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  1. News Editors Team You have overall responsibility for the news. You have to make sure everything is ready ON TIME! Speak to all the news teams and find out their stories. Decide on the order you want the stories to be presented in. Tell the news teams the order in which they are presenting. Check that the news reports are CLEAR, CONCISE and CORRECT. Be in overall charge of the final news report. Make sure everyone is in the right place at the right time.

  2. Picture Editors Team Talk to each news team and find out what their news story is about. Find a photo to illustrate each story and download it from the classroom computer. Save it on a PowerPoint slide. Keep doing this until you’ve got a photo for each story on the PowerPoint. Ask the editor what the order of the stories will be, and change the slides to match the order. Be in charge of the slide show during the news report.

  3. International News Team (North & South America) Look through a newspaper and find a story about North or South America that interests you. Or choose a story about this region you have heard of or seen on the Internet or TV (it doesn’t have to be in the newspaper). Write a script about this news story. It must be clear, concise and correct. Don’t just read out the report in the newspaper! Practice presenting the script. Present it during the news report.

  4. International News Team (Africa & Asia) Look through a newspaper and find a story about Africa or Asia that interests you. Or choose a story about this region you have heard of or seen on the Internet or TV (it doesn’t have to be in the newspaper). Write a script about this news story. It must be clear, concise and correct. Don’t just read out the report in the newspaper! Practice presenting the script. Present it during the news report.

  5. Europe News Team Look through a newspaper and find a story about Europe that interests you. Or choose a story you have heard of about this region or seen on the Internet or TV (it doesn’t have to be in the newspaper). Write a script about this news story. It must be clear, concise and correct. Don’t just read out the report in the newspaper! Practice presenting the script. Present it during the news report.

  6. National News Team Look through a newspaper and find a story from Britain that interests you. Or choose a story from Britain you have heard of or seen on the Internet or TV (it doesn’t have to be in the newspaper). Write a script about this news story. It must be clear, concise and correct. Don’t just read out the report in the newspaper! Practice presenting the script. Present it during the news report.

  7. London News Team Look through a newspaper and find a story from London that interests you. Or choose a story from London you have heard of or seen on the Internet or TV (it doesn’t have to be in the newspaper). Write a script about this news story. It must be clear, concise and correct. Don’t just read out the report in the newspaper! Practice presenting the script. Present it during the news report.

  8. Local News Team Look through a local newspaper and find a story from Bexley that interests you. Or choose a story from Bexley you have heard of or seen on the Internet or TV (it doesn’t have to be in the newspaper). Write a script about this news story. It must be clear, concise and correct. Don’t just read out the report in the newspaper! Practice presenting the script. Present it during the news report.

  9. Blackfen School News Team Think of something about Blackfen School that would interest other young people. Write a script about this news story. It must be clear, concise and correct. Practice presenting the script. Present it during the news report.

  10. Sports News Team Look through newspapers and find a sports story that interests you. Or choose a story about any sports you have heard of or seen on the Internet or TV. Remember it must be a current (new) story. Write a script about this news story. It must be clear, concise and correct. Don’t just read out the report in the newspaper! Practice presenting the script. Present it during the news report.

  11. Celebrity News Team Look through newspapers and find a celebrity story that interests you. Or choose a story about any celebrities you have heard of or seen on the Internet or TV. Remember it must be a current (new) story. Write a script about this news story. It must be clear, concise and correct. Don’t just read out the report in the newspaper! Practice presenting the script. Present it during the news report.

  12. Weather Team Look through a newspaper and find the weather reports. You can do a report on local, national or international weather. Write a script for your weather report. It must be clear, concise and correct. Practice presenting the script. Remember, most weather reporters are full of character, so don’t just read out your report in a boring voice! Present it during the news report.

  13. Technical Team Create a presenting and recording area (the place you want the news reports to be read out from, and from where you will film them). Create a safe route for the reports to reach the presenting area. Explain to the reporters where you want them to be and when. Set up the camera equipment. Practice using the camera. Make sure it’s close enough so that the reports voice can be heard clearly. Record the news report.

  14. ‘Intro & Outro’ Team You are responsible for introducing the news report. This means you must write the overall introduction and conclusion. You must then visit every news team and find out their stories. Then you must prepare a very short introduction for each of their stories, for example, “We are now going to go to Washington to hear a report about XXX from our North American News Team.” Practice your ‘intros and outros’. Read out your ‘intros and outros’ during the final news report.