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Spring Portfolio: Web Design

For portfolio week, you are required to reflect upon and write about a piece of work you have done during the Fall Semester. The requirements are as follows:

  • CAREFULLY PRINT OUT YOUR LAST NAME, FIRST NAME at the top of the first and third pages. Print out the Assignment Description, Grade Level (9, 10, 11 or 12) and Subject as well. You will be given a grade for your clerical work.
    • Example:
Name: Last, First Assignment
Description: Dreamweaver CSS
Grade Level: 10 (or 9 or 11 or 12) Subject: Web Page Design




  • Choose a CSS document, and write about it using the Revised 21st Century Expectation Check Off Sheets and Reflection Sheets provided. The CSS . If you would like to choose a different project, you must get approval from Mr. O'Connell first.
  • staple it together in this order:
    • Student Reflection Sheet cover page/Reflection Sheet
    • Expectations Inventory
    • Rubric evaluation sheet
    • CSS web page printout
  • Answer all questions fully. In the narrative section, answer in full paragraphs, not individual words or single short sentences. Your answers need to specifically refer to this project. Do not write generic answers such as "I tried hard. I did good." Use this as an opportunity to reflect on your work in a meaningful way. This is a skill that is highly valued in all professions. It is also highly valued at the college level and beyond.
  • Reminder: you will receive a grade for this project.