Investigative Reporting Analyzing sources to uncover the truth!

Investigative Reporting Analyzing sources to uncover the truth!

Investigative Reporting Analyzing sources to uncover the truth! WHAT ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF SOURCES? Discuss your ideas in groups of 2 3. Share one of your ideas with the class by writing your answer on the board. WHAT ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF SOURCES? People

Letters Books Files Films Tapes Internet Social Media WHAT IS A JOURNALIST? A journalist

investigates collects presents information as a news story. WHERE DO JOURNALISTS SHARE THEIR STORIES? Social Media Newspapers Magazines Radio Television

Internet Journalists are relied upon to present news in a well-rounded, objective manner without bias. COMMUNICATIONS What are the different ways you can share information with a lot of people? What are some of the different way the President of the United States can share information with the American people? Press Questioning Voter Fraud Facts

Take a Look How did the press secretarys tone impact the dialogue with the press (reporters and journalist)? What role does the press play in spreading information? Did you see evidence of this role in the clips you watched? Lets discuss: Why are journalists and reporters important? ACCURACY Your reputation as a journalist is based on the accuracy (truthfulness) of your stories.

How can you be sure the information you find is accurate and reliable? ACCURACY GET THE FACTS RIGHT! ACCURACY LEVEL HIGH Reliable source provides accurate information ACCURACY LEVEL MODERATE Useful source provides somewhat accurate information ACCURACY LEVEL - LOW Hardly trusted source provides mostly inaccurate information

VERIFY, VERIFY, AND THEN VERIFY Always have at least two sources to back up any information you share with the public and have someone you know and trust edit read over your work! Remember As a journalist your reputation and your job depends on your proven ability to investigate, collect and share accurate (truthful) and timely information. AMERICAN MILITARY HEROES To the right, is a list of American Military Heroes who are featured in

the exhibit galleries of the U.S. Navy Seabee Museum. You must do some investigative reporting! In small groups, conduct research, find sources, and write a news story highlighting the important accomplishment(s) of the American Military Hero you are assigned. Rear Admiral Katherine Gregory

ENS Lawrence S. Karnowski Captain John N. Laycock S2c Lawrence Meyer Admiral Ben Moreell, CEC CMA3 Marvin G. Shields SW2(DV) Robert D. Stethem MM1c Aurelio Tassone YOUR NEWSPAPER ARTICLE SHOULD INCLUDE Who

Provide background information on your American Military Hero. How did they grow up? Did they have an impressive career? What What important accomplishment or feat are they known for in Seabee/CEC History? When & Where When did they serve in the United States Navy? WWII, present day or some other time period. How

How did they accomplish the task? Why Why is your person an American Military Hero? ARTICLE OUTLINE Eye-catching headline Byline Location Interesting opening paragraph and Introduction Your first sentence should capture the attention of your audience right away.

Quotations Are there interesting quotes that you can find and cite to support your story? Body What is the main message or heart of the article? Find a way to conclude the article in a few words What is a unforgettable way to end the story? READ AN ARTICLE FROM SEABEE

MAGAZINE What is the? Eye-catching title

Byline Location First sentence (lead sentence) of the article Quotation Main body Conclusion LETS GET TO WORK To the right, is a list of American Military Heroes who are featured in the exhibit galleries of the U.S. Navy

Seabee Museum. You must do some investigative reporting! In small groups, conduct research, find sources, and write a news story highlighting the important accomplishment(s) of the American Military Hero you are assigned. Rear Admiral Katherine Gregory ENS Lawrence S. Karnowski

Captain John N. Laycock S2c Lawrence Meyer Admiral Ben Moreell, CEC CMA3 Marvin G. Shields SW2(DV) Robert D. Stethem MM1c Aurelio Tassone LETS GET TO WORK To the right, is a list of American Military Heroes who are featured in the exhibit galleries of the U.S. Navy

Seabee Museum. You must do some investigative reporting! In small groups, conduct research, find sources, and write a news story highlighting the important accomplishment(s) of the American Military Hero you are assigned. Rear Admiral Katherine Gregory ENS Lawrence S. Karnowski

Captain John N. Laycock S2c Lawrence Meyer Admiral Ben Moreell, CEC CMA3 Marvin G. Shields SW2(DV) Robert D. Stethem MM1c Aurelio Tassone

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