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  • UOFP CMC 220 COMPLETE STUDY MATERIALS. DOWNLOAD NOW!
  • IT REALLY WORKS!  Since 2010 I've helped thousands of students do A+ work. I want you to have the best grades, but more importantly I want to help you.
  • ENTIRE CLASS/COURSE TUTORIAL INCLUDES EVERYTHING LISTED  CMC 220 / CMC220 / ENTIRE CLASS/COURSE TUTORIAL INCLUDES EVERYTHING LISTED
  • WEEK 1 CHECKPOINT: RIGHT TO THE FACTS VS. CIVIC JOURNALISM  CheckPoint: Right to the Facts vs. Civic JournalismResources: Ch. 1 & 2 of Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and HowDue Date: Day 5 [post to the Individual forum]Discuss, in 250 to 300 words, the distinction in a democratic society between the public’s right to the facts and agenda-oriented civic journalism
  • WEEK 1 DQS PART 1 OF 2  Discussion Question 1Due Date: Day 2 [post to the Main forum]Post your response to the following: When what the public is interested in is not the same as what may be important information, what guidelines do you think a journalist should follow in reporting an issue? Consider responding to your classmates’ answers by speculating on the consequences of sacrificing important information for public interest, or vice versa.
  • WEEK 1 DQS PART 2 OF 2  Discussion Question 2Due Date: Day 4 [post to the Main forum]Post your response to the following: After accuracy, what do you believe are the most important standards for reporters to follow? Give specific examples of what to do and not do.Consider responding to your classmates’ answers by expanding on their suggestions.
  • WEEK 2 ASSIGNMENT: NEWS CONTENT AND DELIVERY CHANGES  Assignment: News Content and Delivery Changes Resources: Ch. 4, 5, & 6 of Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and HowDue Date: Day 7 [Individual] forumDescribe, in 750 to 1,050 words, how each new medium affected news content and delivery, including how people engaged with news and how the media that preceded it adapted their content and delivery. Be sure to discuss newspapers, magazines, radio, TV, and satellite and Internet services.Follow APA formatting guidelines.Post your paper as a Microsoft® Word attachment.
  • WEEK 2 CHECKPOINT: THE FUTURE OF PRINT MEDIA  CheckPoint: The Future of Print Media Resources: Ch. 4 & 5 of Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and HowDue Date: Day 4 [Individual] forumExplain, in 250 to 300 words, how you see the future of printed newspapers and magazines developing in the face of news availability on the radio, TV/cable and the Internet. Consider style of delivery as well as content.
  • WEEK 3 CHECKPOINT: OBJECTIVE AND INTERPRETIVE NEWS  CheckPoint: Objective and Interpretive News Resources: Ch. 9 & 10 of Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and HowDue Date: Day 5 [Individual] forumInvent a news event and submit it in two styles fit for newspaper publication:o Objective narrative inverted pyramid (See p. 172- 174 of the text.)o Interpretive non-narrative or feature description (See p. 180-181 of the text.) Ensure that both styles report the same news event and that each story is between 125 and 150 words.
  • WEEK 3 DQS PART 1 OF 2  Discussion Question 1Due Date: Day 2 [Main] forumPost your response to the following: Describe major characteristics that distinguish writing news items for print, broadcasting, and the Internet.Consider responding to your classmates by discussing which of these differences you think are rigid guidelines for a reporter and which may be applied more flexibly.
  • WEEK 3 DQS PART 2 OF 2  Discussion Question 2Due Date: Day 4 [Main] forumPost your response to the following: To show the importance of accurately attributing information to sources, provide two or three examples of what can happen when news is not accurately attributed.Consider responding to your classmates’ answers by expanding upon the consequences of the examples they discuss.
  • WEEK 4 ASSIGNMENT: EDITING AN ARTICLE  Assignment: Editing an ArticleResources: Ch. 12 & 13 of Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How and Appendix CDue Date: Day 7 [Individual] forumEdit the article in Appendix C according to the guidelines listed.Write a 200- to 250-word summary of the steps you took in your editorial process and your reasons for each step. Write a headline suitable for publication and submit it as an attachment to your summary with your edited version of the article.
  • WEEK 4 CHECKPOINT: INFLUENCE OF EDITORIAL WORK  CheckPoint: Influence of Editorial Work Resources: Ch. 12 & 13 of Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and HowDue Date: Day 4 [Individual] forumDescribe, in 250 to 300 words, how an editor’s work can influence a reader’s perception of articles or the publication in which they appear. To help you with this activity, consider also how an article or publication may be perceived when different editorial duties are not performed.
  • WEEK 4 EXERCISE: COLLABORATIVE EDITING  Exercise: Collaborative EditingThis exercise is designed to help you with the assignment later this week. You will collaborate in specific threads designated by your instructor to get information and ideas before you conduct your individual editing work.Resources: Ch. 12 & 13 of Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How and Appendix CDue Date: Day 5 [Main] forumRead the editorial guidelines and article in Appendix C.Find your assigned thread on the student roster posted in the Main forum.Discuss, in your designated thread, the editorial choices you recommend for reorganizing the information. Consider:o What is most importanto What is most newo The relevance of celebrity credibility to the issueo How to organize facts so that similar topics are together and not scatteredo How to transition smoothly from one topic to another.
  • WEEK 5 DQS PART 1 OF 2  Discussion Question 1Due Date: Day 2 [Main] forum Post your response to the following: A photograph that is not touched up may be thought to objectively capture something that has occurred—right or wrong, what happened, happened. Do you think a photograph alone is necessarily neutral, or does it personally connect the audience with the event and promote bias? Provide examples to support your answer.Consider responding to your classmates by discussing measures that a photojournalist might take to achieve greater neutrality when covering controversial issues.
  • WEEK 5 DQS PART 2 OF 2  Discussion Question 2Due Date: Day 4 [Main] forumPost your response to the following: The Ch. 16 section titled Ethics and Taste on pp. 296- 297 describes four examples of photographs that could be deemed sensational. Select one example and invent conditions under which you would set aside the usual standard to avoid sensationalism and argue in favor of using the photograph. Consider responding to your classmates by explaining whether you would accept the same conditions they present, or how those conditions might have to be different in order for you to use the photograph.
  • WEEK 6 CHECKPOINT: NEWS WEB DESIGN  CheckPoint: News Web DesignResource: Ch. 17 of Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How Due Date: Day 4 [Individual] forumEnvision yourself as the editor of a news Web site and describe in detail, using 200 to 250 words, how you would design the page display so that it incorporates the following principles:o Readabilityo Simplicityo Consistencyo Varietyo PurposePlease note that you are not to summarize the principles, but describe the consistent layout, the choice of colors, and the number of items on the front page, etc., to demonstrate that you know how to follow the principles.
  • WEEK 7 CHECKPOINT: BROADCASTING  CheckPoint: BroadcastingResources: Ch. 18 & 19 of Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How and Appendixes G, H, & IDue Date: Day 5 [Individual] forum Review Appendix G about the closed circle of a broadcast. Use what you believe are the best ideas from both of this week’s discussion questions and convert the feature news story in Appendix H to a 30- to 45-second news broadcast.CMC 220 Information Products and PresentationsCourse Syllabus Page 17Use Appendix I for a free download of the software you will need to create an audio file of yourself conducting the broadcast you wrote. Comment in 50 to 100 words on the clarity and organization of your broadcast.Post your comments and attach the audio file of your broadcast in the Main forum according to the instructions in Appendix H, so you and your classmates can read each others’ comments and listen to each others’ broadcasts.
  • WEEK 7 DQS PART 1 OF 2  Discussion Question 1Due Date: Day 2 [Main] forumPost your response to the following: What features have you noticed that you like and dislike in the narration of news? How do those features affect how you interpret the news you are hearing?Consider responding to your classmates by discussing how you react to the things they like and dislike, and whether your reaction is the same as theirs.
  • WEEK 7 DQS PART 2 OF 2  Discussion Question 2Due Date: Day 4 [Main] forum Read Appendix G about the closed circle of a broadcast. Post your response to the following: Convert the following news item, which was prepared as a pyramid for print delivery, into a closed circle for broadcast delivery:Jessica Albermal, who recently relocated to Phoenix from Anchorage, Alaska, crashed into the living room of 1672 Elmar Ave. at 2:15 a.m. as she drove from her job at Hapmart.Bernard and Alice Axy, residents of the home, were out of town and unavailable for comment. Police determined that alcohol was not a factor.Albermal told authorities that she swerved to avoid what looked like a grizzly bear, which turned out to be the shadow of a prairie dog statue from McPherson’s Yard Ornaments cast against a retaining wall in the Axys’ front yard.Consider responding to your classmates by comparing the effect that different broadcast circles have upon your interpretation or understanding of the event.
  • WEEK 8 CHECKPOINT: ROLE OF THE PRESS  CheckPoint: Role of the PressResources: Ch. 21, 22, & 23 of Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and HowDue Date: Day 4 [Individual] forumWatch or read one news medium from each category below:o CNN or Fox News Channelo CBS, ABC, or NBCo The New York Times or The Wall Street JournalDiscuss, in 200 to 250 words, similarities or differences between the roles of the press as presented in the textbook and in the three news media you selected.
  • WEEK 8 ASSIGNMENT: EFFECT OF TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES  Assignment: Effect of Technological Advances Resources: Ch. 21, 22, & 23 of Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and HowDue Date: Day 7 [Individual] forumWrite a 750- to 1,050- word essay that traces the effect of technological advances on journalism throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, including:o Making papero Typesetting and presseso Photographyo Telegrapho Transportationo Typewriterso Radioo Television/cableo Satelliteso Computerso Internet Follow APA formatting guidelines.Post your paper as a Microsoft® Word attachment.
  • CAPSTONE DISCUSSION QUESTION  Capstone Discussion QuestionDue Date: Day 3 [Main] forumPost your response to the following: What difficulties do you think news consumers encounter when they attempt to distinguish between objective news and editorial opinion? Consider such sources as blogging and advocacy Web sites and use specific examples of news information in your answer.Consider responding to your classmates by ascertaining whether their suggestions for determining objective news and editorial opinion apply to the examples that you chose.
  • FINAL PROJECT: NEWS CONTENT AND DELIVERY  Final Project: News Content and DeliveryResource: Appendix ADue Date: Day 7 [Individual] forumRead or watch all of these news media on two separate days:o CBSo NBCo ABCo The New York Timeso The Wall Street Journalo CNNo Fox News Channelo The Daily ShowIdentify the news media above with specific examples of the following types of news content and style of delivery:o Political newso Financial newso Entertainment newso Objective news reportingo Analysiso Opiniono Bias balanceo Satireo SensationalismCMC 220 Information Products and PresentationsCourse Syllabus Page 20Discuss, in 1,750 to 2,050 words, which media you think best serve both the public interest and the ethics of journalism, and why. Which of these media would you choose for your own access to news, and why?Follow APA formatting guidelines.Post your paper as a Microsoft® Word attachment.