Essential Question: What is successful communication and how do you practice it?
- Analyze and compare website features that compose the overall quality of a a site.
- Create and design a table displaying content that compares and contrasts information.
- Why do you feel that some websites are good?
- Why do you feel that some websites are not so good? Do you agree or disagree with others?
- Who is the target audience for a particular site?
- How does the audience factor into the website’s design
The lesson examined the main features go into a good or bad website. After completing the Web Survey Intro Exercise, we discussed what made a good site. The discussions led to the development of a table. We examined the Google Doc tools that are used to insert and design tables, particularly the ‘Table Property’ settings.
Create a Google document and name it ‘web_survey_response’. Insert well-formatted table containing a new title and hypertext link to one of the good sites and one bad sites and describe what makes these sites good or bad using our class task from today.