English 215 Notes

English 215 Notes - Spr ing Semester 2009 English 215 Not...

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Unformatted text preview: Spr ing Semester 2009 English 215 Not es Alyssa Riddle English 215 Notes January 28, 2009 1. ID the clause that begins with who or whom 2. 2. Substitute he or him 3. 3. He =who 4. him =whom Reporting – gathering of information Generally done in three ways: Observation Research Interviewing Research freedom of information laws I nterviewing General Guidelines 1. Preparation- General and specific a. General- general knowledge b. Specific- you do explicit research on a person, using newspaper stories, online data bases, etc 2. Always Identify yourself fully, identify the publication, identify the subject 3. Act professionally, dress appropriately 4. Firm handshake, Break the ice easily, softball question first 5. Start with difficult questions 6. Develop a sixth sense that will tell you how things are going in the interview, read nonverbal hostileness 7. Say thank you, manners, politeness 8. Always ask if there is anything else source would like to add 9. List of questions, short to the point easily understood, how why tell me about 10. Do not ask leading questions, questions that suggest their own answer 11.group questions by subject, if person is going off topic stop writing NC Law, you can record someone on telephone without telling them Lead and short story exercises A squirrel caused about 100 homes to lose power in Raleigh, on Tuesday. A repair crew was sent right a way to a transformer pole in Southwest Raleigh, where a squirrel had climbed onto a transformer and upon contact with a 7,200 volt line “…got fried like crisp bacon,” one worker said. A five year old boy was rescued by an unknown heroine, Tuesday, after the air mattress he was paddling on was caught in the swift current of the Neuse River. A young woman swam about 60 feet to catch up with the mattress and then left before anyone could get her name. en-dash 80–90 miles an hour em dash: words—words Page 88, test 1 1. pastor of church, family, Cara herself, coordinator 2. School board, principal, teachers, union representative, students, 3. University police stats, students, chancellor, peer institutions 4. Neighbors, animal control, owner, landlord, cops, zookeeper etc 5. Forest services, vacation home owners, fire fighters, conservationists, sierra club, wildfire stats, 6. Claire Annette, high school teachers, principal, manager, hometown connections, etc The mystery rescuer of five-year old Donald Crawford, has come forward. The nameless girl in the yellow dress was identified as champion swimmer Linda McCormick, a senior at Enloe High School in Raleigh. Fire fighters responded to a fire and rescue mission, early Sunday morning, at the home of Apex resident Albert Stone. Christine Stone, daughter of the homeowner, was returning home with her boyfriend around 3 am, when they noticed smoke coming from the house. The pair entered the house and 4 Paragraph story Inverted Pyramid Rescue, fire, when, where, injuries, delayed id Name names, condition, rescue details...
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