Web Development 101

A project-based introduction to web development for intermediate coders in upper middle or high school using HTML and CSS. Request Quote

Course Summary
  • Grades 7 - 8
  • Advanced level
  • 10 lessons
    • Web
Course Includes
  • 10 lessons
  • 134 activities
  • Enhanced Creativity Tools
  • Automatic Assessment
  • Tutorials and Reviews
  • Coding Puzzles
  • DIY Projects
  • Quizzes
  • Teacher Guides
  • Answer Keys
Prerequisites
No previous coding experience required.

Description

An introduction to web development for intermediate or advanced coders in upper middle or high school. In this lesson plan, students will be introduced to web page development using HTML and CSS. Starting from building their very first web page, they progress to learn about paragraphs, lists, tables, inserting images, audio and video files and hyperlinking while they work on 14 different hands-on practical do-it-yourself projects, several hands-on programming challenges, and assessment quizzes throughout the course. Finally they build a photo gallery and their own version of Instagram to compete this course.

This course is ideal for students who are comfortable with text entry. It is recommended that the students have completed at least one Tynker block-coding course so that they are familiar with the basics of programming logic and computational thinking. This course will help them transition to HTML and CSS - the web development languages, and adapt to the additional challenges of text-based syntax.

Students who successfully complete this lesson plan will demonstrate a strong mastery of HTML and CSS syntax, as well as the ability to create their own web sites from scratch. They will be able to create web pages for other projects in their academic curriculum, such as book reports, presentations and STEM assignments. This course does not cover the use of JavaScript in web development.

Topics Covered

  • HTML page creation
  • CSS Styles
  • Hyperlinks, lists, and tables
  • CSS pseudo-classes, selectors, and more
  • Typography and page layout
  • CSS Box model
  • Images, audio, and video
  • Modal popups and hover states
  • Multi-page websites
  • Responsive website design

What Students Learn

  • Build 14 practical web projects
  • Learn HTML and CSS syntax
  • Design simple web pages
  • Design a web profile card
  • Create animations, gradients, and effects
  • Use lists, tables, and containers
  • Build responsive websites
  • Create pixel art
  • Build a Photo Gallery
  • Build an Instagram clone

Technical Requirements

* Online courses require a modern desktop computer, laptop computer, Chromebook, or Netbook with Internet access and a Chrome (29+), Firefox (30+), Safari (7+), or Edge (20+) browser. No downloads required.

1. Introduction
12 activities
Create your first web page using HTML and CSS.
2. Headings and Images
14 activities
Using images and font styles, create a poster, a poem and a photo gallery.
3. All About Lists
11 activities
Learn about ordered and unordered lists to organize content on a web page.
4. Adding Hyperlinks
10 activities
Use hyperlinks to link to other pages. Create image links. Use CSS to style links.
5. Using Containers
11 activities
Use container elements such as div and section to structure your page.
6. Tables and Media
9 activities
Learn to format content using tables. Embed video and audio in your page.
7. More on Styling
11 activities
Learn about forms and more CSS features for advanced layouts and designs.
8. Pixel Art
3 activities
Create fun pixel art shapes by using CSS and divs.
9. Photo Gallery
1 activity
Final Project 1: Create a picture gallery with thumbnails.
10. Pictogram
1 activity
Final Project 2: Create your own Instagram clone.