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How to make a Brochure
Transcript of How to make a Brochure
Brochures share a lot of information about a particular topic in a small space that is easy to read, which makes them a perfect way to present a project for school. A brochure is made from a regular-sized piece of paper that has been folded into equal thirds to make six panels.
Fold your paper into equal thirds. With markers, draw a thin border around each panel of the brochure in your chosen colors.
Make a Brochure
These panels should discuss three subtopics of your main subject (for example, three important topics related to Maya's Civilization)
Panels Two, Three and Four
What's in a Brochure?
This should contain an image related to the topic as well as a title and a byline, stating who wrote the brochure. For example:
The back panel should contain a short summary of your subject and references, citations and suggestions for further reading
Print small images from your computer or cut them out from magazines or newspapers. Glue the images to your brochure panels. Or, if appropriate to the topic, draw your own images.
The first panel when you open the brochure should contain an introduction to your subject so your reader knows what your brochure is about (for example, when and where Inkas civilization was founded, who founded it, etc.)
First Interior Panel
A brochure's format is very specific to fit a lot of information in a small space that is easy to read.
Text should be small but readable. If writing by hand, print your text. Do not use cursive.
Images should be small but easy to see. Wrap text around images to maximize space. Cite the source of your images on the back panel.
Formatting a Brochure
1. Brochures share a lot of information about a particular topic in a small space that is easy to read.
2. Each brochure panel should contain an image and a subtopic of your subject. Text should be concise, sharing only essential information to inform the reader.
Each brochure panel should contain an image and a subtopic of your subject. Text should be concise, sharing only essential information to inform the reader
3. Brochures have a Front Panel, Four information panels and a Back Panel.
4. You can use different text and images on it.