Week 4 Discussion Board
Throughout week 4 I have learned a lot of things about reporting. As I submitted my first article
to the Chronicle and had a few interviews, I have put to work some of the things that I have read and
THE 5 WS AND AN H
Directions: Read a New York Times article and find answers to the basic questions
Who? What? Where? When? Why? How? that journalists ask to relay the news.
Summarize the essential information for ea
Phylogenies are used for tracking the different types of influenza viruses
The CDC uses phylogenies to track over 1,500 influenza viruses. The CDC uses the trees to show
the relations between each of the viruses
Looking for Story Ideas?
Try open-ended questions
Some of our best story ideas come from just talking to people. For this exercise youll
want to *explore* to figure out where there might be relevant news that impacts your
reader (the Hofstra st
Presidential Candidates have shared their views on abortion throughout each presidential campaign.
Lets take a look into our 2016 Presidential Candidates, Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump, and their views
Hilary Clinton has always been Pro-Cho
Important: Not all stories require formal requests for interviews. If you are on deadline, or
covering breaking news, its best to just call or show up and start asking questions as soon as you
reach your source. This rule
Discussion about what I have learned
Weeks 2 and 3 have been very exciting for me and I have learned a lot about requesting
interviews, rewriting quotes, and verifying facts. This has been such an exciting week for me
because I ca
What makes news?
Impact/ effect Human interest Surprising/ shocking/bizarre Timeliness Money/ Economy/Stock Market Crime Celebrities Weather Sports Obituaries Politics Culture / Arts Proximity- Something nearby is going to be more interestin
Libby Mishler Ethical Inquiry 2
"Lifers as Teenagers, Now Seeking a Second Chance"
In the New York Times, the article "Lifers as Teenagers, Now Seeking a Second Chance," raised a few ethical dilemmas. The article is about how minors are receiving l
Informative Speech Outline Nickelodeon the Glory Days Statement of purpose: To remind the audience (class) of their youth, and tell them facts they never knew about Nickelodeon cartoon shows. 1. Basic Information A. When it started B. Why it started
Journalism 11 BE SPECIFIC
The best writing is concrete and specific. It favors details over generalities. Instead of "a long budget" write "a 124-page budget." Instead of "an old building" write "an antebellum building." Instead of "a tall man" writ
Elizabeth Mishler February 27, 2008 Professor Goodman Journalism 11A Word Count: 361 JNL11ASHOOT27: Last Tuesday, November 8, at 11:45 am, a bank robbery attempt was made at the Union Credit One bank on Palm Grove Dr. in Chucktown. The suspect in the
Libby Mishler October 21, 2007 Ethical Inquiry #1 Rewrite "On Quiet Streets of Myanmar Fear Is a Constant Companion" 1
The article, "On Quiet Streets of Myanmar Fear Is a Constant Companion," focuses on the fear of the citizens of Yangon, who have j