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  • 1. coverage you can count on If you can count to 3, you can tell a fresh story that everyone will want to read
  • 2. coverage you can count on
    • been there - done that
      • homecoming…
      • basketball game…
      • Spanish club…
      • assemblies…
      • English class…
  • 3. coverage you can count on
    • consider…
    • five senses for visual/verbal storytelling
    • topics with collective experiences (activities, events, issues)
    • same topics individualized (personal accounts)
    • daily routines dissected
    • relationships
    • news value (prominence, proximity, timeliness, oddity, conflict)
    • meaning of involvement in clubs/organizations
    • sports – the difference between practice
    • & games
  • 4.
    • 3-step process
      • list people affected by or involved in main topic/story idea
      • list activities that the people do (1)before, (2)during and (3)after the main topic/story idea
      • list key words that describe the activities and the main topic/story idea
    coverage you can count on
  • 5.
    • step 1 people affected by or involved in homecoming
      • football players
      • cheerleaders
      • marching band
      • alumni
      • parents
      • managers/trainers
    coverage you can count on homecoming
    • fans
  • 6.
    • step 2 -- list activities that the people do (1)before, (2)during and (3)after homecoming
      • football players
        • thursday pasta dinner hosted by parents (before)
        • sideline cheering (during)
        • watch tapes on Saturday morning (after)
      • marching band
        • practice at 5:00 p.m. (before)
        • perform halftime show (during)
        • load the truck for Saturday’s contest (after)
      • fans
        • join the rowdy “blue crew” to cheer (during)
        • call friends, check weather to see what to wear (before)
        • meet team outside locker room to congratulate
        • them (after)
    coverage you can count on
  • 7.
    • step 2a -- homecoming
      • football players
        • thursday pasta dinner hosted by parents - GRAPHIC
        • sideline cheering - PHOTO
        • watch tapes on Saturday morning - COACH’S CORNER
      • marching band
        • practice at 5:00 p.m. - PHOTO/Q&A
        • perform halftime show - PHOTO/REACTION QUOTES
        • load the truck for Saturday’s contest - COPY
      • fans
        • join the rowdy “blue crew” to cheer - PHOTO COLLECTION
        • call friends, check weather to see what to wear
        • – PHOTO WITH LINEAR PULLOUTS
        • meet team outside locker room to congratulate
        • them - PANORAMIC PHOTO
    coverage you can count on
  • 8.
    • step 3 list key words that describe homecoming
      • football players
        • hungry
        • noise
        • groggy
      • marching band
        • hot
        • intense
        • dreaded
      • fans
        • rowdy
        • colorful
        • spirited
    coverage you can count on
  • 9.
    • why step 3?
      • helps create tone or mood for writers/editors and designers (W.E.D.)
      • everyone working towards same goal
      • allows for headline 3-step process
    coverage you can count on
  • 10.
    • headline process
      • list rhyming words for key words
      • find phrases/idioms for key words
      • replace rhyming word for key word to create “feature-type” headline (does not work for “news” headlines)
    coverage you can count on
  • 11.
    • headline process
      • fans cheering (during) PHOTO
        • 1 - NOISE: boys/toys/poise
        • 2 - boys will be boys/toys R us
        • 3 - “noise R us”
    coverage you can count on
  • 12.
    • step 1-- English classes
      • students (be specific -- freshman, sophomore…)
      • esl students
      • teachers
      • parents
      • media support
    coverage you can count on
  • 13. coverage you can count on 10 th grade Esl students media support 9 th grade 11 th grade parents teachers English 12 th grade
  • 14.
    • step 2 -- English classes
      • sophomores
        • reading cliff notes during homeroom (before)
        • answering questions (during)
        • searching the internet for book report ideas (after)
      • esl students
        • reading with tutor (before)
        • listening to other students (during)
        • study group with other esl students (after)
      • teachers
        • creating ppt. lecture for discussion points (before)
        • passing back papers (during)
        • grading pile of book reports (after)
    coverage you can count on
  • 15.
    • English classes
    coverage you can count on coverage you can count on projects getting help using internet required reading cooperative learning research teachers Sophomore English writing
  • 16.
    • English classes
    coverage you can count on coverage you can count on (before) selecting topic (during) presentation (before) expectations (before) selecting groups (during) research (after) evaluation (during) outside resources projects (during) problems
  • 17.
    • step 2a -- English class
      • sophomores
        • reading cliff notes during homeroom - YES/NO CHART
        • answering questions - LISTS
        • searching the internet for book report ideas - PHOTO
      • esl students
        • reading with tutor - Q&A
        • listening to other students - PHOTOS
        • study group with other esl students - TOP 10 THINGS
      • teachers
        • creating powerpoint lecture - CHART or PHOTO
        • passing back papers - ACTION/REACTION
        • grading pile of book reports - QUOTE
    coverage you can count on
  • 18.
    • step 3 -- English class
      • sophomores
        • tired
        • intent
        • computer
      • esl students
        • book
        • listen
        • crazy
      • teachers
        • helpful
        • yippee
        • yuk
    coverage you can count on
  • 19.
    • headline process
      • reading with tutor (before) Q&A
        • 1 - BOOK: took/look/crook/
        • 2 - took it to the bank/stop, look and listen/catch the crook
        • 3 - “stop, book and listen”
    coverage you can count on
  • 20. 1-dimensional coverage plan for english class
  • 21.
    • 50 Ways to Tell Your Story
    • Top 10 idea
    • 2. Narrative-quote/transition story
    • 3. First person anecdote
    • 4. Lists-data from polls and surveys
    • 5. Questions and answer
    • 6. Headline story caption- (usually the dominant)
    • 7. Quotes/anecdotes
    • 8. Advice/how to tips
    • 9. Fun facts
    • 10. FYI box
    • 11. Personality sketches/profiles
    • 12. Summary lists/checklists
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    • 13. Infographics (pie, bar, line, table, map, diagram)
    • 14. Schedules/calendars
    • 15. For more info. boxes
    • 16. Scoreboards
    • 17. Quizzes
    • 18. Glossaries
    • 19. Cartoons/illustrations (only very good one)
    • Logos (art/typography)
    • 21. Opposites attract idea (for sure/no way, calm/crazy, get real/for real, conservative/bizarre)
    • 22. Highlights
    • 23. Definitions
    • 24. Factoids/ figures
    • 25. Timelines
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    • 26. Laughlines/bloopers
    • 27. Best/worst
    • 28. He said/She said
    • 29. Thumbs up/down
    • 30. Five W’s & H
    • 31. Who’s who
    • 32. Intro paragraph with quotes, anecdotes or lists
    • Checklists
    • 34. Map
    • 35. Chronology
    • 36. Pro/con
    • 37. Reaction
    • 38. Personal accounts
    • 39. Round tables
    • 40. A to Z
  • 24. 41. Stats box 42. Multiple choice 43. Matching 44. Excerpts 45. Requests to readers 46. Step-by-step guides 47. Fill in the blanks 48. Bio Box 49. Photo cluster w/gang caption 50. Photos depicting sequence of events
  • 25. passing back papers - ACTION/REACTION
  • 26. searching the internet for book report ideas - PHOTO(S)
  • 27. study group with other esl students - TOP 10 THINGS
  • 28. answering questions - LISTS
  • 29. grading pile of book reports - QUOTE
  • 30. reading with tutor - Q&A
  • 31. creating powerpoint lecture - CHART or PHOTO
  • 32. 3-dimensional coverage plan for english class
  • 33. 1-dimensional coverage plan for english class
  • 34. 3-dimensional coverage plan for english class
  • 35.
    • Today’s readers are selective and reluctant
    • Rethink use of white space
    • Help reader focus on coverage modules
      • internal spacing
        • level 1 - creates packages (0-3pts)
        • level 2 - standard (1 pica)
        • level 3 - creates emphasis
        • (1 grid/3-5 picas wide)
    coverage you can count on
  • 36. LIFESTYLES Morning Routines Waking Up In the Morning Getting Ready Eating Breakfast Getting To School Arrival Times Modes of Transportation Between-Class Routines Passing Periods Being Tardy Lunch Cafeteria Brown-Baggers Detention At School Being Grounded Weekends Saturday Morning Sunday Activities Fads Games Slang Bedrooms Having To Share Keeping It Clean Hangouts Favorite Fast Food Places Parking Lot Sports Events Entertainment Television Addicts Going To Movies Music Preferences Concerts School Dances, Events Special Events Graduation Homecoming School Performances Prom Jobs Strange Jobs Working For Parents Reasons For Working Spending Money Credit Cards Checking Accounts Layaways/Payment Plans Summer Sleeping In Late Summer School Traveling Leisure Activities After-School Practices Individual Sports Hobbies/Collections Self-Improvement Lessons Community Involvement Charity Work Church Groups
  • 37. Dating Double-Dating The First or Worst Date Blind Dates Contemporary Issues Environment/Ecology Career Choices Health Concerns Politics Family Effects of Single Parent Baby-sitting Siblings Vacations Holidays Spring Break Fashion Clothing Costs Trends Embarrassing Experiences Practical Jokes Common Mistakes Relationships Friendships With Peers With Parents With Siblings Long-Distance Lifestyles continued
  • 38. ACADEMICS Games Vocabulary/Word Games Memorization Techniques Physical Education Class Discussions Debates Current Events Computers Word/Data Processing Desktop Publishing Performances Role-Playing A Character Getting Called On In Class Choir/Band/Drama Productions Lab Experiments Dissection (Anatomy & Biology) Chemistry/Physics Physical & Science Photography Family Living/Foods Lab disasters Writing Taking Notes Outlining chapters Book reports/literary analysis Research papers Reading Reading Aloud In Class Silent Reading In Library Class Distractions Getting Teacher Off The Subject Embarrassing Situation Fire Drills Announcement Interruptions Teaching Strategies Lecture Videos/Slides Show & Tell Homework Study Habits Time & Places Rewards/Punishments Progress Reports Report Cards Grade Point Averages Extra Credit Class Rank Motivation Strategies Pretend Experiences Mock Weddings/Trials “ Flour/Egg Babies” Stock Market Simulations Support Counselors Librarians Administrators Parents
  • 39. ACADEMICS continued Group Work Cooperation Shared Success Tests Preparation Cheating (careful) High tech cheating Different kinds of tests Pop quizzes Standardized, state & national Tutoring Peer Teacher Professional Routines Attendance Getting Ready To Leave Clock-Watching Production-Based Art Yearbook/Newspaper Vocational “ Real Life” Training Financial Rewards College/Career Decision-making process Preparation Applications Visitations
  • 40. CLUBS Memberships How To Join Clubs Requirements Leadership Campaigning For Office Responsibilities Of Officers Student Government Class Officers Co-Curricular Language Clubs Computer Clubs National Honor Society Productions Choir/Band/Drama Performances Newspaper/Yearbook/Magazine Publications Competitive Intramural Clubs Academic Contests State/National Competitions Conventions Local/State/National Summer Workshops Cheerleaders/Dance Teams Band Journalism Reasons for Joining Clubs Meet Qualifications Have Special Interests College Prerequisite Meetings Business Social School Involvement Raising School Spirit Homecoming Scholarship Programs Fund-Raising Bake Sales Car Washes Other Sales Community Involvement Food Drives Charity Work Soliciting Support For School Sponsors By Choice “ Recruited” Roles/Responsibilities Parent Groups Athletic Boosters Band/Choir Parents Special Events Inductions Banquets Dances Issues Balancing Time Initiations
  • 41. SPORTS Season Coverage Win-Loss Record Season Predictions Record-Setting Events, Seasons Tournaments, Playoffs Comparison With Past Seasons Practices Specific Drills, Routines Learning Plays Differences from Games Impact On Starting Line-Up Injuries Measures Taken To Avoid Sidelined Players Recuperating Teamwork Team-Building Strategies Team Captains Sideline Support Friendships Outside Of Team Team Pictures Tryout Preparations Making The Team Waiting For Announcements Equipment Uniforms Costs Safety Requirements Facilities Inside Versus Outside Maintenance Media Coverage Local, State Newspapers Television, Radio Fan Support Players Parents/Community Coaches Cheerleaders/Dance Teams Students Booster Clubs Lack of Fan Support Competing Sports Teams In Same Season Junior Varsity Teams Individual Player Sports Coaching Strategies Motivation, Rewards Winning Versus Losing Calling Plays Halftime Activities For Players, Coaches For Fans For Support Groups Support Personnel Managers Trainers
  • 42. SPORTS continued Issues Academics Versus Athletics Steroids Pressure, Stress Budget Cutbacks Getting Psyched Up Superstitions Pre-Game Warm-Ups As A Team As An Individual Player College Recruitment Knowing A Scout Is Watching Choosing an Offer Off-Season Training Weightlifting Scrimmages Community Sports Leagues For Non-School Sports Pre-Season and Post-Season School Leagues Summer Improvement Camps
  • 43. PEOPLE Chores At Home Kinds Of Tasks Who Enforces? Best, Worst Learning To Drive Initial Experience Taking The Driver’s Test First Mishap Getting Your Picture Taken Preparation Seeing The Results Trading Pictures With Friends Siblings Fighting Baby-sitting Getting Them In Trouble Communication Trendy Slang Body Language Appearances Bad Hair Days Dress As You Feel Fashion Fads Early Morning Routines Choosing Clothes Eating Breakfast Transportation Walking Or Riding A Bicycle Riding The Bus Bumming Rides Mom/Dad Drives Driving Own Car Family Traditions Vacations Holidays Surveys & Infographs Hours Of TV Watching Music Preferences Favorite Magazines Favorite Movies Best/Worst TV Shows Best/Worst TV Commercials Favorite Food Best Concert Favorite Performers Dream Car Dream Date Wake-Up Times Sleep Times Cheap Thrills Going To The Mall Date Under $15 Summer Sleeping In Late Traveling
  • 44. PEOPLE continued Leisure Activities After-School Practices Individual Sports Hobbies/Collections Self-Improvement Lessons Elementary Losing Teeth Heroes Favorite Recess Activity Junior High/Middle School Puberty/Growing Up Latch-Key Freshmen First Day Fears Spring Break Sophomores In The Middle Syndrome Juniors Class Rings Prom Preparation College Entrance Exams Seniors Portraits Caps & Gowns Announcements Trips, Banquet, Party College, Career Days Graduation Faculty & Staff Going Back To College Moonlighting Jobs High School Flashbacks Reasons For Becoming Educator
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  • 51. Project-Organization & Content
    • 1. Consider your theme. If the theme dictates a particular organization for the book, have your ladder reflect that organization.
    • 2. Develop readers’ aids (folios/folio tabs, color, labels headlines) that will help the reader find material.
    • 3. Create a whole book link that extends the theme through the sections.
    • 4. Is there a specific organization of the content within the sections that is dictated by the theme? If there is, plan this organization.
    • 5. Develop new story ideas for each section.
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  • 59. Winter Springs High School - Cover Theme: Known What visual motifs are introduced on this cover?
  • 60.  
  • 61. Winter Springs High School - Front Endsheet Theme: Known
  • 62. Winter Springs High School - Title Page Theme: Known
  • 63. Winter Springs High School - Opening Theme: Known
  • 64. Winter Springs High School - Opening Theme: Known
  • 65. Winter Springs High School - Opening Theme: Known
  • 66. Winter Springs High School - Clubs Divider Theme: Known
  • 67. Winter Springs High School - Community Divider Theme: Known
  • 68. Winter Springs High School - Clubs Spread Theme: Known
  • 69. Winter Springs High School - People Spread Theme: Known
  • 70. Winter Springs High School - People Spread Theme: Known
  • 71. Winter Springs High School - Sports Spread Theme: Known
  • 72. Winter Springs High School - Student Life Spread Theme: Known
  • 73. Winter Springs High School - Gallery Theme: Known
  • 74. Winter Springs High School - Closing Theme: Known
  • 75. Winter Springs High School - Back Endsheet Theme: Known
  • 76. level 1 > level 2 > level 3 > level 3 > < level 2 < level 1 coverage you can count on
  • 77. level 1 > level 3 > ^ level 2 coverage you can count on
  • 78. level 1 > level 3 > ^ level 3 coverage you can count on level 2 >
  • 79. level 1 > level 3 > ^ level 3 coverage you can count on level 2 > level 3 >
  • 80. level 1 > ^ level 3 coverage you can count on level 2 >
  • 81. level 1 > < level 3 ^ coverage you can count on level 2 >
  • 82. level 1 > < level 1 < level 3 ^ level 2 coverage you can count on
  • 83. With a little extra effort, and a few new design strategies, you can COUNT (1-2-3) on a story that is told like it has never been told before !
  • 84. count me in if you have questions… Lori and Alyssa
  • 85. Add as many additional bubbles as you would like! GET READY to GET CREATIVE NAME Your complete name What does it mean? How did you get it? A prized possession Something you have accomplished Something you are passionate about An avocation Something that “ defines” you Something that you are known for A professional goal A personal goal
  • 86. GET READY to GET CREATIVE The steps needed to accomplish it. #1 The steps needed to accomplish it. #4 A way to overcome The obstacle Describe it . The steps needed to accomplish it. #2 A possible obstacle A possible complication Continue the process with the professional & personal goal bubbles. A PROFESSIONAL GOAL The steps needed to accomplish it. #3
  • 87. You are going to create a yearbook spread about YOU! 1. Brainstorming exercise 2. Angle 3. Photo collection that ties into the angle 4. Headline/Secondary headline 5. Secondary coverage possibilities 6. Module design GET READY TO GET PERSONAL
  • 88. You are going to create a yearbook spread about YOU! 7. Alternative copy format (AND copy for the competitive!) 8. Photo planning - must be candid and feature 2,3,4, small group, large group or be a candid portrait 9. Caption for photo collection and any other picture GET READY TO GET PERSONAL
  • 89. GET READY to GET CREATIVE Based on what the possession is, fill in the last four bubbles. A PRIZED POSSESSION Describe it. Where did you get it? How long have you had it? Would you sell it? How much? ? ? ? ?