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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 file is a collection of powerpoint presentations, handouts, assignments and resources excellent for teaching middle school to high school students the basics of broadcast journalism. Being the advisor of a school journalism class is no easy task and we could use all the help we can get. Inclu
Introduction to Journalism for Google Apps. This ELA is suitable for Gr 7-10 and aligns with the standards in most educational jurisdictions. This Introduction to Journalism Teaching Packet is also available inPDF here.</a>Included in this resource Journalism/News unit for Google Slides:Intro
A 15-slide PowerPoint covering the following: - The concept of news judgment - Determining an audience's interest level in people, events, or stories - The elements of news - Timeliness - Proximity - Prominence - Conflict - Consequence - Human interest - The brainstorming process - The concept of
Introduce students to the idea of investigative journalism with this lesson. Students can read an article on the Watergate Scandal while also using literacy strategies to support BDA (before, during, and after reading). Some of these include previewing and surveying the text, creating an expectation
This four-page, one-week unit introduces students to the components of Mass Communications; specific terms associated with various mass media froms; and aspects of newspapers, magazines, radio, broadcast, and internet media. It includes two group activities focusing on evaluation of a student newspa
This bundle provides hyperdocs (using google docs) that walk students through what journalism means and how to be an ethical journalist. Students love finding the right information and discussion about ethical reporting is rich! I then have a linked slideshow that overviews the outline of a journali
Introduction to Journalism-Teacher Manual is a full course teacher guide provides the tools, strategies and instructional materials to equip you for teaching this subject and preparing your students in the craft. Materials include pacing guide, daily lesson plans, class note PowerPoints, student boo
This is part of a 6 unit series (available as a bundle) designed for students studying journalism for the first time. Activities are included within the presentation.This first unit is an introductory one consisting of 3 lessons:Lesson 1• Aims of the Course• Units• Skills• Reading List • Assessment•
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11th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

Also included in: Journalism 101 Bundle

A graphic organizer that guides students to do research or webquest to find general information about opinion writing and editorials in the journalism arena. Uploaded as a Word document so you may alter to fit your curriculum or instruction.
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9th - 12th
This simple but thorough slideshow is an introduction to journalism, interviewing skills and news reporting. There is information on the history of journalism, including famous reporters and newspapers around the world. It includes notes on how to conduct an interview, and an activity to write an ar
Introduction to Journalism-Student Activity Book is used with the Teacher Manual (sold separately). The course is a basic entrance to the world of journalistic writing and design which can be used with any journalism textbook, or it can serve as a guide to using printed and online periodicals as a s
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7th - 12th
This 2-page introduction to news writing provides discussion questions regarding newsworthiness, leads, and the inverted pyramid, along with a sample news story and a series of lead-writing activities for student journalists; for these, students are asked to create effective 1-sentence leads from a
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9th - 12th
This simple but thorough slideshow (PDF version) is an introduction to journalism, interviewing skills and news reporting. There is information on the history of journalism, including famous reporters and newspapers around the world. It includes notes on how to conduct an interview, and an activity
ELA teaching activities for an introduction to journalism. This unit has a heavy focus on using critical thinking skills.This teaching packet is also available for Google Apps here.Included in the introduction to news and journalism learning packet:Teacher background information30+ Discussion Quest
A 10-slide introductory PowerPoint covering various functions of journalists, including the political function, the economic function, the sentry function, the record-keeping function, the entertainment function, the social function, the marketplace function, and the agenda-setting function.
This worksheet simultaneously helps students stay engaged in current events and teaches foundational reading comprehension concepts that will help develop more informed reading and writing skills. This worksheet encourages students to analyze a piece of investigatory journalism through the lens of w
This is a course proposal for Introduction to Mass Communications that was created for and approved by the University of California system, and at the end of the document is the course proposal that I used for my district. This course was created to replace our Newspaper class so that we could get a
The following activities for Journalism class can be implemented through out the year as students learn more about the art of reporting news.
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7th - 12th
This Composing the Right Shot for Beginning Photographers Teaching Pack is designed specifically for your yearbook or journalism students. The tips and pictures were chosen for situations and scenarios that students in a yearbook or journalism publication class would encounter. If you are wanting
I have taught the yearbook journalism class for many years, and love the entire process. This yearbook bundle pack will set you up for the entire year of planning, organizing, and making your yearbook. In this bundle you will be able to plan, design, organize, introduce the website, share informatio
JOURNALISM NEWSPAPER ARTICLE WRITING: Introduce your students to non-fiction journalistic writing with this resource that helps them write a newspaper article. INCLUDED IN YOUR PURCHASE• A 12 Slide Powerpoint Presentation: The presentation outlines the important aspects to consider when writing a j
Journalism - AP Writing: This zipped file includes a 36 page PowerPoint presentation about Associated Press (AP) Style writing that is completely editable, and two PDF files. One PDF file is a printable and foldable 8 page AP Style Student Reference Guide for middle school and high school journalism
This bundle of photography lessons for student photographers is designed specifically for yearbook or journalism students. The tips and pictures were chosen for situations and scenarios that students in a yearbook or journalism class would encounter. If you are wanting to improve the quality of the
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8th - 12th, Higher Education

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