If you've been assigned to teach a media literacy, multimedia communications, or good old fashioned Journalism I and aren't sure where to begin, or if you'd like to propose such a course for your school/district, or if you'd just like to update your current course, this curriculum is for you. The do
This syllabus is designed for a course that includes four levels of photojournalism. The syllabus conveys the multi-faceted nature of being in the yearbook class and how it means more than just reporting to class. It conveys the expectations both in and out of class
Outlined in this resources are a variety of strategies to employ in order to expand your yearbook staff. It is a comprehensive guide that includes everything from using the guidance counselors as resources to students being nominated by their peers.
This is a full Presentation about great painter Sir Anthony van Dyck.
The zip bundle also includes the while-listening task for the students (they need to fill in the painter's profile) which is done in a facebook style! Looks cool!
The bundle also implies a teacher's report doc.
It can be terrifying to hear that you have been assigned to teach the student newspaper (or any student media) class, whether you're a new teacher or an experienced teacher who has never done it before. It can also be frustrating to try to explain to administrators what actually goes on in a typical