Students will explore the different setups, procedures and possible outcomes for live event and broadcast productions.
This single-day lesson challenges students to consider questions of ethics when involving citizens as journalists through social media in dangerous breaking news events.
A lesson explaining the difference between active and passive voice and how to change from one to the other.
In this lesson, students will explore the use of external flashes to augment available light and control image lighting.
Students research copyright, fair use and various license types and will create an infographic to explains key concepts and guidelines.
This single-day lesson introduces students to the 5K race fundraising event used by a newspaper staff from Rockville, Maryland.
Satire is a sneaky art form, so it requires a sneaky introduction. This lesson tricks students by offering them a satirical school memo and pretending it is an official one, leading to a deep engagement with the subject matter.
Description In this one-day lesson, students will participate in a fictional scenario in which they make decisions about the front page content for their student newspaper, The Monthly Gazette. Then, they will discuss how the content they have chosen (stories, photos, etc.) impacts the content and …
This lesson introduces students to the online advertising model used by a student media program in Missouri.
In this short lesson, students will learn about several different methods of capturing motion in photography, including techniques for blurring and freezing motion.