Week 13: 11/14/16 – 11/18/16

Friday Nov. 18, 2016: Career Choices: Clothing; Photography Editing; ISO of DSLR Activities 1. Career Choices: Clothing and Food: Workbook pp 35-top of 36 Cheap Clothes Are Too Expensive (LifeHacker Arti... Read More...

Week 12: 11/7/16 – 11/10/16

Monday & Tuesday Nov. 7 & 8, 2016: Career Choices, Poster Designs, Orphan Train Today's BIG QUESTIONS: Can you use Photoshop Masks in our gravestone project?What PHOTOSHOP magic can create your ideal ... Read More...

Week 11: 10/31/16 – 11/4/16

Block Day Nov. 2-3, 2016: Career Choices, Poster Designs, Orphan Train Today's BIG QUESTIONS: Can you use Photoshop Masks in our gravestone project?What PHOTOSHOP magic can create your ideal gravestone? Acti... Read More...

Week 10: 10/24/16 – 10/28/16

TUESDAY 10/25/16: Orphan Train reading, poster sketching & castmember bios Today's BIG QUESTIONS: What in the script reading can you apply to a poster design?What interview details and audio can you use f... Read More...

Week 9: 10/17/16 – 10/21/16

BLOCK 10/19-20/16: PRHS Program Stories!, Orphan Train Preview & Interviews Today's BIG QUESTIONS: What qualities and characteristics of yours ?How can we use the skills and knowledge from others to impro... Read More...
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Week 8: 10/11/16 – 10/14/16

FRIDAY 10/14/16: R2 & Photography II Today's BIG QUESTIONS: What qualities and characteristics of yours ?How can we use the skills and knowledge from others to improve our own rough drafts?How can you use... Read More...

Week 7: 10/3/16 – 10/6/16

FRIDAY 10/7/16: Example R1 & Writing Time Today's BIG QUESTIONS: Does the Sample R1 give you helpful examples?What research & statistics relate to your program?Have you fact gathered enough to produce... Read More...

WRITING YOUR LEAD

LEADS: Readers are the bees; your lead is the flower A LEAD is the "make it or break it" part of a story. It should be catchy enough to attract readers, memorable to elevate your story, and informational to ke... Read More...

Opinion Structure

The Opinion Story: A Classic Way to Structure It These basic elements create a sure-fire story that satisfies readers, permits plenty of editorializing, and scores well at contests. Vary the length of any of t... Read More...

Writing a review

How fun to pursue journalism written as REVIEW, where you help the audience know whether they should also experience it. Get out there, enjoy some entertainment or food, and give readers a sassy and factual r... Read More...

The Inverted Pyramid

This is a classic skill to show as a writer so that readers get the most important facts of your story early before they bounce. Nearly ALL journalism stories and headlines need you to prioritize the facts from... Read More...