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Jour203 s99 midterm exam - NEWS REPORTING AND WRITING J OUR...

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Unformatted text preview: NEWS REPORTING AND WRITING J OUR 2034)] Mid—Term AP exercises. Check the correct sentence. Two of the gj-rls laughed. \/ 2 of the girls laughed The ceremony begins at 10 AM. The ceremony begins at ten am. The ceremony-begins at 1-0 am. \/ He was two years old. He was 2-years old. He was 2-years-old.‘ He was 2 years-old. It’s another term for mayor Allen Settle. Allen Settle 1has-been re-elected Mayor of San Luis Obispo. Mayor Allen Settle has been re-elected by a landslide. / Your meeting will be held Mon, September 8. Your meeting will be held Monday, Sept. 8. / Your meeting will be held on Monday, Sept. 8. My meeting will be held Tuesday. / My meeting willrbe held-on Tuesday. My meeting will be held this Tuesday. The man is an afro-American. The man is an Afro-American. -/ The man is an Afro-american. Aug. 12th, 1946. Aug. 12th 1946. Aug. 12, 1946.\/ N.A.S.A. Nasa NASA/ She was 6 feet 3-inches tall. She was 6-feet 3-inches tall. She was 6 feet 3 inches tall. / . Meet me on Madison Avenue. Meet me on Madison Ave. \/ Meet me on Mad. Avenue. Apr 29, 1999 U\\£ ' .— \ .1 £— 16 points L7: 7% w ’b‘l 8;15 pm. 8:15 p.m./ 8.15 pm. He is a product of the sixties. He is a product of th61960'5.'\/ 0 He is a product of the 19605. 25% \/ 0 25 percent twenty-five per cent 3-3/ {—— COM-1.0L by {ism-vb 018114» swam) eight-three or ‘00 The south willrise again. The South will rise again. / I ordered 12 oranges, not 6. \/ a1 ordered 12 oranges, not six. I ordered twelve oranges, .not .6. 2. Words: Usage and Meaning Replace any jargon or incorrect words or words with wrong meanings. Line out any cliche or redundancy. Line out any opinion. Edit for brevity. Replace any sexist or biased language. Correct verb agreement, spelling, incorrect antecedents, and pronoun use. 34 Points He was shot in thew CM W M W A’Thaehiciefrashed -into)he tree. W w 433'” W may Ryan (5 goi g to ' ' or rand larceny. .2, PPM was overwhelmng. P" S 071/ W He walked futh r tha anyone. Pee f1 ess—tnten afiafiggé’ applied for the job. M Try stop “lg-o The woman that won the lottery is happy. I/HbMade ammplete sto . He waited for hoursfin It was rainin catsanddo'g—glcazm They were surrounded. not mam“ Wmmtw She loved himrmmemnom-exfiherheagl cit/tho It was a page fire. Ihss-ts-a-bizasse-stefi». W W.W' 005* W‘" ' In theyear 1 2. («W i 44 2’ w?“ Woreablaclg go / He appearde in?" «I-n—erderto study. To SW. .. Throughout the eat-ire nation, W The‘gglice an gave me-a ticket. ( Every one! of the boys brought sleepi \ The board of supervisors None of the students mere-interested. m5 Miles of empty desert but] ' The bad works for the'court. ‘ fish/MW He retired from the sherfifs office. 11% m e ' cased/.40 A Special Olympics will be heldtfor th{mW Each, Pu‘ bag. \ made up of seven people. mmunjus. W M4- W Jan (.1 u” The journalismprotfissor-used to be in television news. Carol told Jessica that she c0uldn’t be in the Union officials gave the teachers a pay raise. "/er Who do you want to see? W The argument is between fihc and I. NC v “0‘” hey were pleased} C M— 27 3 MW- Who m WM? gill mam at..er [of/mi T" V 3. Commas. Insert where needed below. 14 Points éyahem— Of all the punctuation marks that cause problems for writers‘it is the comma,although there are people I know who have more-problems with quotation marks. --Of coursejthere are other punctuation marks like periods, semi-colons and apostrophesibut none plague the writer like commas. Ifyou want to be a good writegyou must know when to insert commas. Think of correctly --plaoing-asacom‘tesy to your readers to help them understand. If your meaning is clear without a comma ) don’t use one. If using Comma makes it more understandablejstick one in. Otherwiseiyou get a sentence like tlllS-OHCJWthh)With0ut\'—3 comma-confusing to readjunderstandrand interpret. 4. That and which. The essential and non-essential clause. Which sentence should have commas? 1 The computersbwhich are worth $30,000,were donated to the school. The computers that are compatible with only IBM were donated to the school 5. Newsworthy Elements What newsworthy elements (P,P,I,N,T,C) makes the attached ston (ground troop vote) interesting, useful, and relevant? what they are in the story. Prominence - Pkwde OMW’” / Hm” 0f REF. fliznoa'ness—WM in Kc‘soro l5 occurring new! Conflict d bULVYCCYL Congrats + Praia/en} CflW \l Int/04 cf -mnd’b'flj M19795 [5 A, I’m/L910 15514-6) hhmhfi dmxs tk‘a£3kc$37 6. Six Basic Questions ' ' ' the answers to the six basic questions in the same article. Where : Wampum, 11/ _ . Whm " *9 PWW amw 10mm “KW W mviiifi’lg’igswnd “war Vukuzi;194466a::er+aetta cltwhnvg pvtuu4 éWruumLcQ a4abVUVfij 4+vvv: Vote 7. Types of Leads Identjfl the type of lead in the following sentences and mlain why. 5 Points \ A fire broke Out-3t the Pacific Center just-after 9 pm. Monday but was quickly put out by several Cal Poly journalism studentsmgym 50mm W0 FLWQ WW 4 . A Cal Poly student was-slightly-injured while fighting a fire at the Perfomting Arts Center Monday night. 7710 det’M 4'6 m-f dim-e41. A fire which broke out at the Performing Arts Center Monday night quickly spread to the stage, injured several performers, and caused the-evacuation of several hundred terrified theater goers, according to a fire spokesman at the scene. Severed (scammed m ({w/m Meg, E2 ue Cal Poly President Warren Baker was not injured in a fire at the Performing Arts Center last night. (m mad! gig 1.0. 8W1; as tacit/nailed NW Ma#_ Monday’s hot performance at the Performing Arts Center was upstaged this evening by an act quite a bit hotter! 51 at}; 4 “to; M1" dLr‘rfi.6+v9 mwafimd; mall/two»; «SW/6L2 beecmgc. l circle ur cam} Li’s dept/K} 8. Rewrite the attached letter using simpler language. Make sure that you include all of the information contained in the original letter. 10 points 9. Leads: Write a one sentence lead from the following facts. Trim the fat. 3 Points (Must-have a clause or phrase-0f facts} 0 Police chief Clayton Wheat, at news conference this morning. 0 talks about department’s continuing investigation of an auto theft ring . 0 says ring responsible for 200 to 300 auto thefts last year. 0 says investigation has beenexpanded into surrounding counties 0 says most cars were disassembled and sold for parts. 5 12. 13. EC Todayis Monday morning. From the following facts, write a lead sentence for a news story. ,3 Points Who: rock climber What: injured with broken back Where: Bishop ’3 Peak When: last night Sunday 5 Why: don ’t know how: slipped Follow up Story. Today is Tuesday morning. 3 Points Write a follow-up story in 2 sentences on the above given these new facts: Latest news : Name is Rock Morro, age 25 Critical condition at General Hospital from SLO officials say inexperience was cause Wh-atressential -faet(s) is missing from the following obituary: 1 Point Reporter King Harris died last night at the age of 50. He had a heart attack. Funeral serviceswill be held 2 -p.-m.-F-riday at Woodside Village Church in Woodside, California. King was a veteran television broadcast anchor, reporter and news director at KEYT-TV in Santa Barbara He won many awards, including-five “Ennnys’, several AP-honors, and 20 “Golden Mike” awards. In his spare time, he was a drummer. He is survived by his wife Sara, his father, sister, and brother. .Hmdatuo—gmm .wmmwmm ‘ ,wer m Wtwm dumdmf) Jour 203-02 4/29/99 Ix \ #8 \ \ Dear Stéqglder, érd . 1W - The mp1 kholders’ Meeting will bb Monday, March 30. Please-neet—irrthe bal g" aldorf tel, wh ' 323 Lexington Ave. in New York. The meeting—begins at—Q-azm. Annual orts o ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I he p | e ' d. The election of officers for-the—boarflrof‘the ill ' . . . Other items on the agenda inclug: discussion of foreign policy and operations. and investment in n technology. T ' also-be-a-discussionof stockholders' questions and concerns.T:i§hETinrszerh-of1he . . . n9. . \Bp important We. Sincerely, The Company President W #9 cu. :Pohce 6M éolice chief Clayton Wheat-nesuealed in a news conference this morning that the \\' investigation ' a ring of car thieves has been expanded into surro cling M M“ I) ch, counties. MMD strum W \ Surf #12 am lat-090'? ‘ _ A rock climber slipped and w ' ‘ v ' ack while climbing Bishop's Peak Sunday night. \\\ #13 I“ The rock climb r injured 5 nday nighri In critical condition at Hospital. Rock Morro ,a 25-yv-o uis Obispo resident, slipped and b e his back hile climbing Bishop's Peak officials say inexperience caused the accident. WWI». ...
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