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  1. 1. Large Masthead School logo in topat the top which corner, which isclearly stands out visible to thefrom the given reader so theybackground. The know what schoolfont is black and they are looking at.has a green glowwhich will attractreaders. Facial expression is smiling and happy which shows that sixthCover lines down form is a happy andthe left hand side of cheerful place to bethe page to tell the and that the studentsreader what sort of enjoy it.things are in themagazine. In a Strap line at bottombright yellow colour of the page, to showto match the picture the lead story that’sand stand out. included in the magazine. Use of A barcode makes the magazine look rhetorical question to professional and that it means business. target readers
  2. 2. In publisher, I decided to use a background so the front cover has agood colour scheme. I did this by pressing format, then backgroundand the screen to the left popped up; I I chose a colour that I liked.
  3. 3. For the cover lines on my front cover and my contents page, Iused the website cooltext.com to provide me with a good font formy magazine. I downloaded the font and applied it to mymagazine.
  4. 4. For my barcode and schoollogo, I used Google images tofind the image. As you can seein the in the images I used,they are appropriate for mymagazine and targetaudience.
  5. 5. Logo, large and clear at top corner of the page so the reader always knows what school it isThe masthead of thepage is right a thetop, this will be one Clear and neat text forof the first things the the reader to read andreader will see ands so they can beits large, bright and navigated through thestands out. magazine by knowing the page. Same background as the front cover so its all the same layout through Two pictures the magazine. placed at bottom of the page showing the school. The pictures are bordered to make them look neat and presentable
  6. 6. For my contents page I used some pictures, todo this I clicked on insert, picture then from fileand I chose a appropriate picture to put on mycontents page.
  7. 7. In what way does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products ? The ways in which my media product uses, develops orchallenges forms and conventions of real media products would be the way I’ve set up text on my magazine. I’ve used a largemasthead on the top of my magazine like a typical magazine. It’s large bright and bold, so makes it stand out to the reader, sothey know that there reading. I’ve used cover lines down the leftside of my page like any average magazine would as it’s the firstthing the reader will read. I’ve used a cover line at the bottom of my page using a rhetorical question which a magazine would use. My magazine has used one big centre image as the focusof the magazine. Quite a lot of magazines use one image across the whole front cover and others use a variety of different images.
  8. 8. What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why ?The kind of media institution is for my magazine wouldbe college and school magazines. This kind of institute may distribute my magazine because it looks professional and presentable to read. It has a lot ofrelevant information relating the school and college life and a guide of what the sixth form is like. Students looking for a college or sixth from would want to buy this magazine so it can help them to choose a good sixth form or college to attend so this would be distributed as it can make money and help students.
  9. 9. How does your media product represent particular social groups ?My media product represents particular social groups bybeing aimed at 16-18 years olds who are looking for acollege. It’s a good representation because the type of picture and fonts used are appropriate for the age’s group. The font uses is styled and has a glow whichtypically might attract 16-18 to it. The main image of a book being read in the library shows it’s a place forstudents in sixth from to learn and study. It shows how this sixth from is for hard working students and for students who want to succeed in life.
  10. 10. Who would be the audiencefor your media product ? The audience for my magazine would be students who have left year 11 and it’s for students who attend this sixth from. I handed out questionnaires to people in this sixth from and a few of thestudents said they would find the magazine useful. This would be because the magazines updates students and gives them useful information aboutthe sixth form. All the information given on the frontpage and the picture will attract this target audiencebecause of how useful it can be and it’s like a guide to them
  11. 11. How did you attract/address your audience ? I attracted and addressed my audience by using a bright glowing masterhead on the top of my magazine by using a quite cheesy title. I used the logo of the school on my front cover because if a student sees this they may be interested in what’s going on around sixth from and what they need to be updated on. I also used the word sixthfrom in a bright yellow colour going down the page on the right hand side so by using the worked sixth form itattracts a student of sixth because they know it’s targeted at them.
  12. 12. What have you learned abouttechnologies from the processof constructing this product ? What I have learned about technology’s whileconstructing this product is all the different features you can use on magazines. I’ve learned that publisher isquite limited with a choice of things to help produce the magazine. Like choosing a background for the magazine it was quite difficult as there was a limited choice of backgrounds. Also there is a limited of fonts for a good glowing title so I had to use the internet to find a good masthead for my magazine. The internet was very useful for images and for a barcode and the school logo.
  13. 13. Self Assessment For research and planning I would give my self a level 3, Mark 15. This is because I thought I worked well and put effort into my research through questionnaires and analysing similar magazines and seeing what I could do better. I kept my time management up to date and I planned my magazine covers by doing 3 drafts and evaluating them to see what was the best one. I could improved using my time wisely and going more into depth.
  14. 14. For the production of my magazine I wouldgive myself a level 4, mark 51.This is because I producing a good magazinecover with a very good house style and themeto it. I used ICT and integrating illustrating andtext appropriately. I have had positivefeedback from my peers about the magazine. Iused appropriate text and I used every featuresuch as barcodes, issue number and price. Iused a good strap line and the magazinestands out to its target audience. I could ofimproved by looking at different methods inproducing my magazine like using differentcolour schemes and text fonts.
  15. 15. For evaluating my magazine I gave my selflevel 3, mark 14.This is because I evaluated my work well byannotating my front cover and contents pageand labelling all the features of my magazineand what I done well, and how it attracts thetarget audience. I answered questionsevaluating my work in some detail. I saidwhat was good about my work and how theaudience was attracted and how themagazine would work. I could of improvedputting some more effort into my work andgoing into more detail.