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Journ Lecture Module

Journ Lecture Module

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A lecture on journalism...basics
A lecture on journalism...basics

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Campus Journalism-I(Lecture)
Student’ Name: _______________________________  Teacher’s Name: ______________________________ Date: ___________________- _____________________ 
By: T. Janet DigmanFREFACE
There are numerous types of writing exercises which vary considerably incomplexity and purpose. There are also suggested ways by which these are presented and discussed. Since there are many currently individual’s variationsand interpretations of each method being used. The choice of teaching approachesand strategies, all are which seasoned with the teacher’s personal style.Since this module is planned purely for lecture, it is the teacher’s own techniqueto inject the important points that students must keep in mind. It is also suggested to give samples and/or let them write a sample at their given ample time.
Day 1
I.OBJECTIVES1.to define news writing2.to identify the attribute and sources of news3.to sustain interest throughout the lesson.II.LESSON PROPEA.News: Its definition and attributesWhat is news? News is basically about an event, idea or a reaction that is presentedfactually and simply in a written form to give the reader an idea of what iscurrently happening around him or her, particularly on matters of interest to thecommunity.Examples:A.1 Event:Independence CelebrationOpening of a new collegeA. 2 Idea:Increasing tuition feesMerger of two academiesA. 3 Reaction:Opinion on increasing tuition feesB.ATTRIBUTES OF NEWS1.Timeliness - the event, idea or opinion of a certain issue should be timelyinteresting.2.Factuality – a news story must be based on real events and happenings.3.Proximity - the nearness of an event or happening to the readers.4.Prominence – refers to both places and people that are popular to the readers because of something like public officers, wealthy person, etc.5.Significance – an event idea or opinion must be important and should beinteresting to a community or campus.6.Oddity - anything that is unique or unusual is newsworthy.C.SOURCES OF NEWSPrimary – Secondary – D.NEWS GATHERING1.Actual coverage of an event of happening2.Interview3.Writing from documents3

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