5 WAYS TO USE CLASS TIME AFTER THE YEARBOOK IS COMPLETE With spring delivery or even summer delivery books where students take yearbook/journalism as a class, it’s often difficult — and even daunting — to come up with creative and constructive ways to use that time. As we all know, doing nothing is not an option! In this blog post, I’ll share 5 ways to use class time after the yearbook is complete.
The yearbook is complete, submitted, done. Now what? You have several months of school left, and you aren’t sure how to keep your students on task for the remaining days. With spring delivery or even summer delivery books where students take yearbook/journalism as a class, it’s often difficult — and even daunting — to come up with creative and constructive ways to use that time. As we all know, doing nothing is not an option! I’ll share 5 ways to use class time after the yearbook is complete.
Halloween Headline Writing Practice for Yearbook or Journalism, NO PREP Your yearbook or journalism students will enjoy practicing headline-writing skills and reviewing figurative language with this "Horror"ible Halloween Headlines lesson! Your yearbook journalism students will love the Halloween-themed lesson, and you will love that they are brushing up on crucial journalism skills.
Yearbook Back-to-School Activities, Bundle+ This back-to-school bundle of activities for yearbook includes everything a yearbook adviser would need to kick the year off the year on the right foot with students. This is a one stop shop for surviving your first days of the year with students.
Yearbook Journalism Bell Ringers BUNDLE, 200 Days Full Year A full year of yearbook bell ringers to get your journalism staffers engaged, thinking, and involved right from the start of class. These 200 no prep bell ringers, designed specifically for yearbook, take just a few minutes but will be very powerful in building crucial skills throughout the year and get class started on the right foot.
This resource is designed to serve as a suggested pacing guide for an entire curriculum for a Yearbook/Journalism course. With each unit that progresses through the creation of a yearbook publication, you will find links to ready-to-go resources that I’ve created and sell, although I’m offering this guide completely free. Whether you select my materials or not, this guide can help you make your own selections and curriculum for teaching/creating a yearbook. This guide works with any publisher.