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  • 1. Unit 3: Planning a Yearbook
    • Formats
    • The Order of Components
    • Number of Pages for each topic
    • Division pages
    • Ladder diagram
    • Planning color pages
    • Deadlines
    • Tecknikit items
  • 2. Formats
    • General organization of all information included.
    • Organizing by subject matter (most common)
    • Organizing chronologically
    • Organizing with originality
  • 3. Order of components
    • Title page
    • Table of contents
    • Opening section
    • Content sections
    • Advertisements
    • Index
    • Closing
    • Colophon
  • 4. Title Page
    • Title of the book
    • Year
    • Volume Number
    • School Name
    • School Address
    • City, State, Zip Code
    • Title of the book
    • Year
    • Volume Number
    • School Name
    • School Address
    • City, State, Zip Code
  • 5. Table of Contents
    • Directs the reader through the book by listing the content sections and corresponding page numbers.
  • 6. Opening Section
    • Usually consist of three to seven pages. It sets the pace for the book and presents an overview of the year using pictures and copy to develop a theme.
  • 7. Content Sections
    • Follows the opening section.
    • Includes:
      • Student life
      • Sports
      • Academics
      • Organizations/Enrichment
      • People
      • Advertisements
  • 8. Divisions Pages
    • Set apart content sections
    • Designed consistently
    • Double-page spreads
  • 9. Advertisements
    • Generally printed before the closing.
    • Area merchants, professionals and patrons can support the project by purchasing advertising space.
    • Including candids and features throughout this section increases coverage.
  • 10. Index
    • A directory that alphabetically lists the names of all students, faculty, advertisers, events and organizations and the page numbers where they can be found.
  • 11. Closing
    • Recap the school year with copy, photographics and graphics.
    • Usually three to seven pages long.
  • 12. Colophon
    • Placed behind the index or printed on the back endsheet.
    • Comprised of facts relative to the yearbook’s production.
      • Name of Book, Year and Volume
      • Number of pages, copies
      • Publisher
      • Cover specifications
      • Paperstock
      • Typefaces and sizes
      • Price of book
      • Number of staff
      • Portrait and group photographers
      • Graphic devices
      • Special effects
      • Advertising revenue
      • Expenses
      • Awards?
      • Publisher’s representative
      • Amount of film shot and number of pictures used
      • Time frame covered in book
      • Special recognitions
  • 13. The Ladder Diagram
    • Divided into signatures where you will plan 16 consecutive pages at a time.
    • Dark colored bars indicate the pages on one flat (an 8-page side) and the white bars indicate the pages on the other flat.
    • The natural double-page spread is where two facing pages naturally fall side-by-side on a signature.
  • 14. Filled out Signature
  • 15. Deadlines
    • Most staff are set up with 3 to 5 deadlines in a school year.
    • Schedule set up by the publisher, adviser and publisher’s representative.
    • Customer number assigned: 3044
    • Production begins on the pages as they are received at the plant.
    • When an entire signature is received, they are printed, folded and stored until the book is compete.
    • It is helpful to send complete signatures in each deadline shipment.
    • Missing a publisher’s deadline is crucial. Missing even by one day can mean a late delivery by several days. (first come, first serve.) When involving color, cost of color production could increase.
  • 16. Technikit items
    • Mini-rough layout sheet
    • Rough draft layout sheet
    • Art Books
    • Technicroppers
    • Advertising aides
    • Updated software program
    • Panel picture software
    • Organizational forms