My new infographic
Some time ago, I started trying to learn to make infographics and had an idea for a poster showing a possible lesson following a process orientation to writing.
The infographic took quite a bit of work to do. Process was less easy to depict than I had anticipated but here is my infographic
Teachers, use if you think it might help your students understand the structure of your writing lessons; teacher trainer colleagues, use if you are doing a session on this topic.
I have often used it as a prompt in a loop input on process writing to get trainees to write about writing.
My handmade drawing
Drawing by Marisa Constantinides
Which one do you prefer? Let me know in the comments below please 🙂
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Love the hand made one for sure… More genuine.. Lots of love dear Marisa…
Your drawing does what the infographic can’t, which is show the drafting and redrafting recursive process of writing…Can I share both? 🙂
Absolutely, Sophia – I couldn’t find a way to build in the recursiveness in a visually interesting way though the drawing is very rough – looking for an alternative tool that does both.
Really like them both – both are really effective visualisations of process writing. Your infographic shows the process really clearly whereas your wonderful drawing captures the reality of the ‘messiness’ involved in the process. Makes me think it would be a great idea for trainees to have a go at portraying the process visually based on written or practical input and then using yours to compare.
Always a great idea to get trainees to visualise in whatever way they can; even TP feedback comments can come in pictures 🙂