This brochure was created by 6th-grade students from the Genesee Community Charter School, in Rochester, New York, who prepared the report entitled Reshaping Rochester.
This brochure was used as part of a promotional campaign highlighting the work of students on the Grasso-Zimmer Plan, an effort to re-water the dry Erie Canal waterway that runs through the center of downtown Rochester.
The brochure was produced and printed in-house, on the school’s professional-quality copying machine. The original was an 8 ½ by 11 inches, 4-page, tri-fold brochure, printed on glossy high-quality paper.
How This Project Can Be Useful
- Highlights an extension of a product associated with a multi-year Learning expedition that featured high level academic skills and citizenship
- Shows a means for publicizing student word – both letting the public know about students’ work, and also generating an authentic audience for the students
- Excellent model of a quality brochure
- Exemplifies the use of high quality layout, design and printing, which lends a professional feel to the information contained in the brochure
Common Core State Standards
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