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Creating An Online School Newspaper

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  • 1. Creating an Online School Newspaper What do we have to do?
  • 2. Identify Student Skills
    • Observe how students interact with the computer
    • Survey students
    • Review last year’s lesson plans
    • Review last year’s school newspaper
  • 3. Survey Student Interests
    • What are some of the sections (sports, news, entertainment) of the newspaper do students want to include in their wiki?
    • What jobs interest students?
    • How should students be grouped?
  • 4. Permissions
    • Seek permission from the headmaster about creating a school newspaper wiki
    • Review parent/student permissions for online photos and publication permissions
  • 5. National Technology Standards
    • Review National Technology Standards to insure that wiki project is in compliance with seventh grade standards
    • Review school technology standards to insure that skills will be developed for students
  • 6. Mini Lessons
    • Create a set of mini lessons for students
      • Creating a wiki banner
      • How to conduct an interview
      • Appropriate headlines
      • Taking good photos
      • Uploading to wiki
      • Investigative reporting
  • 7. Collaborate
    • With language arts teacher for editing student work
    • With division heads to help guide school policy procedures
    • With classroom teachers to gather information for school newspaper
  • 8. Establish Procedures
    • For writing articles
    • For turning in work
    • For uploading to wiki
    • For keep newspaper current
    • For creating teams
  • 9. Evaluate
    • Student evaluations
    • Teacher evaluations
    • Parent surveys
    • Surveys from students in other grades
  • 10. Celebrate
    • Celebrate the success of the first completed newspaper
    • Celebrate the success of the first quarter of publication
    • Celebrate the success of the end of the first year of publication
  • 11.  

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