"To be persuasive, we must be believable; to be believable, we must be credible; to be credible, we must be truthful" - Edward R. Murrow.
"There is no such thing as an "uninteresting life." Such a thing is an impossibility. Behind every person there is a drama, a comedy, and a tragedy" - Mark Twain.PRINT JOURNALISM PAGEHOURGLASS STYLE Story modelsThis example shows the layout of the story, detailing the Lead, Nut Graph, and the Turn, as well as the beginning of the "Chronological Conclusion."READING FOR WRITING REPORTUse this example to guide you through this valuable assignment.STYLE RESOURCES
"The Elements of Style" by William Strunk and E.B. WhiteONLINE COURIER-TIMESFollow THIS LINK to access the online edition of the Courier Times.Use the log-in information below to access the account.
Username: nie83907Password: rockFOR INTERNET-BASED RESEARCHFollow THIS LINK to access the library database where you'll find some recent information that might help you with your article.
FOR REVISIONSFor revisions, use this slide show to consult the style concepts we discussed in class.FOR SUBMITTING YOUR WORK TO THE INDIANITE1. Check The Indianite Style Sheet. Follow all guidelines.
STORY IDEA ARCHIVESBelow are certain archived issues of The Leonid, a high school newspaper at a central Pennsylvania high school where the instructor of this course previously taught journalism.
These examples are not provided to show student journalists "how it should be done." Rather, they are simply ideas of what could be done.
The examples are meant to foster a model of what high school journalism can be. They all have solid leads and strong quotes from perceptive interviews with sources. Many of these stories won state awards.
However, the best incarnation of Council Rock journalism will be decided by the students of this course. And the quality of their work will exceed that of the models provided below.PROFILESNEWSSPORTSCOMMENTARY ARTICLE- Here is an example of the outline. Note the structure and the list of websites.- Here is an example of the second draft.
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