Weekly Schedule Topic/Activities/Assignments Resources/reading for next session

Sat, Feb. 26
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA
.
Room 415&462b

Welcome to the first day of class

  1. Meeting 9:00-12:00pm Downtown Richmond
  2. Welcome
  3. Introductions
  4. Review the overview page on the site
  5. Review the course schedule
  6. Pass out handouts/ reading material
  7. Begin chapter 7.1 and 1.1 from Schaum's book
  8. Start self paced online HTML Session(overview & intro)

Review web site and read the first chapter of Schaum's book sections:

  • 1.1 Computer Structures
  • 1.2 Bus structure
  • 1.3 Basic Operation of the Computer
  • 1.8 Representing Numbers in a computer

Be prepared for a quiz on chapter and site information.

Sat, March 5
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA
.
Room 415&462b

  • Go over reading assignment
  • Quiz bowl students on reading assignment and web-site intro (cover Schaum's 7.1, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.8).
  • Saving a web page using note page.
  • Overview/discussion of a web application
  • Intro to html Syntax, Structure, TAGS, Elements, Attributes
  • writing your first web page
  • Begin to Layout and Design a team portfolio web page Use Chapter 2 fro Schaum's book

Continue to read and review the first chapter of Schaum's book sections:

  • 1.1 Computer Structures
  • 1.2 Bus structure
  • 1.3 Basic Opera ton of the Computer
  • 1.8 Representing Numbers in a computer
  • and chapter 2

Review/try using tags on w3Schools.
Complete Homework Assignment

Continue HTML Online, review topics on tables, links using anchor elements, and images.

Sat, March 12
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA
.
Room 415

  • Go over reading assignment Chapter 2
  • quiz bowl students on reading assignment (cover Schaum's 7.1, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.8 & chap. 2). and web-site intro.
  • Review Overview/discussion of a web application
  • Review html Syntax, Structure, TAGS, Elements, Attributes
  • Using Html table, anchor, and image elements
  • Complete all quizzes on the site
  • Assignment
  • Overview of Interface Content Modeling1 & 2
  • Review Wireframing
  • Layout & design a team Portfolio using using design techniques and HTML Elements
  • Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

  • Read Chapter 2, & sections 8.1 ,8.2, 8.3 from Schaum's on Introduction to Object Oriented Programming &Advantages of Object-oriented Programming
  • Review/try using tags on w3Schools.
  • Review wireframes and Interface Content Modeling
  • Complete all test and quiz from web site
  • Start reviewing CSS from Site.

Sat, March 19
CLASS CANCELED

  • Go over reading assignment
  • quiz bowl students on reading assignment and web-site intro Chapter 1 and 2, and sections 8.1, 8.2, and 8.3.
  • Overview/discussion of a web application
  • Review html cements, answer questions
  • Complete the project from html section, May use css.
  • Learning CSS (introduction, syntax and examples)
  • Updating web page using CSS

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Complete CSS Section on Site

Begin to review Javascript section on the site.

Sat, March 26
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA
.
Room 415&462b

  • Go over reading assignment
  • quiz bowl students on reading assignment and web-site intro
  • Continue portfolio using classes and CSS
  • Intro to Javascript, syntax where to place
  • Using functions and html events handlers
  • Review JavaScript basics,
  • Begin Design & layout individual portfolio

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Read Chapter 3, & from Schaum's book on coding & I/O

Sat, april 2
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA
.
Room 415&462b

  • Go over reading assignment
  • quiz bowl students on reading assignment and web-site intro
  • Review JavaScript intro, syntax where to place
  • Review Using HTML events
  • Creating popup windows
  • Project

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Read Chapters 3 & 4, & from Schaum's book on coding,I/0 & Functions & Subroutines

Sat, april 9
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA
.
Room 415&462b

  • Go over reading assignment sections 8.1 ,8.2, 8.3 3.1-3.3 & 1.8
  • Zandra Rawlings Presentation Skills/Public Speaking
  • Review JavaScript intro, syntax where to place
  • Using HTML events to trigger JavaScript functions
  • Creating popup windows object using events & functions
  • Project

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Read Chapters 3 & 4, & from Schaum's book on coding,I/0 & Functions & Subroutines (quiz on 16th)

Sat, april 16
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA
.

  • Go over reading assignment
  • quiz bowl students on reading assignment and web-site intro
  • Review JavaScript intro, syntax where to place
  • Begin JavaScript intro functions & Subroutines & HTML events
  • Begin Controls & conditionals
  • Project

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Sat, april 23
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA
.

  • Go over reading assignment
  • quiz bowl students on reading assignment and web-site intro
  • Review JavaScript intro functions & Subroutines & HTML events
  • Basic Programming Constructs, creating variables, If then statement, control loops,
  • Creating popup windows
  • Project

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Sat, april 30
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA
.

  • Go over reading assignment
  • quiz bowl students on reading assignment and web-site intro
  • Basic Programming Constructs, creating variables, If then statement, control loops,
  • HTML forms, HTML form validation
  • Creating popup windows
  • Project

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Sat, May 7
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA

This class instruction will include:

  1. Learning ASP, ASP file can contain text, HTML tags and scripts. Scripts in an ASP file are executed on the server
  2. Create an ADO connection to a database
  3. Open the database connection
  4. Create an ADO recordset
  5. Open the recordset
  6. Extract the data you need from the recordset
  7. Close the recordset
  8. Close the connection

Class instruction is ADO & ASP. The lesson will be based on connecting to the database, define recordsets, using ADO & HTML in ASP, Introduction to selecting records & writing to document.

In class project to connect to db and retrieve table data and display to the document file.

Review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Go out to w3schools, go over sql. start here

 

Sat, May 14
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA

Schedule makeup date for class.

  • 20 minute quiz on vocabulary and history handout
  • Review ADO, ASP, SQL
  • Retrieving data using SQL
    1. SELECT - extracts data from a database table
    2. UPDATE - updates data in a database table
    3. DELETE - deletes data from a database table
    4. INSERT INTO - inserts new data into a database table
  • Instruction on mapping data and pictures from database
  • Work on a project in the classroom

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Sat, May 21
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA

  • 20 minute quiz on vocabulary and history handout
  • Review ADO, ASP, SQL
  • Retrieving data us gin SQL
    1. SELECT - extracts data from a database table
    2. UPDATE - updates data in a database table
    3. DELETE - deletes data from a database table
    4. INSERT INTO - inserts new data into a database table
  • Instruction on mapping data and pictures to and from database
  • over view of putting it all together from beginning to end
  • Work on a project in the classroom

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Review SQL statements

Review putting an application together from beginning to end.

Sat, May 28
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA

  • 30 minute quiz on vocabulary, history handout and comprehensive instruction
  • Using CSS to style sheet table text
  • Begin developing sample programs
  • Moving data to text areas
  • Moving images to image area
  • Prompt users for database query
  • How to approach a project ( Identify the needs and deliverable, design screen layout,

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Review problem, be ready to discuss an approach to solving the problem. use diagram, models, or other.

Sat, May 24
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA

  • 30 minute test
  • Address all concerns with the selected competition team
  • Work on a project strategy
  • 2..5 to 3 hr. competition, Team must deliver a working site, and Present site ( The alternate will lead a second team of top contenders)

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Review problem, be ready to discuss an approach to solving the problem. use diagram, models, or other.

Sat, May 31
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA

  • 20 minute test
  • 3 hr. competition (Team must deliver a working site, and Present site)
  • Address area of concern with review consisting of the team the alternate will lead a second team

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Sat, Aug. 6
at
J. Sargent
Reynolds downtown
campus, Richmond VA

  • Zandra Rawlings Presentation Skills/Public Speaking
  • 3 hr. competition (Team must deliver a working site, and Present site)
  • Address area of concern with review consisting of the team the alternate will lead a second team

Continue to review competition vocabulary and history from handout for next class. A test will be given on vocabulary and the history.

Good luck at the national competition!!!
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