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Texas Web Communications Framework


Standard Description
130.315.1A (A) demonstrate proficiency in the use of local and online collaboration; Lessons
130.315.1B (B) create websites using web editors or web authoring programs; Lessons
130.315.1C (C) evaluate the accessibility and usability of original websites; and Lessons
130.315.1D (D) conceptualize possible technologies based on current technical trends. Lessons
130.315.2A (A) analyze and implement the proper and acceptable use of digital/virtual communications technologies such as instant messaging (IM), chat, email, and social networking; Lessons
130.315.2B (B) define and implement the acquisition, sharing, and use of files taking into consideration primary ownership and copyright; Lessons
130.315.2C (C) apply decisions regarding the selection, acquisition, and sharing of uniform resource locators (URLs) used in research, taking into consideration their quality, appropriateness, and effectiveness; and Lessons
130.315.2D (D) solve problems using critical-thinking strategies. Lessons
130.315.3A (A) verify the accuracy, validity, and currency of acquired information; Lessons
130.315.3B (B) conduct effective searches using Boolean operators; Lessons
130.315.3C (C) acquire and use appropriate vocabulary terms; Lessons
130.315.3D (D) cite sources appropriately using established methods; Lessons
130.315.3E (E) model ethical and legal acquisition of digital information following guidelines in the student code of conduct, including plagiarism and copyright laws; Lessons
130.315.3F (F) identify and discuss emerging technologies and their impact; Lessons
130.315.3G (G) understand Internet history and structure and how they impact current use; and Lessons
130.315.3H (H) demonstrate appropriate use of grammar, spelling, and vocabulary when creating original work. Lessons
130.315.4A (A) demonstrate the transfer and adaptation of knowledge through the creation of original work; Lessons
130.315.4B (B) evaluate and implement security measures such as firewalls and Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) to protect original work; Lessons
130.315.4C (C) analyze and follow timelines needed to create, edit, and present original work; Lessons
130.315.4D (D) verify current licensing issues for software being used for the creation of original work; Lessons
130.315.4E (E) identify and evaluate the design and functionality of web pages using rubrics; Lessons
130.315.4F (F) optimize web information for fast download such as dial-up and high speed Internet and mobile devices; and Lessons
130.315.4G (G) evaluate original work through self-, peer, and professional review of websites. Lessons
130.315.5A (A) engage in online activities that follow appropriate behavioral, communication, and privacy guidelines, including ethics, personal security, and verbiage determined by the intended audience; Lessons
130.315.5B (B) understand the negative impact of inappropriate technology use, including online bullying and harassment; Lessons
130.315.5C (C) implement online security guidelines, including identity protection, limited personal information sharing, and password protection of a secure website; and Lessons
130.315.5D (D) advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology. Lessons
130.315.6A (A) demonstrate knowledge of hardware such as scanners, cameras, printers, video cameras, and external hard drives; Lessons
130.315.6B (B) identify the parts of a computer and explain their functions; Lessons
130.315.6C (C) summarize the need, functionality, and use of servers; Lessons
130.315.6D (D) identify the advantages and disadvantages of running a personal web server versus using a web server provider; Lessons
130.315.6E (E) differentiate and appropriately use various input, processing, output, and primary/secondary storage devices; Lessons
130.315.6F (F) create and implement universally accessible documents; Lessons
130.315.6G (G) analyze bandwidth issues as they relate to audience, servers, connectivity, and cost; Lessons
130.315.6H (H) establish a folder/directory hierarchy for storage of a web page and its related or linked files; Lessons
130.315.6I (I) follow file and folder naming conventions, including spacing, special characters, and capitalization; and Lessons
130.315.6J (J) identify basic design principles when creating a website. Lessons