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From Mrs. Drummond

Welcome to the St. John School Technology site. I will use this site to communicate with students and parents about what is happening in our Technology classes. The site will be updated weekly and will contain any homework assignments and upcoming tests or quizzes. If your child misses a Technology class he or she can check here to see what they missed.

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Virtue

Respect

Recognizing the dignity of all people.

Technology Prayer

Heavenly Father,

Thank you for the gift of technology and the many ways that it helps us in our lives. Please guide us as we learn to use it in a way that is pleasing to you. We ask this in Jesus' name.


Amen

 




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To do list

Remind your 3-5 grade students to practice typing on Typing.com

Kindergarten

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Bookmarks

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I can...

I can identify computer hardware: monitor, keyboard, mouse, disk drive, CD drive, printer

I can distinguish between hardware and software

I can log on, log off

I can use proper posture

I can use spacebar, enter, backspace, caps lock and arrow keys

I can use letter and number keys

I can open, use and quit applications

I can select an option from a menu

I can navigate inside a graphical user interface (gui) e.g., Windows, MAC OS

I can enter text

I can use content appropriate software

I can use content appropriate Internet sites

I can use grade appropriate drawing tools



K-2 Technology Rules

  1. Treat the computers, starboard and all equipment with respect
  2. Don't bang or hit computer, mouse or monitor
  3. If you need help, raise your hand
  4. If you need to say or ask something, raise your hand

Todo lists

Starfall

Practice your skills with Starfall, PBS Kids or TuxPaint

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Calendar

1st Grade

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K-2 Technology Rules

Treat the computers, starboard and all equipment with respect Don't bang or hit computer, mouse or monitor If you need help, raise your hand If you need to say or ask something, raise your hand

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I can...

I can recognize a web browser

I can relate web pages to URL

I can open a web browser and use the Home, Back, Forward, and Print features

I can use links to go to a web page.

I can use web page to practice content skills.

I can use shift key

I can use vertical and horizontal scroll bars

I can use save, print and menu options

I can recognize a word processing document

I can distinguish between upper and lower case letters.

I can delete words in a document

I can use one space after punctuation

I can use capital letters correctly.

I can insert graphics and clip art

I can use content appropriate software

I can use content appropriate Internet sites

I can use grade appropriate drawing tools




Todo lists

Starfall

Practice reading stories online
Khan Academy for more Math/Grammar practice

2nd Grade

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K-2 Technology Rules

1. Treat the computers, starboard and all equipment with respect 2. Don't bang or hit computer, mouse or monitor 3. If you need help, raise your hand 4. If you need to say or ask something, raise your hand

Todo lists

Starfall or Khan Academy

Dance Mat Typing to practice keyboarding
Practice your problem solving with Star Wars, Frozen, Minecraft or Build your own Basketball game Hour of Code.
Have fun with 2nd Grade activities on Starfall
Khan Academy for more Math/Grammar practice

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Calendar

3rd Grade

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Homework

Technology Class Rules

1. Respect computer hardware and software by not mistreating or misusing. 2. Raise hand and wait to have questions answered. 3. Students may only access the Internet with permission from and in the presence of a teacher. Certain websites, including Facebook, YouTube, and gaming sites are strictly prohibited. 4. Be kind and courteous to others. 5. Follow directions and come to class prepared and ready to learn!

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Typing.com & Code.org

Practice on typing.com for 10-15 minutes, a few times a week.
Practice your problem solving skills with Code.org activities: Create a basketball game, Frozen, Star Wars and Minecraft

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Calendar

4th Grade

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Homework

Try to practice keyboarding on Typing.com for 5-10 minutes each day. Remember to keep your hands on the homerow keys and your eyes on the screen (not the keyboard).

4th Grade Keyboarding Goal

12 WPM with 75% Accuracy

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Technology Class Rules - Grades 3-8

    1. Respect computer hardware and software by not mistreating or misusing.

    2. Raise hand and wait to have questions answered.

    3. Students may only access the Internet with permission from and in the presence of a teacher.  Certain websites, including Facebook, YouTube, and gaming sites are strictly prohibited.

    4. Be kind and courteous to others.
    5. Follow directions and come to class prepared and ready to learn!

Todo lists

Typing.com & Code.org

Practice your keyboarding by typing on Typing.com for 10-15 mintues, a few times a week.
Practice your problem solving skills with Code.org
Make sure to check out the Harry Potter coding activity

5th Grade

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Bookmarks

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Homework

Try to practice keyboarding on Typing.com for 5-10 minutes each day. Remember to keep your hands on the homerow keys and your eyes on the screen (not the keyboard). Remember your grade is based on improvement from one test to another. Remember username.sjs & password is the same

5th Grade Keyboarding Goal

15 WPM with 75% Accuracy

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Technology Class Rules

  1. Respect computer hardware and software by not mistreating or misusing. 
  2. Raise hand and wait to have questions answered.
  3. Students may only access the Internet with permission from and in the presence of a teacher.  Certain websites, including Facebook, YouTube, and gaming sites are strictly prohibited.
  4. Be kind and courteous to others.
  5. Follow directions and come to class prepared and ready to learn!

Todo lists

Keyboarding & Scratch

Practice typing on Typing.com for 10-15 minutes, a few times a week
Practice your Scratch skills
The Harry Potter coding activity is fun too!

6th Grade

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Homework

Try to practice keyboarding each day. It doesn't have to be on typing.com, you can make a quizlet to study or type an assignment. Try vocabulary.com as a way to learn your vocab words. Remember to keep your hands on the homerow keys and your eyes on the screen (not the keyboard).

Children's Online Privacy Protection Rule ("COPPA")

COPPA imposes certain requirements on operators of websites or online services directed to children under 13 years of age, and on operators of other websites or online services that have actual knowledge that they are collecting personal information online from a child under 13 years of age. www.ftc.gov

6th Grade Keyboarding Goal

20 WPM with 75% Accuracy

Technology Class Rules

1. Respect computer hardware and software by not mistreating or misusing. 2. Raise hand and wait to have questions answered. 3. Students may only access the Internet with permission from and in the presence of a teacher. Certain websites, including Facebook, YouTube, and gaming sites are strictly prohibited. 4. Be kind and courteous to others. 5. Follow directions and come to class prepared and ready to learn!

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Scratch - Make Music

Practice your Scratch skills
Make your own Pong game - Hour of Code

7th Grade

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

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Homework

Try to practice keyboarding each day. It doesn't have to be on typing.com, you can make a quizlet to study or type an assignment. Try vocabulary.com as a wciay to learn your vocab words. Remember to keep your hands on the homerow keys and your eyes on the screen (not the keyboard).

Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizen Someone who acts safely, responsibly, and respectfully online.

7th Grade Keyboarding Goal

25 WPM with 75% Accuracy

Copyright Law

The Law states that works of art created in the U.S. after January 1, 1978 are automatically protected by copyright once they are fixed in tangible medium (like the Internet) BUT a single copy may be used for scholarly research (even if that is a 7th Grade computer history report) or in teaching or preparation to teach a class.

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Technology Class Rules - Grades 3 -8

    1. Respect computer hardware and software by not mistreating or misusing.

    2. Raise hand and wait to have questions answered.

    3. Students may only access the Internet with permission from and in the presence of a teacher.  Certain websites, including Facebook, YouTube, and gaming sites are strictly prohibited.

    4. Be kind and courteous to others.
    5. Follow directions and come to class prepared and ready to learn!

Todo lists

Learn Python

Tracey the Turtle
Make your own Pong game - Hour of Code

8th Grade

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

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Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizen Someone who acts safely, responsibly, and respectfully online.

Children's Online Privacy Protection Rule ("COPPA")

COPPA imposes certain requirements on operators of websites or online services directed to children under 13 years of age, and on operators of other websites or online services that have actual knowledge that they are collecting personal information online from a child under 13 years of age. www.ftc.gov

8th Grade Keyboarding Goal

30 WPM with 75% Accuracy

Technology Class Rules

1. Respect computer hardware and software by not mistreating or misusing. 2. Raise hand and wait to have questions answered. 3. Students may only access the Internet with permission from and in the presence of a teacher. Certain websites, including Facebook, YouTube, and gaming sites are strictly prohibited. 4. Be kind and courteous to others. 5. Follow directions and come to class prepared and ready to learn!

Todo lists

End of Year Zoom Video

Make sure to watch the video on creating an email account (if you don't already have one), email basics & saving anything that you want to keep from your St. John account.
Learn Python with Tracey the Turtle - optional