I grouped days 3-5, 8-10 and 14 together to teach just the HTML separate from the other styles. Then gave extra credit for them to research the other styles and codes to teach something new to the students. Do to the fact I myself felt overwhelmed (not being a "CS major"), and some students already knew a lot more than I did. So maybe in the following years after I feel better I will add that in to this introduction course. But attached are the handouts I gave and created.
This didn't take 7 days... it is just the notes of what we went through together in class, and what I posted for kids that missed class or needed to hear explanations again I had handouts for them... so I wouldn't label any of theses as day 1, day 2 material... it is just the flow of things. But I will insert them into this document the order I went in. If there is any questions that you have that may not be spelled out in the documents let me know. We did a gallery walk at the end and students graded each others work, left post-its on the computers with suggestions and accolades. Then students handed into me a snap shot of their HTML page(s) and also the code file (txt)... so I could keep it on record for samples next year and it was an easy way for me to look up codes on CSS and what they did to create things for those that have been working on computers a lot long than me
Unit 3-basic HTML
Unit 3-basic HTML first print out
Basic HTML part II
HTML #3 picture insert
Intro page for final project #3
first page add on's