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4.3 | Open-Ended Questions
STEP 1 - LEARN Look at the 7-Minute Starter Visual Variety Checklist, reading the list of types of photos that should be considered for every spread. Clarify any questions about what each type is.
STEP 2 - PRACTICE Use the checklist on Handout 4.3a and look at the following yearbook spreads together to discuss the photographic strategies that were used.
Castleview High School [CO]
Dos Pueblos High School [CA]
Glenbrook South High School [IL]
Green Valley High School [NV]
Mounds Park Academy [MN]
STEP 3 - USE Using Handout 4.3b – Visual Clip File, study magazines, newspapers and websites for creative approaches to presenting visual content. Bring this work back to the class to discuss.
6.1 | Quick Reads. STEP 1 – LEARN Alternative Story Formats, or Quick Reads, help tell the story in a visual and fun way. Quick Reads require less writing,
7.3 | Headlines.
3.1 | Theme. STEP 1 - LEARN View this presentation to understand the purpose of a theme and how it is developed.
Social Media: Instagram. STEP 1 - LEARN Students will study how experts use text and photos to draw responses in social media. For each post, discuss:
MODULE 5: CONTENT Content A variety of VERBAL formats contribute to storytelling content. THERE ARE DEFINITELY TIMES WHEN WORDS TELL A STORY BEST.
1.3 | Covering the Year. STEP 1 - LEARN View this presentation and take notes on the verbal and visual elements of a yearbook. Use Handout 1.3 – Yearbook.
7.3 | Headlines. Head’s Up It only makes sense that the largest type on the spread captures and keeps your readers’ interest with well-written and creatively.
MODULE 5: CONTENT. There are definitely times when words tell the story best. Visual appeal makes verbal elements more interesting.
Curriculum ~ Theme In-Depth Theme Capturing the attention of your audience with flare and creativity.
Social Media Ethics. STEP 1 - LEARN Today, you will learn ethical guidelines for using social media to enhance creation of the yearbook.
6.4 | Quick Reads & Basic Design. STEP 1 – LEARN View this presentation to understand how Alternative Story Formats, or Quick Reads, can be added to a.
Good design helps the reader focus on content!. Dominance: achieved by making a content element significantly larger so that it becomes a focal point.
5.2 | Yearbook Design.
ΜΕΤΑΣΥΛΛΕΚΤΙΚΗ ΦΥΣΙΟΛΟΓΙΑ ΕΡΓΑΣΤΗΡΙΟ 3. Μετασυλλεκτική Εργ3-Λιοσάτου Γ.2 ΒΙΟΛΟΓΙΚΟΙ ΠΑΡΑΓΟΝΤΕΣ ΠΟΥ ΕΠΗΡΕΑΖΟΥΝ ΤΗ ΦΘΟΡΑ ΤΩΝ ΟΠΩΡΟΚΗΠΕΥΤΙΚΩΝ Αναπνοή Η λειτουργία.
3.2 | Theme Matching. STEP 1 - LEARN Using Start Right Handout Theme Matching, identify the cover that matches each spread shown in this presentation.
3.2 | Verbal Spin-Offs.
Using Photo Story 3 to Create a Digital Story TEC-551 Multimedia Instructional Strategies Content Standard 8.0 Students speak using organization, style,
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