Cisco 1—Week 6
CHAPTER 4—CONNECTING TO THE INTERNET THROUGH AN ISP
OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this chapter, you should be able to answer the following questions:
 What is the Internet?
 What is an ISP?
 What is the Internet Protocol?
 How is information sent across the internet through an ISP?
 What are ISP issues of a small home or business?
 What are the primary components of an ISP Network operations Center (NOC)
 What are the environmental requirements of a home/small business network as compared to those of an ISP
NOC?
 What are the advantages/disadvantages of the different types of media?
 What are the differences between straight-through and crossover cables?
 How are UTP cables constructed and terminated to provide a reliable connection?
S02. Standard 2:
E. Forecast the impact of technological products and systems. (09-12).
03. Compare and contrast the past, present and future developments of a technological system. (09).
S03. Standard 3:
A. Integrate conceptual knowledge of technology systems in determining practical applications for learning and technical
problem-solving.
01. Make informed choices among technology systems, resources and services (11)
02. Analyze various types of connectivity, and list pros and cons of each. (10).
B. Identify, select and apply appropriate technology tools and resources to produce creative works and to construct
technology-enhanced models. (09-12).
01Apply emerging technology tools and resources for managing and communicating personal/professional information
(e.g., distance-learning, voice-recognition tools, personal digital devices, automatic identification systems, bar codes,
radio frequency tags). (11)
Monday, October1, 2012
Chapter 4—Connecting to the Internet through an ISP
Pass out Study guide (work on when you are not making cables)
Demonstrate how to make a cable to the entire class
Complete lab 4.5.3.2 building straight-through and crossover cables—half of class
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Chapter 4—Connecting to the Internet through an ISP
Complete lab 4-1 Tracing Internet connectivity 4.2.3.3 ALL TOGETHER
Complete lab 4.5.3.2 building straight-through and crossover cables—half of class
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Chapter 4—Connecting to the Internet through an ISP
Discuss what is the Internet
What is an ISP?
What is the Internet Protocol
How is information sent across the internet through an ISP
Discuss ISP issues of a small home or business
Show powerpiont over the whole chapter
Work on Cables if not connected
Thursday, October 4, 2012
4.2.1 Importance of the Internet Protocol (IP)
4.2.2 How ISPs handle packets
4.2.3 Forwarding Packets cross the Internet
Friday, October 5, 2012
Chapter 4—Connecting to the Internet through an ISP
Quiz over chapter 4
Work on Cables if not finished
Cisco 2—Week 6
CHP 4—ADDRESSING IN AN ENTERPRISE NETWORK
OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this chapter, you should be able to answer the following questions:
 What are the features and benefits of a hierarchical IP addressing structure?
 How is a VLSM IP address scheme planned and implemented?
 How is classless routing and CIDR used in planning a network?
 How are static and dynamic NAT configured and verified?
S02. Standard 2:
E. Forecast the impact of technological products and systems. (09-12)
03Compare and contrast the past, present and future developments of a technological system. (09).
S03. Standard 3:
A. Integrate conceptual knowledge of technology systems in determining practical applications for learning and technical
problem-solving.
03 Research technology systems, resources and services to solve technical problems. (11).
B. Identify, select and apply appropriate technology tools and resources to produce creative works and to construct
technology-enhanced models. (09-12).
01. Identify/recognize state-of-the-art technology tools for solving problems and managing personal/professional
information. (10).
S04. Standard 4:
A. Apply appropriate communication design principles in published and presented projects. (09-12)
03. Adapt design concepts to emerging technologies. (11).
Monday, October 1, 2012
Pass back chapter 3 quiz and discuss
Take online test over chapter 3 online
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Pass out study guide for chapter 4—Addressing in an Enterprise Network
Review subnetting
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Chapter 4—Addressing in an Enterprise Network
Discuss Flat and Hierarchical Networks
Discuss Using Subnetting to structure the network
Discuss the use of VLSM
Basic Subnetting Process
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Chapter 4—Addressing in an Enterprise Network
Complete lab 4.2.3 designing and applying an IP addressing scheme
Implementing VLSM addressing
Using Classless Routing and CIDR
CIDR and Route Summarization
Show Powerpoint over VLSM, CIDR and Route Summarization
Friday, October 5, 2012
Chapter 4—Addressing in an Enterprise Network
Discuss the Use of NAT and PAT
Discuss Static NAT and Dynamic NAT
Using PAT
Complete lab 4.4.4 configuring and verifying PAT
Web Design—Week 6
LESSON 1—FIREWORKS BITMAP EDITING
OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this chapter, you should be able to:
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Define the difference between bitmap and vector graphics
Identify elements of the Fireworks interface
Create and set up a new Fireworks document
Make selections in Bitmap mode
Edit bitmap images
LESSON 2—WORKING WITH VECTOR GRAPHICS
OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this chapter, you should be able to:
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Combine simple shapes to create complex objects
Select points and paths in vector graphics
Use the ruler and guides for drawing
Draw with the basic drawing tools
Rotate objects
Scale objects
Use the eyedropper tool to sample color
Trim the canvas and fit the canvas to your objects
S04. Standard 4:
A. Apply appropriate communication design principles in published and presented projects.
01. Format text, select color, insert graphics and include multimedia components in student-created
media/communication products.
B. Create, publish and present information, utilizing formats appropriate to the content and audience.
02. Use technology to publish information in electronic form (e.g., Web, multimedia, digital video, electronic portfolio).
(09)
S05. Standard 5:
D. Evaluate choices of electronic resources and determine their strengths and limitations. (09-12).
01Choose a topic and identify appropriate electronic resources to use, citing the name and date of the resource
database archive collection. (10)
Monday, October 1, 2012
Study for test over Dreamweaver
Take online test over DreamWeaver
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Start Fireworks
LESSON 1 FIREWORKS pg. 17-23
Using the magic want tool
Using the lasso tool
Using the rubber stamp tool
Using the brush tool
Wednesday, October3, 2012
LESSON 2 FIREWORKS pg. 26-27
Working with a vector graphic
Selecting a grouped object
Selecting parts of a grouped object
Selecting objects hidden behind other objects
Displaying rulers and guides
Pass out Photo Assignment
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Work on photo assignment
Friday, October 5, 2012
Finish the photo assignment (this is the last day)