Thursday 29th March A Message from the Principal The speed in which the last half term has passed is quite astonishing and here we are at the Easter break.
These are known as the three Cs of journalism. Explain that TV and radio journalists write as if they were telling a friend about something really interesting they've just found out.
This makes the story: Clear you write it how you would say it Concise your friend doesn't like waffle Correct you're not going to lie to your friend Students practise this skill by telling their partner about the news topic they chose in lesson 2.
They should read the script, chose a story, turn the print-out face down and tell their partner the story in their own words. Teachers who still wish to use it can access it here.
Write as you speak Students transfer their words - as they spoke them - onto Worksheet 3. The right-hand column allows them to work out long it will take a presenter to read it. Limit students to a script of seconds or less. It will help them remain concise.
Script template Remind students not to write in the large left hand margin. They will need to use this in Lesson 4 and should keep it somewhere safe until then.
Not only does this exercise help students develop their own news-reporting voice and style, it also helps avoid the temptation to copy and paste, which without adequate acknowledgement can amount to plagiarism. To avoid this, students should attribute information accurately: One way of doing this is to use a quote, for example: Head teacher Peter Walsh said: In this case, "According to" is an extremely useful phrase, for example: Online reporting alternative Students who have decided to produce online reports on School Report News Day may like to use this guide in conjunction with Worksheet 3.
In order to format their news reports into five-sentences, as advocated in this guide, students should leave a row between each sentence on the worksheet. Students may therefore require two copies of the script-writing template.
Students take this quiz: Keeping news safe and legal Answers: Ideally you should interview someone with an opinion, someone with an opposing view and an expert on the matter. It's also a good idea to ask a variety of people. All adults, all children, all men or all women doesn't make a very balanced report.
By comparing old and new packets, you would be able to check that the new food does contain more fat, sugar and salt than the old.
However the new supplier could take you to court for suggesting that their food is out-of-date or poisonous without proof and, if you lost the case, it could cost you a large sum of money. They belong to the photographer or the person who made them. You have to ask their permission to use them, otherwise it's like stealing.
If you take your own photographs, YOU own them and you can give yourself permission to use them. They must be on the BBC News website and have one of the following credits: If you are reporting a court story you should be in the courtroom yourself - and even then you have to be extremely careful.
For example, the law says you cannot name the patient.
Would you want your name published if you were in their shoes? Copying what someone who WAS in court has written is a safer option than writing about the court case in your own words, but what if the journalist you are copying has got it wrong. Both of you could be fined a large sum of money. Court stories are very tricky to report so it's safer to avoid them unless you have done lots of training.
It covers protecting children's identity, taste and decency, contempt, defamation and copyright. Essential information for teachers about media law 6 C Remember who your audience are.EUROCALL: A professional association devoted to promoting the use of technology enhanced language learning.
EUROCALL was founded in and set up as a recognised professional association with the aid of EU funding in The current President of EUROCALL is Françoise Blin, Dublin City University. Happy Easter ‘Parent News’ is published a day early this week; we would like to wish you all a very Happy Easter.
Today signifies the end of the Spring Term with two weeks Easter holiday to enjoy before we return to school for the summer term on Monday, 16th April at am. Please Note: There are numerous revision sessions scheduled throughout the holiday for students taking exams this. Nov 03, · How to Write a News Report.
In this Article: Article Summary Sample News Reports Collecting Information for the Report Writing the News Report Community Q&A A news report is similar to a news article. It is the basic facts of a story that is currently happening or that just happened%(70).
Reports. It is likely that you will have to write a report on a survey that you carry out. This will need to be a multi-page document including some or all of the sections described below. Writing a News Report Created by: Dale Simnett and Darren Reed Formatted by R Fracchioni Reproduction of the material without authorization from authors, by any duplication process, is strictly prohibited.
Task: Write a news report based on the headline and picture below. News Report: KS3/4 lesson teacher notes Teacher notes iption 1 In this activity students will be shown a spoof news report about the “British Institute of.