You will be using a Google Doc to fully detail the process you are use to design your yearbook cover, from initial research to design to completion. It is meant to be a work-in-progress, that you start using during the planning stages of your yearbook cover design.
All in the instructions are in the document, which you will find in Google Classroom (GC). Please read the instructions carefully.
Once the assignment is complete, be sure to click "Turn In" in GC so it can be marked.
For teachers interested in using this lesson, the Google Doc template can be found here. (Students, do not use this link. Use the template in GC instead.)
use current information and communication technology terms appropriately.
demonstrate efficient use of a computer workstation (e.g., proper keyboarding technique, correct posture).
organize files and folders in a logical manner;
identify and access appropriate drives to facilitate data storage and retrieval.
apply effective techniques when conducting electronic research.
use the features of a web browser (e.g., favourites/bookmarks, history, refresh/reload, print preview) to facilitate electronic research;
perform word processing tasks (e.g., create, save, update, print), using common software features (e.g., formatting, page setup, editing, language tools, graphic tools, hyperlinks);
use word processing software to produce properly structured and formatted business documents (e.g., letter, memo, report, resume);
use desktop publishing features (e.g., templates, importing text and graphics, font, layout, styles) to enhance publications;
use desktop publishing software to design and create a variety of publications (e.g., card, invitation, flyer, newsletter) for specific purposes and audiences.
compose effective business documents and communications;
maintain a portfolio of exemplary work that illustrates their skills in information and communication technology, including the ability to create effective business communications.