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CBSE Class 11 Multimedia And Web Technology (2019)
One Theory Paper Duration: 3 hours (Total Marks: 70)
|Unit No.||Unit Name||Periods|
|1||Introduction To Computer Systems||22||8||30||15|
|4||Multimedia And Authoring Tools||30||15||45||10|
Class 11 Multimedia and Web Technology Syllabus (Detailed)
Unit 1: Introduction to Computer System
Computer Organization (basic concepts): CPU, Memory (Primary and Secondary), I/O devices
Input devices: Keyboard, Keyboard layout (QWERTY and INSCRIPT), Mouse, Light pen, Touch Screen, Graphics Tablet, Microphone, OCR, Scanner, Smart Card reader, Barcode reader, Biometric sensor, Web Camera
Output Devices: Monitor/Visual Display Unit (VDU), LCD screen, Television, Printer (Dot Matrix Printer, Desk jet/ Inkjet/ Bubblejet Printer, Laser Printer), Plotter, Speaker
Secondary Storage Devices: Fixed and Removable Storage – Hard Disk Drive, CD/DVD Drive, Pen Drive, Blue Ray Disk, Flash Drive, Memory cards Memory Units: Bit, Byte, Kilo Byte (210=1024 Byte), MegaByte, GigaByte, TeraByte, Peta Byte
Primary Memory: Cache, RAM, ROM
Types of Software: System Software, Utility Software, and Application Software
Operating System, Language Processors – Compiler, Interpreter and Assembler
Need for an operating system, functions of the operating system (processor management, memory management, file management, and device management) Commonly used operating systems: UNIX, Linux, Windows, Solaris, BOSS (Bharat Operating System Solutions), Mobile OS –Symbian, Android, iOS Note: Students/Teachers can also perform similar operation on any operating system like Linux, Bharti OOS, Windows. It is advised that the teacher while using any one operating system, give a demonstration of equivalent features for the other operating system.
General features, Elements of desktop – taskbar, icon, start button, shortcuts, folder, recycle bin, my computer
Start Menu: Program, documents, settings, find/search, help, run, shutdown/logoff
Program Menu: Accessories – calculator, text editor, image editor, entertainment (such as sound recorder, media player)
Control Panel Add new hardware, add new software, printer installation, date/time settings, mouse and regional settings, customization of the taskbar, start menu, display properties (wallpaper, font settings, color settings, screen savers)
Antivirus, file management tools, compression tools and disk management tools (disk cleanup, disk defragmenter, backup), font converters especially for Indian Languages
General Purpose Application software: Office Tools – word processor, presentation tool, spreadsheet package, database management system Specific Purpose Application software: Domain-specific tools – school management system,
inventory management system, purchasing system, human resource management system, payroll system, financial accounting, hotel management, reservation system and weather forecasting system, etc.
Unit 2: Web Page Development
www, Hyper Text Transfer Protocol(HTTP), File Transfer Protocol(FTP), TCP/IP, PPP, Domain names, URL, IP Address, Website, Web browser, Web Server, Web Hosting
Content creation: creating HTML document using a text editor, saving HTML document, editing a HTML document, viewing HTML documents in a web browser, switching between text editor and web browser windows to view changes
Browsers: Mozila firefox, google chrome, internet explorer, netscape navigator, safari, opera
Web Page Authoring Using HTML:
Basic Concepts: Concept of tags and attributes, difference between container tag and empty tag,
Physical and logical tags
Structural Tags of HTML: <HTML>, <HEAD>, <TITLE>, <BODY> Attributes of <BODY> (BGCOLOR, BACKGROUND, LINK, ALINK, VLINK, TEXT)
Inserting Breaks: Line break <BR>, section break <HR>, Attributes of <HR> (WIDTH, ALIGN, SIZE, NOSHADE, COLOR)
Creating Paragraphs: <P>, Attributes of <P> (ALIGN)
Formatting Tags of HTML:<SMALL>, <BIG>, <B>, <I>, <U>, <EM>, <BLOCKQUOTE>, <PRE>, <SUB>, <SUP>, <STRIKE>, <ADDRESS>, Adding Comments in HTML (<!– –>), Heading tag (<H1> to <H6>), Attributes of Heading tag (ALIGN), <FONT> tag, <BASEFONT>, Attributes of <FONT> and <BASEFONT> (SIZE, COLOR, FACE)
Creating Lists: Ordered Lists: <OL>, <LI>, Attributes of <OL> (TYPE, START, VALUE); Unordered
Lists : <UL>, <LI>, Attributes of <UL>( (TYPE- disc, circle, square), Definition List : <DL>, <DT>, <DD>
Creating Links: Internal linking using <A NAME> and <A HREF>, external linking using <A HREF>, e-
Mail linking using <A HREF> Concept of URL: Absolute URL and Relative URL
Inserting Images: Inserting inline images using <IMG>, Attributes of <IMG> (SRC, ALIGN, WIDTH,
HEIGHT, ALT, BORDER)
Adding Music and Movie:
Adding music using <A HREF>, <EMBED> and <AUDIO>, Attributes of <EMBED> (SRC, ALIGN, WIDTH, HEIGHT, LOOP, AUTOSTART, HIDDEN), Attributes of <AUDIO> (autoplay, controls, loop, muted, preload, src) Adding movie using <A HREF>, <EMBED> and <VIDEO>, Attributes of <EMBED> (SRC, ALIGN, WIDTH, HEIGHT, LOOP, AUTOSTART, HIDDEN), Attributes of <VIDEO> (autoplay, controls, loop, muted, preload, height, width, src)
Creating Tables: Creating Table using <TABLE>, Attributes of <TABLE> (BORDER, BGCOLOR, BACKGROUND, ALIGN, CELLSPACING, CELLPADDING, WIDTH, HEIGHT, BORDERCOLOR) Creating rows and columns in a table using <TH>, <TR>, <TD>, Attributes of <TH>, <TR>, <TD> (ALIGN, VALIGN, COLSPAN, ROWSPAN) Adding headings for a table using <CAPTION>, Attribute of <CAPTION>(ALIGN)
Creating Frames: Dividing the window into two or more frames using <FRAME> and <FRAMESET>, Use of percentage dimensions and relative dimensions while dividing the window, use of <NOFRAMES></NOFRAMES> Attributes of <FRAMESET> (ROWS, COLS, BORDER, FRAMEBORDER) Attributes of <FRAME> (SRC, NAME, FRAMEBORDER, HEIGHT, WIDTH, MARGINHEIGHT, MARGINWIDTH, SCROLLING, NORESIZE)
Creating Forms: Forms for data collection which can be – written to a file, submitted to a database or emailed to someone
Creating Forms using <FORM>, Attributes of <FORM> (NAME, ACTION, METHOD) Creating Form Interface elements – text box, password box, file selection box, hidden box, checkbox, radio button, button, submit button, reset button using the <INPUT>, Attributes of <INPUT> applicable with different interface elements (NAME, SIZE, VALUE, ALIGN, MAXLENGTH,
CHECKED, TYPE) Multiline input using <TEXTAREA>, Attributes of <TEXTAREA> (NAME, ROWS, COLS, WRAP) Dropdown list or scrolling list using <SELECT> and <OPTION>, Attributes of <SELECT> (NAME, SIZE, MULTIPLE /SINGLE)
Document Object Model: Concept and Importance of Document Object Model, Static Vs Dynamic HTML documents
Cascading Style Sheets:
Introduction to Cascading Style Sheet (CSS): Creating inline, embedded and external cascading stylesheets using <STYLE>, <DIV>, <SPAN> and <LINK>; Attribute of <DIV> and <SPAN> (STYLE), Attributes of <LINK> (REL, TYPE, HREF)
Font Properties: FONT-FAMILY, FONT-STYLE, FONT-SIZE, FONT-VARIANT, FONT-WEIGHT and COLOR
Text Properties: COLOR, WORD-SPACING, LETTER-SPACING, TEXT-DECORATION, VERTICAL-ALIGN, TEXT-TRANSFORM, TEXT-ALIGN, TEXT-INDENT, LINE-HEIGHT
Background Properties: BACKGROUND-COLOR, BACKGROUND-IMAGE, BACKGROUND-REPEAT
Margin Properties: MARGINS (all values)
Padding Properties: PADDING (all values)
Border Properties: BORDER (all values)
Positioning: Absolute and Relative
Additional Features: Assigning classes
XML-eXtensible Markup Language: Introduction, features, advantages
Structure of XML: Logical structure, Physical structure
XML Markup: Element Markup (example: <foot>Hello</foot>), Attribute Markup
(example: <! element.name property= “value”> )
Naming rules for elements, attributes and descriptors
Components in XML:Tags, Elements, Root element, Attributes, Entities
Comments in XML
Developing DTD: Element Declaration in a DTD: <!ELEMENT elementname (content-type)>
Entity Declarations, Declaring Empty Elements, Container Elements, Unrestricted Elements,
Element Content Model
Element Occurrence Indicators: ? ,*,+
Character Content: PCDATA (Parseable Character data) <! ELEMENT text(#PCDATA)>
Well Formed XML Documents, Valid XML Documents
Document Type Declaration (DTD) – Internal and External DTD
Validating an XML document using a DTD
Developing a DTD, Developing a DTD from XML Code, either automatically or manually
Viewing XML in a web browser, Viewing XML using the XML Data Source Object
Unit 3: Web Scripting
Unary Operators: +, -, ++, —
Binary Operators :
Arithmetic Operators: +, -, *, /, %
Assignment Operators : =, +=, – =, *=, /=, %=
Comparison Operators: <, >, <=, >=, !=, ==
Logical Operators: &&, ||, !
String Operator: + (for concatenation)
Bitwise Operators : &, |, ~, ^, <<, >>
Conditional Operator: ?:
Conditional statements: if, else, else if.., switch case, break and default statement
Loops: for, while, do while loops, continue statement
Define a function, execute a function, return statement, function using arguments, Scope of
with control objects (Button, reset and submit objects, checkbox objects, and radio objects,
select objects, password, text, textarea object)
Responding to events: onLoad, onUnload, onFocus, onBlur, onChange, onMouseOver
new operator, object() constructor
toLowerCase(), toUpperCase(), toString()
getMilliseconds(), getMinutes(), getMonth(), getSeconds(), getTime()
Unit 4: Multimedia and Authoring Tools
Concept of Multimedia: Picture/Graphics, Audio, Video Digital Images and Digital Image representation, animation, morphing Image Formats: TIFF, BMP, JPG/JPEG, GIF, PDF, PSD, PIC Applications: Poster Design, Still pictures, colored layout, Designing of books, magazines brochures(children’s literature, narrative text handling, scripts in Indian Languages, picture
books, comics, illustrations with photographs, scientific illustrations, conceptual illustrations, handling of assignment for the market) Image Scanning with the help of scanner: Setting up a resolution, size, file formats of images, bitonal, greyscale and color options, preview the image Graphics Tools: Image Editing Software (Photoshop / Coreldraw/GIMP) Basic Concepts of Image Creation: Introduction Interface elements of the tool: menus, toolbox, color control icons, mode control icons, window controls icons Creating new images, saving images and opening existing images Image Handling: Cropping, adjusting image size, adjusting the size of the work canvas, rotating selections, scaling an object Operations on Layers: Adding new layers, dragging and pasting selected objects on to layers, dragging layers between files, viewing, hiding, editing, moving, copying, duplicating, deleting, merging layers, preserving layers, using adjustment layers
Channels and Masks: Channel palette: showing and hiding channels, splitting channels in to separate images, merging channels, creating a quick mask, editing masks using quick mask mode Painting and Editing: Brushes palette: brush shape, creating and deleting brushes, creating custom brushes, setting brush options, saving, loading and appending brushes
Options palette: opacity, pressure, exposure, paint fade-out rate, making, adjusting, moving, copying, extending, reducing, pasting and deleting selections using selection tools, softening the edges of a selection, hiding a selection border
Sound: Recording sound using Sound Recorder (Capture), sound capture through sound editing software (ex: Sound Forge), sound editing (noise correction, effect enhancement) Importing audio files from external devices and saving them
Voice Recording Software: e.g. Audacity, Speech recorder Sound File Format: AIFF (Audio Input File Format from Apple Mac), MIDI, WAV, MP3, ASF (Streaming format from Microsoft)
Class XI (Practical)
Duration: 3 hours (Total Marks: 30)
1. Hands-on Experience
- Web pages should be designed with the following features:
- HTML Basic Tag (<HTML>/<HEAD>/<TITLE>/<BODY>/<B>/<I>/<U>/<BR>/<HR>)
- Anchor/Image insertion/Linking
- XML Markup / Declarations / Element Content Model
Note: During the lab sessions, it is advised to explore hardware components available in the Computer
2. Practical File
The practical file should be made on some domain specific area (with supporting documents and printouts) such as
- Make a web page on topics such as ‘Swachh Bharat’, ‘Beti Bachao’, ‘Crime against Poor
Community’, ‘How can I serve my country’ or on any topic of your choice and view it in the
- Link few more pages to the developer page, containing related information. (Use HTML tags to make a Static web page)
- Use inline styling to change the appearance of contents on the web page.
- Use Stylesheets (embedding or linking) to change the appearance of all the pages developed in the above case.
- Enhance the above web site by providing data in table format and add images edited using the Image Editing Tool learnt.
- Collect user information through a form (for feedback etc.). Display selected user details using message box (e.g. saying “Thank you for visiting the website”).
3. Project (05)
1. Website of a student containing personal information about the student such as email address, photograph, likes, dislikes, hobbies, class, school name, achievements, favorite restaurant, favorite tourist places, the ultimate aim of life, a message to mankind, role model.
2. Website of a School providing information of the school containing Moto of school, a photograph of school, a brief description of the school, name of the principal, facilities and infrastructure, sports, faculty and departments information, results and achievements of students.
3. e-shopping website providing information about types of items, a brief description of each item with pictures, price list, online ordering, and billing.
4. Website of “Tourism in a State” to provide the information about various tourist places, various modes of journey available, types of hotels available, online booking etc.
5. Your blog in an Indian language.
- For developing the website collect real information from various sources.
- It is advised to break up the above-mentioned case studies into smaller modules as per coverage of the course.
- Teachers can provide alternative case studies of a similar kind.
- Project development can be done in groups and can be accessed by other groups and teacher. The teacher can use the average marks as the final marks.
- The project will be accessed on the following rubrics: Originality, Innovation, Aesthetics, Techniques.
- Teachers may encourage peer group assessment of group projects
5. Viva Voce (05)
During the final practical examination, oral questions will be asked from the syllabus covered in class
XI and the project developed by the student(s).
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