PLEASE NOTE: I AM AWAY TODAY FROM ALL OF MY CLASSES. I WILL BE BACK IN CLASS ON MONDAY MARCH 7.
Here are the instructions for today’s class:
YOU ARE NOT TO BE WORKING ON YOUR COMPUTERS OR NETWORK CABLES TODAY. PLEASE LEAVE THEM WHERE THEY ARE AND DO NOT WORK WITH THEM WHILE I AM AWAY.
I would like you to start off by finishing off the e-waste research activity which I gave you on Feb 17, but did not give you any extra time to finish off in class. Some of you may still have kept the paper copy in your binder, so you can just continue that worksheet (make sure your name is on it). If you do not have the sheet anymore, then I attached an electronic copy below for you to complete the activity on.
Once you have finished the e-waste research activity, I would like you to work on your mouse pencil sharpener design today. I don’t know of any of you have that have started this. I will be marking your designs and approving them before I let you start to paint them on to your actual mice. If you are doing your designs on the paper copy, then you needs pencil crayons/markers. One of you can ask Ms. Hinnegan in room 205 if you can borrow her pencil crayons. Those of you that are familiar with Photoshop can do your design electronically.
I will be checking to make sure both the e-waste research activity and the mouse pencil sharpener design are completed when I return on Monday.
Below you will find a copies of the handouts/worksheets that were distributed/assigned in today’s class.
Feb 17 – TEJ3M & TEJ4M – E-waste Research Activity (Some of you may still have this. Please make sure this is complete and ready to hand in by Mon Mar 7.)
Feb 16 – TEJ3M & TEJ4M – Mouse Pencil Sharpener (These are instructions for the pencil sharpener assignment.)
Feb 16– TEJ3M & TEJ4M – Mouse Drawing (This is a .pdf file of the mouse drawing that students can print out and sketch their design on.)
Feb 16 – Sample Student Mouse Drawing Using Adobe Photoshop (These are some sample Photoshop drawing done by past students.)
Below is a .jpeg image of the mouse drawing the students can import into Adobe Photoshop.