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An Ethical Approach to Civic Journalism

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Although journalism has a strong code of ethics, there are “news” outlets today that make little or no effort at acting ethically. The media, however, has a responsibility to ethically present the news. Just what does that mean, and how can we teach students to develop an understanding of…
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Journalism and Argument Writing

By Laura Streyle
Help students understand how to do background research and write an effective pitch for an article on a given topic.
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The Authenticity Spectrum: The Case of a Science Journalism Writing Project

By Angela Kohnen
The SciJourn project, in which students learn to write like science reporters, was initially designed to help students develop scientific literacy. However, it became much more -- a key to high school students' engagement as learners, researchers, and writers and their teachers' opportunity…
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