global studies question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
Using the FactSheetHowTo.pdf document and templates attached, create a document that provides clear and easy real information on whether or not does Kelly's chapter supports that baseball is a global sport.
Using the FactSheetHowTo.pdf document and templates attached, create a 2-page document that provides clear and easy real information on whether or not William Kelly's chapter supports that baseball is a global sport. You should justify whether or not baseball is global overall but mostly, for this assignment, the case of baseball.
Make sure you add accurate and convincing information (arguments) based from the chapter. It is important that you read the chapter in advance and select the information to support your answer.
This is not an essay, you must be selective and summarize or else the assignment will be too time-consuming.
Note: The Fact Sheet How (below) is a brief document. The Fact Sheet Templates opens a zip with very many options of templates for you to choose! (Just pick one). Make sure you add the content that fits your template. Reach out to me if you need help early of the second week.
A A Fact Sheet about Fact Sheets Fact Sheet is a document that provides clear and easy to read information on a topic. Often, but not always, the purpose of the fact sheet is to convince the reader to do something, like hand washing often to avoid viruses, or joining an organization that saves the spotted owl, etc. Fact Sheets are normally only one page, or the front and back of one sheet. Therefore, you must narrow your topic to include only the most important and relevant facts to convince your reader to take action. Providing extraneous information may cause the reader to put your Fact Sheet aside and disregard the information you are providing. Here are some things to keep in mind when creating your Fact Sheet: Before preparing a fact sheet, think about your audience. Your information will be written differently if the audience is experts in the field versus the general public. If your audience is the general public, use words that the average person (someone without professional training in the subject area) can understand. If you must use technical words, explain the meaning. Keep the most important information at the beginning of your sheet. Let your audience know what the issue is and what action you would like them to do. Otherwise they may decide to quit reading before they know what you want them to do! If your sheet requires some sort of action, like calling a doctor immediately if showing signs of symptoms illustrated in your sheet, make it as easy as possible for them to take action. If you want them to make a call, give them the number. If you want a voter to vote for a bill, provide the bill number and title.Art Style Audience also has to do with the style of presentation - whether the look is professional, businesslike, casual, or youth-oriented. For example, a fact sheet on Sea Lions will likely have a more youthful color palette, fonts, and fun images. Textual Hierarchy • Just as in similar papers, there should be a clear textual hierarchy. The main point (or argument) should be quickly noticed and made obvious. Your information should be organized. Bullets are a good visual tool. A poorly designed paper makes the user read the entire paper to understand what it is about. • Choose descriptive titles. An example of poor titling is a fact sheet entitled “Broadband in Rural Areas”. The user is unsure what is the direction or objective of the paper - beyond Broadband usage in rural areas. Images • Images attract the eye and draw the reader into the design. • Image choices should complement and relate to the topic. Poor image choices confuse the reader as to the paper’s argument. • Images need to be placed strategically to balance the page. Readability • The length of the line of text, called line length, should be a comfortable-to-read width. Avoid line lengths that run the entire width of the page.
• If have more text than will fit on 1 or 2 pages, consider using columns which allow you to fit more text onto the page. Columns also give you more design options to move graphics, photos, and other graphic elements. Legibility • Use fonts that the characters can be quickly understood. Some novelty fonts are difficult to discern and slow reading. • If you are printing your fact sheet, use a font that is easy to read like Times or Minion. The rule of thumb is to only use ono more than three fonts in your document. • Use bullets when you can. • Leave lots of white space. White space is the space around the text and makes your document clear, simple, and inviting. • Label the main information. • Bold, text boxes, and graphics add emphasis, but don’t overdo it. • It’s best to stay away from all caps. • Limit color to one or two. Too many colors are distracting. Typical writing errors Identify all acronyms at first use, then use only the acronym for the rest of the document. For instance, the first time you use the United States of America (USA) write it out and then abbreviate USA when used later in your text. Spell check. Spell check. Spell check. Content • A fact sheet is a self contained document and should not refer to previous documents. • Cite references for text, photos, illustrations and charts. For electronic fact sheets, use hyperlinks. • Find ways to simplify complex ideas. Search for comparisons and everyday analogies that will express complicated processes. Transform jargon into English. • Write in the present tense and as active as possible. • Use terms consistently. For instance, if you use the United States of America, do not later use the United States, or America alone. • If details are given in a table or chart, there is no need to give those details in the narrative (use general terms instead) • The page should begin with the words “Fact Sheet,” followed by a very brief headline that explains the subject of the page. • Whenever possible use simple graphs and charts which can give your audience the information with just a glance. For More Information Contact your professor. KENT STATE ONLINE
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