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Course Number: 11.42500

Web & Digital Design Pathway
Information Technology Career Cluster

Teacher: Dr. Tiffany Alexander

Phone Number: 706-769-7760 x. 2104
Room Number: 2-104

This course, with Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) as its foundation, will teach
students to develop and design responsive web sites through coding, testing, debugging and implementation of web-
based services. This course will also allow students to learn about content management systems, client side languages,
server side languages, and database concepts. The course is designed to give students foundational knowledge of "front-
end" and "back-end" development to address the presentation and data access layers of web site development.

Web Development is the third course in the Web Development pathway. Students enrolled in this course should have
successfully completed Introduction to Digital Technology and Computer Science Principles. After mastery of the
standards in this course, students should be prepared to earn an industry-recognized credential in this career area.

This course will also prepare students for the following End of Pathway Assessments:
CIW Associate Design Specialist Certification
Comprised of two exams:
1. CIW Site Development Associate: Exam 1D0-51B
2. CIW Web Design Specialist (formerly CIW Site Designer) Exam 1D0-520
A student must successfully pass both exams to become a certified CIW Associate Design Specialist.

Prerequisites: Introduction to Digital Technology AND Computer Science Principles or AP Computer Science Principles
are the prerequisite courses along with teacher approval.
IT-WDEV-1 Semester :
Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry. 1. FBLA – leadership development,
The following elements should be integrated throughout the content of this course.
community service, and
Develop a web page using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style employability skills
Sheet (CSS). 2. HTML, CSS
3. JavaScript
Apply concepts of JavaScript to web page development.
IT-WDEV-4 4. Client Side Languages
Create a single functional webpage based on a design mockup and user 5. Dynamic Website
requirements, perhaps a résumé (Client Side Languages).
Explain the components needed to develop a dynamic website (Web Development 7. SDLC
8. Server Side Language- Web
Use a server side language to build a multi-page website incorporating a web form, Forms, Templates
at least two templates with shared portions, and data-driven home page (Server
Side Languages).
Utilize on-page Search Engine Optimization (SEO) throughout a website.
Apply concepts involved in the software development life cycle (SDLC) as it pertains
to web development.
Explore how related student organizations are integral parts of career and
technology education courses through leadership development, school and
community service projects, entrepreneurship development, and competitive


Published Materials Instructional Supplies 3-ring binder, paper, pen or
o HTML5 and CSS Fundamentals pencil, headphones, USB Jump
o CSS Basics Drive
o Advanced CSS Concepts
o JavaScript Introduction
o Programming for Web with JavaScript


Introduction to Digital Technology, Computer Science Principles or AP Computer Science Principles, and Web


CIW Associate Design Specialist Certification
Comprised of two exams:
1. CIW Site Development Associate: Exam 1D0-51B
2. CIW Web Design Specialist (formerly CIW Site Designer) Exam 1D0-520
A student must successfully pass both exams to become a certified CIW Associate Design Specialist.
Students will be assessed in a variety of ways. This will include formative assessments (daily quizzes, brief progress checks, daily
class practice, journals, weekly article reviews, class work, rough drafts, and outlines of projects ), summative assessments (major
tests, major performance tasks, projects, presentations, essays and reports), professional development activities (joining FBLA and
participating in required activities or reading three business related novels over the course of the semester which includes a three
page minimum written report for each novel, and an oral presentation to the class) and a final exam.

Assignments Grade Weights Grading Scale

 Classwork & Homework Formative Assessments 30% A: 90 and above
 Projects Daily Work, Quizzes, e-portfolio B: 80 – 89
 Unit Tests Summative Assessment 40% C: 74 – 79
 End of Pathway Assessment Projects, Unit Tests, Quizzes, Mini D: 70 – 73
(EOPA) Projects, EOPA F: 69 or below
 Quizzes Professional Development Activities 20%
 Final Exam FBLA Membership, Business Related

Final Exam 10%

Expectations for Academic Success Additional Requirements/Resources
1) Complete daily classwork assignments  Acceptable Computer Use Policy
2) Participate in class discussions and ask questions  Tutoring Available
3) Participate constructively as a team member
4) Problem solve and accept challenges
5) Challenge yourself to continuously improve
1. Verbal Warning
2. Student/teacher conference
3. Phone call to parent(s) (allows parents to have an opportunity to correct the problem)
4. Teacher Detention (before and/or after school. Need to give at least 24 hours notice)
5. Parent Contact (invite the parent to a conference)
6. Referral to counselor (academic/personal issues)
7. Referral to an administrator (discipline)
Computer Support Technician* Server Administrator* Database Administrator*Web Developer*& Windows Developer*
Specialist Producer * Production Assistant * Programmer * Streaming Media Specialist * Virtual Reality Specialist
Designer * Producer * Specialist Administrator * Page Developer * Producer * Site Developer * Specialist Webmaster

CTSO-FBLA-The Career Technical Student Organization for Business & Computer Science is Future Business Leaders of
America (FBLA). Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through
innovative leadership and career development programs. Students are strongly urged to join FBLA, $25.00, to benefit
from the wealth of opportunities the organization has to offer.

FBLA Goals

§ Develop competent, aggressive business leadership

§ Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work
§ Create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise
§ Encourage members in the development of individual projects which contribute to the improvement of home,
business, and community
§ Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism
§ Encourage and practice efficient money management
§ Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty
§ Assist students in the establishment of occupational goals
§ Facilitate the transition from school to work

“It is the policy of the Oconee County School District to offer the opportunity to students to participate in appropriate
programs and activities without regard to color, creed, national origin, handicap, or gender.”