In preparation for our visit to Warrnambool Butter and Cheese factory, we need to
- watch this video on the Great Ocean Road. It can be found in the student public drive>VCE Business Management>h
A Japanese university student has designed a survey for us to fill in to see what you would like to do in the future. Here is the link to the survey. Please fill it in.
Let’s see if we can finish our Scratch sprites
- You will need to position the centre of your two images. Watch this screen cast that was made for Alannah’s sprite by a Japanese University student
- Resize your photos to 450, crop out the actual shape for the second image
- Follow the code on this document
Use the grafitti creator to design headers for the following three themes:-
- Your name
- Peace and Calm
Grab the code and add them to a post on your blog, adding a hyperlink to the site that you used to create it.
Hi year 7 we will be creating a sprite for World Scratch Day on Saturday May 18th. Complete these tasks:-
- Go to this link to see how to create your Scratch outcomes
- View a sample sprite
- Take a photo of a circle, triangle or square as it appears naturally
- Follow the code and instructions to create your own sprite.
This is a little more difficult than the previous sprites we have made. Good luck!
- It is mothers day on Sunday. Goto MS Publisher and make Mum a greeting card. Print in colour
- If finished, goto this online whiteboard and create a drawing. Save back into your folder.
Tags:Circles·scratch·Squares·Triangles·world museum·World Scratch Day
You have 12 minutes for each of these activities, they will be timed. Let’s see how much you have achieved in this time.
Tags:mirror paint·online whiteboard·polldaddy·sketchfu·smackdown
Scratch site is being updated. Watch the preview and see how it is changing.
May 18th is World Scratch Day. To help celebrate this event, a Circles, Squares and Shapes project has been created by the World Museum. Here is what we are to do:-
- Look at the sample project and click on ‘see inside’ to see the script that was created.
- Take a photo of something that bears a circle, square or shape in nature or at the school, or at home.
- Resize the image, and follow the script to create your sprite.
The timetable has changed. Add the changes to your blog page
Add the podcast to your blog post, together with your contribution to the script.
Complete your blog post on the Apollo Bay visit. Add a photo and collage. Find the student you helped and write a comment on their blog post.
Several tasks need to be completed today:-
- Your drinking water podcast is to be used by German students for their radio show. However,they may not understand a lot of what we say and also may have trouble with our accents. Therefore, we need to provide our scripts. How shall we do that?
- You can listen to the podcast here.
- A group of young US students are going to their state capital to share how they use technology. They would like you to complete some questions for them. Goto this survey and fill in your answers.
- After your time blogging and surfing in Apollo Bay, it is hoped that you will keep up the connections. Please write a post summarizing what you did that day, what were the highlights, what did you learn and general reflections. Then goto the Student Public drive, find some photos that summarize the day – you will need to choose group photos or photos that do not show faces and create a collage using fotor. Add this to your blog post and publish.
Tags:apollo bay·Dave's survey
Today we will continue to work with images. Here are your tasks:-
- Goto MS AutoCollage maker>minimize>Select a minimum of 7 photos and save them all in a folder on your drive. Make sure they are good sized photos (they cannot be too small). Add them to MS Autocollage and create an engaging image.
- Experiment with fotor collage maker and create three different collages. Save each one and add to a Word document.
- Try befunky and create three different images with different effects.
- Choose a group photo or a photo without people in it and create a jigsaw at jigzone
Hi year 12 students. Make sure you have added these links by adding a post with appropriate tags or adding a page to that you can retrieve these links quickly.
- Good introductory site Pet Database
- Oneil Using MS Access
- Taking the MS Access Tutorials – gfc
- Database exercises
- Youtube tutorials
Look at working with forms from gfc and follow the prompts. You can download the database file from the first series of tutorials. Can you add form buttons, combo boxes, dropdown search box and labelled text boxes? What about
- calendar button
- and other complex form features
Complete the challenge on the last page. Then attempt to add some of the above features to your Pets Database.
Today we will add widgets to the sidebar of your blogs. Follow these instructions:-
- Login to your blog, goto appearance>widgets>clustrmaps and key in the url.
- Add a clustrmap manually if need be. If this does not work try revolver maps
- Drag a text box to the sidebar, copy the code from each of the following widgets in the text box and save
- Add a clock with the correct time. Suggest using clocklink. We are gmt+10
- Add a google translate widget from widget box
- The free rice widget
- View the Check Out, Episode 4 ABC Thurs 11th 8pm on ABC, about 17 mins in. This episode looks at how data mining is able to target us, how good it is getting and where the data comes from.