Week 7 synchronization class Weds. Oct 14

In Class-

1.Navigation-don't make me think!

2. midterm assignment.

It's your midterm!

What should I be seeing in your folder?

Haiku ( the first project)
1-your-name.html (hello!)
2-yourname.html (Haiku)
3-your-name.html ( your poem)



in a folder called aamilne


In a folder called alphabet with a image folder


your midterm -DUE Friday Oct 16- noon


Midterm assignments:
We will be using Borges book of Imaginary Beings to create your midterm. I will assign you a being.

Here is my example to think about.

Remember to start with a folder called midterm with a images folder in it.
Your piece should look like my bamutu piece with header, and sidebars. ( you will not be doing a top header) -links will go outward to internet website. You will use at least one google font. You will thinks about all the technical aspects of this plus BEAUTY!!!! It is only one page, but should have a links to the internet.
for the body You make just cut and paste appropriate text from the internet.

here is the best of

Notes: No using manga type images- final fantasy- look for classic images (paintings- texts etc) and make at least one of your own.
Starting point reference :
Book_of_Imaginary_Beings by Jorge Luis Borges

Josh-   Haniel, Kafziel, Azriel, and Aniel - Sometimes referred to as angels, these four beasts also possessed four faces: a man's, a lion's, an ox's, and an eagle's. They also possessed four wings.

Lexie, - Ichthyocentaur - from the waist up, this creature has the form of a man, but below the waist they have the fins and tail of a fish. Their forefeet are either in the form of a lion's or a horse's

- Jinn- One of the three kinds of intelligent creatures created by Allah in Muslim tradition, Jinn are formed from smoke of fire, have five orders, can be good or evil and of either sex and can appear as clouds or in various forms or be invisible. Borges mentions various legends about them, as well as Victor Hugo's poem "Les Djinns", and the possible link between the Latin genius and Jinn.

Brianna-   The Lunar Hare - Ideas of the shapes seen in the moon range include the English "man in the moon", the legend of Cain eternally carrying thorns there, and the Chinese legend of the Lunar Hare: It jumped into a fire to feed the Buddha, who sent its soul to the moon, where it mixes the elixir of life.

Anthony-   Rukh A roc or rukh (from the Arabic and Persian رخ rokh,[1] asserted by Louis Charles Casartelli[2] to be an abbreviated form of Persian simurgh) is an enormous legendary bird of prey, often white

Nico- The Ouroboros The Ouroboros or Uroborus[2] is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail.

Connor-Peryton The peryton is a fictional animal combining the physical features of a stag and a bird, presumably originating in Jorge Luis Borges' Book of Imaginary Beings, although he refers to a lost medieval manuscript as a source.

Dan- Simurgh Simurgh (Persian: سیمرغ), also spelled simorgh, simurg, simoorg or simourv, also known as Angha (Persian: عنقا), is the modern Persian name for a benevolent, mythical flying creature.


Christian- Banshee-The "woman of the fairies" does not have a distinct shape, but is instead described by her keening wails.

Colin- Teakettler,It is said to resemble a small, stubby-legged dog with the ears of a cat. Its name comes from the sound it makes, which is akin to that of a boiling tea kettle. It only walks backwards, and steam issues from its mouth as it makes its whistle.

Pat- Chonchon-A mythical bird from the Mapuche Religion and Chilean and Argentinian folklore. It has the shape of a human head with feathers and talons; its ears, which are extremely large, serve as wings for its flight on moonless nights.

Emily-HippogriffA creature invented by Ludovico Ariosto in the 16th century in his epic Orlando Furioso, based on an expression of Virgil's denoting the impossible, "to cross griffons with horses"; the griffon [see above] being a cross between a lion and an eagle believed by Virgil's commentator Servius to loathe horses.

Tyler-Valkyrie"The chooser of the slain" from Norse Mythology.