Friday, 26 February 2016

Example 9 (Melissa Nutt)




Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Example 7 (Jack Green)






Example 6 (Ollie Williams)





Example 5 (Sachin Mistry)





Example 4 (Kelly Maxwell)






Example 3 (Laura Sygrove)






Example 2 (Meg Kiely)




Example 1 (Tom Brown)




First Draft Feedback

To help you improve and make progress, here is some additional guidance. Look back at your feedback from your teacher (and also reflect on your own work) and identify what is missing from your magazine. Create a flat plan which incorporates all these elements (where appropriate) to avoid making the mistakes of your first draft.
  • Headline a phrase that summarises the main point of the article. Headlines are in large print and different style in order to catch the attention of the reader.
  • Standfirst block of text that introduces the story, normally in a style different to the body text and headline.
  • Byline the line above the story, which gives the author’s name and sometimes their job and location (known as the dateline).
  • Page furniture : everything on the page except pictures or text of stories.
  • Imprint : In a magazine this tends to be a larger section where key members of staff are credited (consider.
  • Pull quote a quote from the story that is enlarged and appears within the text.
  • Crosshead bolded/large text that breaks up a long story.
  • Sidebar this is a panel or box on a page containing graphics or other information about an article. It is eye-catching and breaks the story up into different elements.
  • Caption a brief description of a photograph or graphic.
  • Standalone Picture story that can exist on its own or on a front page leading to a story inside.
Also look at all the examples above. They are all A grade pieces of work.



Sunday, 7 February 2016

Year 12 Work To Do (8th-12th February)



  • You need to comment on the draft work produced by every member of the class. This will count as audience feedback.
  • Additionally, you can also gather feedback from other members of your target audience.
  • Comment on and evaluate the feedback you receive from your peers.
  • Complete the AFL task (see posts above).
Teacher feedback is forthcoming.

Monday, 1 February 2016

Year 12 Work To Do (1st February-5th February)


Complete your draft magazines.

This should consist of:
  • cover
  • contents page
  • double page spread
Print out and hand in. Sign in sheets are in H2 (Deadline 3:10 pm Friday 5th February).
Make sure your name is on your work. 
ONLY WORK HANDED IN ON TIME WILL BE MARKED.

Post onto blogs (ensure your flat plan is in the preceding post).

The 60 Minute Magazine Covers 2016