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brief explanation of infographics and how they can be used in a high school yearbook.

brief explanation of infographics and how they can be used in a high school yearbook.

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  • 1. An Example of a Simple Infographic for this Yearbook Class! . People Who Do the Reading Every Week People Who Glance over the Reading People Who Do SOME of the Reading People Who Say, "What Reading? There was a reading assignment?"
  • 2. • So an infographic is just a way of sharing information (usually statistics or other numbers) in a visually appealing way. For example, would you rather read this REPORT about dyslexia…or this INFOGRAPHIC?
  • 3. 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 This infographic could be an interesting “extra story” on the sophomore class pages, since sophomores take driver’s ed. Freshmen Sophomores Juniors Number of students Who've received a speeding ticket. Seniors
  • 4. Assignment #1: Take a look at some other schools’ yearbooks. Find an infographic: • That you like • That might work in our HHS yearbook if we put in our own data. AND…
  • 5. Assignment #2: Choose one of the “Awesome Infographic Ideas” from the Assignments page on the wiki and make it happen. * * Full details about these two assignments can be found on the wiki on the Assignment page,