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Pamphlets what are they?

  1. 1. What are Pamphlets??<br />
  2. 2. ?<br />Brainstorm<br />?<br />?<br />Pamphlets. <br />What are they?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />
  3. 3. How do I start my Pamphlet?<br />Decide on a purpose or theme for your brochure. <br />Your purpose is:<br />Hygiene in the School kitchen.<br />Choose information to go in the brochure. <br />Include only the absolute main points. <br />Remember that a brochure is pretty small in <br /> size so you won’t be able to fit everything. <br />And, stay focused on the theme.<br />Be concise. <br />After you’ve decided what to include, think <br /> about how to say it. <br />
  4. 4. How do I layout my Pamphlet?<br />Choose an eye-catching main title and graphic <br /> for the front of the brochure. Something <br /> that will make people want to look at it.<br />Put the most important information on the <br /> inside panels of the brochure. When the <br /> brochure is fully opened, this is what your <br /> reader will see.<br />Use clear subheadings to break up the <br /> information on the inside. You want readers <br /> to easily get what’s most important. A big <br /> solid block of text will intimidate readers.<br />
  5. 5. Be colorful. Adding color and graphics <br />throughout the brochure will break up <br />information and make the brochure more <br />enticing.<br />Use an easy-to-read font. <br />Make the font of the body text as <br /> large as possible. 18 to 20 - this size <br />Headings should be much larger than the body text and make them stand out by using a different color.<br />
  6. 6. Now to the ICT you are designing Pamphlet...<br />Preamble (putting you in the picture):<br />Just like your kitchen at home, the school kitchen is a very busy place. Whether we are preparing food at home <br />or at school, we use a range of utensils and <br />equipment which, if not handled with care, <br />have the potential to cause accidents.<br />The workstations also pose dangers. Likewise, preparing food hygienically to avoid problems with food contamination is also very important a school and at home.<br />
  7. 7. Task (what you have to do):<br /> You have been asked to design a pamphlet using your ICT skills on Hygiene in the school kitchen. <br />The pamphlet must include:<br /> The importance of hygiene in the kitchen.<br /> Possible precautions that should be taken to avoid accidents/illnesses.<br /> Suggestions for hygienic work practices in the school kitchen.<br />
  8. 8. Presentation (what it should look like):<br /> Your pamphlet can be folded to suit your design needs.<br /> If computer access is available, the pamphlet is to be completed using Microsoft Publisher, OR if computer access is unavailable, the pamphlet may be hand written.<br />
  9. 9. Subject Specific Vocabulary (key or important words to use):<br />Hygiene<br /> ICT<br /> Pamphlet<br /> Danger Zone<br /> Bacteria<br />
  10. 10. Language Features (SPELLING, GRAMMAR, PUNCTUATION):<br />Use formal (correct) grammar, spelling and punctuation.<br /> Use clear concise language.<br /> Use clear headings, eye catching diagrams and colour to attract readers attention.<br />
  11. 11. Important Dates:<br /> Issue date: Week 6<br /> Draft Due Date: Week 7<br /> Due Date: Week 9 -> Friday<br />
  12. 12. Resources:<br /> Click view Video – “Safety in the Domestic Kitchen.”<br />Click view Video – “Dying for a Meal.”<br /> Getting Started Workbook pages 3 to 8.<br /> Food Safety Matters Books.<br /> Internet Sites:<br />www.health.vic.gov.au/foodsafety<br />http://www.fooddetectives.com/<br />www.ext.nodak.edu/food<br />

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