Presentation on theme: " Using the pattern of 3 words in headlines, captions, dividers, and titles can really make this book stand out. 3 strong words can emphasize elements."— Presentation transcript:
Using the pattern of 3 words in headlines, captions, dividers, and titles can really make this book stand out. 3 strong words can emphasize elements in this years book and make it stand out more than all the other previous years. Cooperating photos with each word can be a way to emphasize a spread.
As students, we basically live at school. Many of us practically spend our teen years developing and prepping ourselves for life here at Legacy. Eat. Sleep. Legacy. Is suppose to describe how we, as a student body, are dedicated to Legacy. People dedicated to sports, clubs, and any academics can easily relate to this theme.
This book can be a chronological book (: Why? Because it would capture events and moments that happen in order. Using chronological can make the choosing of events more organized throughout the book.
Readers want a yearbook that is honest and captures the most important yet interesting events of the year. Including: › Highlights of main events Wins OR losses of games. Interesting, everyday stories that aren’t usually repeatable. Any story that is unique that will capture the aspect of students being able to show their dedication to school as possible. The use of normal text, italicized, and bold text makes the importance of the words clear to the reader.
Can inspire our students by showing how interested and involved we are with Legacy. Shows the community how we are involved in our school academically, physically, and as a whole. I personally like this theme because it wasn’t chosen off the given list and because it can relate to every student. :D
The three word pattern used with the theme is suppose to express and create unique excitement throughout the whole book by the use of strong adjectives and words that describe the section or element itself.
The complete concept of pulling the theme together: › 1 st word: Strong adjective describing the movement or feeling of the subject or story. › 2 nd word: Adjective describing the subject or what the story is about. › 3 rd word: Word or concept itself that relates to adjectives describing it.
Determined. Grasp. Educated. Describes the work ethic and educational grasp of students at Legacy.
Animate. Live. Exist. At school, every student has an exciting story of how they relate legacy in their lives outside and inside of school. › What they like to do outside of school. › How they feel about it. › Including/relating clubs, sports, certain academic group.
Better. Faster. Stronger. Legacy sports teams and clubs are always improving and striving to be the best. The use of the bold word “stronger” definitely describes what we have become in the sports department generally.
Physical. Emotional. People. As a student body, we are all unique in physical and emotional ways. The use of physical and emotional are self explanatory to who we are as students.
Promote. Publicize. Deal. Our ads section is suppose to promote businesses that Legacy Yearbook is supporting. We make deals with these businesses, and publically promote them through our ads section.
Bond. Cooperate. Unite. Our clubs and their environments describe how we unite and bond to share our interests.
Visual › Use of bold, italicize, and normal text. › Photos along with strong words used. › Trademark of circles or solid lines to show how flowing yet precise the book is. Verbal › The use of strong adjectives. › Honesty and unique stories the theme is trying to portray. › The dedication through stories that are not repeatable.