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Digital Portfolios



le français IV - le projet du WWW
French Digital Portfolios

Visitez ces addresses et regardez des idées et 
prenez des notes.




Spanish Class Web Page

French Web Page Artists
a) Check out ALL LINKS
b) Check out Web Page Project
c) Check out French 3 Projects

French Classes Web Pages
a) Check out French 4 & 5 homepage
b) Check out French Impressionism

Monet Waterlilies

Monet Wheatstacks

French Impressionist - Create a Painting

Glossary of Painting Styles

Artists - Paintings & Criticism

What's New Around / Web Museum

Example of "Dancers" Painting

WebMuseum, Paris

Do your own search
Write "WebMuseum" as your key word in any search engine



La Roue de Couleur

Les Couleurs Primaires:  rouge, jaune, bleu
Les Couleurs Secondaires:  orange, vert, violet
Les Couleurs Complémentaires: rouge & vert, jaune & violet,
                              orange & bleu
Les Couleurs Monochromes:  bleu, bleu clair, bleu foncé
Les Couleurs Analogues:  jaune, vert, bleu  /  
                         bleu, violet, rouge



Les éléments d’Art

La ligne:  verticale, horizontale, diagonale, courbée, 
           en zigzag
L’espace:  autour des objets
La valeur des couleurs:  clair, foncé
La Forme:  3-D à trois dimensions, de l’espace, une place, 
           un lieu, de la longueur, de la largeur, 
           de la profondeur, du poids;
           les formes sont géométriques ou une forme libre



Les Principes d’Art

La répétition:  des couleurs, des lignes
La balance:  symétrique, asymétrique
L’emphase:  votre première attention



Les Coups de Pinceau

longs
courts 
des points



Des Artistes

Braque               Manet
Cassatt              Matisse
Cézanne              Monet
Corot                Pissarro
Daumier              Renoir
Degas                Rodin
Delacroix            Rouault
Dufy                 Rousseau
Gauguin              Seurat
Géricault            Toulouse-Lautrec
Léger                Van Gogh



Your Digital Portfolio

Requirements:      The entire web page must be written in 
French.  The only grammar requirement is that you use 
the expressions that introduce the subjunctive and the 
subjunctive tense; all grammar must be edited for 
corrections.  Begin with a biography of yourself.  Then 
choose 4 different projects or written assignments that 
you have done or will be doing this year and summarize 
them.  One of your projects must be about the artist that 
you are preparing for your oral presentation.  

Ideas:  Fashion Show, Dantes, La Fontaine, Powerpoint, 
La Belle et La Bête, Cyrano, Mardi Gras, Artist, Stories 
and pictures from our textbook, lst through 4th Quarter 
projects.

Written Work:  Must first be written in Word or on paper; 
must be checked by the teacher and corrected by the 
student, must be handed in a second time for a grade, 
must be edited so that the final copy may be written on 
your Web Page.  NOTHING may be written on your Web 
Page until it has been checked by the teacher.  Please 
return corrected copy of your edited text to the teacher.

Pictures:  You should have at least 4 pictures.  Not all 4 
pictures may fit on your web page.  Try to use as many 
links as you can so that pictures can be found elsewhere. 
Try to get your pictures off the Web with a URL address.  
Pictures taken in class can be scanned and uploaded in 
order to develop a URL address for you to use.

Checklist:  Your checklist Portfolio sheet must be kept in 
a safe place. All Check Points must be dated and signed 
by the designated person.

Grading:  
Process 
(checklist & student procedures)    = Two Homework Grades
Product (your web page)             = Test Grade
Grammar (on web page)               = Test Grade
All Edited Work (on paper)          = Quiz Grades



Digital Portfolio Checklist - Your Name:
Date/Initials/Steps to Follow

1. Check out Web addresses for possible ideas (your signature)

2. Choose your artist (check with teacher for less duplication)
    (teacher signature)

3. Choose your  first idea that you want to include in your 
    digital portfolio (teacher signature)

4. Choose your second idea that you want to include in your 
    digital portfolio (teacher signature)

5. Choose your third idea that you want to include in 
    your digital portfolio (teacher signature)

6. Write a first draft of your biography and hand it in
    (teacher signature)

7. Edit the first draft of your biography and hand it in
    for a quiz grade. (teacher signature)

8. Post the corrected version of your biography on 
    your web page and return it to the teacher 
    (your signature)

9. Write a first draft of your first idea and hand it in
    (teacher signature)

10. Edit the first draft of your first idea and hand it 
      in for a quiz grade. (teacher signature)

11. Post the corrected version of your first idea on 
      your web page and return it to the teacher 
      (your signature)

12. Write the first draft of your second idea and 
      hand it in.  (teacher signature)

13. Edit the first draft of your second idea and hand 
      it in for a quiz grade. (teacher signature)

14. Post the corrected version of your second idea 
      on your web page and return it to the teacher 
      (your signature)

15. Write the first draft of your third idea and hand it 
      in.  (teacher signature)

16. Edit the first draft of your third idea and hand it 
      in for a quiz grade. (teacher signature)

17. Post the corrected version of your third idea on 
      your web page and return it to the teacher
      (your signature)

18. Write the first draft of your Artist and hand it in
      (teacher signature)

19. Edit the first draft of your Artist and hand it in 
      for a quiz grade. (teacher signature)

20. Post the corrected version of your Artist on your
      web page and return it to the teacher (your signature)

21. Picture 1 must be ok’d by teacher (teacher signature)

22. Picture 2 must be ok’d by teacher (teacher signature)

23. Picture 3 or link of picture must be ok’d by teacher 
      (teacher signature)

24. Picture 4 or link of picture must be ok’d by teacher 
      (teacher signature)

25. Picture 5 or link of picture must be ok’d by teacher 
      (teacher signature)

26. Any additional pictures or links of pictures must all
      be ok’d by teacher (teacher signature)


Digital Portfolio  - Student Procedures - Total of 100%

Procedure A  10 points -Check out Web sites.                                                        
                                                                                                                 
Procedure B  10 points -Start selecting  four ideas.                                                 
                                                                                                                 
Procedure C  10 points -Check with teacher for each idea.                                       
                                                                                                                 
Procedure D  10 points -All written work must have a first draft.                             
                                                                                                                
Procedure E	Keep in mind:
	     Grammar:  20 points  
             Did you use the expressions that introduce the subjunctive?
             Did you use the subjunctive tense?
             Did you use complex tenses and si clauses?
             Did you put in the correct accent marks?
             Did you proof read for any grammar errors from your 
             edited versions?                                                                
	
             Planning:  10 points  -Are your final drafts coherent 
                        and pertinent?          
                                   
             Individuality:  10 points  
                        Does your portfolio reflect your ingenuity?
                        Is it authentic, dynamic, and/or brilliant?              

Procedure F  10 points -Insert your pictures and/or create links.                                
                                                                                                                 
Procedure G  10 points -Your Goal is to create a Digital Portfolio 
                        in French reflecting the work that you did 
                        this year.                                                                                            
 


For the teacher   Visit:  Digital Portfolio Assessment



How to become a Tripod Member

1. Go to:  Tripod
   Web address is:  http://www.tripod.com

2. Scroll down until you read on the left “homepage builder” - click 
   on it

3. At the top click on Member

4. Fill in the Contact information
    Use the school’s address:   99 Margin St
                                Peabody, MA 01960
     Use your school e-mail address:    name@address
     Plug in your Gender
     Your Birthdate:   05 - 12 - 79
     How did you hear about Tripod:   Choose other

5.  Member Name:   Pick a name for your Portfolio
                   (make it simple - I used french4)
    Password:  Pick a password - don’t use the same one 
               you have at Fenwick.  Write it down 
               somewhere safe.  The teacher 
               will also be keeping a copy.

6.  Would you like to receive the Tripod Insider 
    e-mail newsletter:  Say   NO

7. Click on:   Register Me

8.  Verification:  - you will receive a verification instantly 
                     in your e-mail.
                   - go to your e-mail account and there 
                     should be a message from Tripod 
                     Membership.
                   - don’t write anything, just press 
                     the reply to sender button.
                   - you will get another message back 
                     that your verification was a success.



Tripod  - Creating your Web Page
Click here to go to:  Tripod

1. Scroll down until you read on left “homepage builder” 
   -click on it

2. Scroll down to choose your building method, 
   click on: Quick Page

3. Choose a File name - use the one in the box, click on:
                        Use This Filename

4. Click Continue

5. Choose a layout  1  OR  2

6. Quick Page Editor - click Continue

7. Follow each LINK and you will create a web page



How to Edit your web page

1. Go to:  Homepager
   The web address is:  http://www.tripod.com/triteca/homepager/

2.  Scroll down a bit and Click on:  Modify

3.  Scroll down a bit to files and Click on: Edit (next to the file)

4. You will be at Tripod’s Quick Page Editor

5. Follow the directions on the Links

6. Don’t forget to always press SAVE THE PAGE at the bottom

7. At the bottom of each page on the right, click on
   HOUSEKEEPER to continue to edit your pages


For those students who would like to learn more about HTML,

Visit Tom Duggan's HTML Page

Change the Colors on your Web Page.

More Colors.

How about some animation!

HTML - Accents and Character Entities

Other STUFF for your web pages.

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