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ERIC Number: ED058190
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 20
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How to Survive: The Teaching of High School Journalism.
Menne, Susan
In this document, a hypothetical situation, which actually exists in many schools in the United States, is described. The situation is one in which the teacher teaches a sequence of two years of journalism. The first year is essentially a training ground, a course in the fundamentals of journalism. The second year provides the production class, which staffs the newspaper. Ways of arranging the curriculum are discussed, as are hurdles to be overcome in instituting change, teaching techniques, staff organization of the school newspaper, setting up a schedule of operation, and motivating writers to keep producing. (CK)
National Scholastic Press Association, 18 Journalism Building, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455 ($1.25 each, 10 or more $1.00 each)
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