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LeJardinAcademy Yearbook - WelcomeLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Photo by Renee.ThemePhotographyWritingWelcome to LJA Yearbook!Mrs. Susan St John, Advisorsusan.stjohn@lejardinacademy.orgMeeting Times: D Days, 7:45a.m. to 9:15a.m.Place: The Ideas LabYearbook is a yearlong, team project where you'll learn about book andTypographypage design, photography, feature story writing and media ethics. Theyearbook features all of the students in the school, from prekindergarten to high school.LayoutDistributionYearbook is different from any other school activity is that it has realworld deadlines, and it carries a real-world financial risk. Deadlines areare not negotiable: the printing plant and the demands of theirschedule determine the deadlines.Create a free website withhttp://ljayearbook.weebly.com/[4/29/13 8:16:10 AM]

LeJardinAcademy Yearbook - WelcomeLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Photo by Renee.ThemePhotographyWritingWelcome to LJA Yearbook!Mrs. Susan St John, Advisorsusan.stjohn@lejardinacademy.orgMeeting Times: D Days, 7:45a.m. to 9:15a.m.Place: The Ideas LabYearbook is a yearlong, team project where you'll learn about book andTypographypage design, photography, feature story writing and media ethics. Theyearbook features all of the students in the school, from prekindergarten to high school.LayoutDistributionYearbook is different from any other school activity is that it has realworld deadlines, and it carries a real-world financial risk. Deadlines areare not negotiable: the printing plant and the demands of theirschedule determine the deadlines.Create a free website 13 8:17:44 AM]

Unit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15 - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Unit 1 OverviewWho is part of our communityand and how do we find outabout them?Return to Welcome PagePhoto by Mala'e.Overview of Unit 1.Unit Dates: August 20th to November 7, 2012 (First Deadline)Unit Question: Who is part of our community and how do we find out about them?Significant Concept: Any social system has identifiable elements that can be investigated.Area of Interaction: Community and ServiceContent:Know: Characteristics of effective photography and caption and headline writing.Photographic conventions and what they ug-20-nov-15.html[4/29/13 8:19:15 AM]

Unit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15 - LeJardinAcademy YearbookUnderstand: How to investigate and gather information about a community. How toidentify effective caption writing and photography. How a yearbook might fulfill the needs of thecommunity.Do: Create and use a Wiki or a Google Forms to maintain a directory ofcontacts/clubs/teams. Blog to brainstorm ideas and themes, and to keep in communication withother team members. Communicate online with netiquette. Organize content (photos, notes forstories and captions) and back-up work on computer and website.Summative Assessment TasksBlog (Criteria A, B, C, E)Create and Maintain a Directory (Criteria A)Notebook Assignment for Photos (Criteria A & B)Take Photos and Write Captions (Criteria A & D)Page Layout (Criteria B, C & D)Test (Criteria A & E)Netiquette and Skills in Learning Technology (Criteria F)Create a free website v-15.html[4/29/13 8:19:15 AM]

Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4 - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Unit 2 OverviewNovember 16 to February 12,2013Return to Welcome PageOverview of Unit 2.Unit 2: Capturing SpiritUnit Dates: November 16, 2012 to March 4, 2013 (Second, Third, and Fourth Deadlines)Unit Questions: How do we celebrate human endeavor and achievement?Significant Concept: Through communication media we can reflect, evaluate, and uplift andrecognize valuable members of our community.Area of Interaction: Human IngenuityQuestions concerning human ingenuity:Why and how do we create (think of our yearbook pages as a creative 16-march-4.html[4/29/13 8:20:49 AM]

Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4 - LeJardinAcademy YearbookWhat are the consequences of our creations?How do people use their creative ability to transform/enjoy/improve the quality of life?How can a creation or invention change the world?Content:Know: Characteristics of an effective yearbook story and photo essay. Basics ofjournalism and media ethics.Understand: How to identify an effective story and photo essay.Do: Develop stories from idea to finished story, using journalism and media ethics.Conduct interviews and survey polls.Summative Assessment TasksConduct an Interview and Write Transcript (Criterion A)Write a Short Feature Story (Criteria B, C, D)Create a Photo Essay (Criteria B, C, D)Graphic Presentation of Survey Data (Criteria B, C, D, E)Test on Media Ethics (Criteria A and E)Netiquette and Skills in Learning Technology (Criteria F)Create a free website rch-4.html[4/29/13 8:20:49 AM]

Unit 3: March 4-May 29 - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Unit 3 OverviewMarch 4 to May 29, 2013Return to Welcome PagePhoto by Mia.Overview. of Unit 3.Unit 3: Making a Cohesive Whole from PartsUnit Dates: Feb 12, 2013 to May 23, 2013Unit Question: What do I need to learn in order to create a product that communicates whowe are?Significant Concept: Design has a psychological and emotional effect.Area of Interaction: Approaches to -4-may-29.html[4/29/13 8:22:24 AM]

Unit 3: March 4-May 29 - LeJardinAcademy YearbookContent:Know: Organization tools for book design, and other elements of design such as color,type, or layout which affect our response to design. What is graphic design.Understand: How cultural and psychological factors impinge on our response todesign.Do: Organize book and establish conventions such as an index, table of contents,sequence of features. Layout and design next year’s book: develop theme, color palette, andtype design.Summative Assessment TasksParticipate in a Threaded Discussion to Establish Next Year’s Theme (Criteria A, B, /e)Test on Layout Elements (Criteria B, C, & /e)Create Page Layouts (Criteria B, C, and D)Write a Letter to Incoming Staff (Criterion E)Netiquette and Skills in Learning Technology (Criteria F)Create a free website ay-29.html[4/29/13 8:22:24 AM]

Blogs - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)BlogsReturn to Welcome PagePhoto by Chad.Links to Blogs and Editor Contact InfoDevon Franke, Senior ingourhistory2013.weebly.com/Madeline St. John, Junior om/blogs.html[4/29/13 8:23:57 AM]

Blogs - LeJardinAcademy YearbookAshley Wong, Junior yearbookreflections.weebly.com/Quinn Alsagoff, Junior nnsyearbooksite.weebly.com/Mrs. St John's Site         mrsstjohnsite.weebly.comSam Brown                      http://samjbrown.weebly.com/Kelly Buck                        http://kellybucksite.weebly.com/Mia Cremer                      http://mcremersite.weebly.com/Chad Derosier                http://chaderosier.weebly.com/CJ Jones                          http://cjsbees.weebly.com/Kacey Kuchenbecker         http://kaceysite.weebly.com/Micah Madrid                   http://maddogmicah.weebly.com/Lili Maero                      http://lili-yearbook.weebly.com/Leina'ala Medeiros           http://leinaalablog.weebly.com/Julia Miscovich                 http://juliamisco.weebly.com/Peter Orlich                    http://petersyearbooksite.weebly.com/Nick Pederson               http://yearbooknick.weebly.com/Sebastian Sievert          sebastianyearbooksite.weebly.comGabby Smith                  http://gabsmith.weebly.com/Kasey Tamamoto          http://kaseysyearbooksite.weebly.com/Renee van Bergejik           http://reneevanbsite.weebly.com/Kaley Vatalaro                  http://kaleysite.weebly.com/blog.htmlCielle Watjen-Brown          http://ciellesite.weebly.com/Mala'e Wilcox                   http://malaesite.weebly.com/Create a free website 13 8:23:57 AM]

Links - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Important Links andPasswordsReturn to Welcome PagePhoto by Lili.WikispacesThe Josten's Websiteyearbookavenue.jostens.com/Year: 2013Job Number: 18436Login: the first 5 letters of your last name, then your first initialPassword: use the same password for this site, your Weebly site, and /29/13 8:25:30 AM]

Links - LeJardinAcademy YearbookWeebly.comStudents log in at: http://students.weebly.comUser Name: the first 5 letters of your last name, then your first initialPassword: use the same one that you used for the Josten's site.Wikispaces.comAfter you create an account, you can go directly to our Wikispaces ww.replayit.com/Register first.Step 1: Enter the school name and info (Le Jardin Academy/Kailua/Hawaii), select from the list,and click continue.Step 2: Enter the school password (LJAYearbook1), click the box about your age, and clickcontinue.Step 3: Enter your information to create an account. I recommend that you use your schoolemail (susan.stjohn@lejardinacademy.org) and your same password for the Josten's site.Replay Private Photo Submissionimages.jostens.comLogin ID: 400143442Password: PhotoDesgndropbox.comStep 1: Click on "Sign in" in the top right corner.Step 2: Enter my email address: susan.stjohn@lejardinacademy.orgStep 3: Enter the password: RuleofThirdsStep 4: To upload a photo or document, click on the icon that looks like a paper with a bluearrow.Create a free website 13 8:25:30 AM]

Contact - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Contact InformationReturn to Welcome PagePhoto by Kaley.Contact Information.Tech SupportWhenever you have technical problems with the Josten's website, feel free to contact their techsupport at:1.800.328.2435Available from 7:30a.m.-8p.m. CST (They are 5 hours ahead of us.)Mrs. WillettOur Josten's Representative /13 8:27:06 AM]

Contact - LeJardinAcademy YearbookMaureen Willettmaureen.willett@jostens.comThere may be times that I suggest that you contact Maureen, but use the tech support first.Mrs. St JohnThe best way to contact me is to send me an email at: susan.stjohn@lejardinacademy.org. Youmay use the contact form below. You can also talk to me after class, or during the online classmeetings.Send me a message.Name *FirstLastEmail *Comment *SubmitCreate a free website 9/13 8:27:06 AM]

Unit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24-May 1) - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Unit 3: Cycle 3April 24-May 1Return to Welcome PageUnit 3: Cycle 3 AssignmentDue April 30, 2013Log your committee work on the Wiki, and be prepared to report your progress to the -april-24-may-1.html[4/29/13 8:28:40 AM]

Unit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24-May 1) - LeJardinAcademy YearbookCreate a free website pril-24-may-1.html[4/29/13 8:28:40 AM]

Developing a Theme - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Theme.The theme needs to be decided at the end of the previous year, or during the summer, as thecover needs to be submitted in August. For this reason, the junior and senior editors meet anddecide the theme.Look at this slide presentation on developing a concept and theme for a yearbook.A more in-depth look at developing concept.Theme Ideas.2013 ThemeThis year the theme is quite sophisticated, and it'll lend itself to some striking visuals. It will takesome work on the staff's part, to understand the term and how to carry it out. The editors willwork with us on this.The theme for 2013 is:Mise-en-Scene (with an accent over the 3rd "e")Mise-en scene is a French film term. It is a hard word to define, as with many French terms, butit basically means telling a story in a visual and artful way. It can also mean “décor” or“scenery”. In film, the mise-en-scene usually involves the storyboarding, acting,cinematography, lighting, and costume and stage design. In a yearbook, the mise-en-scenemight involve the photos, the fonts, the color choices, the layouts, and organization of the book.In a movie, the director is the one who oversees the use of mise-en-scene. The mise-en-scenecan be carried throughout a movie to provoke certain feelings or emotions in the viewer. Thetheme is basically a movie theme.Throughout the yearbook, we’ll try to create a certain feeling. We’re going for a look that .html[4/29/13 8:30:10 AM]

Developing a Theme - LeJardinAcademy Yearbooksimple and elegant, classic but also modern. We might use looks from different movie eras fordifferent sections of the book. We’ll also try to tell a story through the photographs, usingsequence shots or different shots of the same event to capture the whole story. Headlines cantie into the theme of movies. For the senior pages, each senior’s spot might be like a tiny story,a little movie of their moments. Simple and elegant, black and white pages with maybe someaccent colors. We’ll try to avoid clipart as much as possible.Create a free website me.html[4/29/13 8:30:10 AM]

Photography - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Photography Skills.1. Photography Slideshow: Storytelling2. Photography PPT: Basic CompositionThis is available on Managebac. After you log-in, click on "classes", click on "TechMYP5:Yearbook". Then go to the second menu bar, and click on "files". This one is titled"Photography 1013. Josten's Photography Slide Presentation4. Cambridge in Color: Rule of Thirds5. Fill your Frame.6. Get Closer.7. Action PhotographyCreate a free website [4/29/13 8:31:43 AM]

Writing - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Writing Skills.Caption WritingCreate a free website 9/13 8:33:15 AM]

Typography - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactTypography Skills:Unit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)This Page is Under Construction: It'll Be Coming Soon!Create a free website 4/29/13 8:34:47 AM]

Layout - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)Layout SkillsReturn to Welcome PageLayout Skills.Design Proximity PresentationHandout on Rails of White SpaceLayout [4/29/13 8:36:22 AM]

Layout - LeJardinAcademy YearbookCreate a free website /13 8:36:22 AM]

Distribution - LeJardinAcademy YearbookLeJardinAcademy YearbookWelcomeUnit 1: Aug. 20-Nov. 15Unit 2: Nov. 16-March 4Unit 3: March 4-May 29BlogsLinksContactUnit 3: Cycle 3 (April 24May 1)DistributionPlanning a Launch EventCreate a free website l[4/29/13 8:37:53 AM]

Yearbook is a yearlong, team project where you'll learn about book and page design, photography, feature story writing and media ethics. The yearbook features all of the students in the school, from pre-kindergarten to high school. Yearbook is diff

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