Watch – Own it
• What are the key messages in the video?
• What did you like/dislike about the video?
• What did you find out about online identity from the video?
• If you were in this video, what would you have said about the topic of online identity?
Watch – Jessica’s wish
• What would it be like if we were all the same?
• What’s good about being different online?
• How many ways are we all different online?
• Do we always have to agree with/have the same view as other people?
- Padlet activity celebrate differences
Do you like going online? Why or why not?
• What things make us different online?
• What things make us similar online?
• How can we make everyone feel welcome online?
• If you had one wish for the internet, what would it be?
• How can we all make a positive change online?
• What are your three top tips for staying safe online?
- Online safety games https://st-marks.wilts.sch.uk/esafety-2/
How to create an invisible link
- Draw a rectangle or any shape
- Select it and untick “outline” and “fill”
- Place it on the doorway or where you want to click
- Make sure it is selected (blue square)
- Click “link”
- Type for example “#page 3”
- Make sure it is the correct page number!
- “View” to test it
- Zoom into a picture
- Use the same picture but crop then enlarge to a detail
- Add something extra to the zoomed in page, eg a note, sign or clue
- Include a sound
- It could “autoplay” when the page is opeped
- Or use link to play the sound when you click on an invisible hyperlink
- What’s the point of the game?
- Include an instruction at the start
- Find the lost Roman necklace – leave clues…
- Find information about the Roman villa – have pop up info boxes using animate
- Include an instruction at the start
My example for ideas:
- Title, challenge
- Hidden treasure or room, answer to question
- Fadi in
- ** Secret tunnels
- ** wrong turns
- ** information boxes
- l** link to info website eg primary homeork help Roman houses
- ** Sound clips
- ** What have players learned about the Romans/Roman houses by playing your game?
- Check email
- Follow link in email to Google Classroom
- Click the link in the comment to go to form and enter your chosen topic.
- When groups have been sorted – go to Google Drive, create a new Google Slides. Share it with your group members.
- Decide on one persons Slides and work on that one.
- Prepare one slide each
- Simple layout
- A few notes
- A picture or two
- Finish own page
- Communicate online
- Agree a style – font size, font,
- Prepare your talking (not reading)
- Work to succes criteria (on Google Classroom)
- j2launch –
- Click on Level 3
- Type these two instructions:
- Can you draw a letter?
- Use these commands:
- fd 30 (or other numbers)
- bk 30 (or other numbers)
- lt 90
- rt 90
- (Diagonal letters will need rt 45 or lt 45)
- Press play each time to see if it works – don’t carry on until you are happy with each instruction.
- If you finish one letter, type
- pu (pen up)
- move to a new place using fd, lt, rt…
- pd (pen down)
- Try another letter
- Change the pensize to 30
- Could you make different letters different pensizes?
- For a letter that contains a square, use this square code
- repeat 4 [fd 80 rt 90]
- Change the colour of each letter by putting this code before the letter code:
- colour “blue
Follow this video to make an animation in Google Slides:
- From j2launch, open Google Drive
- Click “+ New” – “Google Docs”
- Look through the menus and options
- Create a document with information about South America
- How can you use the different tools to present your information effectively?
- Banner pictures
- Text boxes (tables – coloured boxes)
- Text in columns
- Insert a table
- Make the border lines invisible
- Colour the cells
- Change width/merge cells
- Insert pictures
- Put them in different places
- Crop – eg banner picture at top
- Choose font, colours (one or two only)
- Avoid rainbox, fancy fonts
- Keep it simple and short – but informative
- Finish adding content
- Work to success criteria
- Bold title
- Fill the page
- Stand out
- Dividing into sections/blocks
- Lots of info
Success criteria – fine tuning
- Big font
- No highlighting
- Open “linked pages template” in shared files, st-marks
- Making the hyperlinks:
- Select “Next”
- Click “link” on the tool panel
- Type “#page 2”
- Click “ok”
- Testing the link
- Make sure you have saved
- Click “view”
- Click on the link
- Now create the link back to page 1 from page 2
- You could also have the page numbers at the bottom so you can skip to any page.
- Can you make a button with shapes and text?
- Add a link to my blog: https://st-marks-wilts-sch-uk.j2bloggy.com/MrWs-Computing-Blog/
More to think about
- HTML is the language that is used to make webpages. Click on this link to see how links work in HTML : HTML links
- Make a simple adventure game by creating pages with doors which are links to a new page. It could be a maze…
- Template file – Chinese Palace
- Make doors links to explore the palace
- Make simple adventure game
- ** Make a map (site map)
- Open gmail (button in j2launch)
- Click “compose” to write a new email
- In the “To:” box, copy this email address:
- In the subject box, write “secret message”
- In the main message box, write a polite message to Harry the hedgehog, asking if he knows anything about a secret message for the children of St Mark’s.
- When you get a reply, read it and follow what it says…
- Make a j23 page called: “Email challenge” so I can grade your work
- Email the person next to you an interesting fact.
- Can you think of some sensible rules to keep everyone safe and happy using email? Add them as a comment to this post.