This activity introduces students to ways to design and produce a business card.
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In this activity, you will look at Criteria for Business Cards and think about these items as you begin to design your business card.
Students will start drafting the text for their card. If they have access to a computer, they can search the web for examples of design and layout and begin their draft electronically. Some possible websites:
Let students know the procedure and your timetable for completing the cards as homework or in class:
Students will finish a mock up of the card - on paper or on a computer
Teacher will review and approve content and provide feedback
Students will make any necessary revisions based on teacher input
Students will then print their cards according to paper or on computer provide feedback the method chosen by each teacher
Completion of worksheet
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