• 904 - Animation and Web Design

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    Grade level: 11-12

    1.0 credit/semester 

    Visual and Performing Arts Credit

    Senior Math Credit

     

    Students will create, design and produce interactive multi-media products and services. Students will be provided a broad based foundation for beginning a career in such areas as Web Design, Interactive Media Development and Animation.

     

    Topics include: Web Page Design, Animation, , Prototyping and Testing, Computer Graphics, Usability Issues, Accessibility, Internet Business Foundations, Interactive Media Production, Web Programming (HTML5, CSS, Bootstrap).   Software used in the course includes Adobe Animate, Adobe Photoshop and Adobe After Effects.    First Semester Final Exam:  Create a Website for a member of the community.  Second semester final exam: Create an Electronic Portfolio using Adobe Animate.

     

    Prerequisite:

    Ability to navigate windows, type 35 words per minute, know how to locate saved files, open files, how to find files once saved, use a mouse (right click/left click) know how to print, copy/paste, basic word processing skills.

     

     

    911 - Mobile Applications and Game Development for the Web

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    Grade level: 11-12

    1.0 credit/semester 

    Visual and Performing Arts Credit

    Senior Math Credit

     

    This course is project based and  will cover fundamentals of game design and coding by  following a real-world design and engineering process. Students will create socially useful games and applications for mobile devices and the web.  The course emphasizes communication, collaboration and creativity.  

     

    Students will:

     

    *Create a two-level game using HTML5/CSS and JavaScript.  

     

    *Code and design games using a variety of tools such as Construct 3, GameMaker

     

    *Develop a 3D adventure game that is fun and educational using JavaScript  and the Unity game design environment.

     

    *Learn to design and code games that leverage mobile-device features, like touch screen, accelerometer, and small screen size.  Export and test on mobile devices.

     

    *Gain information about the application submission process and how to market your app

     

    *Build socially useful games and apps that are tangible and shareable.

     

    Prerequisite: Students should possess the following computer skills:

    Ability to navigate windows, type 35 words per minute, know how to locate saved files, open files, how to find files once saved, use a mouse (right click/left click) know how to print, copy/paste, basic word processing skills.