How to create the ideal information pamphlet


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How to create the ideal information pamphlet

  1. 1. How to Create the Ideal Information Pamphlet… … using Publisher and a ‘real’ bibliography!
  2. 2. How to get started on making your own… <ul><li>Open up ‘Microsoft Publisher’ </li></ul><ul><li>Select ‘Publications for Print’ from the left hand side </li></ul><ul><li>Select ‘Brochure’ </li></ul><ul><li>Select one of the ‘Information Brochures’ </li></ul><ul><li>And away you go! Once you’re in, it’s the same as using Word, just with panels! </li></ul>
  3. 3. First Panels… Toggle between the front and back panels here Front page (Title Page) This is the last page on the back when it is fully open, but the first panel you see when you open the front page. This is where you write about the ‘Legacy of Emperor Qin’. This is the back page when the pamphlet is closed. Write your bibliography here.
  4. 4. Second Panels These 3 panels are as you see them now when you open up the pamphlet fully. These 3 panels need to give details of the three areas you selected from the 5 possibilities on your assignment ‘Task’ page. Notice no. 2 is now highlighted! Each panel should have a picture with a caption underneath it. These could be replaced with quotes.
  5. 5. Now for the Bibliography! <ul><li>Firstly, all the following information can be found in ‘A Guide to Referencing and Bibliographies’ by Jennifer King. It looks like this: </li></ul><ul><li>And secondly, remember that you need to note down the names of the sources as you use them – not once you’ve finished your assignment! You’ll have to check back over everything and it’ll waste a lot of time! </li></ul>
  6. 6. If you are referencing websites… Minerva Education - Ancient China: Qin and Han. http://www.minerva Monday 13th October 1. Title of the website you used 3. Website address written out in full and underlined 2. The date you accessed the website
  7. 7. If you are referencing books… Franklin, T 2008, A History of Ancient China , Penguin, London. 2. The year the book was written 5. Where the book was published 1. The name of the author 3. The title of the book – in italics! 4. The names of the publishers