Business Is The Issue Spring Myp Lamar High School Business

1710 words - 7 pages

Business is the Issue?
Business Information Management
Spring, 2018
A publishing company wants to increase the market of its youth readers. They are looking to create a publication that affects the many issues of today’s youth. They have asked the students at Lamar to create a magazine about teenage social issues around the globe.
Based on the content that you were taught, you must choose a platform to create a magazine that will inform your readers of the many social issues that are affecting societies’ youth.
· A – Day March 19th in Class
· B – Day March 20th in Class
· Magazine (turn in to HUB)
· Design Folder (worth 4 grades combined into 1)
· Digital copy (turn in to
The aims of MYP design are to encourage and enable students to:
· enjoy the design process, develop an appreciation of its elegance and power
· use and apply technology effectively as a means to access, process and communicate information, model and create solutions, and to solve problems
· develop an appreciation of the impact of design innovations for life, global society and environments
· develop respect for others’ viewpoints and appreciate alternative solutions to problems
· act with integrity and honesty, and take responsibility for their own actions developing effective working practices.
A. Inquiring and analysing
Students are presented with a design situation, from which they identify a problem that needs to be solved. They analyse the need for a solution and conduct an inquiry into the nature of the problem.
In order to reach the aims of design, students should be able to:
i. explain and justify the need for a solution to a problem for a specified client/target audience
ii. identify and prioritize the primary and secondary research needed to develop a solution to the
iii. analyse a range of existing products that inspire a solution to the problem
iv. develop a detailed design brief which summarizes the analysis of relevant research.
B. Developing ideas
Students write a detailed specification, which drives the development of a solution. They present the solution.
In order to reach the aims of design, students should be able to:
i. develop a design specification which clearly states the success criteria for the design of a solution
ii. develop a range of feasible design ideas which can be correctly interpreted by others
iii. present the final chosen design and justify its selection
iv. develop accurate and detailed planning drawings/diagrams and outline the requirements for the
creation of the chosen solution.
C. Creating the solution
Students plan the creation of the chosen solution and follow the plan to create a prototype sufficient for testing and evaluation.
In order to reach the aims of design, students should be able to:
i. construct a logical plan, which describes the efficient use of time and resources, sufficient for peers
to be able to follow to create the solution
ii. demonstr...


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