Digital Lit 2019 Sem 1

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StudentVUE District URL: https://student.cascadetech.org/ddsd40/
______@stu.ddsd40.org

If you ever get 1 point on an assignment, it is probably because you did not share it properly and I cannot view it

If you are turning in late work, you need to turn it in using the original link
then send me an email @ mike_costello@ddsd40.org

Example:
Mr. Costello,
I just wanted to let you know I turned in the __________ assignment late. I apologize for being a slacker, 
and not getting it done on time :)

link to document

Thanks,
Joe Student
Per #

-Extra Credit Opportunity:
    -Join a Team/Club/Activity
    -No athletics!
    -Get an Advisor/Coach signature that you participated!
    -Turn in to Mr. Costello




No LaTe WoRk AcCePteD AfTeR JaNuAry 1st

January 21-23rd

posted Jan 21, 2020, 7:42 AM by Mike Costello   [ updated Jan 22, 2020, 9:43 AM by Mike Costello ]

-SHARE
-Anyone with the link can view
-Copy/Paste in form


Final Final Work Day! Due Today
A-DAY: 6 PAGES TOTAL
-INTRO
-FRESHMAN YEAR REFLECTION
-HELPFUL HS COURSES
-PICK 3
B-DAY: 5 PAGES TOTAL
-INTRO
-FRESHMAN YEAR REFLECTION
-HELPFUL HS COURSES
-PICK 2

Final Scoring

Spelling/Grammar/Font Size = 5 points

Intro Page = 5 points

-Picture

-Descriptive answers

3 Layouts = 5 points

-At least 3

5 Subpages = 20 points

-Answers thought out

-Includes “Evidence” where needed


Pictures/Headers are important!



Extra Credit Opportunity:
-Complete 2 extra subpages
-Chance to raise grade 4% (10 points)
-Needs to be EXCELLENT or will not count


Turn in FINAL HERE


B-days

posted Jan 17, 2020, 9:46 AM by Mike Costello

Due to the 2 hour delay, Period 6-7-8 will only need to do 5 pages for the Final

Day 1 - Intro Page

Day 2 - Freshman Reflection / Helpful HS Courses

Finals Day - Pick 2

January 16-17th

posted Jan 16, 2020, 7:54 AM by Mike Costello   [ updated Jan 16, 2020, 9:19 AM ]

Last BLOG check

Blog Check next class (19 Total):
-Helpful HS Courses
-Phishing
-Are People good/bad?
-Budget
-Spreadsheets (12/3)
-Free Solo Lessons (11/22)
-Eric Thomas (Free Solo) (11/18)
-Emotional Intelligence (11/14)
-Gary V "Teenager" (11/8)
-GPA (11/1)
-Karate Kid (10/28)
-Soft Skills (10/23)
-Midway Self Relfection (10/15)
5. Music While Studying
4. What is Success
3. Freshman Year
2. Pregnant Lady on Max
1. Touch Type
-2 Truths, 1 Lie



Day 2 Final Work
Instructions HERE
-Finish Intro + 3 subpages




Download Google Drive to your phone
-Sign in with student email (ID#@stu.ddsd40.org)

FINAL GRADE ESTIMATOR! (NOT 100% ACCURATE)

Final Scoring

Spelling/Grammar/Font Size = 5 points

Intro Page = 5 points

-Picture

-Descriptive answers

3 Layouts = 5 points

-At least 3

5 Subpages = 20 points

-Answers thought out

-Includes “Evidence” where needed


Pictures/Headers are important!


Extra Credit Opportunity:
-Complete 2 extra subpages
-Chance to raise grade (10 points) 3-4%
-Needs to be EXCELLENT or will not count

January 14-15th

posted Jan 14, 2020, 7:24 AM by Mike Costello   [ updated Jan 15, 2020, 12:22 PM ]

Typing Web - FINAL Typing Test 1 & 3 min
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Blog Check next class (19 Total):
-Helpful HS Courses
-Phishing
-Are People good/bad?
-Budget
-Spreadsheets (12/3)
-Free Solo Lessons (11/22)
-Eric Thomas (Free Solo) (11/18)
-Emotional Intelligence (11/14)
-Gary V "Teenager" (11/8)
-GPA (11/1)
-Karate Kid (10/28)
-Soft Skills (10/23)
-Midway Self Relfection (10/15)
5. Music While Studying
4. What is Success
3. Freshman Year
2. Pregnant Lady on Max
1. Touch Type
-2 Truths, 1 Lie

Final Workday #1
Instructions HERE







Download Google Drive to your phone
-Sign in with student email (ID#@stu.ddsd40.org)

FINAL GRADE ESTIMATOR! (NOT 100% ACCURATE)

Jan 10-13th

posted Jan 10, 2020, 7:35 AM by Mike Costello   [ updated Jan 10, 2020, 10:00 AM ]

Last Blog Post

"Helpful High School Courses"


Go to OREGON CIS

Login: ddouglas

Password: ddhs


-Click on "Explore Resources"


-Click on "Occupations"

        -And then "Occupation List"


-Use the sorting tool to find 3 jobs you are interested in


-Must pick at least one from each:

    -No College (On the job training) (0-1 year)

    -Associate’s Degree or Postsecondary Certificate (2-3 years)

    -Bachelor’s Degree+ (4 years or more)

-Include a quick description of each job (1-2 sentences)

"The jobs I'm interested in are..."



-Click on each job you selected


-Go to “Helpful High School Courses” on the left side of the menu


-For each career pick a few courses that are helpful (4+)


We will be using these “Helpful High School Courses” in an assignment next class.

Copy and Paste the classes with the jobs

Financial Counselor

  • Banking and Finance
  • Computer Applications
  • Consumer Law
  • Economics
  • Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Personal Finance
  • Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Introduction to Business


4 year HS Plan

-Click on the assignment HERE

-Go to File->Make a Copy


--Must fill out YELLOW Classes (required)

--Must plan out Empty Spaces (Highlight Light Blue)

Use the courses you listed in the "Helpful High School Courses Blog"

-Find Classes that match up in the DDHS CURRICULUM GUIDE

----Enrichment Program Guide 2019-20 – After School Clubs and Activities

Copy of DDHS 4-YEAR PLAN Regular Diploma



Turn in 4 Year HS Plan HERE

January 8-9th

posted Jan 8, 2020, 8:11 AM by Mike Costello   [ updated Jan 8, 2020, 10:50 AM ]

Typing.com 10-15 Min

Due at the end of the week!


SHMOOP Day 3 - Real Websites
-Open a new Google Doc

Step 1 (15 mins):  "Website Evaluation True or False Quiz."  Take the quiz on their own and then “correct” your own quiz, as we discuss the answers as a whole class.

INSERT A TABLE 3 cells wide X 12 cells tall

 Statement     True/False? Explanation
 Wikipedia is the gospel. I can believe it and use it for my class papers  
 Websites that end in .gov are always legit  
 Websites that use tildes are where I put my trust  
 I can trust websites that end in .edu    
 Information from .com domains will always be false  
 Information from .org domains will always be true  
 Information from .net domains will always be false  
 It says "blog" in the URL, so it can't be trusted  
 I can trust a website with typos  
 The site's graphics are super high quality, so it's a trustworthy source  
 I shouldn't be so cynical about websites' missing info and authors, cause that make me a hater  


Step 2 (10 mins): Review with students the guidelines outlined for detecting lies online. Hopefully, they will have gathered all of the following tips:

 

·         Copy & paste the following 6 items into your Netiquette Doc

 

  1. Be a skeptic.
  2. Don’t be fooled by cool or professional websites. 
  3. Ask yourself what’s the point of view of the site. What are they trying to get me to believe? What opinions or ideas are missing? 
  4. Investigate the source. Find out who published the information. 
  5. Follow the "Rule of 3": compare three sources of information. 
  6. Be careful about using facts that you find without checking them out first.

Step 3 (20 mins): Give students the "Shady or Legit? Web Evaluation Form" handout and ask them to evaluate whether the listed websites seem to deserve an L (for legit) or S (for shady).

 

Now that we know a little bit about what to look for, let’s use this worksheet to evaluate whether some websites are valid and true or probably not.


Insert a table 6 Wide X 11 Tall

 Website  Shady or Legit?Can you tell who wrote the site?
Are they a legit source of information?
Can info be found on other sites?
Does it answer all your questions?
Professional looking?
Formate raise concerns?
URL seem safe?
Biased? Do you see anything that makes you think the site isn't totally objective?
Does the website have an "agenda"?
uoregon.edu
 whitehouse.gov     
 eapoe.org     
 poemuseum.org     
 houseofusher.net     
http://pirlwww.lpl.arizona.edu/~jscotti/apollo.html     
www.ufos-aliens.co.uk/cosmicapollo.html     
 nasa.gov/mission_pages/apollo     
 timtfj.wordpress.com     
 blogs.scientificamerican.com/budding-scientist     

 

Step 4 (15 mins): As a class, discuss the websites and how the students determined whether they were shady or legitimate.


Which sites deserve the following awards:

  1. Sketchiest (Worst)
  2. Most Legit (Best)
  3. Sassiest (Bold)
  4. Pics Had It Goin’ On (Best Looking)
  5. Smells Fishy (Need to research more)

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Need help studying for Finals???

posted Jan 7, 2020, 8:51 AM by Mike Costello   [ updated Jan 7, 2020, 9:30 AM ]

January 6-7th

posted Jan 6, 2020, 7:44 AM by Mike Costello   [ updated Jan 7, 2020, 9:55 AM ]

Typing.Com 10 Min (Typing.com is Due at the end of the week)


Blog Post # 19 Phishing (Blogs Will be due next week)

1. What is Phishing? Explain what it is and why it's done 3-5 Sent
    Ex. Phishing is the process of _______.  People do Phishing scams to get ________.


2. What are 3 targets of Phishing (What are the creators looking to get?)
     a.
     b.
     c.

3. What are two ways to avoid phishing scams?
     a.
     b.
___________________________________________________________________________________________

4. What are homograph attacks? Explain how they are similar to phishing scams. 3-5 Sent
    Ex. Homograph attacks are when __________.  They are similar to Phishing scams because  ________.  You can avoid them by_______ 

Google Phishing Scam Example of Phishing scam where attacks used google as a platform


SHMOOP Day 2 - Internet Safety
-Open a new Google Doc

Answer these brainstorming questions
Step 1 
Students: Watch the "Passwords 101" video on YouTube and answer the following questions:
  1. What are some examples of bad passwords? Are any of your personal passwords weak like these?
  2. Why are these passwords unsafe? Why are they easy to hack? 
  3. Do you think any of your personal passwords are strong?
Step 2 
Copy as paste these Tips and Highlight the 2 that you think are most important.
You will be discussing the reasons you chose to highlight them.
  • Don't ever write down your password.
  • Never ever text or email your password, since then anyone who breaks into your phone or laptop can steal your password.
  • Don't tell anyone your password. 
  • Variety is the spice of life: don't use the same password for everything
  • Don't let public computers remember your passwords or usernames. (We're not suggesting your local librarian is an identity thief, but you have to be careful.)
Why did you choose those two?
Write down the main points you and your partner discussed (2-4 Sentences)


Step 3 

Students, use the criteria you came up with for good and bad passwords to create a list of 5 bad (or weak) passwords, ones that are easy to guess. you can work alone or in partners. Then each student comes up with one good password that he/she keeps private. 

BAD

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

GOOD

1. 

After you are done check the Strength of your passwords on this website Password Meter 

Most people have really bad passwords.  Most common passwords from 2018 HERE



Step 4
Malware

Watch Video on malware and Answer Q's

1. What is Malware and what is it used for?

2. Viruses are a type of malware.  How are they spread?

3. Trojans get their name from the spartan trojan horse.  What would be an example of a trojan 

4. Ransomware gives you what type of message?

5. What is spyware trying to get? Why is it so successful?

6. Worms have a unique way of spreading what is it?

7. What style of computer virus do you you think is most dangerous and explain why 2-4 sent

Step 5
Website protection
How websites store and protect passwords Video HERE

1. Explain what hashes are and why they are used (2-4 Sent)

2. How does salt protect your Hash? What would happen if websites did not use salt? (2-4 Sent)


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December 19-20th

posted Dec 20, 2019, 7:52 AM by Mike Costello

Typing
Finish Shmoop Day 1
Finish Cyberbullying Poster

December 17-18th

posted Dec 17, 2019, 7:03 AM by Mike Costello   [ updated Dec 18, 2019, 10:23 AM ]

Typing Time
-20 minutes
    -Click "Sign In with Google"
-ADVANCED Lessons
    -DUE JANUARY 9TH!!!


Finish SHMOOP Day 1

Step 4 (15-20 mins):  Pick one type of Cyberbullying (or tactic, as they're called in the Internet Safety 101 article from Step 1).

The types of bullying tactics are listed below. (Students should refer to the Internet Safety 101 article for definitions.)

  • Gossip

  • Exclusion

  • Impersonation

  • Harassment

  • Cyberstalking

  • Flaming

  • Outing and trickery

  • Cyberthreats

Each person creates a "group chat" using this link about the type of bullying, how the victims can get help, and who they can get help from.

The skits should each present at least one way to resolve the particular type of cyberbullying.  

Each skit "chat" will be written out on their Shmoop Day 1 Google Doc.



Example: 
Gossip:
1. Student A: Oh my gosh, Joey won’t stop spreading rumors about me online! (Line 1)

2. Student B: What a jerk! What are you going to do to get him to stop? (Line 2)

3. Student A: I think I am going to go talk to my Counselor and see what she says. (Line 3)

4. Student B: Oh that would be a good idea, you can also... (Line 4)

5. Student A: Yeah I could do that, but I don't want him to get in trouble, just to stop (Line 5)

---Student A goes to Counselor
6. Student A; Hey Ms. Williams... (Line 6)

7. Mrs. Williams: blah blah blah (Line 7)


20 Lines of dialogue total!!! Split into 2 different "screenshots" 10 and 10


Remember there are many different ways in which cyberbullying can take place and many ways to try and

resolve it if/when it happens.



Step 5
Visit this page or this page that covers A LOT of bullying statistics
-Find 4 statistics that stand out to you
    -Why did it stand out?

Ex:
  • 25% of teens on social media reported having an experience resulting in a face-to-face confrontation with someone.
This stood out to me because...

Standards Met

  • Common Core Standards: ELA 6-8th Grade Standards: Reading 1, 2; Reading for Informational Text 1, 2, 4; Writing 2d, 3d, 6, 8; Speaking and Listening 1bcd, 2.

  • 21st Century Skills: Information, Media, and Technology Skills: Access and Evaluate Information, Analyze Media, Create Media Products, Apply Technology Effectively; Life and Career Skills: Interact Effectively with Others, Work Effectively in Diverse Teams.


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Anti-Cyberbullying/Digital Footprint Poster Assignment

Link to ASSIGNMENT

2 Posters (1 "What is Cyberbullying?", 1 "What Can I Do?")
Due today
Video showing how to make a poster in Slides

Turn in HERE
             "D Level"                                  "B Level"                                 "A Level"

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