Anatomy and Physiology 01.04 Assessment
A neighbor is walking her dog to the park during her lunch break on a beautiful
sunny day. Explain how her skin is working to protect her from ultraviolet
radiation due to intense sun exposure. Be sure to discuss t
Reporters Notebook Part 3:
For Part Three, you must conduct an interview and then write a 500750 word first draft of
your news story about your chosen career.
1. List the name of your interviewee and the date you conduct
2. Paste your entire first draft o
Reporter's Notebook Part TwoLesson 02.02
You must draft a lead sentence for your news story about your chosen career in
journalism. Your sentence must meet the following requirements:
It must be between 20 and 30 words long.
It must address at least three
You will use this document for Lessons 02.01, 02.02, 02.04, and 02.05. Please save it to
your computer so you can add your work with each lesson.
Topic: Write an informative news story about your chosen career in journalism.
1.03 Journalism Today
CNN successfully uses beautiful photography to keep the viewer
interested. The photography makes it easier to see what the newscasters
are talking about. When the viewer can tell more easily whats being spoken
of its eas
Who are journalists?
1. A journalist is someone who seeks out news, researches it, and then reports it to the
2. Three qualifications that a person must meet in order to be a journalist by my standards is
to have fact checking rules and ethics, re
Who are Journalists?
Definition: A journalist is a person who writes about something they find
important in hopes of seeking change. The person tries to get a large
audience of people to see the work.
Qualifications: To qualify as a journalis
of American Literature
ENGLISH ASSESSMENT 01.05
By: Elmarie Y. Reyes Torres
Choose one 19th century American poem or short story and one
Write to compare the ways in which each of these represents the
01.03 Journalism Collaboration
How can technology make news more engaging
Technology has been getting better since the times have passed. With every year
that comes along the technology gets more advanced and better, but is this good f
U.S History Assessment 01.05 Honors
Choose two amendments to the Constitution from the slideshow to research.
Research the amendments to answer the following questions:
The right of citizens of the United States to vote in any primary or ot
1) Using the scale on the interactive map, give the
approximate distance in miles that the Pilgrims traveled in
their journey from Plymouth, England, to Plymouth,
The Pilgrims traveled 5.75 inches from Plymouth
Anatomy and Physiology Assessment 01.05
Answer each of the following questions:
How many bones are in the collection? (This number is called the NISP- Number
of Identified Specimens.) 2 points
There are twenty-two (22) bones in the collection.
01.04 U.S. HISTORY ASSESSMENT
The "Somebody-Wanted-But-So" chart is an excellent way to summarize important
information from history. In it, you identify a person or group of people; their goal,
need, or want; what conflict of interest stood in the way; a
01.03 Anatomy & Physiology Assessment
Explain how cells specialize to form specific tissue and
All cells before they become cells of the kidney, heart, brain,
etc. (i.e. in specialized cells), are all called stem cells. These
stem cells are all th
U.S. History Assessment 01.06
Question: Explain how freedoms for African Americans were socially, politically, and
economically limited from 1865 to 1900?
Your response should consist of at least three paragraphs including one paragraph for
each of the fo
Reporters Notebook 2.05
Editing and Revising for the final copy
In 2016, written newspaper journalism has become a ruthless job due to the
high popularity of free online articles, yet it is still a rewarding career with flexible
deadlines and hours. To le