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IB Spanish text types: el póster

To start understanding what a poster is a good starting point can be questioning yourself. Try these three questions:
1. What is the most important/interesting thing from my poster?
2. How can I visually share my idea with my audience?
3. What kind of information can I convey during my talk that will complement the poster?
More things to consider when making a great poster:
- important information should be readable from about 10 feet away
- title is short and draws interest
- word count of about 250 to 500 words
- text is clear and to the point
- use of bullets, numbering and headlines to make it easier to read
- graphics, color and fonts help people understand your idea better
- consistent and clean layout
- includes acknowledgements, your name and institutional affiliation 

Remember that the IB enforces creativity, so don't be shy when comes to adding related features from related texts. 

What a poster reminds you of? Maybe a pamphlet? brochure? 
In short, to score full points in this format, the student must include [this is the very minimum]:
  • Title
  • Paragraphs (short)
  • Visual (s) (image, photo, drawing...)s (short)
    - visual (image, photo, drawing...)
Resources:
- How to make a movie poster [web]
- How to make a poster [web]
- Text types [web]
- Text types: brochure [web]

Children are not good or bad, they are just that, children.

2 comentarios:

  1. Muchísimas gracias! Voy a hablar con mis alumnos sobre el acoso escolar y quería pedirles hacer un póster como tarea. Tu explicación me ha sido de gran ayuda.
    Gracias por compartir! Me encanta tu trabajo.
    Ros

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  2. ¡Fantástico! Muchas gracias Ros, pásate por aquí siempre que quieras y saluda ;)

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