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Anti smoking mini-project Anti smoking mini-project Presentation Transcript

  • The TRUTH aboutsmoking Mini-Project
  • Take a look at the following anti-tobacco print advertisements. What do they have in common?
  • Each is a CREATIVE advertisement that uses TEXT and IMAGES to convey a FACTabout the DANGERS of SMOKING.
  • Your Objective: Create an effectiveanti-tobacco advertisement.
  • It Must: be neat, appealing, and CREATIVE. include well-writtenTEXT. contain appropriate IMAGES. convey a FACT from thetruth.com.about the DANGERS of SMOKING.
  • It Must:be CREATIVE.~ appealing to the eye~ neatly done~ eye-catching
  • It Must:include well-writtenTEXT.~ no grammar or spelling mistakes~ legible font~ Do not include your name on the advertisement.
  • It Must:contain appropriate IMAGES.~ Be creative with your choices. Theimage(s)should “match” your fact~ You may use Google to find images.~ All images must be appropriate for school.~ Set your SafeSearch settings to“strict”.
  • It Must: convey a FACT from the PDF uploadedto my site. ~ Read through the facts to choose one that truly interests you. Don’t just choose one of the first ten because they’re at the top.
  • It Must:be about the DANGERS of SMOKING.~ You may put the fact in your own words, but do not CHANGE the information.~ The fact must “make sense” for the anti-tobacco advertisement. Non-examples:~ You may add extra text or a catchy slogan.~ Be creative, but use your OWN ideas...don’t steal someone else’s.
  • It Must:~ be emailed to me before 7:50 on Wednesday, October 24.~ be an .jpg image. (Instructions for exporting a Keynote presentation into an image file are in the video I created.)~ have the file name:firstname.lastname.anti.tobacco.jpg (using your first and last name...of course.)~ be well done. These will be published on the Internet. Take pride in your work! You never know where it might reappear.
  • You May:~ ask the substitute for help.~ use Photoshop, Illustrator, or Keynote.~ brainstorm today and work on the final draft Thursday, Friday, and over the weekend.~ watch the Keynote tutorial I uploaded to my website if you want to hear some tips and tricks I use to make my Keynotes.
  • It Must: be neat, appealing, and CREATIVE. include well-writtenTEXT. contain appropriate IMAGES. convey a FACT from thetruth.com.about the DANGERS of SMOKING.
  • What is wrong with the following anti-tobacco advertisement?
  • ‣ You can’t read the font.‣ There is a blue box with a plus sign in it.‣ The student wrote his name on the advertisement.‣ The blue background is not suitable for an advertisement.‣ The pictures are random--do not convey any message whatsoever.‣ The bottom left-hand image has a watermark.‣ The grammar/spelling is atrocious.‣ Some of the images are falling off the page.‣ There are text box lines all over the place.‣ The (illegible fact) is not about the “dangers” of smoking.