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An eight (8) week online course
A grasp on News Writing, Feature Writing, Editorial/Opinion Writing, Editorial Cartooning and Literary Writing.
JENNIELOU G. PIGAO
5. Course Objectives At the end of the eight (8) week online course. in sentence structure.I. Relate writing motives to internal features of their texts including different genres and expectations of different audience. to apply effective strategies and techniques in their own writings and to demonstrate understanding and mastery of standard written English as well as stylistic maturity in their own writings. punctuation. Their writings should make them aware of their interactions among writing purposes and audience expectations as well as the way generic conventions and the resources of language contribute to effectiveness in journalism. Campus Journalists should be able to write effectively and confidently as writers across their personal lives. the students are able to: 1. grammar and spelling. 4. II. Identify and develop styles appropriate to varied writing situations. 2. BASIC CAMPUS JOURNALISM Course Description: This eight (8) week course engages aspiring Campus Journalists in becoming skilled writers and critics in the different areas of journalism for a variety of purposes. Analyze other writer’s motives in reasons for writing. Follow the conventions of standard written English. 3. Apply critical reading and thinking skills to the writing process through analyzing and reacting on reading materials. Syllabus in Basic Campus Journalism by Jennielou Pigao .
6. Write well-organized articles with a firm thesis and a clear introduction. Mandaluyong. Cruz. August 3. Ceciliano. References Cruz. Alito L.Jose B. National Book Store Inc. Rex Book Store.Jose B. Alito L. Philippines. Ceciliano. 2000. Journalism Today. Campus Journalism and School Paper Advising. 1991. body and conclusion III. Journalism for Filipinos. Philippines. Malinao. National Book Store Inc. Malinao.. Campus and Community Journalism Hand Book. Manila Philippines. 2011 Ferguson. 2011 Syllabus in Basic Campus Journalism by Jennielou Pigao .. 2005. 856 Nicanor Reyes St. Donald L. Advanced Campus Journalism. August 3. Mandaluyong.
Enumerate the different Dos and Don’ts in Campus Journalism. Syllabus in Basic Campus Journalism by Jennielou Pigao . The Dos and Don’ts in Campus Journalism D. (10 points each) -Lecture -Discussion -Brainstorming -Reading Assignment -Criticizing an article -Library research 1. Do you believe in the saying “Pen is mightier than sword?” Explain. Explain why a Campus Journalist should be responsible in his/her writings. A review of the Journalism Creed E. why do journalists need to stand for the sake of justice and truth despite 5. 6. Why do Campus Journalists need to be responsible in their writings? 4. RELATED LEARNING ACTIVITY EVALUATION Quiz: ( Essay) Answer the following questions in no less than five sentences to be posted on the online class forum. Define Campus Journalism. State and explain one responsibility of a Campus Journalist. 2. Define Campus Journalism in your own point of view. 5. 2. Killing of Journalists/ Journalism issues OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson. 4. 3.TIME FRAME TOPIC I. Describe the qualities a Campus Journalist should possess. Reflect on the importance of Campus Journalism in the society. Campus Journalism. 3. Definition of Campus Journalism B.A Better Understanding A. Responsibilities of a Campus Writer C. Discuss the Journalism Creed. the students should be able to: 1. In your own opinion.
personal threats? Syllabus in Basic Campus Journalism by Jennielou Pigao .Reference: Cruz. Advanced Campus Journalism. Display interest in writing as well as criticizing an article. Ceciliano-Jose B. August 3. 2011 7.
Review of news articles -Reporting -Library research Criteria for grading: Lead -10 points Body – 5 points Conclusion – 5 points Title -. Ceciliano-Jose B. What is News Writing? B. Simple vs. -Lecture . Obscure Words At the end of the lesson. Analyze the process in News Writing through using simple words rather than of obscure words.5 points 25 points Reference: Cruz. Types of News Writing D. Syllabus in Basic Campus Journalism by Jennielou Pigao . August 3. Advanced Campus Journalism. News Writing A. Explain the importance of the Pyramid Structure in News Writing.Discussion -Brainstorming -Chinese New Celebration Year -Justice Corona’s Impeachment Trial 2. Write quality news articles observing the rules In News Writing.II. . 2011 3. The pyramid structure in News Writing C. the students should be able to: Write a news article regarding the following topics: ( 25 points each) 1.
2011 3. Reflect from other . Am I Team Twilight or Team Harry Potter? feature writer’s motives through reading their works. August 3. My Favorite Teacher B. My First Love C. My first experience to read a full novel 4. Ceciliano-Jose B. Rhetorical Acts for Paragraph Development 2.5 pts 50 points Syllabus in Basic Campus Journalism by Jennielou Pigao . the students should be able to: Write feature articles regarding the following topics: ( 50 points each) A. Advanced Campus Journalism.15 pts Conciseness -.III. Reference: Cruz. Different kinds of feature writing 1.15 pts Title -.Reading Assignment -Reporting 3. Differentiate feature writing from other types of writing -Discussion -Brainstorming 2.15 pts Grammar -. What is feature writing? 1. Criteria for grading: Clarity of ideas -. Feature Writing At the end of the lesson. Write feature articles from the different types of it.
Discussion -Reading Assignment The following topics are the hottest issues in our country nowadays.20 pts Stand of the writer ---10 pts Grammar and Spelling-10 pts Reference: Cruz. Underground river as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World Criteria for grading: Point of Argument --. Define the different types of an Editorial 2. Compare their ideas with other people’s ideas by including counter arguments and acknowledging multiple perspectives on any topic. Parts of an Editorial C. Controversial Issues in our Country At the end of the lesson. ( 50 points for each article) 1. the students should be able to: 1. Corona’s Impeachment Trial 2. RamGen Revilla’s Murder 4. Make sure that your title can catch your reader’s interest. Choose three topics and write an opinion article observing the rules in opinion writing. Editorial/ Opinion Writing A.IV. What is an editorial? B. Enumerate the current issues locally and globally 4. Different techniques in writing an effective editorial D. Syllabus in Basic Campus Journalism by Jennielou Pigao .Criticizing articles -Debate . Ceciliano-Jose B. PGMA’s House/Hospital Arrest 3. Advanced Campus Journalism. SK Abolition 5. August 3. Write an effective editorial/ opinion article for different audiences . Develop interest in writing opinionated articles expressing their sides regarding a certain topic 5. Different types of Editorial E. Compare and contrast Editorial Writing from Opinion Writing -Brainstorming 3. 2011 6.
Lead 5 pts Title 5 pts 50 points --- Syllabus in Basic Campus Journalism by Jennielou Pigao .
2011 Syllabus in Basic Campus Journalism by Jennielou Pigao . What is an editorial cartooning? -Lecture -Brainstorming -Games -Discussion -Ed. Corona’s Impeachment 2. Interpret the messages of their drawings 5. Analyze the cartoonist’s motives in drawing an editorial cartoon 3. the students should be able to: 1.V. Editorial Cartooning At the end of the lesson.Cartoon review 1. Explain the importance of editorial cartooning in an editorial page 2. PGMA’s hospital arrest 3. Advanced Campus Journalism. August 3. Different symbols used in Editorial Cartooning Criteria in grading: Message --. Ceciliano-Jose B.30 points Symbols --. SK Abolition B. Consider their audiences’ expectations and perspectives on their drawings 4. Draw an editorial cartoon regarding issues governing our society Draw an editorial cartoon on the following topics: ( 50 points) A.10 points Visual Impact – 10 points 50 points Reference: Cruz.
Short Story writing D. Write a 15-stanza free verse poem with the topic of your choice Criteria for grading: Originality --20 pts Grammar --10 pts Point of the view-10 pts Word choice -. word choice. Different literary techniques/ devices C.5 pts Title --5 pts 50 Syllabus in Basic Campus Journalism by Jennielou Pigao . What is Literary? B. Write effective stories and poem that can capture the interest of their readers I. Free verse At the end of the lesson. drama. Sonnet 3. tragic. comedy or horror story. Haiku 2. structure. Write a story with no less than 1000 words. revising and writing the final output 2. style and approach to their audience 4. August 3. Plan and carry out multiple stages in writing short story from drafting.VI. 2011 II. Ceciliano-Jose B. Relate their motives to internal features of their texts including content. Advanced Campus Journalism. Poem Writing 1. the students should be able to: 1. Enumerate the different techniques/ devices often used in literary writing 3. Literary Writing A. ( 100 points) Criteria for grading: Originality --50 pts Grammar --20 pts Point of the story-20 pts Title --10 pts 100 points -Discussion -Lecture -Brainstorming -Games -Movie review -Book review -Reading assignment Reference: Cruz. It could be a love.
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