Uploading your final FlipHtml5 project

When you have completed your portfolio, please embed a Word document version in your blog so that a tutor can give feedback.

Then carry out the following:

Step 1

Launch Word and load you final portfolio and ensure it has been thoroughly proof read, spell checked and all links work e.g. links to YouTube etc. (please note that embedded movies will not work on page turning software so ensure there is a working link)

Create a pdf from your Word document as shown below:

Step 2

Launch FlipHtml5 on a college computer and import the pdf. You will now have a pageturning version of your portfolio. Check links work.

 

Step 3

Click ‘Upload online’ and it will then prompt you to log in – select sign in and enter the user name:

c.rumley@canterburycollege.ac.uk

Then you will need to ask a member of staff to enter the password as this is only available to tutors for security reasons.

Step 4

Name your Flip book version using the following format for example:

George Smith FMP P & J Year 1 Level 3    (P & J abbreviation for print and journalism)

Then copy the link (url) at this stage and paste this into your blog so that your tutor can launch the page turning version if required (just an additional precaution)

EXTENDED PROJECT PORTFOLIO

 

This is the new version – latest and last version – of the Extended Project Portfolio (FMP).  Please start to look through and begin adding the text that it asks for. This should be all the work you have done so far – based on the weekly PowerPoint’s I have delivered

Extended Project portfolio YEAR ONE FINAL 26.04.2017

This is Alma’s guide with some added guidance in blue speech bubbles:

Alma’s guide to FMP portfolio YEAR ONE FINAL 26.04.2017

 

Here is a PP that helps you understand what you are doing and why you are being asked dot do it.

Master 2 How to use your Project Portfolio

 

Pre-Production checklist

FMP pre production tracking document

 

An example of last years work that ticked all the boxes in the checklist.

FMP last year examples of pre production students work

 

PLEASE ALSO LOOK THROUGH MANY OF THE OTHER OLDER POSTS FOR HELP WITH YOUR WRITING.

Better journalism _ declutter _leads _ cliche4 questions to find a focus for your storyTips for Writing a Lead – first 25 words_Introductionsix-word-memoir-presentation43-activevspassivevoicesetting-questionsjournalism-presentation-1

Final Major Project Guidelines and useful PowerPoint’s 16-5-17

This is the FMP portfolio with added comments from Alma to help you understand what is required of you in each section

Alma’s guide to FMP portfolio YEAR ONE FINAL 26.04.2017

Make sure you read through tjsi and familiarise yourself with all the requirements

These are the documents that we went through with useful tips for journalism: written, radio and documentary.

Documentary writing _ Film is visual

Documentary writing _ Film and radio

 

By this stage you should have finished the proposal – added to post presentation and begun the pre-production: FMP week 5 and 6

There is four weeks left, so we really need to spend as many hours getting the work done.

Buy following the PowerPoint’s we have used you can guide yourself through the criteria and the requirements for the portfolio.

Here are some other useful documents that will help with all aspects of journalism:

Tips for Writing a Lead – first 25 words_Introduction

4 questions to find a focus for your story

Better journalism _ declutter _leads _ clicheSentences in

Active and Passive Voice

 

FASHION MAGAZINE WRITING TIPS

http://www.stylist.co.uk/100/how-to-write-a-magazine-feature

http://j.whyville.net/smmk/whytimes/article?id=14276

https://fstoppers.com/editorial/5-pro-tips-publishing-your-first-fashion-editorial-32412

 

SPORTS

http://blogs.setonhill.edu/kileyfischer/2012/05/10/sports-writing-beginning-tips-and-tricks-to-make-your-writing-better/

https://www.freelancewriting.com/freelancing/how-to-write-a-sports-report/

 

POLITICS

https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2013/05/how-to-be-a-political-opinion-journalist/275455/

http://www.poynter.org/2016/heres-some-of-the-best-political-journalism-of-2016/437814/

 

 

 

Journalism in general

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2008/sep/25/writing.journalism.news

 

http://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-News-Article

 

Pre-production Handbook

FMP Pre production pack:

Here is a pack that has some useful guidance of what is expected of you in the next phase of the FMP. Don’t use it as tick list just as a guide. There are some very useful tips on visual story telling e.g. documentary as well as other things that you might find useful such as scripts and storyboards etc.  there are also release form for interviews and photography.

It will help you thoroughly think through every aspect of the pre-production. Read through and take note of anything you feel you need to consider for your project.

FMP Pre production pack 2

Year 1 FMP – 3-5.17 Following the Proposal: Pre-Production Research and Preparation.

Go through this PowerPoint and begin to consider the Pre-Production elements of the FMP: consider further research, the skills you have and need to enhance e.g. film and scripting; contingency plans

FMP week 5 and 6

 

Here is the updated YEAR 1 – PORTFOLIO for the Final Major Project (FMP – also known as Final Extended Project)

FMP portfolio YEAR ONE FINAL 24.04.2017

 

FMP Year 1: Proposal and Research Week 3 (week beginning 18-4-2017)

Here are the PowerPoint’s for the Proposal and pre-production of the FMP. Please follow and make sure you are covering all aspects of the portfolio as you go, evidencing your research/findings and evaluating using the SWOT analysis. Remember a range of research and deciding what research is relevant to your ideas and aims for the project.

FMP week 2

FMP week 2b Research

FMP week 3

FMP week 4

 

This last PP details the pitch for the proposal.

FMP week 5

(the above PP for week 5 has been edited to suit a variety of forms and mediums.

Remember your research should impact and inform your work: many great works have relied on others that have gone before them so absorb, mimic and pay homage to others on your journey to finding your own style, voice, tone and intentions.

Zoran research