Attendance Regular attendance in class and lab is required if the student is to do well in the course. Roll will be taken at each class meeting.
Photograph of Garcia Word count: If youwish to save this information as a header to your story, that works well for me. Paragraphs more than two sentences in length are discouraged in news articles. Students should prepare written assignments in this class in the inverted pyramid style unless directed otherwise.
Most newspaper articles contain attribution in each paragraph. Email all assignments typed and double-spaced in Times New Roman, 12 point type.
Send me your work as an attached document. Do not write your assignments in news column format. Do not write headlines for your stories.
Send all of your work as a Microsoft Word attachment. Please do not send documents in other formats. Do not simply paste it into the text of your email. Microsoft Word format is the most efficient format for me to access your work.
If your emailed work returns to you with a message about inability to deliver, forward that message plus the work to me again. Again, include a slug on each page of your story. This is in addition to your including the same information in the subject line of your emailed work.
I simultaneously receive and evaluate out many dozens of reporting assignments every week.
If your work is not identified both in the email subject line and on the work itself, I do not give credit to you for it. In the subject line of your emails, please include the following: Your last name, PCM, a one to two-word description of the assignment, and the date emailed, stated numerically.
Instructor will email work back to you, marked and graded. If you do not have an email account that accommodates large email attachments, please arrange an alternate email so your work can be returned to you promptly.
Gmail has almost unlimited storage capacity, so if you must set up a separate email account, I recommend gmail. For daily work assignments that include answering questions or selecting from multiple answers quiz type formatstudents should email instructor only the responses that are required to be sent to instructor, per syllabus.
Despite the fact that these daily written assignments are not graded, you do receive course credit toward your final grade for this work.
The daily assignments are designed to give you practice and valuable tips for writing prior to the graded assignments. Failure to do the daily assignments most certainly will affect your grade in this course. Assignments for this course may be submitted early, but not late. The dates and times in the calendar of assignments are the final dates and times for submitting work.
Save your work to your personal computer, to a USB drive, or to a disk. Check and double check all proper names, job titles, dates and other facts before turning in writing assignments—or prepare for the consequences.
Style of Written Work Written work is required in every unit of the course. Written work must be typed and double-spaced on Microsoft Word with your name, the date of submission, the description of the assignment e. Do not write headlines for your written assignments.
Work must be prepared using a Microsoft Word program on a computer. Email all assignments typed and single-spaced. Do not write your assignments in news column format and do not write headlines for your work.
Paragraphs of more than two sentences in length are discouraged in news articles. The first paragraph of a news story should only be one sentence long and should be a summary of the Who, What, When, Why, Where and How of the story.Introduction: News Reporting is an intensive workshop for those interested in writing for newspapers, news magazines or other news media outlets.
Assignments may include a short factual report, longer researched article, personal reportage, editorial, obituary, profile, critical review, and query letter. In addition to instruction, assignments and exams, students taking News Reporting and Writing II will have the opportunity for lab story assignments to be published in both the print and online editions of the AC student newspaper, The Ranger; and the student magazine, AC Current.
Syllabus for semester-long course on the fundamentals of covering and writing the news, including how identify a story, gather information efficiently and place it in a meaningful context.
The reporting and news gathering techniques learned in this class will be applicable and transferable to all forms of media, and there will be exposure to writing for the web, TV and radio. However, emphasis will be on reporting and writing for print.
Syllabus: Reporting and Writing News, JOMC Uploaded by Ryan Thornburg The syllabus for "Reporting and Writing News," JOMC at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.1/5(1).
A. Introduction: News Reporting is an intensive workshop for those interested in writing for newspapers, news magazines or other news media outlets. Assignments may include a short factual report, longer researched article, personal reportage, editorial, obituary, profile, critical review, and query letter.