TEJ3M/TEJ4M – March 7, 2016

I began the class today by talking to the students about when I was away on Fri Mar 4.  I talked to the students about listening to the instructions I posted on the blog and also making sure they make use of their time and not waste it.

After talking to the students I then mentioned to them that I would be showing them a video today in class titled “Manufactured Landscapes (2006)”.  I started the video at around 1 because some of the students wanted to complete some work from last week.  While the students watched the video, I gave those that were very behind the option of quietly working on either their network cables or their mouse pencil sharpeners (only if they did not finish either of these from last day).  To go with the video, I gave the students a worksheet with 6 questions on it which the students were to fill out and then hand back to me by the end of tomorrow’s class (We only got to 17 min 20 sec today on the video and the video is 1 hr 26 min long).

Below you will find a copies of the handouts/worksheets that were distributed/assigned in today’s class.

List of students not completed assignments (update) (This is the list of assignments not completed by students.)

Mar 7 – Manufactured Landscapes Video Worksheet – Due Mar 8, 2016 (blank worksheet – This is due by the end of the period on Tue Mar 8 after we finish the video.)

This is the link for making a network cable:

TEJ3M TEJ4M – How to Make an Ethernet Cable (This document shows the students step by step how to make their own RJ45 network cable.  The students will be doing this activity in class once they have finished their architecture report and installing all of the software listed above.)

These links are for the mouse pencil sharpener assignment:

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.

Mar 27 - TEJ3M - Mouse Drawing

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