Outcome Chart - Manitoba - Web Design 35S

Common Outcomes

Students will…

  • 3. Assess textual, numerical, aural, and visual information, as well as the source of the media, to determine context, perspective, bias, and/or motive. (G-3.2)
  • 4. Self-assess ICT representations and go beyond established criteria by enhancing meaning and/or artistry, according to topic, audience, purpose, and occasion. (Pr-3.2)
  • 7. Identify possible health issues associated with using ICT. (Examples: ergonomic factors, inactivity, carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive stress injury, eye strain, addictive/obsessive behaviour…) (E-1.4)
  • 8. Apply school division’s acceptable-use policy for ICT. (E-2.1)
  • 9. Apply safety guidelines when communicating electronically. (Examples: email, web pages, threaded discussions, videoconferences, chats, instant messages, camera phones, wikis, blogs, podcasts, online whiteboards…) (E-2.2)
  • 10. Explain consequences of unethical behaviour. (Examples: cyberbullying, promotion of prejudice and hatred, copyright violations, plagiarism, willful destruction/manipulation of data, hacking, propagation of viruses, spamming, software piracy, consumer fraud, identity theft…) (E-2.3)
  • 11. Apply guidelines for ethical and responsible use of ICT. (Examples: respect others’ privacy, protect personal information, follow security procedures, respect intellectual property and credit sources, use licensed software, discourage cyberbullying, collect data ethically, analyze information ethically…) (E-2.4)
  • 12. Evaluate effects of personal ICT behaviour on others. (E-3.1)
  • 13. Weigh personal benefits and risks of using ICT. (E-3.2)
  • 14. Analyze various ICT skills and competencies required in personal career choices. (S-2.2)
  • 15. Analyze advantages and disadvantages of ICT use in society. (Examples: lack of access, consequences of unethical use, ease of manipulating data, ease of communicating information, addictive/obsessive behaviour…) (S-2.3)
  • 16. Weigh society’s right to information access against right to individual privacy. (S-3.1)
  • 17. Weigh benefits versus risks to society of creating new ICTs. (Example: outsourcing jobs…) (S-3.2)

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Specific Learning Outcomes

  • 1. Design a website for a defined audience and purpose.
  • 2. Explain the need for standards and conventions when creating websites.
  • 3. Develop a prototype visual design for a website, using current design principles. (Include: page layout, links, colours, and content requirements.)
  • 4. Design a navigation plan for a website.
  • 5. Set up a directory and file management system for storing, sharing, and publishing documents.
  • 6. Create a website that includes:
    • Multiple pages
    • Formatting
    • Content objects (Examples: images, sounds, video, animation…)
    • Navigation (Examples: anchors, hyperlinks, email addresses, files…)
  • 7. Publish a website. (Examples: Internet, Intranet, CD…)
  • 8. Critique and suggest improvements for a website, using given criteria.
  • 9. Accept a critique of a website and make changes based on the feedback.

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