One way of doing this is to use a quote, for example: You can recap the key points from the video using the accompanying worksheet or read a transcript of the video: For example, the law says you cannot name the patient.
Ideally you should interview someone with an opinion, someone with an opposing view and an expert on the matter. Get straight to the point at the beginning. For this activity, you will need to print out TWO copies of this worksheet, one is for a first draft and the other is for a final draft.
In this case, "According to" is an extremely useful phrase, for example: Remember the 3 Cs when you write your script Remember to keep your words clear concise and correct: Meet the Audience One of the big things that BBC journalists think about when they are researching and presenting their stories is the people who will watch or listen to them - the audience.
Keep your sentences - and the length of your report - short. Not only does this exercise help students develop their own news-reporting voice and style, it also helps avoid the temptation to copy and paste, which without adequate acknowledgement can amount to plagiarism.
Copying what someone who WAS in court has written is a safer option than writing about the court case in your own words, but what if the journalist you are copying has got it wrong.
However the new supplier could take you to court for suggesting that their food is out-of-date or poisonous without proof and, if you lost the case, it could cost you a large sum of money. That way, the most interesting information, is naturally what you communicate first.
Writing news This is your chance to see just how much you know about writing a good news story. Perhaps this is a role they would like to adopt on a practice News Day or the national News Day.
Between you, decide on a news story you are going to report. Remember, the aim is to promote the piece, not to tell the story. They belong to the photographer or the person who made them. Head teacher Peter Walsh said: By comparing old and new packets, you would be able to check that the new food does contain more fat, sugar and salt than the old.
Would you feel comfortable reporting it? Students may therefore require two copies of the script-writing template.
It also provides real-life scenarios to prompt discussions about the issues that surround the world of news.
Script template Remind students not to write in the large left hand margin. In order to format their news reports into five-sentences, as advocated in this guide, students should leave a row between each sentence on the worksheet. Write how you would say it.
Scripting a story 30 mins Work in pairs. Finding News masterclass Media playback is unsupported on your device School Report Finding News masterclass Daniel from the BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast show explains how he finds news stories for the programme and the importance of checking that what he discovers is true.
And the worksheet below contains the script that he used for his report. Why not watch the report along with the script to see how it was all put together. Essential information for teachers about media law 6 C Remember who your audience are.BBC Listening Worksheets / BBC 6 minute English.
Comprehension questions based around the key points of BBC 6 minute listenings.
Includes critical thinking. BBC NEWS | School Report | Scriptwriting tips and real examples off a planned air strike.
The American technical stock exchange, Nasdaq, has launched a. A lesson plan about compiling news for teachers and students taking part in the BBC's news making projects for 11 to year-olds, School Report.
Words In The News Teacher's pack Lesson plan and student worksheets with answers Compulsory cooking Vocabulary of a news report Aims: Reading skills – Understanding a short news report eliciting spelling as you write. Elicit and show the word stress of each item and word class, if appropriate.
If you are taking part in BBC News School Report, you can use your first name ONLY and your age. 2 A Interview people who will help you create a balanced report. Ideally you should interview someone with an opinion, someone with an opposing view and an expert on the matter.
bbc news: school report In this language arts/social studies activity, students rank on a scale of 1 to 10, twelve different news sources.
Students rank them according to reliability, and then provide an example of each kind of news source.Download