TODAY<br />Finish presentations<br />Module 2 wrap-up<br />Module 3 introduction<br />Briefly touching on the readings<br />Homework<br />
Module 2 Wrap-up<br />Now that we’ve finished with module 2, I’d like you to briefly reflect on the experience. Please email me a memo (right now, we’ll do these in class) telling me what you did, what your partner did, how well you feel you worked together, and what grades you would give both yourself and your partner.<br />My email, if you’ve forgotten, is firstname.lastname@example.org. <br />
Module 3<br />Let’s talk about module 3.<br />We’re going to look at bad websites in order to figure out how to avoid some of their mistakes. We’ll start by going over the actual assignment sheet. I’ll open it on-screen. It’s on the site webpage, under modules, if you want to follow along. <br />
Module 3<br />Now when I say recreate here, I would like for you to start doing some basic coding, but if you can’t get what you want done via code, you can, for module 3, use a program like photoshop to mock up the site.<br />We will talk more about coding and mocking up next class. If the snow doesn’t ground us, anyway. <br />
Module 3<br />Any questions about module 3? <br />
Remember<br />Module 1 is due Feb 10th. We will talk more about the making a web page part of this next class.<br />How is module 1 going? Any questions or concerns? <br />
HOMEWORK<br />For Thursday, read : Read for class: Chapter 2 of DWS (p. 33-57)<br />We will touch on the readings and talk about coding your module 1 projects (and with that module 3). Twitter exit question for today: off the top of your head, what’s the worst website you can think of? <br />
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