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Yearbook . Vocabulary By, John Michael. Content. Content of a yearbook Study Guide. Questions with answers. Question 1. Why is verbal format sometimes the best way to tell a story? Answer: Quotes allow people to tell their own stories. Words provide facts, detail, & descriptions.

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yearbook

Yearbook

Vocabulary

By, John Michael

content
Content
  • Content of a yearbook Study Guide.
  • Questions with answers.
question 1
Question 1
  • Why is verbal format sometimes the best way to tell a story?
  • Answer:
  • Quotes allow people to tell their own stories. Words provide facts, detail, & descriptions.
question 2
Question 2
  • Describe the following types of verbal elements:
  • Headlines
  • Feature Stories
  • Quick Reads
  • Captions
headlines
Headlines
  • The large lettering at the top of a page to attract readers and to summarize the story.
feature stories
Feature Stories
  • They tell the 5 W’s and H. (Who, What, When, Where, Why, & How)
quick reads
Quick Reads
  • A short story, figures, & in non traditional story formats.
captions
Captions
  • A short description of a photo.
question 3
Question 3
  • Explain the kind of questions a reporter asks for the 5 W’s & H.
  • Answer:
  • Who: People’s names.
  • What: Description of the event.
  • When: When is the event.
  • Where: Where is the event.
  • Why: Why is the event occurring.
  • How: Method of event operation.
question 4
Question 4
  • Describe the following types of photography used on a yearbook spread with their descriptions.
  • Single Shot
  • Series
  • Montage
  • C.O.B.
  • Mortise
single shot
Single Shot
  • One picture taken to tell a story.
series
Series
  • Three or more pictures taken to tell a story.
montage
Montage
  • A collection of photos.
c o b
C.O.B.
  • A picture with the background cut out.
mortise
Mortise
  • A small photo inset/inserted into a larger photo.
question 5
Question 5
  • Why must the verbal and visual journalists work together?
  • Answer:
  • To make the story more complete which gives readers more complete answers in the story & more focus when using both.
question 6
Question 6
  • Describe the different purposes of photojournalistic and reference photos.
  • Photojournalistic photos – These photos tell stories, show action, & reaction.
  • Reference photos – These photos are portraits & group shots to show school enrollment.
  • NOTE: Venn diagram on next slide.
venn diagram
Venn Diagram

Reference

*Portraits

*Group Shots

*Shows school enrollment

Photojournalistic

*Shows action & reaction

*Tells stories

the end
The End
  • Thank you for watching and participating.
  • I hope you enjoyed.
  • Made 10/07/10
  • Have a GREAT DAY!