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The Class News Product
Students in a civic journalism class will learn many concepts through the duration of the class. They often don’t recognize how much they have learned. They also may not connect what they now know to the real world. Creation of a Class News Product will demonstrate just how much they know…
Writing the Basic News Story
Journalists present the news to their audience. Oftentimes they need to get that news to their audience in the quickest way possible while still making their news stories convey information in an accessible way. Toward that end many journalists rely on the basic story format of the inverted…
Humans of Your Place Make Cycle
What would happen if we focused on each other’s stories not as judges, but as humanistic journalists? In this lesson, in the span of one or two meetings, students can practice interviewing, being interviewed, photography, quote writing, and what it feels like to both publish and be in a…
In-Depth Reporting Strategies for Civic Journalism
Learn about in-depth reporting and how students can create their own in-depth story that explores an issue and provides an audience with detailed information about a specific, complex event or a broader societal concern.
Creating New Media
"What if you could develop your own news site that would appeal to your peers?" Former journalist and classroom teacher Mark Nepper provides an engaging project for students to grapple with what constitutes news, who is it for, and how would it be accessed.
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