Institute for Excellence in Writing
Journalism Basics: Reporting Current Events Through a Timeless Worldview
Discover what it takes to be a journalist—from a news reporter or editorialist to a feature writer.
Junior high and high school students will learn how to communicate current events to a wide audience. While writing their own newspaper, they will learn the principles of journalism such as conducting interviews, applying Associated Press style, and understanding worldviews. Students will write news, feature, and opinion pieces. With self-directed instruction and hands-on assignments, Journalism Basics will equip students to reach the world through journalism.
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