The THEA 240 course is designed to replicate the process of a professional director. The hope is that the final site you create for this class will be available for you to showcase your work as a director as well as your facility with Word Press as a marketable skill long after this course is over. As such, the site requires professionalism in design, content and navigation. In short you will need:
- To make sure there are no ‘coming soon’s and that all the content tabs are filled.
- All your content has correct spelling, punctuation and grammar.
- To be sure all of your content uses vocabulary that is appropriate in a professional context. Avoid overly casual or informal speech. (Caveat: If you would like to use popular, trendy or ‘edgy’ terminology in your content, use it sparingly and be sure that it is being read as intentional and/or artistic. Beware of emphasizing youthful colloquialisms that reflect an immature rather than a thoughtful approach. Youth does not sell in all markets, esp. when producers are looking to hire directors they can trust.)
- All of your images, research and links are cited correctly. You can use the appropriate plug in: (???) for that.