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Locate an Audience_Info


How can you reach your targeted audience so your infographic informs people about your issue?
Find several places to post your infographic to ensure it reaches and influences the knowledge of others.

Time To Complete 

1-2 Days

Common Core Standards 

  • CCRA.SL.5

I Can Statements 

  • I can:
    • Identify an audience for my work
    • Share my work with my identified audience
  • I will know my determination of audience is of high quality if it:
    • Allows me to appropriately share my infographic

Suggestions for Assessing Student Readiness to Move Forward:

  • Confer with students, asking probing questions about their audience.
  • Ask students to self-evaluate their work after completing one of the activities below.


Possible Activities 
  1. Give students a mini-lesson on the infographic submission sites and how they are evaluated, including: an overview of the qualities that increase website traffic, reputable sites, free sites versus those that charge a fee, and what the general public believes about sites you have to pay to post on. 

  2. Using a “scavenger hunt”-style exercise, have students look for infographics that are similar to theirs to find sites they may want to post on. 

  3. Give students a mini-lesson on how to increase traffic when posting online by creating a catchy headline, creating a headline that has common search terms and key terms, or scheduling tweets, blogs, and other promotions to increase traffic. 

  4. Have students write a reflection describing where they will post, why they chose a particular site, and what they will do to increase traffic to their infographic.

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