Language Objective: I will create, caption, and edit visual deadlines and finalize any edits needed on my own work.
1. Read this NPR article: "Kansas Student Newspaper's Fact Check Results in New Principal's Resignation"
After reading, write down the following:
- 3 details that made this article newsworthy
- 2 things that stood out to you about the writing
- 1 question you still have
2. Finalize any edits on your own written deadlines. Do all of the following:
- Double-check that your work is FINISHED. No missing interviews, research, or parts of your article.
- Run your article through Grammarly to catch any grammatical mishaps
- Make sure your articles have two headlines: one longer, one shorter.
- Include your byline (your name) below your headlines
- Address all feedback others have given to you. Make sure you considered and fixed things, don't just click on "resolve."
Submit your 3-2-1 and your Edits on CANVAS
3. Visual Deadlines: Create 2 sets of photos or one piece of art (OPINION stories only) for your assigned deadline: Issue 5 Folder
Visual Deadline Requirements:
- Name photos: PhotographerNameStory1 and PhotographerNameStory2. I will NOT accept files that have not been properly renamed.
- Email photos as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org AND submit them on CANVAS via File Upload.
- In the body of your email include a caption for your photo. Captions need to describe who is doing what where and when in the photo. Be specific and use complete sentences. Captions must be included in the body of your email AND as a comment on your CANVAS assignment.
4. We are getting ready for Production Week April 10-14. Be sure to address any feedback you receive on deadlines and that you are current on your deadlines.
- TODAY: Bell Work Fix-A-Story
- FRIDAY, April 7: Visual Deadline