[vet-mm] Content & Copy

Brian Pearce BPearce at clc.vic.edu.au
Wed Feb 6 09:32:12 EST 2008

Hi Fran,


You can let them use their graphic skills to design a brochure or
advertising postcard or even a website. The grading is done on the
content and layout of the text but the visual elements and overall
design can keep them interested. These activities still lend themselves
to drafting, evaluation & review, consideration of target audience, etc.
a required by the UOC.




Brian Pearce

Catholic Ladies College, Eltham



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[mailto:vet-mm-bounces at edulists.com.au] On Behalf Of Fran Ibbott
Sent: Tuesday, 5 February 2008 9:38 PM
To: vet-mm at edulists.com.au
Subject: [vet-mm] Content & Copy


Hey all,

I am teaching VET MM Cert III for the 2nd time around and struggling to
think of ideas to make the Content and Copy module more interesting...?
Last year, that was the most dry, boring SAC task that I set, and I'm
looking for ideas of what other people have done, and perhaps thinking
about incorporating a new task... Anyone willing to share?



Fran Ibbott
Community Liaison &
Transition Manager
Monbulk College
David Hill Road
Monbulk   VIC   3793
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