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Clip newspaper 2009

CLIP NEWSPAPER 2009

WHAT’S IN A NAME?


CLIP

  • program emphasizes leadership skill development through global education

  • the belief that young people have the power to make a significant difference in our world.


Newspaper content
NEWSPAPER CONTENT

  • artistic visual pieces

  • CLIP assignments/articles/position papers

  • reflective/emotive articles

  • work from each member of CLIP 2009


Step a steps towards writing the clip newspaper
STEP ASTEPS TOWARDS WRITING THE CLIP NEWSPAPER

A. Brain storm learning experiences that CLIP 2009 have encountered.


Step a list clip learning experiences 2009
STEP A List CLIP Learning Experiences 2009

1. Get into groups of 4-5 people.

2. Record all learning experiences that you have encountered or may encounter in CLIP 2009.

3. Once you are done, or time is up, have a team member present your list to the class.

  • You have X amount of time to complete the list within your group.


Step a examples of clip learning experiences 2009
STEP A EXAMPLES OF CLIP LEARNING EXPERIENCES 2009

  • Fieldcote Retreat

  • Lion’s Clubhouse Retreat

  • CPR

  • Hamilton Urban Experience

  • The Dominican Republic Learning Experience

  • Leg 1 of SEVEC Exchange

  • Women’s Basketball Team tour

  • Making a drum


Step b next step towards writing the clip newspaper
STEP BNEXT STEP TOWARDS WRITING THE CLIP NEWSPAPER

  • Brain storm learning experiences that CLIP 2009 have encountered.

  • Brain storm what CLIP has or will have read, seen, or created.


Step b what clip students have read seen or created 2009
STEP B What CLIP Students Have Read, Seen, or Created 2009

1. Get into groups of 4-5 people.

2. Record what CLIP students have read, seen, or created in 2009.

3. Once you are done, or time is up, have a team member present your list to the class.

  • You have X amount of time to complete the list within your group.


Step b examples of what clip students have read seen or created 2009
STEP B Examples of What CLIP Students Have Read, Seen, or Created 2009

  • DREAMS Book Reflection

  • Freedom Writers

  • The Life of Pi

  • God on Trial

  • Macbeth

  • Biodiversity Comparison

  • What are you willing to die/live for?

  • CGW Seminars

  • Media Study

  • CLIP Journal/Food Nutrition Log


Step c next step towards writing the clip newspaper
STEP CNEXT STEP TOWARDS WRITING THE CLIP NEWSPAPER

  • Brain storm learning experiences that CLIP 2009 have encountered.

  • Brain storm what CLIP have read, saw, or created.

  • Recall CLIP 2009 Initiatives.


Step c recall clip 2009 initiatives
STEP CRecall CLIP 2009 Initiatives

  • Celebrate for Change/Free the Children: Elise/Brittany K.

  • Child Labour/Drama Workshops: Laura

  • DREAMS Reunion: Kate, Natalie

  • www.dreamscanada.ca: Caelan, Alex


Step c recall clip 2009 initiatives1
STEP CRecall CLIP 2009 Initiatives

  • Eco School Certification: Katie L., Maggie

  • Fair Trade: Awesome-LynE, Bryan

  • Fr. Lou book: Julia


Step c recall clip 2009 initiatives2
STEP CRecall CLIP 2009 Initiatives

  • Global Health: HIV and teens: Jessica

  • Inner City Youth: Sara, Alyssa

  • Light-up the Dominican: Nikki, Rebecca


Step c recall clip 2009 initiatives3
STEP CRecall CLIP 2009 Initiatives

  • Living Earth: Bryce, Brett

  • Military Free School Zone: Brennan

  • Shoe Drive: Jesse, Dan

  • To Write Love on Her Arms/Teens for Teens/WWF: Band Performance: Jaclyn


Step d next step towards writing the clip newspaper
STEP DNEXT STEP TOWARDS WRITING THE CLIP NEWSPAPER

  • Brain storm learning experiences that CLIP 2009 have encountered.

  • Brain storm what CLIP have read, saw, or created.

  • Recall CLIP 2009 Initiatives.

    D. Brain storm issues related to what CLIP have read, saw, created or experienced.


Step d issues related to clip
STEP D Issues Related to CLIP

1. Get into groups of 4-5 people.

2. Record issues related to CLIP.

3. Once you are done, or time is up, have a team member present your list to the class.

  • You have X amount of time to complete the list within your group.


Step d issues related to w hat clip have read saw created experienced
STEP DIssues Related to What CLIP Have Read, Saw, Created/Experienced

  • Native issues

  • Childhood/ adolescence

  • labour

  • global citizenship

  • using personal gifts towards the common good

  • environment


Step d issues related to w hat clip have read saw created experienced1
STEP DIssues Related to What CLIP Have Read, Saw, Created/Experienced

  • food security

  • global health/Environment & Human Health

  • urban youth living conditions

  • Poverty/Patterns of Poverty Closing the Gap Poverty

  • development and peace

  • Media/Global Issues

  • Geopolitics


Step d issues related to w hat clip have read saw created experienced2
STEP DIssues Related to What CLIP Have Read, Saw, Created/Experienced.

  • Refugees

  • Conflict & Co-operation

  • Sustainability-Finding Solutions

  • Religion

  • Global Connections

  • Biodiversity-Endangered Spaces & Species

  • Global Climate Change

  • Global Natural Resources


Step d issues related to w hat clip have read saw created experienced3
STEP DIssues Related to What CLIP Have Read, Saw, Created/Experienced

  • World Water Supply

  • Population Trends and Policies

  • Are Urban Systems Sustainable

  • Nationalism

  • Refugees

  • Conflict & Co-operation

  • Sustainability-Finding Solutions

  • Religion


How to use the brain storm information to choose your newspaper items
How to use the Brain Storm Information to Choose your Newspaper Items

  • Use the information just collected to focus on what you will contribute to the CLIP Newspaper in the areas of:

  • artistic visual pieces

  • CLIP assignments/articles/position papers

  • reflective/emotive articles


Examples of artistic visual pieces
Examples of Artistic Visual Pieces Newspaper Items

  • Photograph with a caption

  • 2-4 sentences


Examples of artistic visual pieces1
Examples of Artistic Visual Pieces Newspaper Items

  • Political cartoon created by you


Examples of artistic visual pieces2
Examples of Artistic Visual Pieces Newspaper Items

  • Drawing


Examples of artistic visual pieces3
Examples of Artistic Visual Pieces Newspaper Items

  • Artistic work by an artist related to CLIP experiences along with commentary.

  • George Littlechild is Plains Cree, born in Alberta.


Examples of clip work that you may use for the clip newspaper article
Examples of CLIP Work that You May use for the CLIP Newspaper Article

  • An article on a CLIP learning experience (STEP A list)

  • An article that is based on or was created for any CLIP assignment, other than a reflective paper (STEP B)

  • Social, political, religious, moral, ethical


Clip work that you may use for the clip newspaper article
CLIP Work that You May use for the CLIP Newspaper Article Newspaper Article

  • An article that is based on what you have read, saw, or created. (STEP B)

  • An article that is based on or was created for you CLIP IDP Initiative (STEP C).

  • An article on an issue related to what CLIP have read, seen, created or experienced (STEP D)


Clip work that you may use for reflective emotive articles
CLIP Work that You May use for Reflective/Emotive Articles Newspaper Article

  • CLIP journal

  • Food log

  • CLIP assignments in which you were asked to reflect on something or express your feelings about something.


Clip newspaper executed through co operative learning
CLIP Newspaper Executed through Co-operative Learning Newspaper Article

  • Create a group of 4-5 students:

  • There will be: three groups of 5

    • two groups of 4


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CLIP Newspaper Executed through Co-operative Learning Newspaper Article

In choosing your group keep the following in mind:

Each group is expected to produce

  • An artistic visual piece per person in the group

  • A position paper per person in the group

  • A reflective/emotive article per person


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CLIP Newspaper Executed through Co-operative Learning Newspaper Article

  • Each Group of 5 Students

    produce: 3 artistic visual pieces

    3 position articles

    3 reflective/emotive articles for a total of nine items

  • Each Group of 4 Students

    produce: 2 artistic visual pieces

    2 position papers

    2 reflective/emotive articles, plus any other two items ( for a total of six items)


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CLIP Newspaper Executed through Co-operative Learning Newspaper Article

  • Items to keep in mind about the group responsibilities:

  • Not every member of the group needs to create: artistic visual piece

    issue position paper

    reflective/emotive article

  • Your group decides how many and what type of work each group member is to create


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CLIP Newspaper Executed through Co-operative Learning Newspaper Article

  • Your group is to reach a consensus on each group member’s contribution.

    NOW PICK YOUR CLIP

    NEWSPAPER GROUP


Clip newspaper assessment
CLIP Newspaper Assessment Newspaper Article

Academic Group Mark:

  • Correct number of newspaper items completed for your group.

  • Group picks the following to be marked:

  • One artistic visual piece

  • One position paper

  • One reflective/emotive articles


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CLIP Newspaper Assessment Newspaper Article

Social Group Mark

  • Expected completion time-lines met.

    2. Anecdotal observation of group work.


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CLIP Newspaper Assessment Newspaper Article

Academic Individual Mark

  • Two of your completed pieces of work.

    Social Individual Mark

    1. Expected completion time-lines met.

    2. Reflective paper on what leadership skills you improved on during the newspaper completion and how you improved and displayed leadership skills during the process.


Clip newspaper editorial staff
CLIP Newspaper Editorial Staff Newspaper Article

1. Each group is to choose a person to represent their group on the editorial staff.


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CLIP Newspaper Editorial Staff Newspaper Article

  • Editorial Staff is to consist of:

  • Editor in Chief: Over-all leader

  • Editor: edit/proofread

  • Illustrator: edit/proofread artistic items

  • Layout Design Chief: layout the newspaper

  • Printing Press Chief: print the newspaper and place on web site


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CLIP Newspaper Editorial Staff Newspaper Article

Include the following in the newspaper:

  • Front Page

  • At least 4 long articles

  • At least 3 items on Native Issues


Clip 2009 newspaper
CLIP 2009 Newspaper Newspaper Article


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CLIP 2009 Newspaper Newspaper Article


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CLIP 2009 Newspaper Newspaper Article


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