Week 17

 Monday-WK17 Sports Reporters
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Do the assignment on GC – readings are here
1 sports reporting presentation – View this
2 Sportswriting – Read this Word doc
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Wednesday

Thursday
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Editorial Cartoons
Use one of these editorial cartoons
Go to GC for assignment

Friday – Watergate follow up
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Watergate Special Report

 

Watergate from Investigating Power on Vimeo.

Week 16

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqJyZpgxj4X8qBzK9TMhf7sNJjksc1W5Lnhb3Tcl3WPihaTQ/viewform?c=0&w=1

 

Monday –
Start All the President’s Men

Wednesday
What is News Video
-Answer questions after video

Editorials and Opinions

Newseum
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Woodward and Bernstein on Jon Stewart
http://youtu.be/YxCASPRMZb8
http://youtu.be/Qy-_H7IbY4c
http://youtu.be/rtdQpzAizEk
http://youtu.be/WHwH3CBA_PU
http://youtu.be/CHaoj5uq7ik
http://youtu.be/mAEtnOhPUCc
http://youtu.be/xHet4eNOHiM
http://youtu.be/khyWNMkik7Y

Google Drive:
What did we as journalists learn from Watergate? (Give examples)
What does Bernstein mean by saying “The system worked!” Why?

Friday
Quiz – No Computers
Answer the question: Why Is This Film (ATPM) Important for Journalists? –
Google Classroom

Captions:

http://ec2-23-21-238-238.compute-1.amazonaws.com/sh/?h=lABsCx6

WK15 Caption Writing on GC
WK15 Critiques on GC

Twitter Headline Writing -MAN BITES DOG-
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man_bites_dog_(journalism)

Week 14

Monday –

http://graphics8.nytimes.com/video/players/offsite/index.html?videoId=100000002691088

Writing an Op/Ed (Opinion/Editorial)
Editorial to read 1
Editorial to read  2

1 Editorial

2 Easy Formula For Writing an Editorial

3 editorial – WK16 Editorial ideas post to blog

Ex. 2

Wednesday –
Editorial Assignment – Turn into Google Classroom

Write an Opinion/Editorial – 250-350 words
Make sure to back up your facts
Follow the suggested format below:

The Lead:
* Whom or what does the editorial discuss?
* When did/will the issue come to be?
* Where did/will the issue arise?
* Why did/will the issue occur?
* How is this editorial significant to the reader/society?

Concession:
* What is the position of the opposition? (Who is the opposition?)
* What facts support their position?

The Body:
* What is the writer’s (your) position?
* What facts support the writer’s (your) position?
* What valid point is conceded by the writer (you) to the opposition?

Conclusion:
* Solutions to the problem.
* Challenge to the reader to be informed and convinced.

Friday –
PRINT your editorial
Edit editorials
Turn in again – Edited Editorials – GC

Critique-
USA Today
CNN
HuffingtonPost

Interviews