Here is the lesson from today:
Today we completed the Ulysses project. If you haven’t sent me your link yet, be sure to get it to me ASAP. Remember to send it *P and CC your group-mates.
Today we looked at password and how long they take to crack. Click here for the lesson
For homework, pease do the following:
The AP CS Principles framework contains the following statement: Implementing cybersecurity has software, hardware, and human components. Based on what you’ve learned so far, describe at least one way that cybersecurity involves “human components.”
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Today we wrapped up our look at The Odyssey by reading Tennyson’s poem, Ulysses. We talked about why Odysseus might be bored with life in Ithaca. After a life of adventure, being a king on a throne can be pretty boring. We started a digital storytelling project tag we will continue tomorrow. See the lesson for details.
Today we looked at a the Vigeniere Encryoption method. You may have noticed that it is a lot harder to crack. Why? What role does the Key play.
See the lesson below:
Today we started looking at Odysseus’ revenge. He’s pretty angry at the men who have been trying to steal his kingdom and his wife. He and Telemachus go a bit…..overboard in getting.
I’ll post the full lesson when we finish tomorrow.
For homework, please read all of Book 22 (XXII). When you finish, please answer the following question:
How does Odysseus’ characterization change in this book?
Provide textual evidence to explain this change
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One Pager is due on Monday
Odysseus and his crew hit a bunch of different stops on his journey in class today. Aeolus. Scylla. Charybdis. Herlios. Let’s not forget about a place called “The Underworld” We’ll be wrapping The Odyssey in the next couple of days.
For homework, please read Book XII of The Odyssey. When you finish, summarize the events in Book XII using a Pixar Story Spine. (See the last slide of the lesson) Make sure you write it in the first person from the perspective of a sailor on Odysseus’ crew. Please email your story spine to me with *p in the subject line.
Rapid Research Project is now due on Monday
Today we looked at the confrontation between Odysseus and Polyphemus. We looked at how Odysseus uses his brains to get out of trouble instead of his sword. Here is the clip we watched in class today:
How is this an example of Odysseus using his head not his muscles?
For homework, please read pages 150-154
Explain exactly how Odysseus escapes the cave and the island
How does his own hubris mess up that escape?
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