Goals of the course
The course should provide knowledge about designing web pages, as well as
multimedia programs and skills in using these. The course should also provide a
knowledge of how web sites are designed and set up.
Goals that pupils should have attained on completion of the course
be able to create and design a user-friendly web site with links and multimedia
be able to create graphics, video and sound objects in correct and optimised
be able to create simple animations,
be able to use different software to create Web sites,
be familiar with the performance of different browsers and their other
be able to use graphics, video and sound editing programs,
have a knowledge of the most important statements in the language, its
functions and syntax,
have a knowledge of copyright rules and other regulations of importance in
have a basic knowledge of the structure of web sites, as well as be able to
analyse their design.
Pupils give examples of how copyright rules and other regulations influence
Pupils present descriptions of the most important statements in the language.
Pupils search under supervision for the facts needed for work tasks.
Pupils use the Internet with sound judgement.
Criteria for Pass with distinction
Pupils carry out web design with accuracy and care, and rapidly achieve
Pupils create on their own objects and simple animations.
Pupils apply the rules of copyright and other regulations in their work.
Pupils independently obtain information for work tasks from different
Criteria for Pass with special distinction
Pupils carry out their work tasks in a way that is virtually professional.
Pupils choose solutions with respect to design and function, as well as with
respect to security, costs, legislation and ethics.