Reflection: Lesson Planning How to Visually Present an Editorial Stance: Making a Flyer (Part 2) - Section 2: Guided Practice: Putting It All Together!

 

For this project in advance of the written editorial -- the pre-writing for that essay if you will -- I have had luck going "old school" and using Microsoft Publisher, but there are several software choices,  including simply Word.  In fact I created the teacher-example flyer on an iPad, using Apple's Pages.

It is important, I think, to keep the software/technology part of this easy, so students can focus on the visuals and text.  If you find a good set of templates to use, then things go very smoothly.

Good luck with this lesson!

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How to Visually Present an Editorial Stance: Making a Flyer (Part 2)

Unit 3: Creating an Editorial Flyer
Lesson 2 of 3

Objective: SWBAT create a simple, straightforward visual argument through the use of a desktop publishing "flyer" template.

Big Idea: visual argument is an important part of 21st c. literacy

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English / Language Arts, Writing, argument (Composition), Visual Literacy, visual argument, editor
  45 minutes
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