Today, you will use research, graphics, and images to create a brochure to persuade and inform a neighbor. Develop the topic thoroughly by selecting only the most significant and relevant facts, definitions, quotations, or other information. Use details from your investigation to support a central idea of involvement. Carefully choose your graphics and determine your placement of text based on the Rule of Thirds. Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, and rewriting. You will need to follow the rules of grammar by using correct punctuation, spelling, and capitalization. Before uploading your final draft, make sure you have included several transitions, words, or phrases that will link sections of the text one to another.
Before completing your final draft, please look at the brochure rubric.
Create a “Get Involved with Politics” brochure to be distributed in your neighborhood. The leaflet should outline three ways for the citizens of your community to become involved with issues you select. Your research should explore opportunities available to work as a volunteer or part-time in order to help improve the local government within your town or city. For each opportunity, please answer the following questions:
Who would they be helping?
What is the service?
When does the organization need help?
Where is the organization located?
Why should your neighbors help that particular cause?
How can your neighbors contact those in charge in order to sign up?
You may choose to start your investigation by attending school board meetings, as well as town or city hall meetings. You may also choose to research local election campaigns and/or organizations supporting a cause you admire. Your pamphlet must be visually appealing and informative. Provide a concluding section that supports your claim that the prospects need to become more involved. Be sure your concluding section flows from the information given.
Added on 23.06.2016 20:30
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