Mrs. Sherry Roeser - Journalism Lesson Plans Monday Online Journalism projectVisit the website www.newsum.org and click on the websites of three of the newspapers, and compare the way information is presented on the website http://classroom.kleinisd.net/webs/sroeser/journalism_lesson_plans.htm
Journalism Lesson Plans Lesson plans for inspiring young journalists. Journalism Lesson Plans. Current Events Lesson Plans. A Long Way Home In this lesson, students examine the difference http://www.teach-nology.com/teachers/lesson_plans/literature/journalism/
Extractions: - K-12 and ready to go! View Now... Current Events Lesson Plans A Long Way Home - In this lesson, students examine the difference between "hard news" and editorial writing by considering several pieces written about the Elián González custody battle. A Way with Words - In this lesson, students evaluate how facts and opinions function in relaying the news and consider the media's responsibilities in reporting during wartime. Black, White and Digitized All Over - In this lesson, students examine the pros and cons of getting news from print newspapers and from their online counterparts. Classroom Newsletter - This is a two week lesson plan in which students create a newsletter for their classroom and/or school. Students visit a local newspaper and learn about the various jobs at a newspaper.
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Rationale/ Purpose (so What? ) Social Studies Lesson Plan Template 1 Title Yellow Journalism and the Spanish American War Lesson Author Matt Walker and Jay Hipes Key Words Imperialism, Yellow Journalism Grade http://filebox.vt.edu/users/jahipes/portfolio/ncss9.pdf
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Extractions: Sign Up for Email Alerts Sign Up for RSS feeds Follow HSJ.org on Facebook.com Follow HSJ.org on Twitter.com ... Lesson Plans Featured School Papers: Know Your J-Jargon merchant account : A bank account that allows for the receipt of credit card funds. Check out The Eternal Journal, the paper with the staff of our journalistic dreams. advertising Advertising in the Multicultural Community Multicultural advertising is the goal of this ambitious lesson, which asks immigrants from the community to come in to discuss their businesses and advertising needs and later accept or reject students selling ads for the school newspaper Advertising sales Teaching students that advertising is an important community service; explaining that both businesses and customers benefit and that designing and selling ads requires professional knowledge and personal preparation. Design and Advertising A simple lesson that asks students to look at advertising design as part of the process of creating ads. It also discusses "weasel words" used in advertising.
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BlueNose Edutainment - Sports - Lesson Plans Holt McDougal has authored standardsbased sports journalism lesson plans to help teach your students sports journalism skills. Each lesson provides standards-based skills http://bluenoseed.com/sports/lesson_plans
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Lesson Plan: Spanish-American War Lesson Plan SpanishAmerican War Objective At the conclusion of this lesson, students should be able to do the following http://library.thinkquest.org/C0111500/lessons/spanamer.htm
Extractions: Lesson Plan: Spanish-American War Objective: At the conclusion of this lesson, students should be able to do the following: Understand the causes of the Spanish American War. Understand the effects of the Spanish American War. Identify and understand the types of propaganda used before and during the Spanish American War. Anticipatory Set: Project the overview section of the Spanish American War onto screen for whole class viewing or allow each student to visit it individually. Activities: Form pairs of students from among your class. Students will review the essays in the Spanish American War Section of the web site (divide the groups according to the essays related to the class curriculum). Students will perform a "Think - Pair - Share" activity by doing the following: read and discuss essay individually, discuss main ideas and content, share with class either the causes of the war (from the essay material) or the effects of the war (from the essay material). Students will create a poster identifying the cause and its related type of propaganda (example: Yellow Journalism - Sensationalism).
19105 Journalism Lesson Plans Reviewed By Teachers Search journalism lesson plans to find teacher approved lesson plans. From broadcast journalism to yellow journalism, quickly find lesson plans that inspire student learning. http://www.lessonplanet.com/search?keywords=journalism&media=lesson&star
Journalism Theme Page The primary focus of the Community Learning Network (CLN) is to help K12 teachers integrate Information Technology into their classrooms. This CLN menu page provides links to http://www.cln.org/themes/journalism.html
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High School Broadcast Journalism - Lesson Plans Lesson Plans HSBJ offers an assortment of lesson plans for teachers looking for new ways to approach subjects. In addition to those listed below, there are other lesson plans, and http://hsbj.org/learning/plans.php
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