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Learners work cooperatively to choose a theme, write a story, and produce a web site to display this story in this middle-level lesson on the career of a web designer. This excellent lesson ends with an organized, web site launch party.
Pupils create a website based on a history unit they have just completed. In this web design lesson, student analyze qualities of an effective website and create an architectural design for the home page and connecting pages. Students research, create and design content for their page in small groups.
Young scholars explore world history by participating in a web design activity. In this aboriginal history lesson plan, students discuss the different jobs associated with designing a web site and identify the types of media that are often shown on the web. Young scholars create a web site design based on aboriginal culture.
Fifth graders examine how to respond to bullying in a proactive manner and to identify how to descrease incidents of bullying at their own school. They participate in a discussion and brainstorming activity, watch a PowerPoint presentation, and create a Kidspiration web design on bullying.
In this food web design worksheet, students sketch and create an illustration of a food web of a chosen habitat area. Students label the types of feeders and use correctly oriented arrows to show the feeding relationships to show the flow of energy through the system.
Young scholars are introduced to the seven web design elements. Using examples, they identify the use of good and bad elements. They work with a computer program to help them design their own website and share them with the class.
Students view a PowerPoint about the origins of the Internet. Using a software program, they discover the ins and outs of the Internet and web design. They share their creation with the class and offer constructive criticism to their classmates.
Online publishing can inspire young writers.They choose a hero then use MY Hero to post text entries. They conduct research, write an essay or narrative, create illustrations and find images and Internet links, then publish their projects.
Students get involved in a Project-Based Learning instructional design model as they enter a problem-solving learning journey. They get to personalize their learning experience from the beginning by making choices. Students set up and maintain their schools web site.
Students complete a unit focusing on the creation of a student-generated website. They read and evaluate articles about business ethics, critique websites, and develop a student-created webpage.
Ninth graders participate in an activity as a web designer.  In this technology instructional activity, 9th graders explore how the choices made by web designers affect how people use a site.  Students analyze effective and ineffective Web design, usability and visual appeal for the target audience. 
Study heroes and have your learners define who a hero is to them. Having identified a personal hero, pupils conduct research and write an essay or narrative, using illustrations and images from the Internet. They upload their stories, images, and links into the MY HERO program to create their own web page.
Fourth graders examine and explain who they are and communicate that person to the viewer through the use of the visual arts. They think about themselves and try to find five things that represent who they are and what they feel is important to them.
Students review their understanding of web design principles and HTML and continue working on academic projects.
Young scholars take their own digital photographs and scan them onto the computer. For each photograph, they write about them and use the internet to research their subject in the photo more throughly. They are graded based on a rubric and their classwork.
Fifth graders create a class virtual travel brochure. Roles include: researchers who find information using Web sites chosen by the teacher, a recorder who sets down the information found by the researchers, illustrators who locate online photos, or create illustrations researched by the group, reporters who share the information with the class in oral and written reports, and web designers who place the textual information and graphics onto a site for the virtual brochure.
Students design a website for a health club which should contain linked pages that show the information gathered and decisions made on various associated projects throughout the year.
Pupils create a supersized spider web using yarn. They weave the yarn over and under an existing web to create a new design.
Students develop an awarness of material on the web, critiqueing and creating rather than simply surfing. They create produce their own websites.
Each student or student team creates a web page. Students research and make decisions for content of the page. Each web page should contain at least six images and six links, as well as any necessary commentary. Students indicate on the web page its purpose and school's email address.