Sunday, November 5, 2017

Work Assignments: Reflecting and Planning

OVERVIEW

You have been involved for about half the semester in your work assignments, so now is a good time to consider:
  • What you have done; what your team has done
  • What others are doing and how they do it (for example, professional journalists)
  • And what more you could aim to do and accomplish (plan of action with a goal)
This activity will essentially be a reflection on your team participation and work assignment. It will also be a plan of action where you will explore what is going on in the professional field and creating a team goal so you could enhance your work assignment to offer more to your audience.

Individually, you will also reflect on your own class and team participation as well as the contributions you have made to the work assignments you have been involved in.

You (and your team) will do this work online by completing submitted forms. It is expected that you get the work done today in class if at all possible, particularly the individual reflection.

INSTRUCTIONS

Click here to complete the individual reflection. 
Once you have completed the individual reflection, work with your team to complete the team reflection and plan of action. 
Click here to complete the team reflection and plan of action.
Deadline: ASAP

SUGGESTED LINKS

Podcasting - School's In
  1. The in-depth style of writing news radio stories 
  2. Tips for writing news radio scripts
  3. Basics of writing for news radio
  4. Radio interview on CBC Information Morning - Fredericton
The Blackville Talon - Sports
The Blackville Talon - News/Public Relations/Entertainment/People's Picks
  1. Tips for Writing News Features
  2. Feature Writing
  3. Photo Techniques (Look at Techniques and also News and Feature Photos and People photos) 
  4. Story ideas
  5. Writing a Film Review
  6. Tips on how to make a video news report
  7. Story ideas
The Blackville Talon - Kids Korner
  1. Photo Techniques (Look at Techniques and also News and Feature Photos and People photos) 
  2. Interviewing children
The Blackville Talon - Video
  1. Student share opinions on video
  2. Opinions shared on a news report
  3. BuzzFeed Videos (One example with teenagers)
  4. Interviewing children
  5. Tips on how to make a video news report
  6. Story ideas
The Blackville Talon - Layout/Design/Social Media
Video Announcements
  1. Video examples 
  2. Look at other schools' video announcements
Yearbook - Business Manager
Yearbook - Editors

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