“The Triple Bottom Line”
February 14, 2020
Causes And Consequences Of Public Policy
February 14, 2020

News Story

This is your introduction to basic news writing. We say basic news writing because this provides you with a good foundation for media writing. Since you are a beginner in this process, it is imperative that you understand the need to report the facts of what is happening. Talk to the people around you to get their reaction. In fact, rely on the people around you to provide the basis for your story. Listen, ask questions, take notes. Then sit down and organize your story starting with the most important fact and ending with the least important facts (inverted pyramid). Again, dont interpret, but relay the facts. Remember to be clear, concise, and brief.

Assignment: You must attend an off-campus community meeting or event of some sort (school board, city council, PTSA, girl or boy scouts or other organization, condo association, community club (not on campus), an opening ceremony, award ceremony, etc. and report on the meeting or event. You should report on the meeting or event as actual news. Interview people at the event, do some research on the organization or event. You will be required to complete a News Story Planning Sheet (Exercise #2) in preparation for the assignment. You will receive feedback on your story choice prior to the actual event, so plan carefully. Find the attachment for guidance.

Checklist:

The article has a main focus.
The article is organized in the inverted pyramid format.
The article begins with a summary lead paragraph (5Ws and an H).
The article is written in active voice.
The article uses active verbs.
The article uses AP Style, direct quotes, indirect quotes and all other news-reporting elements found in the textbook and resource materials.
The article contains quotes from at least 2 (two) sources. NOT your friends or family members.
Word Count 350.(could be more than 350 as long as it covers all the requirements)
Assignment is written in Times New Roman 12pt double-spaced.

Do not write an essay or summary of the event. Refer to the AP Stylebook for the correct way to use quotes and attributions throughout your article!

 

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“The Triple Bottom Line”
February 14, 2020
Causes And Consequences Of Public Policy
February 14, 2020

News Story

This is your introduction to basic news writing. We say basic news writing because this provides you with a good foundation for media writing. Since you are a beginner in this process, it is imperative that you understand the need to report the facts of what is happening. Talk to the people around you to get their reaction. In fact, rely on the people around you to provide the basis for your story. Listen, ask questions, take notes. Then sit down and organize your story starting with the most important fact and ending with the least important facts (inverted pyramid). Again, dont interpret, but relay the facts. Remember to be clear, concise, and brief.

Assignment: You must attend an off-campus community meeting or event of some sort (school board, city council, PTSA, girl or boy scouts or other organization, condo association, community club (not on campus), an opening ceremony, award ceremony, etc. and report on the meeting or event. You should report on the meeting or event as actual news. Interview people at the event, do some research on the organization or event. You will be required to complete a News Story Planning Sheet (Exercise #2) in preparation for the assignment. You will receive feedback on your story choice prior to the actual event, so plan carefully. Find the attachment for guidance.

Checklist:

The article has a main focus.
The article is organized in the inverted pyramid format.
The article begins with a summary lead paragraph (5Ws and an H).
The article is written in active voice.
The article uses active verbs.
The article uses AP Style, direct quotes, indirect quotes and all other news-reporting elements found in the textbook and resource materials.
The article contains quotes from at least 2 (two) sources. NOT your friends or family members.
Word Count 350.(could be more than 350 as long as it covers all the requirements)
Assignment is written in Times New Roman 12pt double-spaced.

Do not write an essay or summary of the event. Refer to the AP Stylebook for the correct way to use quotes and attributions throughout your article!

 

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“The Triple Bottom Line”
February 14, 2020
Causes And Consequences Of Public Policy
February 14, 2020

News Story

This is your introduction to basic news writing. We say basic news writing because this provides you with a good foundation for media writing. Since you are a beginner in this process, it is imperative that you understand the need to report the facts of what is happening. Talk to the people around you to get their reaction. In fact, rely on the people around you to provide the basis for your story. Listen, ask questions, take notes. Then sit down and organize your story starting with the most important fact and ending with the least important facts (inverted pyramid). Again, dont interpret, but relay the facts. Remember to be clear, concise, and brief.

Assignment: You must attend an off-campus community meeting or event of some sort (school board, city council, PTSA, girl or boy scouts or other organization, condo association, community club (not on campus), an opening ceremony, award ceremony, etc. and report on the meeting or event. You should report on the meeting or event as actual news. Interview people at the event, do some research on the organization or event. You will be required to complete a News Story Planning Sheet (Exercise #2) in preparation for the assignment. You will receive feedback on your story choice prior to the actual event, so plan carefully. Find the attachment for guidance.

Checklist:

The article has a main focus.
The article is organized in the inverted pyramid format.
The article begins with a summary lead paragraph (5Ws and an H).
The article is written in active voice.
The article uses active verbs.
The article uses AP Style, direct quotes, indirect quotes and all other news-reporting elements found in the textbook and resource materials.
The article contains quotes from at least 2 (two) sources. NOT your friends or family members.
Word Count 350.(could be more than 350 as long as it covers all the requirements)
Assignment is written in Times New Roman 12pt double-spaced.

Do not write an essay or summary of the event. Refer to the AP Stylebook for the correct way to use quotes and attributions throughout your article!

 

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