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Journalism 2011-2012. Just the facts... just the facts. Introductions. Introductions. Dylan Allen . Introductions. Dylan Allen Taylor Briggs. Introductions. Dylan Allen Taylor Briggs David Chatzistamatis. Introductions. Dylan Allen Taylor Briggs David Chatzistamatis Ashlyn Helms.

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journalism 2011 2012

Journalism 2011-2012

Just the facts... just the facts

introductions1
Introductions
  • Dylan Allen
introductions2
Introductions
  • Dylan Allen
  • Taylor Briggs
introductions3
Introductions
  • Dylan Allen
  • Taylor Briggs
  • David Chatzistamatis
introductions4
Introductions
  • Dylan Allen
  • Taylor Briggs
  • David Chatzistamatis
  • Ashlyn Helms
introductions5
Introductions
  • Dylan Allen
  • Taylor Briggs
  • David Chatzistamatis
  • Ashlyn Helms
  • Sarah Smith
introductions6
Introductions
  • Dylan Allen
  • Taylor Briggs
  • David Chatzistamatis
  • Ashlyn Helms
  • Sarah Smith
  • Allie Stinson
introductions7
Introductions
  • Dylan Allen
  • Taylor Briggs
  • David Chatzistamatis
  • Ashlyn Helms
  • Sarah Smith
  • Allie Stinson
  • Ian Swaby
introductions8
Introductions
  • Dylan Allen
  • Taylor Briggs
  • David Chatzistamatis
  • Ashlyn Helms
  • Sarah Smith
  • Allie Stinson
  • Ian Swaby
  • Miranda Talbert
introductions9
Introductions
  • Dylan Allen
  • Taylor Briggs
  • David Chatzistamatis
  • Ashlyn Helms
  • Sarah Smith
  • Allie Stinson
  • Ian Swaby
  • Miranda Talbert
  • Lucy Whitney
  • Avery Irwin
  • Holton Irwin
slide15
Mr. G
  • B.S., University of Colorado School of Journalism
slide16
Mr. G
  • B.S., University of Colorado School of Journalism
  • Reporter, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
slide17
Mr. G
  • B.S., University of Colorado School of Journalism
  • Reporter, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
  • R.J. Reynolds Industries
slide18
Mr. G
  • B.S., University of Colorado School of Journalism
  • Reporter, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
  • R.J. Reynolds Industries
  • Del Monte
slide19
Mr. G
  • B.S., University of Colorado School of Journalism
  • Reporter, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
  • R.J. Reynolds Industries
  • Del Monte
  • Nabisco
slide20
Mr. G
  • B.S., University of Colorado School of Journalism
  • Reporter, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
  • R.J. Reynolds Industries
  • Del Monte
  • Nabisco
  • Tropicana
slide21
Mr. G
  • B.S., University of Colorado School of Journalism
  • Reporter, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
  • R.J. Reynolds Industries
  • Del Monte
  • Nabisco
  • Tropicana
  • Johnson & Johnson
slide22
Mr. G
  • B.S., University of Colorado School of Journalism
  • Reporter, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
  • R.J. Reynolds Industries
  • Del Monte
  • Nabisco
  • Tropicana
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Learning & Families
housekeeping1
Housekeeping
  • Cell phones
housekeeping2
Housekeeping
  • Cell phones
  • Computers
housekeeping3
Housekeeping
  • Cell phones
  • Computers
  • Attendance
housekeeping4
Housekeeping
  • Cell phones
  • Computers
  • Attendance
  • Grades
how will i be graded
How will I be graded?
  • Your writing: quality, deadlines, applying lessons
how will i be graded1
How will I be graded?
  • Your writing: quality, deadlines, applying lessons
  • Your participation
how will i be graded2
How will I be graded?
  • Your writing: quality, deadlines, applying lessons
  • Your participation
  • Scheduled exams... perhaps a MOAT
how will i be graded3
How will I be graded?
  • Your writing: quality, deadlines, applying lessons
  • Your participation
  • Scheduled exams... perhaps a MOAT
  • DPQs
how will i be graded4
How will I be graded?
  • Your writing: quality, deadlines, applying lessons
  • Your participation
  • Scheduled exams... perhaps a MOAT
  • DPQs
  • Notebooks
how will i be graded5
How will I be graded?
  • Your writing: quality, deadlines, applying lessons
  • Your participation
  • Scheduled exams... perhaps a MOAT
  • DPQs
  • Notebooks
  • Your news blog
housekeeping5
Housekeeping
  • Cell phones
  • Computers
  • Attendance
  • Grades
  • Road trips
housekeeping6
Housekeeping
  • Cell phones
  • Computers
  • Attendance
  • Grades
  • Road trips
  • Texts (books that is)
so what is journalism laf students respond
So, what is journalism: LAF students respond...
  • People who go and report on happenings around, reporting the news
  • taking the story to the public
  • big huge communication through internet, newpapers, tv, sports
  • collecting news story and facts and releasing it
  • news reporting and story telling
  • taking facts and putting it into understandable reports
  • taking facts and presenting them objectively to public
  • getting inside the story, extracting the facts and taking to public
  • journal of event or interviews and presenting to public
journalism formal definitions
Journalism:formal definitions
  • the profession of gathering, editing, and publishing news reports and related articles for newspapers, magazines, television, radio or on-line
journalism
Journalism
  • the profession of gathering, editing, and publishing news reports and related articles for newspapers, magazines, television, radio or on-line
  • the practice of investigation and reporting of events, issues and trends to a broad audience
journalism1
Journalism
  • the profession of gathering, editing, and publishing news reports and related articles for newspapers, magazines, television, radio or on-line
  • the practice of investigation and reporting of events, issues and trends to a broad audience
  • what we’re going to study for the next 34 weeks!
so why study journalism1
So why study journalism?
  • It’s a great skill to have
so why study journalism2
So why study journalism?
  • It’s a great skill to have
  • Journalism is a big part of our daily lives
so why study journalism3
So why study journalism?
  • It’s a great skill to have
  • Journalism is a big part of our daily lives
  • You never know where it might take you
so why study journalism4
So why study journalism?
  • It’s a great skill to have
  • Journalism is a big part of our daily lives
  • You never know where it might take you
  • Venezuela, France, Japan, China, Canada, Brazil, Costa Rica, Belgium, Bermuda, U.K., Puerto Rico
so why study journalism5
So why study journalism?
  • It’s a great skill to have
  • Journalism is a big part of our daily lives
  • You never know where it might take you
  • Venezuela, France, Japan, China, Canada, Brazil, Costa Rica, Belgium, Bermuda, U.K., Puerto Rico
  • You will be a better student by the end of this year... lead pipe cinch
so why study journalism6
So why study journalism?
  • It’s a great skill to have
  • Journalism is a big part of our daily lives
  • You never know where it might take you
  • Venezuela, France, Japan, China, Canada, Brazil, Costa Rica, Belgium, Bermuda, U.K., Puerto Rico
  • You will be a better student by the end of this year... lead pipe cinch
  • It should be fun!
possible career paths for journalists1
Possible career paths for journalists
  • Straight ahead journalism... papers, mags, websites, TV stations, radio
possible career paths for journalists2
Possible career paths for journalists
  • Straight ahead journalism... papers, mags, websites, TV stations, radio
  • Journalism for profits and non-profits such as colleges, governments, big companies. AKA: Internal Communications
possible career paths for journalists3
Possible career paths for journalists
  • Straight ahead journalism... papers, mags, websites, TV stations, radio
  • Journalism for profits and non-profits such as colleges, governments, big companies. AKA: Internal Communications
  • PR
possible career paths for journalists4
Possible career paths for journalists
  • Straight ahead journalism... papers, mags, websites, TV stations, radio
  • Journalism for profits and non-profits such as colleges, governments, big companies. AKA: Internal Communications
  • PR
  • Government relations
possible career paths for journalists5
Possible career paths for journalists
  • Straight ahead journalism... papers, mags, websites, TV stations, radio
  • Journalism for profits and non-profits such as colleges, governments, big companies. AKA: Internal Communications
  • PR
  • Government relations
  • Legal field
possible career paths for journalists6
Possible career paths for journalists
  • Straight ahead journalism... papers, mags, websites, TV stations, radio
  • Journalism for profits and non-profits such as colleges, governments, big companies. AKA: Internal Communications
  • PR
  • Government relations
  • Legal field
  • Politics
possible career paths for journalists7
Possible career paths for journalists
  • Straight ahead journalism... papers, mags, websites, TV stations, radio
  • Journalism for profits and non-profits such as colleges, governments, big companies. AKA: Internal Communications
  • PR
  • Government relations
  • Legal field
  • Politics
  • General business
assignment for august 30
Assignment for August 30
  • Read and memorize the 1st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
assignment for august 301
Assignment for August 30
  • Read and memorize the 1st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
  • Read and study pages 2, 4, 6-13 and 188-191 of Inside Reporting
assignment for august 302
Assignment for August 30
  • Read and memorize the 1st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
  • Read and study pages 2, 4, 6-13 and 188-191 of Inside Reporting
  • Read Luke 1:1-4
assignment for august 303
Assignment for August 30
  • Read and memorize the 1st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
  • Read and study pages 2, 4, 6-13 and 188-191 of Inside Reporting
  • Read Luke 1:1-4
  • Acquire your class notebook and present it
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