Florida Department of Education Curriculum Framework Program Title: Web Development




НазваниеFlorida Department of Education Curriculum Framework Program Title: Web Development
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Course Number: CTS0070 (Web Design Foundations)


Occupational Completion Point – B

Assistant Web Designer – 300 Hours – SOC Code 15-1199



  1. Demonstrate proficiency in website planning and the design process. – The student will be able to:



    1. Define information architecture.

    2. Discuss the importance of information architecture to web design and development.

    3. Conduct a client interview to determine the business purpose of the new web site and the primary goals.

    4. Conduct a competitive analysis.

    5. Identify stages in the web design process and describe the activities comprising each stage.

    6. Define the site structure by creating a content map, storyboard, and associated wireframes.

    7. Create a global site map.

    8. Discuss the legal and ethical issues related to web design.

    9. Describe accessibility and its implications on web design.

    10. Create a web site mock-up for client approval.



  1. Develop markup language structures. – The student will be able to:




    1. Define common markup languages and their usage.

    2. Examine emerging and new markup languages.

    3. Determine browser support and appropriate usage of markup languages (existing and emerging).

    4. Identify common DOCTYPES (e.g., Strict, Transitional and Frameset) and describe their appropriate use.




  1. Create basic webpages. – The student will be able to:




    1. Create basic webpage structures using common markup elements and attributes.

    2. Incorporate list structures in a webpage (i.e., ordered, unordered, definition, nested).

    3. Incorporate link structures in a webpage (i.e., external, internal, email).

    4. Research and incorporate web color usage principles in a webpage.

    5. Troubleshoot markup language syntax, elements, and links.




  1. Incorporate images and graphical formatting on a webpage. – The student will be able to:




    1. Describe usage guidelines (e.g., format types, size, relevance) for integrating images and graphics onto a webpage.

    2. Compare and contrast standard image formats used in webpage design.

    3. Incorporate graphics into a webpage design.

    4. Create and incorporate image maps in a webpage.

    5. Optimize images and graphics for use in a webpage.




  1. Create a basic table structure. – The student will be able to:




    1. Describe how tables are used in web design.

    2. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of incorporating tables in a webpage design.

    3. Define and modify table structures for the presentation of tabular information.

    4. Create accessible tables using standard table elements and attributes.




  1. Incorporate form structures in a webpage. – The student will be able to:




    1. Create an accessible form using common elements, including form, fieldset, legend, textarea, select, option, button, and input (radio, checkbox, submit, reset, image, password, hidden).

    2. Describe and diagram the relationship between XHTML forms and server-side technologies.

    3. Compare and contrast the GET and POST methods for forms handling.

    4. Define form validation and describe how it is accomplished

    5. List popular server-side technologies often used to process content sent from XHTML forms.

    6. Use labels with form elements.

    7. Connect a XHTML form to a server-side script for processing.




  1. Describe frame structures and their usage. – The student will be able to:




    1. Explore frame and iframe structures and support issues.

    2. Describe appropriate uses of iframes.

    3. Incorporate frame structure in a webpage.




  1. Use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). – The student will be able to:




    1. Define CSS and describe its importance in web design.

    2. Compare and contrast existing and emerging CSS versions.

    3. Determine browser support and appropriate usage of CSS (existing and emerging versions).

    4. Explain "document flow" and describe its implications on web design.

    5. Recognize and use element selectors, ID selectors, class selectors, pseudo-class selectors, and descendant selectors.

    6. Explain how inheritance and specificity affect CSS rule conflicts.

    7. Use inline styles, embedded style sheets, and external style sheets.

    8. Use the link and import methods to connect to an external style sheet.

    9. Use CSS shorthand techniques to create efficient and concise style sheets.

    10. Apply basic CSS properties, including background, border, clear, color, float, font, height, line-height, list-style, margin, overflow, padding, position, text-align, text-indent, width, z-index, padding, et al.

    11. Use CSS to style tables (e.g., borders, width, spacing, alignment, background).

    12. Use CSS to enhance the appearance and usability of an XHTML form.




  1. Examine web design technologies and techniques. – The student will be able to:




    1. Compare and contrast common authoring tools.

    2. Compare and contrast client-side and server-side technologies.

    3. Define e-commerce types and usage.

    4. Describe database connectivity relative to websites.

    5. Identify technologies to enhance user experience.




  1. Describe the process for publishing a website. – The student will be able to:




    1. Explore domain name selection principles.

    2. Identify process to registering a domain name.

    3. Compare and contrast hosting providers, features, and selection criteria.

    4. Describe the various means for uploading website files (e.g., FTP, web-based tools, etc.).




  1. Describe how website performance is monitored and analyzed. – The student will be able to:




    1. Identify issues related to website maintenance.

    2. Use webpage validation tools.

    3. Describe website performance metrics (e.g., visits, time-on-page, time-on-site, et al) and discuss their design implications.

    4. Demonstrate knowledge of accessibility problems and solutions.

    5. Examine indexing, page ranking, basic Search Engine Optimization techniques.

    6. Explore common website analytic tools.




  1. Create an informational website. – The student will be able to:




    1. Use GUI (Graphical User Interface) web authoring software to create a multi-page informational website.

    2. Use image-editing software to enhance website designs with simple graphics.

    3. Use animation software to enhance website designs.

    4. Enhance the website using client-side technologies (rollovers, check plug-ins, pop-up windows).

    5. Demonstrate efficient, consistent web site development practice (use of templates, snippets, etc).




  1. Demonstrate language arts knowledge and skills. – The student will be able to: AF 2.0




    1. Locate, comprehend and evaluate key elements of oral and written information. AF 2.4

    2. Draft, revise, and edit written documents using correct grammar, punctuation and vocabulary. AF 2.5

    3. Present information formally and informally for specific purposes and audiences. AF 2.9




  1. Demonstrate mathematics knowledge and skills. – The student will be able to: AF 3.0




    1. Demonstrate knowledge of arithmetic operations. AF 3.2

    2. Analyze and apply data and measurements to solve problems and interpret documents. AF 3.4

    3. Construct charts/tables/graphs using functions and data. AF 3.5




  1. Demonstrate science knowledge and skills. – The student will be able to: AF 4.0




    1. Discuss the role of creativity in constructing scientific questions, methods and explanations. AF 4.1

    2. Formulate scientifically investigable questions, construct investigations, collect and evaluate data, and develop scientific recommendations based on findings. AF 4.3



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