PORTFOLIO STORYBOARD

FIRST, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:

1. Purpose: What is the purpose(s) of this portfolio? To show what I am capable of and how my skills are put to use for advancement.

2. Audience: For what audience(s) will the portfolio be created? Who might likely read it? Professors, Students and even parents will read my portfolio because if the students like it then they might take it home to share and my work will spread.

3. Content: In this case:

· Personal Essay

· Brochure

· Reflective Essay

· Job advertisements (2)

4. Process: What processes will be engaged in during the development of the portfolio? In this case:

· Selection of content

· Choosing graphics

· Technical understanding of Carbonmade

· Instructor review and feedback

· Peer review and feedback

· Reflections for each assignment

5. Management: How will time and materials be managed in the development of the portfolio?

This assignment will span two weeks. Develop a calendar that shows your time-management strategy to accomplish this assignment in full over two weeks. On which days and how much time will you allot (or have allotted) to the project?

Week 1: Tuesday 1 hour reviewing questions and past work, Wednesday 4 hours searching for images and answering questions. Thursday 5 hours organizing assignments. Friday 6 hours completing assignment.

Week 2: Mon 1 hour; Tues 3 hours; Wed 5 hours; Thurs 4 hours; Fri. 6 hours complete the assignment.

6. Communication: How and when will the portfolio are shared with pertinent audiences? I will share my portfolio with my professor, with my interviewers, and career services in my school to see if I can better advance myself.

7. Evaluation: How should portfolios be evaluated? What criteria would you use if you were the instructor of this class? I would look for images, wording, catchy phrases, and things that would sell what the student is presenting in terms if their work and make sure it is on the right track. As well and following instructions and making sure it is well out together.

8. Using the chart on the next page as a guide, post you’re five (5) written pieces, the graphic you will be looking for to compliment this work, and a written reflection that answers the following prompts for each assignment:

Growth questions/prompts

· What are the strengths of this work? Weaknesses?

· What would you work on more if you had additional time?

· What do you know about this form of writing that you did not know at the beginning of the year semester?

· Looking at (or thinking about) an earlier piece of similar work, how does this new piece of work compare? How is it better or worse? Where can you see progress or improvement?

· How did you get “stuck” working on this task? How did you get “unstuck”? (Optional question)

· One skill I could not perform very well but now I can is….

· From reviewing this piece I learned….

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Job

Advertisement #1

Graphic

Reflection

Job

Advertisement #2

Graphic

Reflection

Personal Essay

Graphic

Reflection

Brochure

Graphic

Reflection

Reflective Essay

Graphic

Reflection