Gathering Information from Teachers for their Website


Students will learn how to gather information from teachers on campus who are interested in creating a webpage for their classes. They must put on their detective hats and make sure all the pieces of the puzzle are solved.


Students will create a service order for teachers to request the creation of their subject's webpage. The idea is that for each teacher on campus to create a webpage to "showcase" their classes.

Students will be working in teams of 3, talking with teachers that are interested in having a webpage created, gathering outlines of those teachers courses, getting photos of the teachers and their classrooms and any additional information the teachers would like to include on their page.

Students will complete activities that will show them how to:

  • Create folders and files to store and organize the information collected from teachers (specifications, images, and course outlines)
  • How to layout their folders
  • Where to find information regarding courses on the school website or by asking the teacher for this information.
  • How to verify the information for correctness
  • Show the teacher the "Canned" website of how the class will look. Canned meaning that it has already been created and that model will be used to incorporate his or her class information. Because it takes time to create webpages, we will not be creating "custom" pages for the teacher.

Lesson Times

One (1) Block Class
110 Minutes

Industries / Subjects / Grades

Industries / Pathways
  • Information and Communication Technologies Information and Communication Technologies
Grade Levels
  • 11
  • 12

Standards and Objectives


California's 2013 CTE Standards (1)

Related Instructional Objectives (SWBAT...)

  • Create file layouts in Windows, Communicate requirements for gathering information, and store and retrieve information in Windows
  • The objective of this lesson is to show students how to communicate ideas as it relates to technology and solicit information for requirements

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