This week, read: Briggs Chapter 7 Mindy McAdams, Five Shots, 10 Seconds Megan McCaffrey, Michael's, McArthur's in Pleasantville closing Think about the videos you have watched over the last few days. What type of content was it (news, entertainment, sports)? What platforms (Netflix, websites, Snapchat)? What device(s) did you use? When you think about your … Continue reading Reading Response #7
Here are all the ideas we came up with, along with names of students who claimed them.
See them here: 20161019-week-6-slides-jrn-300
This is what we're reading for next week: Briggs Chapter 6 Jay Allison, The Basics Kate Hinds, 6 Killed in Metro-North Crash in Westchester Journalists have many options for producing stories. They may write, but they can also take photos, use social media, create visualizations, and shoot audio and video. What advantages does audio have … Continue reading Reading Response #6
That was the example I gave of a state story that could be localized by talking to local people. Well, guess what, the New York Times agrees with me! They did a story!
These are the questions you collected in class today.
This is what we're reading over the next two weeks (remember, 10/12 is a holiday): –Briggs Chapter 5 –Kate Wesson, 10 Composition Tips For Taking Better iPhone Photos –Colleen Wilson, Pleasantville BOE leaving state org –Fergus Bell, Verification: Source vs. Content –Arthur Cusano, A Year Later, Pleasantville Murder Remains Unsolved Fergus Bell writes about ways … Continue reading Reading Response #5
Slides from today.
Slides from today's class.