Students will learn basic HTML and explore how code can translate into a final visual design, such as a web page. They will create a web page design, translate it into HTML, and then use the computer language to communicate their design to a partner. Their partner will then act as a web browser, converting the code into the original web page design.
Full Lesson Plan
8 – 14
Introduce students to:
Basic HTML code
The general concept of computer languages
How different elements of a website are expressed in HTML code
Anticipated Learner Outcomes
As a result of this activity, students will be able to:
Write in basic HTML code.
Understand how HTML functions as a language and how it translates into the visuals of a website.
Code a basic website.
Teacher Resource Documents (attached)
Student Resource Sheet (attached)
Student Worksheets (attached)
Alignment to Curriculum Frameworks
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