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Writer's Workshop Status of the Class
Here is a quick template I used for Status of the Class. You can write or type your students names along the left side and the date across the top. I used one per week because I had my students for writer's workshop everyday. The bottom has the abbreviations I used for each status. (If you need
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Citations in a Structured Paragraph - An Example of the Process
This resource offers a straight-forward, step-by-step example of how to use APA citations in a paragraph - from thesis to research to composition. Best for early college students or college bound high school students learning about the research process, using citations, and forming structured parag
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Traits of Good Writing Posters
Traits of Good Writing Posters. Good Writers Will Have Success -Success becomes an acronym for the traits of good writers. 6 Traits include Ideas and Content, Word Choice, Fluency, Voice, Organization, Conventions, and Presentation. These are sized 81/2 x 11 and can be printed as a handout, projecte
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Journalism: Investigative Reporting Notes for Newspaper and Yearbook
Investigative Reporting Class Notes serves as an introduction to the art of investigative reporting and provides students a structured approach to preparing to conduct investigative interviews and write investigative reports for print, broadcast, or internet posting.
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Journalism: Writing Eyewitness Reports Class Notes for Newspaper and Yearbook
For Journalism and Photojournalism. This one-page lecture/class notes/handout introduces students to the steps involved in covering three common news events: meetings, speeches, and sports events.
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Introduction to Broadcast Writing:  2 Lesson Plans
In this age of convergent media, student journalists must understand the distinction between writing for print and writing for broadcast, and why those differences exist. This SET OF TWO LESSON PLANS includes 49 PAGES of material and is versatile enough to be adapted for 2 – 4 class periods of 50
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A Summary of Transitions
I use this summary of transition words and phrases with my senior English students. The focus on transition categories has been particularly helpful in improving my students' writing. This handout has generally been one of my most useful teaching aids.
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LESSON PLAN: Adding STAND-UPs to a BROADCAST NEWS STORY
I am an Emmy-award winning broadcast journalist and an experienced educator and I understand the professional requirements for broadcast news. Scholastic broadcast journalists must learn these standards and conventions in order to meet the requirements for content, technical and ethical needs in fa
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Complete Journalism Program Notes, Quizzes, Activities for Newspaper & Yearbook
This file is a compilation and expansion of my Journalism material, including dozens of new pages of class notes, writing activities, quizzes, projects, and other material to teach Journalism and manage a student publication program. It covers interview techniques; news, feature, and opinion writing
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Dialouge in Fiction - PowerPoint 2003 & 2007 + PDF
Teach your students the parts of dialogue, punctuation within dialogue, how to notice and pay attention to written dialogue in stories, and how to write their own dialogue. This zip file comes with a PowerPoint (2003 & 2007 versions + a pdf that can be used as transparencies) presentation that w
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Journalism: Freedom & the American Press System Notes for Newspaper and Yearbook
This four-page class notes set introduces Journalism students to the law and ethics surrounding First Amendment rights and responsibilities. The notes focus on issues such as libel, slander, biased reporting, anonymous sources, and shield laws, among other topics. The set serves as introductory clas
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Punctuation in Dialogue PowerPoint (ver 2003, 2007 + pdf) Presentation
This zip file contains a 7 slide PowerPoint presentation (versions 2003, 2007, and a pdf that can be used as transparencies) demonstrating how to punctuate in dialogue. The last slide is designed to be printed out as a poster for your classroom. Find more teacher created, student approved classroom
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Colons versus Semicolons Comparison Chart
Although many teachers believe that students will simply intuit the proper use of punctuation through their reading, the reality is that the vast majority of student need direct instruction around grammar, usage, and mechanics. This chart comes in two versions, for the teacher and student, to be use
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Coordinating Conjunctions: Three Simple Rules
If you can teach yourself to remember these simple rules that go with coordinating conjunctions, you’ll be on your way to understanding and mastering comma usage! I used this handout for my developmental writing class, and the visual diagrams really helped the students.
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Ten Ways to Talk with Students about Tone
Tone is not an easy concept to describe and explain, yet it is a very important element of academic writing. This resource is a set of ten projectable items that each address the issue of tone in academic writing. Most items are a single page. Some are two pages. Four of items offer some discussion
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