Advisers'S ARCHIVE

  • Get the training you want (and need for certification/professional development) from MIPA and the MSU School of Journalism

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  • 1. News Brief Does not sacrifice accuracy for the sake of timeliness Sharp, attention-getting lead that underscores news story importance Uses inverted pyramid Emphasizes news elements, i.e. timeliness, nearness, impact, and prominence Avoids opinion unless properly attributed Proper diction/grammar; use of third person   2. Breaking News Coverage Reports as much of the who, what, […]

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  • INDIVIDUAL VIDEO RUBRICS FOR ALL CATEGORIES EXCEPT 14-18 (AIRCHECKS) AUDIO Is it clear? Is there any audio distortion?  Was the appropriate mic used?  Is the mic properly placed?  Is there a “popping” sound from the reporter?  Does the audio fit the action/pace of the video?  Is the volume consistent? VIDEO Is there obvious use of […]

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  • Category 1: NEWS STORY Sharp, attention-getting lead that underscores news story importance Uses inverted pyramid Emphasizes news elements, i.e. timeliness, nearness, impact, and prominence Shows thorough reporting skills Effective use of facts/quotes from both primary and secondary sources Avoids opinion unless properly attributed Sentences, paragraphs of varied length; written clearly, concisely, and vividly Proper diction/grammar; […]

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  • *Indicates new categories (that also need new judging criteria) To save on the number of books needed to enter, schools are now allowed to submit one package for all the visual/verbal categories. If they chose to submit just one package, it should contain the cover, endsheets, opening, dividers and closing with all the other pages […]

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  • The journalism teacher summer internship program is designed to provide current journalism teachers in Michigan with experience in today’s newsroom so the teacher can share this knowledge with students and become a more effective journalism teacher/adviser.

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  •   JRN 809, Section 730 Three Credits You’re running a small business, you know. And you never really thought that’s what you’d be doing. You just like journalism. You try to avoid math at all costs. “The Business Side of Scholastic Journalism” is a three-credit* grad class taught by Betsy Pollard Rau that will help […]

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  • Advisers, if you haven’t taken one of our classes, now’s the time. […]

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  • Social Media and New Technologies JRN 892, Section 302 Three credits or Non-Credit Workshop Location: On Campus Dates: July 16–20, 2012 Instructor: Bob Gould Objectives: This  course will provide advisers with the knowledge they need to teach their students new ways to tell stories. Journalism is changing every day, and teachers need to keep current. […]

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  • Photojournalism for Publication Advisers JRN 808, Section 301 Three credits or Non-Credit Workshop Location: Comm Arts Building, MSU, East Lansing Dates: July 23–27, 2012 Instructor: Julie Price Objectives: Ultimate goal: To get better results from your student photographers! If you know how a camera works and how to make it work for you, you will […]

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