|Before we set out to build a series of web-based lessons,
we need to learn about navigation. A good web designer will have a site
map drawn on paper or at least in his or her mind before the first page is
saved. One way to think about navigation is to map an existing website.
See the web pages for Arnold
Elementary School in the Torrance Unified School District. Using
Google Docs, Excel or another drawing program, make a digital map of
the website. You need not map any page outside the
We will do this in class together.
Introduction to Google Docs.
Review Excel Drawing tools.
|Create a hypertext lesson on a
lesson of your choice. You will need to write an introduction, at least one paragraph about each
topic and a conclusion. You will need to hypertext your
document. You introduction should link to every topic and each topic
should link to the others. This project is easier if you select a common
theme about which to write. See
Step 1 - decide on a standard, goal, & lesson
Step 2 - write individual components, each with its own web page
Step 3 - Write introduction and conclusion
Step 4 - Place everything in a common folder each with a unique file name
Step 4 - Hyperlink to create a hypertext (highlight the key word phrase; click on link tool; select file)
Due Week 4.