Teacher's Workbook and Teacher's Guide for High School Journalism

Author: Homer L. Hall,Logan H. Aimone

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781404218321

Category: Education

Page: 132

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This supplementary teacher s edition to High School Journalism follows the revised edition of the textbook. The teacher s edition covers the new material in the textbook including the emergence of digital media, such as blogs, newsfeeds, news aggregators, news Web sites, and more.
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High School Journalism

A Practical Guide

Author: Jim Streisel

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786455027

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 232

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High school journalists share the same objectives as professional reporters--finding the story, writing the story, and packaging the story so that it appeals to an audience. Understanding how to best accomplish these objectives is key to the student on the newspaper, yearbook or Web site staff, but the fundamental art of storytelling and story presentation are not always at the center of high school journalism classes. Student journalists must first understand that storytelling, at its most basic level, is about people, and that understanding the audience is essential in deciding how to present the story. This handbook for high school journalists and teachers offers practical tips for all elements of school journalism. The author covers the essential components that students must understand: information gathering, writing, standard and alternative coverage and packaging. Students will find valuable information about identifying news, interviewing, research, narrative writing style, editing, visual presentation and layout. The book also covers the legal rights of student journalists, objective vs. opinion writing, staff planning and organization and Web-based journalism. Each chapter includes study guides for practical applications of the concepts discussed.
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School Newspaper Adviser's Survival Guide

Author: Patricia Osborn

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN: N.A

Category: Education

Page: 408

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Packed with tested tips, techniques and time-savers--including over 100 reproducible exercises, forms and letters--School Newspaper Adviser's Survival Guide helps you in all aspects of the job--from organizing staff and workspace, and handling production details, to training students in good newswriting style and the journalistic approach. Four sections cover staff organization and mission, newswriting, layout, and time management.
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Junior High Journalism

Author: Homer L. Hall,Logan Aimone

Publisher: Rosen Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781404281868

Category: Education

Page: 325

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Designed to familiarize the student with journalistic writing, the text provides information on style, layout, copyreading, and proofreading.
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A NewsHound’s Guide to Student Journalism

Author: Katina Paron,Javier Guelfi

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476634408

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 206

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 Covering the basics of media arts values and practice, this graphic textbook offers cub reporters a primer on the drama, adventure and ethical conundrums that make journalism rewarding and fun. Using ripped-from-the-headlines examples, the authors challenge students to engage with the big issues. The stories revolve around a diverse newspaper staff at an urban high school who find themselves in a series of teachable moments. Packed with reporting exercises and fundamentals of the craft, woven into engaging narratives, each comic also gives readers a look at the real-life event that inspired the tale.
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High School Journalism

Author: Homer L. Hall,Logan H. Aimone

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 9781404218314

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 352

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Includes a brief history of American journalism and discusses the duties of a journalist, styles of writing, the parts of a newspaper, newspaper and yearbook design, photography, and careers in journalism.
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Still Captive?

History, Law and the Teaching of High School Journalism

Author: Society Journalism Education Committee

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781581072761

Category: Journalism, Educational

Page: 316

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This book is the work of 14 separate individuals who came together out of a mutual passion: that of teaching journalism. Although all the authors are college or university professors, almost all of them began their journalism journey in a high school classroom - most in a newspaper class, many in a yearbook class. Unfortunately, not all of them see the same enthusiasm for the subject that they remember. What they see in college classrooms are students who think they can jump right into being a sports analyst for a network or a fashion editor for a major publication, all as first jobs out of college. Many who come to higher education without a high school journalism experience come without the necessary critical thinking, creative thinking, collaborative and communication skills. That is the reasoning behind this book: not just to discover the state of high school journalism, but a way to help teachers improve their own skills. This work is for teachers who either are or will be teaching high school journalism and people who are interested in preserving the programs. The first part of this work is a look at the state of high school journalism in America in 2014. This includes a nationwide survey with the results in Section One. For teachers who want to argue for support in terms of newer technology, working with local professionals, additional certification or other issues, this section provides that information. Section Two was developed because it became apparent early on that many high school journalism teachers had no idea about the federal court laws which govern what they teach. The three chapters take teachers from the earliest history and laws through the Hazelwood decision and slightly beyond - cases that have significant impact on governance of scholastic news media. Section Three turns back to the classroom itself and discusses the basics of high school journalism, how outstanding programs have survived, teaching the 4Cs, how teachers can best use available workshops and incorporate more professional assistance in their classroom. The final section gives all the conclusions about what can be done to improve high school journalism, plus an annotated bibliography for anyone who wants to conduct further research in this subject, and brief biographical sketches of the authors and editors of this work. Also added is the original survey sent to 600 high school teachers. It is the sincere hope of the SPJ Education Committee that this work is of assistance to scholastic programs throughout the country
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Psychology in the Classroom

A Teacher's Guide to What Works

Author: Marc Smith,Jonathan Firth

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 135167112X

Category: Education

Page: 278

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Written by experienced classroom practitioners who are experts in the field of psychology, Psychology in the Classroom provides a thorough grounding in the key principles of psychology and explores how they can be applied to teaching and learning. It draws on both classic and cutting-edge research, offering practical advice on commonly overlooked or misunderstood concepts that contribute to positive academic outcomes. It aims to show the value of psychology in enabling teachers to make and justify everyday classroom decisions. Designed to equip teachers with the skills to identify and tackle common issues that affect students’ learning, each chapter highlights key areas of research and discusses how lesson planning and material design can be informed by the psychological concepts presented. It covers core areas essential for improving learning, including: memory and understanding; creativity; motivation; independent learning; resilience; cognition; and self-theories and mindsets. Full of advice and strategies, Psychology in the Classroom is aimed at both new and experienced teachers, across primary, secondary and post-16 education, providing them with practical ways to apply these psychological principles in the classroom. With an emphasis on understanding the theories and evidence behind human behaviour, this book will allow you to reflect critically on your own classroom practice, as well as making simple but valuable changes.
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In Other Words: Phrases for Growth Mindset

A Teacher's Guide to Empowering Students through Effective Praise and Feedback

Author: Annie Brock,Heather Hundley

Publisher: Ulysses Press

ISBN: 1612438148

Category: Education

Page: N.A

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Infuse the powerful vocabulary of growth mindset into your lesson plans, feedback and student guidance Choosing the Right Words From the authors of the bestselling The Growth Mindset Coach, this handy companion is a must-have if you want to empower students through purposeful praise and feedback. Here are the key strategies, helpful tips and go-to phrases for helping students transition thoughts, words and actions into the growth-mindset zone. Designed for ease of use and packed with over a hundred specific examples, this book offers a “say this, not that” approach to communication that will help you model and cultivate growth mindset in the classroom. For example: • Fixed Mindset You're so smart. You’re wrong. • Growth Mindset l like how you used different strategies to figure out these problems. That didn’t work out for you. How could you approach the problem differently?
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The Growth Mindset Playbook

A Teacher's Guide to Promoting Student Success

Author: Annie Brock,Heather Hundley

Publisher: Ulysses Press

ISBN: 1612436943

Category: Education

Page: N.A

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An easy-to-implement collection of creative ideas and new strategies that inspire students with the power of growth mindset Students who harness the power of growth mindset can succeed beyond their wildest imagination. The key is having a growth-mindset teacher who provides support, guidance, and encouragement. Packed with research-based teaching methods, this approachable guide for applying the growth mindset offers: • Tips for overcoming challenges • Strategies for inspiring students • Ideas for constructive feedback • Techniques for improving communication • Examples of engaging lesson plans The follow-up to the bestselling The Growth Mindset Coach, this expert handbook highlights several best practices for helping students realize their potential, explore new opportunities, and succeed socially and academically.
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Scholastic Journalism

Author: Thomas Rolnicki,C. Dow Tate,Sherri Taylor

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

ISBN: 1405144157

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 448

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For more than 50 years, Scholastic Journalism has served as a comprehensive textbook and guide for high school journalism students, teachers, and advisors. This landmark 11th edition now includes updated information on the dynamic changes taking place in the field. It is the ideal textbook to teach students the basic skills of collecting, interviewing, reporting and writing in journalism. Explores the ever-increasing concern with dissemination of information, and how new forms of media and media technology expand the potential for informing, entertaining, and persuading audiences Eleventh edition features enhanced chapters on online writing and reporting, technology and new media, and broadcasting and its connections with traditional print journalism Extends the textbook’s tradition of introducing students to the basics of good journalism and blends it with the methods and demands of contemporary media
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A Teacher's Guide to Education Law

Author: Michael Imber,Tyll van Geel,J.C. Blokhuis,Jonathan Feldman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136206159

Category: Education

Page: 430

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Adapted from its parent volume Education Law, 5th Edition, this accessible text concisely introduces topics in law that are most relevant to teachers. Providing public school teachers with the legal knowledge necessary to do their jobs, A Teacher’s Guide to Education Law covers issues of student rights, discipline, negligence, discrimination, special education, teacher rights, hiring and firing, contracts, unions, collective bargaining, and tenure. Special Features: This revised edition includes new content on bullying, privacy, discrimination, school finance, and issues relating to Internet and technology, as well as updated references and case law throughout. To aid comprehension, technical terms are carefully explained and summaries of key topics and principles are provided. Case law is presented within the context of real-world examples, making this text accessible to pre-service teachers who have little background in law. A companion website provides additional resources for students and instructors, such as links to full cases and a glossary of key concepts.
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Master Class

Teaching Advice for Journalism and Mass Communication Instructors

Author: The AEJMC Elected Standing Committee on Teaching

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1538100541

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 172

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In Master Class: Teaching Advice for Journalism and Mass Communication Instructors, members of the AEJMC Elected Standing Committee on Teaching take readers behind the scenes to explain the teaching strategies, preparation tips, exercises, and project ideas that have, in many cases, earned them university and national teaching awards. It is designed to benefit everyone from instructors-in-training who are about to teach their first class to more experienced professors who are looking for ways to freshen their approach in the classroom. A companion website with additional resources can be found at http://www.aejmc.org/home/resources/teaching-help/.
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A Teacher's Guide to Successful Classroom Management and Differentiated Instruction

Author: Billie F. Birnie

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1475833024

Category: Education

Page: 50

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This book is a practical, straightforward conversation with teachers about two key aspects of their work. Illustrating concepts with examples from both elementary and secondary classrooms, the guide also offers strategies, checklists, and activities to help teachers improve their practice.
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Creating a Classroom Newspaper

Author: Kathleen Buss,Leslie McClain-Ruelle

Publisher: International Reading Assn

ISBN: 9780872072749

Category: Education

Page: 93

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Based on the premise that students can learn a great deal by reading and writing a newspaper, this book was created by preservice instructors to teach upper elementary students (grades 3-5) newspaper concepts, journalism, and how to write newspaper articles. It shows how to use newspaper concepts to help students integrate knowledge from multiple disciplines as they write about current events and the lives of others in an unbiased and accurate way. Based on the Newspaper in Education program--a cooperative venture between newspaper publishers and schools that offers newspaper activities to teach reading and content skills and strategies--the book takes the concept further and incorporates a focus on writing. The result of these lessons is an actual newspaper that students can publish for their classroom or school. Following an Introduction, the book's seven chapters are as follows: (1) Background Information for Teachers; (2) Teaching Journalism Basics; (3) Interviewing, Writing Quotes, and Using Figurative Language; (4) Elements and Organizational Structure of News Stories; (5) Writing Different Types of Newspaper Stories; (6) The Final Steps: Revision, Editing, Layout, and Publication; and (7) Student Evaluation of Concept Units. Contains 12 references. Appendixes provide student worksheets, two sample articles, a layout and design sheet, a glossary of newspaper terms, a stylebook, and a listing of additional resources. (SR)
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The Radical Write

A Fresh Approach to Journalistic Writing for Students

Author: Bobby Hawthorne

Publisher: Taylor Pub

ISBN: 9780878331017

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 180

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