Course Title: Originate and develop the concept
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term2 2011
Course Code: BUSM7780C
Course Title: Originate and develop the concept
School: 650T TAFE Business
Campus: City Campus
Program: C5194 - Diploma of Information Technology (General)
Course Contact : Paul Lewis
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 1615
Course Contact Email:email@example.com
Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff
Paul Lewis (Teacher)
+61 3 9925 1615
Nominal Hours: 60
Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.
Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
This unit defines the competency required to develop and implement an idea for a project. You will work in teams on the design, style and layout of a Website, using the latest standards in HTML and CSS.
This unit is delivered using a blend of classroom based and self-paced learning activities.
If you are undertaking this course in Melbourne from semester 2, 2012 onward your class will be held in a device-equipped teaching space. Each student group will have access to a laptop. It is however recommended that you have access to a mobile computing device to allow greater flexibility in terms of where you can work on campus both in and outside class times.
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
CUFRAD01A Originate and develop the concept
1. Clarify creative ideas
1.1 Identify purpose of production and who the audience/user for the product will be
Details of Learning Activities
Learning activities will include laboratory-based sessions on a variety of topics as shown in the Teaching Schedule below. Learning activities will generally consist of practical computer exercises based on teacher handouts.
Students should attend all sessions. Students will also be expected to undertake work on a small Web project and other activities for homework.
|The total number of scheduled hours of teaching, learning and assessment involved in this course includes all planned activities including face to face classes, lectures, workshops and seminars, workplace visits, online learning and other forms of structured teaching and learning.|
|Week Beginning Monday||Topics Covered (Theory & Practical)||Assessment Tasks|
|Week 01 – 4th Jul 2011||Course introduction & overview. An HTML template & tags. Comments|
|Week 02 – 11th Jul 2011||Validation. HTML links, images & page layout with divs|
|Week 03 – 18th Jul 2011||CSS syntax & styles. Classes & ids. Divs & HTML5 tags. Font, text & link styles||
Initial review of Class Exercises
|Week 04 – 27th Jul 2011||Block & inline elements. The box model. Sizing, borders, margins & padding|
|Week 05 – 1st Aug 2011||Catch up session. Review task||Review of Class Exercises|
|Week 06 – 8th Aug 2011||CSS positioning & floats. Styling lists & links|
|Week 07 – 15th Aug 2011||Class exercise. Review of latest Web technologies.||Review of Class Exercises|
|Week 08 – 22nd Aug 2011||Skinning & stylesheets. Presentation & content. Images & image galleries||Initial Team Project specifications issued|
|VACATION||Mid-semester break – Mon 29th Aug - Fri 2nd Sep 2011|
|Week 09 – 5th Sep 2011||Background images. HTML tables. Styling tables with CSS||Review of Class Exercises|
|Week 10 – 12th Sep 2011||Intro to HTML forms. Email forms & form processing||Stage 1 of Team Project due|
|Week 11– 19th Sep 2011||More on forms. Styling forms with CSS. Work on Team Project||Review of Class Exercises|
|Week 12 – 26th Sep 2011||Intro to Flash, rollovers, audio, video & blogs etc. Work on Team Project||Stage 2 of Team Project due|
|Week 13 – 3rd Oct 2011||Revision for final practical test. Work on Team Project|
|Week 14 – 10th Oct 2011||Practical test conducted. Work on Team Project||Final review of Classs Exercises
|Week 15 – 17th Oct 2011||Final work on Team Project. Getting a site online. Domains, hosting & FTP.||Stage 3 of Team Project due|
|Week 16 – 24th Oct 2011||Final Team Project demonstrations. Course & assessment feedback||Final Team Project Demonstrations|
Students who have been granted special consideration, or are required to complete additional work in order to demonstrate competency, will be able to submit or sit their assessment task by arrangement with the class teacher in weeks 17 or 18.
Lowery, J & Fletcher, M (2011), HTML5 24-Hour Trainer, Wiley Publishing
Other materials will include worksheets distributed by the teacher in class and various Websites which will be indicated.
Overview of Assessment
Students must demonstrate an understanding of all elements of competency to be deemed competent.
A range of assessment methods are used to assess practical skills and knowledge, for example:
• Direct questioning combined with review of portfolios of evidence and third party workplace reports of on-the-job performance by the candidate
• Review of authenticated documents from the workplace or training environment
• Demonstration of techniques
Students will be expected to complete and demonstrate a variety of exercises which they have performed in the classroom. All files must be created individually, and submitted or demonstrated when requested. In some cases printouts may be required.
Working in teams, students will plan and develop a static Website for a small business using the latest standards in HTML and CSS The site will be designed, styled and laid-out with stylesheets developed by team members.
Stage 1: HTML & basic CSS from each team member
Stage 2: Initial HTML & CSS from team as whole
Stage 3: Final HTML & CSS from team as a whole
There will be a major in-class practical test in which students will be required to demonstrate how to create a Web page using HTML and style the page using CSS. Resources such as Websites, textbooks and previously written code may be used.
Originate and develop the concept
CA / NYC
|Element 1 – Clarify creative ideas||Yes||Yes||No|
|Element 2 – Investigate approaches to the realisation of the idea||Yes||Yes||No|
|Element 3 – Evaluate possible approiaches||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Element 4 – Develop the concept to an operational level||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Competency and grading requirements:
To be deemed competent students must demonstrate an understanding of all elements of this competency. Assessment methods have been designed to measure achievement of each competency in a flexible manner over multiple tasks.
Students are advised that they are likely to be asked to personally demonstrate their work to their teacher to ensure that the relevant competency standards are being met.
All competency-based assessments for this course must be completed in order to achieve a CA (Competency Achieved) award.
Each assessment task will also carry a numerical weighting to be used for grading purposes. The grade applied will only be awarded if a CA has been achieved in all compulsory assessment tasks.
If a student has been assessed as NYC (Not Yet Competent) in any of the assessment tasks, the weighting will carry no value until the student has obtained a CA.
If a CA is achieved on re-assessment, a maximum mark of 50% of the original weighting will be granted for that assessment.
Re-assessments will only be granted to students who were either unsuccessful in the first attempt, or have an approved application for special consideration.
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