All Classes: Reminders

TV 1: The news segment due date has been pushed back to Wednesday, Jan. 18th by the end of the hour. The review given a few weeks ago with the list of terms is due by extra credit on the final exam by Wednesday, Jan. 25th. Your final project, also due that day, will be assigned Tuesday next week.

R&W: Your research essay is due Tuesday night by 11:59 p.m. to turnitin.com. We will have one more day in the lab to work on it before we begin reviewing for the final.

TV 2: You were given a list of reminders today. They are detailed below:

The following are due by the day of the exam, January 27th, 2017:

  1. Your third marking period 3 project that will count towards 60% of your final exam grade. You must remember to submit a proposal/storyboard before producing your video.
  2. A reflection about “What I learned in TV 2”. These can be either a 2-page typed reflection or a short video (30 sec- 1 min.). They can be humorous and serious, but if doing a video, be creative in the structure (try to avoid just a series of interviews–> b-roll/you on camera would be more dynamic). This will be the other 40% of your final grade. I would obviously prefer a video, but if the other pieces are taking more time, you do have this option.
  3. Your out of class highlight video. Remember there is a process for this under the tab on my website 1. Event sign up 2. Equipment check out 3. Google form completed online 4. Rubric printed out for a grade as soon as the video is produced and uploaded to the designated “Out of Class Taping Highlight Videos” folder saved as “event_LastNames”.

Lions’ Roar: Late nights are next week, Tuesday and Wednesday. You will be expected to be here after school both days until you are dismissed. You were given your clip book assignment due the date of the final exam, Jan. 27th. I will bring some examples on Tuesday. You will also have a Lions’ Roar/AP style test that day along with a reflection.

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Enjoy your day off on Monday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, jr..

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About Emily Mullins

English and Journalism teacher at Berkley High School in Berkley, MI.
This entry was posted in Intro to Journalism/Writing for Publication, Reading and Writing for the College Bound, TV 1, TV 2. Bookmark the permalink.

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