name: 4Movie_Lastname
  5. Variable Game
    • Requirements:
      • Click on objects
      • Variable that keeps track of points
      • Objects randomly change positions when clicked
    • Code Example
    • Screencast Tutorial
    • Name: 4Variables_Lastname
  6. Age (Conditionals - "if")
    • Requirments
      • Age variable slider
      • As age increases sprites says more things can do
    • Screencast Tutorial
    • Name: 4Age_Lastname
  7. Grades ("and/or")
    • Requirements:
      • Grade variable slider
      • Grade A,B,C,D,F shows depending on percentage on slider
      • If B or D grade show, then it also says "You qualify for tutoring!"
    • Screencast Tutorial
    • Name: 4Grades_Lastname
  8. Dice (randomness)
    • Requirements:
      • Create 2 sprites of dice with 6 costumes each (1-6 dots)
      • Create variable for each
      • When green flag clicked, both dice randomly pick a costume
    • Screencast Tutorial
    • Name: 4Dice_Lastname
  9. Timer ("if/else")
    • Requirements:
      • When green flag clicked counts down from 10 to 0
      • When zero reached the sprites says "Times Up!"
    • Screencast Tutorial
    • Name: 4Timer_Lastname
  10. Scratch Final Project
  11. Road Trip Final Project
    • Scenario:
      • Assume that for one day you need to carpool with the other members of the group in order to get to all of the locations you each identified. Determine the shortest route in terms of miles and then determine the shortest route in terms of time. Are these the same? Why or why not? What other conditions might you want to consider? (Your data may give you some ideas.)
      • You will need to use a map in order to calculate the distances. Your presentation can be given as a poster, a PowerPoint, a video or other pre-­‐approved product.
      • Your presentation should include:
        1. The names of people in your group
        2. A picture (graph) representing all the locations with all roads between them labeled with mileages and times
        3. A detailed plan of your solution
        4. A written explanation of the strategies you used to find the shortest route • The solution on the graph and the total number of miles
        5. A written explanation of the strategies you used to find the least amount of time • The solution on the graph and the total time
        6. Why the shortest routes are the same or why not
        7. Other conditions you might want to consider and what data gave you the idea
    • Rubric:
      • Overall plan to solve the problem (explanation of strategies) - 10
      • Data Journal for each group member - 20
      • Graph labeled with locations and mileage - 10
      • Graph labeled with times - 5
      • Solution labeled on graph - 15
      • Total mileage and total time - 10
      • Other conditions to consider - 10
      • All group members participate - 5
      • Present all parts of project - 10
      • Answer questions - 5
    • Name: 4RoadTrip_Lastname
  12. Portfolio
    • Name: 4Portfolio_Lastname

Tests & Quizzes

  1. UTIPS Tests ( enrollment code - serve27 )
    • Human Computer Interaction
    • Problem Solving
    • Computing
    • ECS Pretest & Post Test
    • Screenshot Scores & Name: 4Test_Lastname

     

Web Development

Projects

  1. CodeAcademy.com - HTML & CSS
    • Show Mr. Scholer Finished Lesson
  2. Responsive Design (Media Queries) Practice
    • Name: 5ResponsivePractice_Lastname
  3. 3 Stylesheets
    • CSS Zen Garden (examples)
    • Name: 5Stylesheets_Lastname (zipped folder)
  4. Responsive Site
  5. Final Project (500 points)

Tests & Quizzes

  1. UTIPS Tests ( enrollment code - taste93 )
    • HTML
    • CSS
    • Internet History
    • WSU - Web Design 1
    • WSU - Web Design 2
    • Course Review
    • Screenshot Scores & Name: 5Test_Lastname
  2. Certiport Tests
  3. State Test

 

Digital Media 2

Projects

  1. Digital Media Arts Festival Entry
  2. eHealthApp Commercial
    • Finish ASAP!
    • Name: 6eHealth_Lastname
  3. All Repair Auto Care
  4. True Blue Film Festival (April 26th, 2017 - 5:30-7:30 PM)
    • Projects:
      • Sponsor
        • Get a gift card or prize from business
        • More than 1 is extra credit
      • Video Entry
        • Due Date: April 21st
        • Name: 6TBFF_Lastname
      • Advertising Flyer
        • Festival name (10th Annual LHS "True Blue Film Fest")
        • Date & Time (see above)
        • Place: LHS Auditorium
        • Admission: Free
        • To Enter a Video see Mr. Scholer in Room 281
        • Graphics
        • Website: TrueBlueFilmFest.com
        • Name: 6Flyer_Lastname
      • Festival Program
        • Size: 11 x 8.5 inches (300 resolution)
        • Page 1: Right Half - Front Cover, Left Half - Sponsors
        • Page 2: Categories w/ All Entries (5 Second Comedy, Animation, PSA, Music Video, Commercial, Documentary, Short Film)
        • Graphics
        • Examples
        • Name: 6Program_Lastname
      • Running the Event
        • MC, Hand out Programs, Setup, Take Down, Count Votes, etc.
  5. Portfolio:
    • Wordpress.com
    • Best Work
    • Requirements:
      • Pages:
        • Home page
        • About page (talk about yourself, goals, skills)
        • Resume/CV (experience, classes, compeitions/awards, programs leanred)
        • Portfolio (best work from all areas - graphics, audio, video, animation)
    • Screencast Tutorial

Tests & Quizzes

  1. UTIPS Tests ( enrollment code - brown33 )
    • Course Review #1
    • Course Review #2
    • Web
    • 3D
    • Screenshot Scores & Name: 6Test_Lastname
  2. Certiport Tests
  3. State Test

 

LancerTV

Projects

  1. True Flue Film Festival (April 26th, 2017 - 5:30-7:30 PM)
    • Video Entry
      • Due Date: April 21st
      • Name: 7TBFF_Lastname
  2. eHealthApp Commercial
    • Finish ASAP!
    • Name: 6eHealth_Lastname
  3. All Repair Auto Care
  4. Weekly Broadcasts

Tests & Quizzes

  1. UTIPS Tests ( enrollment code - storm12 )
    • Pre-Production - Crew
    • Crew Members
    • Camera Equipment
    • Connectors
    • Camera Shots
    • Post Production
    • Audio
    • Lighting
    • Course Review
    • Screenshot Scores & Name: 7Test_Lastname
  2. Certiport Tests
  3. State Test

 


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"If you are not prepared to be wrong
you'll never come up with anything original."
(Sir Ken Robinson)

Digital Media Topics:


Digital Media 1 & 2 TV & Video
    • Graphics (2D & 3D)
    • Audio
    • Video & Special Effects
    • Animation (2D & 3D)
    • Web Design
    • DVD Authoring
    • Interactives
    • Pre-Production
    • Production
    • Post Production
    • Camera Equipment
    • Shot Composition
    • A/V Connectors
    • Copyright
    • Audio
    • Lighting