Posters are an amalgam of notices, advertisements, and invitations. They may be in the form of large hoardings to be put up on walls, or the size of handbills to be displayed on the noticeboards, etc. Hence, they have to be captivating, attractive and persuasive so as to influence a large number of people. Generally, they are designed to create social awareness about current issues, or to even extend public invitations and write notices.
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Poster Writing Topics for Class 11 Format, Examples PDF
How to write a poster:
- Slogan-like constructions are given preference over complete sentences.
- The slogans may be arranged in any shape.
- You may use just one sketch or diagram.
- Draw a box outside the text of your poster.
- You may have seen posters with many pictures, but you will get marks only on how effectively you convey your message.
- A poster may or may not have a heading.
- Usually, a poster ends with the name of the individual or organization
- Use visuals/pictures to create interest and get the message across – the visual/colours must add to and not detract from the message.
- Arrange content in a pleasing, readable way – the poster’s wordings should be centred in an appealing manner.
- The first line should introduce the purpose of the poster. For example, a health mela, a school fete.
- Mention relevant contact details.
- Include other details that would arouse the interest of the reader.
- The name and address of the issuing organisation must be clear.
- Catchy slogans/captions can be used to make the message effective.
PURPOSE (Drama/Exhibition/Workshop etc.)
Poster Writing Sample Examples for Class 11 CBSE
Your school is organising a fete to collect funds for victims of a flood. Put up a poster near the gate to inform as many people as you can.
Your school is celebrating Charles Dickens’ bicentennial by organising a Dickens Week. Design a poster for the same.
Water is precious and each one of us must stop its wastage. Prepare a poster in not more than 50 words urging people to employ various methods of rainwater harvesting in their colonies.
Poster Writing Practice Examples for Class 11 CBSE
- Repeated earthquakes in India and elsewhere have resulted in unprecedented damage and destruction to both life and property. Educating people on the precautions to be taken is the need of the hour. Prepare a poster, in not more than 50 words, for creating this awareness.
- As Secretary of the Environment Club of his school, Abhinav Shrestha of Class XI A is designing a poster to inform the students about giving up on crackers during Diwali. Help him design the poster.
- Your school is celebrating Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Week. As Secretary of the Cultural Club, design a poster to inform the students of the same. Give the necessary details.
- Design a poster with the theme “Biodiversity in the changing climate”.
- How are lifestyle changes and climate change-related? Design a poster to bring out the relationship.
- “Climate change and the world in 2050″. Design a poster on the theme.