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*Mock Presentations (need to have you board mostly complete) are on '''Monday, November 20th'''.
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*Mock Presentations (need to have your board mostly complete) are on '''Monday, November 20th'''.
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** How can you make a solid connection to your current issue ''visually''? Ideas?
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** How can you make a solid connection to your law ''visually''? Ideas?
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**** Discussion of "SEXY TITLES"
*** How will you utilize visuals for your board?
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**** Discussion of "SEXY TITLES"
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** Help one another to brainstorm some ideas! :)
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** Help one another to brainstorm some ideas! :)
** If time permits, make a mock drawing of your board.
*** What is the title of the presentation?
**** Discussion of "SEXY TITLES"
*** How will you utilize visuals for your board?
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**%newwin% [[https://islanduniversity.smugmug.com/Events/Events-By-Year/2016/113016-First-Year-Symposium | Some more examples]]
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*Bring a draft of your Reflection #2 with you on Wednesday. We will be doing an in-class activity. If you don't have a complete draft, bring what you have.
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*I.A. due '''Monday, November 13th'''.
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*I.A. due '''Monday, November 13th'''. - Hard Copy due in History!
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Reminders:

*Reflection #2 due '''Friday, November 10th'''.
*I.A. due '''Monday, November 13th'''.
*Mock Presentations (need to have you board mostly complete) are on '''Monday, November 20th'''.
*FYS is '''Friday, December 1st'''.
*Final Portfolio for Comp due '''Wednesday, December 6th'''.
*History Exam III is '''Wednesday, December 13th'''.
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* [[http://www.evergreen.edu/scicomp/docs/workshops/Poster_Tips2.pdf|How to make a great poster board]]
** The first five tips are the most important to keep in mind when designing your poster board!

!!! Let's start planning this out!

* And now for some practice! :)
** [[Attach:Individualpresentation template.ppt| Powerpoint Template]] - This is a template to help you get started. Your presentation should have more slides!


!!! Writing groups assemble!


* Think about your poster topic using the traditional questions that journalists use to tell a story: Who? Where? When? What? Why? How? In your writing groups, work together to help brainstorm some ideas
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!!! Let's put this together, shall we!?


* Think about your poster topic using the traditional questions that journalists use to tell a story: Who? Where? When? What? Why? How? Brainstorm some ideas. Exchange those ideas with a partner.
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** [[http://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/JenniferBray/VisualRhetoricForAmanda|Some examples]]...
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** [[Some examples]]...
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Reflection #2 Review
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Questions, comments, concerns...

Daily Run-Down

'''History:'''

Reflection #2 Review


'''I.A.''' Questions?

'''First-Year Symposium: Questions about what this is?'''

* Visual Rhetoric= sending a message/making an argument without even opening your mouth; rather it is using images to communicate messages. By carefully choosing images, colors, fonts and design to get your points across, the audience will be able to understand what your perspective is on a topic.
** [[http://falcon.tamucc.edu/wiki/JenniferBray/VisualRhetoricForAmanda|Some examples]]...

* [[http://www.evergreen.edu/scicomp/docs/workshops/Poster_Tips2.pdf|How to make a great poster board]]
** The first five tips are the most important to keep in mind when designing your poster board!

!!! Let's start planning this out!

* And now for some practice! :)
** [[Attach:Individualpresentation template.ppt| Powerpoint Template]] - This is a template to help you get started. Your presentation should have more slides!


!!! Writing groups assemble!


* Think about your poster topic using the traditional questions that journalists use to tell a story: Who? Where? When? What? Why? How? In your writing groups, work together to help brainstorm some ideas.
** How can you represent your paper's historical context/background ''visually''? Ideas?
** How can you make a solid connection to your current issue ''visually''? Ideas?
** Help one another to brainstorm some ideas! :)
** Class discussion!
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Reflection #2 Review