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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.
7.3 | Headlines.
3.2 | Verbal Spin-Offs.
3.2 | Theme Matching. STEP 1 - LEARN Using Start Right Handout Theme Matching, identify the cover that matches each spread shown in this presentation.
MODULE 5: CONTENT Content A variety of VERBAL formats contribute to storytelling content. THERE ARE DEFINITELY TIMES WHEN WORDS TELL A STORY BEST.
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.
4.1 | Introduction to Photojournalism. STEP 1 - LEARN Watch this presentation and take notes to learn how to tell a story through photos.
PSUSpring ‘08 Mktg 442 Creative Strategy Week 3 Turn In Homework & Extra Credit.
3.1 | Theme. STEP 1 - LEARN View this presentation to understand the purpose of a theme and how it is developed.
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MODULE 5: CONTENT. There are definitely times when words tell the story best. Visual appeal makes verbal elements more interesting.
Adventure of An American Mind. National Digital Library Program Digitizing distinctive, historical Americana material from the collections of the Library.
© Boardworks Ltd of 11 Desktop Publishing Software For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation. This icon indicates the.
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Curriculum ~ Theme In-Depth Theme Capturing the attention of your audience with flare and creativity.
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,
+ Thinking about Layout DO NOW: What is layout? In 2-3 sentences write down what you think this word means?
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.
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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