A small section of text that describes a picture.
A journalistic story that describes the page
A detailed story about one of the main people that participated in the club, sport, etc.
A picture on snapchat of snapback caps.
A section of a spread that covers a specific part of the story.
A template found in ReplayIt where you can store pictures.
Where the headline and story meet to provide an eyeline for the page.
The area of the classroom where we put students that are not contributing in the hopes that the luner space module will pick them up and take them sway.
Is always on the left side of the spread
Must be a group picture.
Should never cross the gutter.
Is noticeably larger than the other pictures.
Title and subtitle
Headline and post-script
Primary and secondary headlines
Banner and Folio
Right click the photo. Click “cut-out” click on the background.
Use the editing software on yearbook avenue to “erase” the background
Use scissors to cut out the photo. Scan into ReplayIt
Cut out photos should be downloaded from ClipArt
Should focus on one small “zoom-in” detail from the story to focus the reader’s attention.
Describes the who, what, when, where, why in a catchy and exciting format.
She start with a catching “hook” to engage the reader.
Should include quotes from teachers/students and details of important events.
Times New Roman, Helvetica, and Corsiva
Crete, LA Times, and Chartreuse
Dobson, Lythograph and Script
Hudson, Typewriter, and Chantilly
Bold and Highlighted
Retro Comic Book
Linear and tight spacing
You can buy online through Jostens.com
You can pick up an order form in the front office
You can purchase from the table at lunch.
You’ll have to wait until they are delivered in April.
Pictures are sorted from the ReplayIt inbox into the correct folder in the image library.
Pictures must be deleted from ReplayIt after they are used on a page to make sure we don’t use them twice.
Pictures are uploaded through the app or website.
Students, parents, or staff can continue to access ReplayIt photos as a ‘digital scrapbook’ even after the book is finished.
Use the time a study hall to make sure you are caught up in another class.
Leave the room to socialize with friends and hangout at the Yearbook sales table and first lunch.
Stand in line and wait on Ms. Sellers to give you a job for the day.
Go to your lead first, then see your editor, then see your boss lady, lastly see Ms. Sellers.
Take one from the black cabinet in the computer lab.
Sneak into Mr. Rogers's room in the middle of the night and jack one.
Find Ms. Sellers afterschool in C217.
Go to Ana, she will sign it out to you - make sure the battery is charged and there is an SD card.
Never _____, always ______
____ matters, always ______
Go Eagles! ACHS _____
Adams City Eagles, Soar High!
In the image library, put the best pictures (the one’s we want to use) into the folder for your event
Find and take pictures of your event, club, sport etc.
Check on the designer to make sure that he or she is choosing pictures of popular students to put on the page.
Tag each picture with the first and last name of every student whose face is visible.
Take pictures and tell your designer what you want the mod to look like.
Design an info graphic like a quiz, survey, chart or graph
Create a minisection of the spread that tells a “zoom-in” story related to the pages content.
Drag and drop a a template on yearbook avenue to help you.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.