6th Grade Computer Tech
Choose Your Own Adventure - Student Created Interactive Story
View student projects:
- Hunting with Tom and Dave - Ryan
- The Python Story - Tyler D
- The Symbiote - Jeremiah H
- Baseball - Oren
- Hunting - Brendon M
- Red Soldier - Joleen
- Minecraft Adventures - Ivan L
- Skyrim - Zach S
- Batman - Olivia
- _____ - Cadence
- A Cry for Help - Riley
- A Pokemon Journey - Chase
- Minecraft - Trevor
- The Murder Mystery - Tranquility
- Shoppie Journey - Trynity
- The Terrifying Aventure - Jason H
- The Shopkins Adventure - Jade
- Watch-Out - Joanna V
- The Secret Life of Animals - Stephanie W
- Students will work independently to plan and develop an interactive, multi-timeline story using a Flow Chart tool and Microsoft PowerPoint.
- Students will create an original, imaginative story that will be fully planned in a digital Flow Chart, in order to represent the multiple story timelines.
- Students will utilizes a wide-range of PowerPoint tools to create an engaging and interactive project. The project will include the use of advanced PowerPoint tools including the creative use of design features, hyperlinking, animations, transitions, action buttons and much more. The topic will be of student choice and teacher-approved.
- See full project details here.
- Explore their Google Apps account in-depth.
- Learn to navigate and utilize more advanced features of Google Calendars.
- Organize themselves using digital media.
- Evaluate the usefulness of some media or tech tools to accomplishing individual goals.
- Understand how various programs can cross platforms.
- Use the web as a collaborative tool, while synthesizing knowledge of web-based tools.
In this unit project, students will create an original Interactive Choose Your Own Adventure Story from scratch, utilizing a Flow Chart as a planner and organizer, and creating the project using the new Google Sites
Summary of Project:
Typing Web will be a required weekly activity
throughout 6th Grade computer tech. Students will learn touch-typing
keyboarding and be required to log weekly practice through the web-based program.
See the TypingWeb Directions on how to log-in, or the TypingWeb page for more.
Students will recreate their Middle School schedule using Google Calendars. Throughout this unit students will: