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South Carolina Fundamentals of Web Page Design and Development (outdated) Framework


Standard Description
A.1 Review school safety policies and procedures. Lessons
A.2 Review classroom safety rules and procedures. Lessons
A.3 Review safety procedures for using equipment in the classroom. Lessons
A.4 Identify major causes of work-related accidents in office environments. Lessons
A.5 Demonstrate safety skills in an office/work environment. Lessons
B.1 Identify the purpose and goals of a Career and Technology Student Organization (CTSO). Lessons
B.2 Explain how CTSOs are integral parts of specific clusters, majors, and/or courses. Lessons
B.3 Explain the benefits and responsibilities of being a member of a CTSO. Lessons
B.4 List leadership opportunities that are available to students through participation in CTSO conferences, competitions, community service, philanthropy, and other activities. Lessons
B.5 Explain how participation in CTSOs can promote lifelong benefits in other professional and civic organizations. Lessons
C.1 Demonstrate proficiency and skills associated with the use of technologies that are common to a specific occupation. Lessons
C.2 Identify proper netiquette when using e-mail, social media, and other technologies for communication purposes. Lessons
C.3 Identify potential abuse and unethical uses of laptops, tablets, computers, and/or networks. Lessons
C.4 Explain the consequences of social, illegal, and unethical uses of technology (e.g., piracy; cyberbullying; illegal downloading; licensing infringement; inappropriate uses of software, hardware, and mobile devices in the work environment). Lessons
C.5 Discuss legal issues and the terms of use related to copyright laws, fair use laws, and ethics pertaining to downloading of images, Creative Commons, photographs, documents, video, sounds, music, trademarks, and other elements for personal use. Lessons
C.6 Describe ethical and legal practices of safeguarding the confidentiality of business-related information. Lessons
C.7 Describe possible threats to a laptop, tablet, computer, and/or network and methods of avoiding attacks. Lessons
D.1 Demonstrate punctuality. Lessons
D.2 Demonstrate self-representation. Lessons
D.3 Demonstrate work ethic. Lessons
D.4 Demonstrate respect. Lessons
D.5 Demonstrate time management. Lessons
D.6 Demonstrate integrity. Lessons
D.7 Demonstrate leadership. Lessons
D.8 Demonstrate teamwork and collaboration. Lessons
D.9 Demonstrate conflict resolution. Lessons
D.10 Demonstrate perseverance. Lessons
D.11 Demonstrate commitment. Lessons
D.12 Demonstrate a healthy view of competition. Lessons
D.13 Demonstrate a global perspective. Lessons
D.14 Demonstrate health and fitness. Lessons
D.15 Demonstrate self-direction. Lessons
D.16 Demonstrate lifelong learning. Lessons
E.1 Demonstrate effective speaking and listening skills. Lessons
E.2 Demonstrate effective reading and writing skills. Lessons
E.3 Demonstrate mathematical reasoning. Lessons
E.4 Demonstrate job-specific mathematics skills. Lessons
E.5 Demonstrate critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Lessons
E.6 Demonstrate creativity and resourcefulness. Lessons
E.7 Demonstrate an understanding of business ethics. Lessons
E.8 Demonstrate confidentiality. Lessons
E.9 Demonstrate an understanding of workplace structures, organizations, systems, and climates. Lessons
E.10 Demonstrate diversity awareness. Lessons
E.11 Demonstrate job acquisition and advancement skills. Lessons
E.12 Demonstrate task management skills. Lessons
E.13 Demonstrate customer-service skills. Lessons
F.1 Define web terminology. Lessons
F.2 Describe the history and evolution of the internet. Lessons
F.3 Explain how the Internet functions, including the World Wide Web (WWW), browsers, FTP, URL, ISP and domains Lessons
F.4 Describe the tools for accessing the Internet. Lessons
G.1 Research current best practices and emerging technologies. Lessons
G.2 Utilize technical documentation as part of the design and development process. Lessons
G.3 Explain how websites and social media solve problems in business, industry, government, and education. Lessons
G.4 Explain what encryption (https) is and under what circumstances it would be appropriate to implement on a website. Lessons
G.5 Determine the fault involved in a data breach and research types of protections pertinent for a particular website. Lessons
G.6 Explore principles of e-commerce as they apply to web development, mobile devices, banking, and government regulations. Lessons
G.7 Explain the role of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and JavaScript (or a similar scripting language) in Web development. Lessons
G.8 Evaluate the design of existing websites and their source code. Lessons
G.9 View multiple websites using various browsers and computing devices. Lessons
H.1 Determine the purpose and target audience of a website. Lessons
H.2 Create relevant and appropriate content including text, graphics, and hyperlinks. Lessons
H.3 Develop a design solution for a website including a storyboard, navigation plan, and wireframes/mockups. Lessons
H.4 Research and incorporate features that ensure a quality user experience (e.g., white space, page speed, interactivity, hyperlink differentiation, website consistency, responsiveness, accessibility, data usage). Lessons
H.5 Explore and apply color principles to websites. Lessons
H.6 Explore and apply current best practices for web typography. Lessons
H.7 Critique websites for professional quality in look and layout based on design principles. Lessons
I.1 Develop a file management system for website content, utilizing proper naming conventions for files and folders. Lessons
I.2 Optimize media for web content (i.e., file size, resolution, compression). Lessons
I.3 Identify and solve coding errors throughout design process (i.e., debug). Lessons
I.4 Integrate 3rd party code snippets (e.g., embed video, embed maps, and Bootstrap web components). Lessons
J.1 Develop webpages using a text editor (e.g., Notepad, Notepad++, Textpad, and Textedit). Lessons
J.2 Structure a webpage using appropriate HTML elements (e.g., html, head, title, body, meta, style). Lessons
J.3 Explain the purpose of the doctype declaration. Lessons
J.4 Explain and use appropriate file structure and naming. Lessons
J.5 Use HTML rules to create functional web pages (e.g., lowercase elements, proper nesting, quotes for attribute values). Lessons
J.6 Use a variety of HTML elements to create webpages (e.g., headings, lists, images, hyperlinks, span, div). Lessons
J.7 Compare and contrast block and inline elements. Lessons
J.8 Create relative and absolute hyperlinks. Lessons
J.9 Use special characters (e.g.,   © &quote; < > & &mdash). Lessons
J.10 Demonstrate the use of semantic elements (e.g., header, footer, section, article, nav, aside). Lessons
J.11 Embed third-party content into a web page (e.g., calendar, form, map, video). Lessons
K.1 Create and modify CSS to format the styling of HTML elements and page layout. Lessons
K.2 Identify parts of CSS syntax (i.e., rule, declaration, selector, property, value). Lessons
K.3 Compare and contrast inline, internal and external styles Lessons
K.4 Use CSS to format HTML elements including: a. background (i.e., color, image); b. font (i.e., type, size, and color); c. text (i.e., align); d. border (i.e., width, style, and color); e. list (i.e., style type, position). Lessons
K.5 Format page layout with CSS including: a. CSS box model (i.e., width, height, border, padding, margin); b. absolute and relative positioning; c. floating elements; d. converting between inline elements and block elements; e. responsive design. Lessons
L.1 Distinguish between variables and functions in writing JavaScript. Lessons
L.2 Demonstrate how JavaScript can enhance a project. Lessons
L.3 Create code that obtains and validates input from an HTML form and produces output based on multiple data records (e.g., looping and conditional controls). Lessons
M.1 Comply with legal requirements and standards for accessibility on the web. Lessons
M.2 Optimize websites to accommodate users with special needs. Lessons
M.3 Discuss issues relating to usability on a variety of platforms and devices. Lessons
M.4 Test and debug websites in multiple browsers. Lessons
M.5 Identify and use validation tools. Lessons
N.1 Explain the domain naming system. Lessons
N.2 Identify the process for obtaining a domain name, acquiring hosting, and uploading and maintaining a website. Lessons
N.3 Research features and costs of domain name and hosting providers. Lessons
O.1 Compare and contrast various job positions in the web design and development industry including compensation, required credentials, educational pathways, and work environment. Lessons
O.2 Prepare an electronic portfolio of projects developed in the class. Lessons