Archive for October, 2018

Lets open up a Word Document and write an informal letter

Learning target Students will be able to format and type an informal letter using the Microsoft Office program.
Meredith Broderick


Today’s Schedule

1st Math sheets

2nd IXL math 9:40 Student Council rehearsal of Student of the Week.

3rd.  Mr. K.

4th Computer period last 15 mins announce Student of Week/

5th Lunch/Recess come up 15 mins earlier from recess to get ready for 6th period. Count candy bags

6th Period Student Council meeting with Ms. Michelle’s class Plan trip etc… Talk about Food drive.

7th period Club Hour

8th period Clean up and Choice time.


Microsoft Mondays

 Learning Target students will be able to make a table in  Microsoft Word. 

How to Make a Table 

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Here’s how to make a table from the Insert Tabledialogue box:
  1. Click on Table from the menu bar. Select Insert, and then Table… …
  2. Enter the desired number of rows and columns.
  3. Choose AutoFit behavior if you want the table’scells to automatically expand to fit the text inside them. …
  4. Click OK to insert your table.

Our Schedule for Today

1st. Math sheets

2nd IXL math 9:40 Student Council rehearsal of Student of the Week.

3rd.  Mr. K.

4th Computer period Set room up for creating Treat bags with back building. 11:25 Student of the Week on loud Speaker

5th Lunch/Recess come up 5 mins earlier from recess to get ready for 6th period.

6th Period Student Council meeting with Ms. Michelle’s class

making Halloween treat bags for the back classes

7th period Club Hour

8th period Clean up and Choice time.


Make a sprite appear and disappear


Microsoft Lesson Tabing, Page alignment, Underlining and Bolding text.

Learning Target: Students will be able to Change page alignment, indent (tab across), underline text, and change text color.  

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Halloween images with no backgrounds to use on scratch

Create a folder on your computer. GO TO FINDER.

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SAVE THE IMAGES BELOW ON SCRATCH BY DRAGGING AND DROPPING.

YOU WILL USE THESE IMAGES IN SCRATCH TO MAKE A HALLOWEEN SCRATCH PROJECT.

AFTER YOU SAVE THESE IMAGES OPEN UP SCRATCH AND IMPORT THE IMAGES YOU WOULD LIKE TO USE.


MICROSOFT WORD REVIEW.

LEARNING TARGET STUDENT WILL BE ALBE TO SET UP A DOCUMENT IN MICROSOFT WORD.

 

HERE YOU CAN BOLD LETTERS CHANGE FONT, CHANGE COLOR, CHANGE SIZE, UNDERLINE.


Vocabulary Review.

Vocabulary Review

Coding Vocabularly



 Logical  – is something that can be figured out using rules and provable facts.


Algorithm – An algorithm is a procedure or set of steps in order,  or formula for solving a problem.


Program – An algorithm that has been coded into something that can be run by a machine.


Debugging   – Finding and fixing problems in your algorithm or program.


Programmer:- A person that writes the code (language) that tells the computer what to do.


Code:–  is a computer language that programmers use and create to tell computers what to do. Computers understand Code


 Sequence– refers to the orders something is done in as in first, second third and so on. Also known as order of events, a computer will execute commands exactly in the order or sequence they are written.


Using the Speed block in Scratch

Learning target Students can use the  Speed block in Scratch jr. Algorithms.
What else can you use the speed  blocks to do?