Website & Portfolio

 

Task 13: Building Your Website--My Future

  1. Add to your Adobe Spark webpage.
  2. Add pictures that represent your future-- try a glideshow or a style of picture presentation that are different than what you've already used. You can use pictures you've taken, or free ones on Spark.
  3. Write a paragraph telling where you hope to be in 1 year, 5 years, and 10 years.
  4. Using H2, create a header for each paragraph.
  5. Proofread and edit as needed.
  6. Example HERE!

 

Task 12: Building Your Website-- Gallery

  1. Add to your Adobe Spark webpage.
  2. In the Gallery section, add pictures of five projects you've completed this year with a caption for each.
  3. Write a paragraph briefly describing each project.
  4. Then, using H2, create a Content and Skills section for each project.
  5. Under Content and Skills, use bullets to tell between 2-4 content and skill items you've learned from each.
  6. Proofread and edit as needed.
  7. Example HERE!

 

Task 11: Building Your Website-- Around the World

  1. Add to your Adobe Spark webpage.
  2. In the Around the World section, use the split layout to show images from the countries we've had speakers on. On one side of the screen, search for a free picture from the country. On ther other side paste in the country name using H2 text and then paste in your paragraph. You should have India, Ecuador, Italy, South Korea, and Chile.
  3. Proofread and edit as needed.
  4. Example HERE!

 

Task 10: Building Your Website-- My Journey

  1. Add to your Adobe Spark webpage.
  2. In the My Journey section, add several pictures from our field trips this year-- you can use your own and check P:\handouts\BIS\CIS\2018-19-- trya photo grid, glideshow, or split layout!
  3. Add your content from the Jacksonville, Caves/ Tree House, and Portland trips.
  4. Proofread and edit as needed.
  5. Example HERE!

 

Task 9: Building Your Website-- Home Page Info

  1. Create an Adobe Spark account HERE.
  2. Choose a WEBPAGE style that you like.
  3. Add a title and create the following sections:
    • Home
    • My Journey
    • Around the World
    • Gallery
    • My Future
  1. In the HOME section, add your HOME PAGE CONTENT (Task 2) text. Proofread it and update it as necessary.
  2. Now, choose one or more pictures to go with your home section-- also consider changing the name for this section to ABOUT ME-- consider pics of your family, you, hobbies you like, trips you've been on, etc.
  3. Example of where you should be is HERE

 

Task 8: Portland Trip

  1. Answer some or all of the following questions in a paragraph:
    • What businesses are notable in Portland and why? Why do they draw tourists and locals? (i.e. Powell's, Voodoo, etc.) Why are they unique?
    • Choose a historic or articistic site in Portland and explain why it is important.
    • What did you like about Portland State, and why is it a unique university?
    • Why is the zoo a tourist draw and a location where Portlanders visit? What importance do zoos have?
    • Print and put in the tray. Save in My Journey folder.

 

Task 7: Chile speaker

  1. Write a paragraph about our Chile speaker-- address some or all of the following information:

    If you were to visit Chile,

    • what cultural challenges would you face?
    • what language barriers might you face?
    • what language(s) would you hear?
    • what religions would you encounter?
    • what tourist sites would you visit?
    • what would you eat?
    • what other experiences might you have there?
    • what cities would you visit?
    • what immigration/ refugee issues might you encounter?
    • Proofread closely. Then print and put in the tray. Save in Around the World folder.

     

Task 6: South Korea speaker

  1. Write a paragraph about our South Korea speaker-- address some or all of the following information:

    If you were to visit South Korea,

    • what cultural challenges would you face?
    • what language barriers might you face?
    • what language(s) would you hear?
    • what religions would you encounter?
    • what tourist sites would you visit?
    • what would you eat?
    • what other experiences might you have there?
    • what cities would you visit?
    • what immigration/ refugee issues might you encounter?
    • Proofread closely. Then print and bring to class on Friday and save in Around the World folder.

 

Task 5: Italy speaker

  1. Write a paragraph about our Italy speaker-- address some or all of the following information:

    If you were to visit Italy,

    • what cultural challenges would you face?
    • what language barriers might you face?
    • what language(s) would you hear?
    • what religions would you encounter?
    • what tourist sites would you visit?
    • what would you eat?
    • what other experiences might you have there?
    • what cities would you visit?
    • what immigration/ refugee issues might you encounter?
    • Proofread closely. Then print and bring to class on Friday and save in Around the World folder.

Task 4: Caves/ Treehouse field trip

  1. Answer some or all of the following questions:
    • Why are these locations tourist sites?
    • What sort of impact does tourism have on the environmental health of the caves?
    • How does tourism impact the local economies in these areas?
    • What did you learn about starting and running a tourism-based business?
    • Print and bring to class on Tuesday. Save in My Journey folder.

 

Task 3: Ecuador speakers

  1. Write a paragraph about our Ecudaor speakers-- address some or all of the following information:

    If you were to visit Ecudaor,

    • what cultural challenges would you face?
    • what language barriers might you face?
    • what language(s) would you hear?
    • what religions would you encounter?
    • what tourist sites would you visit?
    • what would you eat?
    • what other experiences might you have there?
    • what cities would you visit?
    • Proofread closely. Then print and bring to class on Tuesday and save in Around the World folder.

 

Task 2: Write Home page content

  1. Write two or more engaging paragraphs about yourself. Begin with a hook to catch your reader's attention (consider a quote, significant moment from your life, tell a story, etc.) Make sure it is personal but also professional! Since your website will ultimately advertise you, your talents, and your goals, make sure to answer some or all of the following questions:

     

 

Task 1: Set Up Folders and Plan Content for Website

  1. Create a new folder in your U drive CIS folder-- call it PORTFOLIO
  2. Add a folder in this one with each of the following names:
    • Home
    • My Journey
    • Around the World
    • Gallery
    • My Future
  3. Find a picture of yourself that represents who you are-- save it in the Home folder
  4. Write a paragraph about our India speaker-- address some or all of the following information:

    If you were to visit India,

    • what cultural challenges would you face?
    • what language barriers might you face?
    • what language(s) would you hear?
    • what religions would you encounter?
    • what tourist sites would you visit?
    • what would you eat?
    • what other experiences might you have there?
    • what cities would you visit?
    • Proofread closely. Then print and bring to class on Monday.
  5. Then, write a paragraph about our field trip to Jacksonville. Answer some or all of the following questions:
    • What did you learn about tourism in Jacksonville? What sites and events make this town a tourist location?
    • What did you learn about the history of Jacksonville and Southern Oregon? How might this information interest visitors?
    • How did you accomplish the task of locating various locations in Jville? Did you work as a team effectively? Did you problem-solve? If so, how?
    • Now that you've visited Jville, what sites would you like to go back to visit again? Why?
    • How has tourism impacted Southern Oregon?
    • Proofread closely. Print and bring to class on Monday.