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All job descriptions for the groups are also posted here.
(Your group will need a photographer
for sure. This person will be
responsible for finding and placing the
pictures on the web project. Others
may help but remember the
photographer has the final say.)
(This job is optional, but someone needs
to be looking out for copyright laws and
correctly citing sources and securing
(This is another job that has to be
chosen. The poet will be the person
wording your web project. Remember
it takes the group working together to
create a great page, but this person
has the final say when it concerns
the words. This person also must
be sure and proof carefully; however,
everyone in the group needs to help.)
(This is a job someone must do.
Someone needs to make sure that a
particular propaganda technique is used
in your web project. This person
will also be the spokesperson for
this group. If there is no comedian
for this group, then this person
should also determine if the project
(This is an optional job; however, your
group might have just the person to
dedicate to this job. Humor can be great
in advertising, but it needs to be
appropriate and add to the page.
This person should also be the
one person that seeks help from the
teacher. If a group has no comedian,
then the newspaper reporter will be
the one person that is the
(This is a job someone must choose.
This person oversees that all of the
research is completed and that
everyone knows and does his/her
job in this project. This person is
responsible for the layout of the web
project. They have final say with
fonts and paragraphing. They need
to be able to work closely with the
photographer and poet. This person will be the teacher-group liaison if there is
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Vist the Analysis Page to evaluate your project and others.
Vist the Rubric that will be used for evaluation.
Please visit the Student Gallery (see the bottom of the page) for sample projects.