Attendance Welcome Osobade Oluwabusayo, Lagos, Nigeria Announcements: ———————————————————— Minifie Lecture: Staying in the Field: Why face-to-face journalism matters on Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at 7:30 at the Education Auditorium Assignments for next class: Read Introduction to Interviewing Principles in Columbia University Journalism Interviewing Principles from Columbia Agenda: Review of assigned videos – Quiz #1 CAJ – How are you a journalist? Newswriting Basics – Chapter 3: Chapter3a and Chapter3b and complete all of the exercises for Chapter 3 of Newswriting Basics Generating Story Ideas – Generating Story Ideas – Chapter 2 in Investigative Journalism Manual (pp. 2: 1-18) Introduction to Interviewing Principles in Columbia University Journalism Interviewing Principles from Columbia REVIEW ASSIGNED VIDEOS: Dave Isay … Continue reading Week 2 – Monday, September 21
INTRODUCTION Welcome to Introduction to Print Journalism Week 1 Agenda Introductions Review Course Outline What is Journalism? What is news? What are news values? How do you find news? Inverted pyramid Leads Quotations 1. Introductions: Students to pair up and interview their partners to get the following information: Name, home town, background (education, hobbies), why journalism? Also, if you were going to write a profile of this person, what aspect of their life would you focus on? Include one quotation from your partner… 2. Review Course Outline BREAK (10 minutes) 3. Discussion: What is Journalism? In-class exercise: … Continue reading Week 1 – Monday, September 14
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Welcome to Introduction to Print JRN 300 at the University of Regina School of Journalism. We meet all day Mondays 8:30 – 4:15 with lunch/lab from 11:30 to 1:30. Every day has a guest. Every day has an assignment due … Continue reading Welcome
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