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Reese Dixon, California Overview Students have a difficult time adjusting to the differences between journalistic paragraphs and general essay paragraphs. This lesson is designed to give students an introduction to appropriate paragraph development in news Journalism introduction using professional models as a guide.
Students will identify the qualities of a new paragraph. Students will be able to develop news paragraphs.
You will need two class sets. One way to approach this is to go to the Times Web site, http: Copy and paste it from your browser into Word and save it.
Save that file under a different name. You now can print the files at your convenience. One class set of newspapers.
Without prior instruction, give students a copy of the New York Times article without paragraph markings.
Ask students to work alone and mark on the story where they think paragraphs ought to go. Have students read the front page of the newspaper set you have. How many sentences are in the average paragraph? How many sentences are in the shortest paragraph? How many sentences are in the longest paragraph?
What is the difference in content between the first paragraph and the last paragraph? Where is the most important paragraph located? What do you find happens in paragraph significance as the story progresses?
Have them re-mark using new information they have gleaned from activities 3 and 4. Have a quick discussion on the differences between their first effort at marking the paragraphs and the second attempt. Have student compare with the first and second attempts.
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Final class discussion on how they did as opposed to the actual markings as made by professionals. This lesson is designed as an introductory lesson. Students will need follow-up work to refine the skill of paragraph development.
Have students re-do paragraph breaks using old copies of your school paper. Have students keep track of the average sentences in each of their paragraphs after they finish a story.
If they have gone over the agreed upon maximum, have students re-break the paragraphs. Have students look at a local newspaper. How good a job does the local paper do of paragraph breaking?Convergent Journalism: An Introduction is a pioneering textbook that will teach you how to master the skills needed to be a journalist in today’s converged media landscape.
This book shows you what makes a news story effective, and how to identify the best platform for a particular story, whether it’s the Web, broadcast or regardbouddhiste.coms: 1. Introduction to Journalism is a year-long elective course for 8th grade students.
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