climate change (book and activities)

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climate change (book and activities) by Mind Map: climate change  (book and activities)

1. book specifications

1.1. size/dimensions

1.2. pages

1.3. designing

1.4. font

1.4.1. size

1.4.2. style

1.5. cover page

1.5.1. eye catching

1.6. right theme

1.6.1. relatable

1.6.2. easy to understand

1.7. story development

1.8. characters

1.9. balance

1.9.1. illustrations

1.9.2. words

1.10. being original

1.11. deciding art style

1.11.1. digital

1.11.2. hand drawn

1.12. using simple english

1.13. legalities and copyrights

1.14. type of book

1.14.1. story book

1.14.2. activity book

1.14.3. informative book

1.14.4. fiction/non-fiction

2. investigation

2.1. through

2.1.1. internet research

2.1.2. books

2.1.3. articles

2.1.4. interviews

2.1.5. surveys

2.1.6. videos

2.1.7. asking experts

2.1.7.1. authors

2.1.7.2. illustrators

2.1.7.3. librarians

2.1.7.4. book sellers

2.2. research on

2.2.1. solutions

2.2.2. what is it?

2.2.3. facts

2.2.4. effects

2.2.5. why is it happening?

2.2.6. causes

2.2.7. what will be our situation in the future?

2.2.8. research about climate change

2.3. ideation

2.3.1. what?

2.3.2. why?

2.3.3. is it helpful?

2.3.4. learning?

2.3.5. possibility

2.4. looking at other books

2.4.1. inspiration

2.4.2. research market

2.4.3. Reading Good Children’s Literature

2.5. spending time with audience

2.5.1. observing their level

2.5.2. types of books they read

3. planning

3.1. target audience

3.1.1. 2nd graders

3.1.2. 3rd graders

3.1.3. 4th graders

3.1.4. 5th graders

3.1.5. different schools (if possible)

3.2. making timelines

3.2.1. stages and schedules

3.2.1.1. ideation

3.2.1.2. research

3.2.1.3. drafts

3.2.1.3.1. writing

3.2.1.3.2. illustrating

3.3. selecting a supervisor

3.3.1. subject preferences

3.3.1.1. art

3.3.1.2. environmental sciences

3.3.1.3. english

3.4. budget

3.4.1. printing cost

3.4.2. binding cost

3.4.3. marketing cost

3.4.4. hidden costs

3.5. equipment and resources

3.6. deadlines ans submissions

3.7. setting success criteria

4. reflection

4.1. from

4.1.1. peer

4.1.2. self

4.1.3. experts

4.1.4. teachers

4.1.5. target audience

4.1.6. supervisor

4.2. through

4.2.1. surveys

4.2.2. feedback boxes

4.2.3. direct feedback

4.2.4. social media

4.2.5. live feedback

4.3. questions

4.3.1. what went well

4.3.2. improvements

4.3.3. was it helpful?

4.3.4. their learnings

4.3.5. design

4.4. comparing it to the success criteria

5. taking action

5.1. writing the story

5.1.1. beginning

5.1.2. middle

5.1.3. end

5.2. drafts

5.2.1. improving

5.2.2. implementing feedback

5.2.2.1. supervisors

5.2.2.2. peers

5.2.2.3. children

5.3. illustrating

5.3.1. digital/hand drawn

5.3.2. colour palette

5.3.3. art style

5.3.4. ways to portray

5.3.5. character development

5.4. advertising

5.4.1. social media platforms

5.4.1.1. instagram

5.4.1.2. facebook

5.4.1.3. google ads

5.4.2. websites

5.4.3. going to libraries

5.4.4. going to different schools

5.4.5. posters

5.4.6. email marketing