Yearbook is an intensive, deadline-driven course where students create a commercial-quality memory for the school using TreeRing.com. No experience necessary to take this course.
Week 14: Nov 29 - Dec 2
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A few new guidelines:
There will be a daily participation grade. Stay on task for the entirety of the class. You play around, you get ZERO points. Starting immediately. No talking or socializing. Yearbook is a business. You need to act like it.
You alone are responsible for your assigned pages. You need to take the photos. Find the names and tag the uploaded photos. You must complete a layout deemed satisfactory by Ms. Durkin to earn a good score in this class. Accept layout changes and be open to constructive criticism of your design work.. No excuses. No complaining. No playing around in class.
    Week 8: Oct 18- 21
    1. View LADDER HERE. Sign up for at least two spreads. No more than one person on a spread.
    2. Page Layout Tips HERE
    Week 5: September 27 - October 1
    1. DUE SEPTEMBER 28: 2-page practice spread for Volleyball. I will be checking the pages on the evening of the 28th.
    2. KHAN ACADEMY - Excellent SHORT lessons on the power of a positive attitude. I have taken this course myself.
      Class Code: MHWCUJB7
    Week 1: August 30-September 3
    Welcome! Let's get acquainted and set the class rules
    An important survey to help all of us get to know each other and make it a great year!
    1. Syllabus for Yearbook
    2. FORM YOU NEED TO FILL OUT- WORTH 100 PTS. (Click on the red link below)
      CLASS MEETING - Let's get acquainted and make some class rules that work for all of us.
      Week 1: Who are You?
    3. KHAN ACADEMY - Excellent SHORT lessons on the power of a positive attitude. I have taken this course myself.
      Class Code: MHWCUJB7
    4. Anxious to work on the book? CLICK HERE. This is the Yearbook "Ladder" - Print out several copies so that everyone can bring their ideas to the table- what will be on each page. Start filling this out together. Start by studying this completed ladder from 2019. Also, have old yearbooks open to help with your thinking. HINTS on how to do the ladder.
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