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Lehrplan - Was Sie in diesem Kurs lernen werden

Woche
1
6 Stunden zum Abschließen

Unit 1: Introduction and Principles of Journalism

15 Videos (Gesamt 70 min), 10 Lektüren, 13 Quiz
15 Videos
Course Overview: Topics, Assessments & Activities4m
Course Overview: Games and Levels2m
Why Journalism? What Makes This Field Interesting?5m
Introduction to the History of Journalism – pre-16905m
History of Journalism – 1690 – present day5m
Language Focus – Simple Past and Past Progressive6m
Unlockable Achievement9
Principles of Journalism 1: Gathering Sources6m
Principles of Journalism 2: Telling the Story5m
Language Focus – Word Families6m
Principles of Journalism 3: Impacting People6m
Language Focus – Phrases for Agreeing and Disagreeing6m
Supplemental Listening: "Young Journalists Report on Worldwide Landmine Problems"2m
Supplemental Listening: 'Berlin Airlift' Airport Becomes Emergency Refugee Shelter3m
10 Lektüren
Overview of the Unit10m
American Editorial Cartoons10m
Hearst and the Growth of US Journalism10m
BASIC: "Media freedom is important. Here's what you can do."10m
ADVANCED: Media Freedom is important. Here’s what you can do.”10m
Game: Unit 1 Vocabulary Flashcards10m
Irregular Verb List10m
Supplemental Reading: How Can Journalists Be Protected?10m
Supplemental Reading: "'Berlin Airlift' Airport Becomes Emergency Refugee Shelter"10m
Supplemental Reading: "Newspapers in America"10m
13 praktische Übungen
Assessment 1: What do we expect from the media? (Survey)18m
Game 1: Timeline Game10m
Check Your Understanding: American Editorial Cartoons10m
Game 2: Selecting tense – Simple Past versus Past Progressive14m
Check Your Understanding: Hearst and the Growth of US Journalism10m
Check Your Understanding: “Media Freedom is Important. Here’s what you can do.”12m
Game 3: Matching word forms in context12m
Game 4: Vocabulary Practice - Principles of Journalism20m
Check Your Understanding: “Young Journalists Report on Worldwide Landmine Problem”8m
Crossword with Irregular Past Tense48m
Check Your Understanding: "How Can Journalists Be Protected?"8m
Check Your Understanding: 'Berlin Airlift' Airport Becomes Emergency Refugee Shelter”10m
Check Your Understanding: "Newspapers in America"8m
Woche
2
4 Stunden zum Abschließen

Unit 2: How to Research, Pitch, and Interview

15 Videos (Gesamt 57 min), 8 Lektüren, 11 Quiz
15 Videos
Researching an Idea4m
Unlockable Achievement9
Pitching a Story – Newspapers/Magazines3m
Pitching a Story - Radio5m
Video Listening: Times are Changing in Havana, Cuba2m
Unlockable Achievement9
Language Focus – Interviewing Sources – Wh- Questions4m
Interviewing Sources – Reliability, Facts & Opinion5m
Language Focus – Quoting Sources & Reporting Verbs4m
Video interview with a student journalist from The Daily Pennsylvanian3m
Unlockable Achievement9
Interviewing Sources - Notetaking6m
Language Focus – Quoting Sources Directly or Using Reported Speech5m
Supplemental Listening: "Story of Dr. Omalu Enlightens on Risks of High-impact Sports"3m
8 Lektüren
Overview of the Unit10m
BASIC: "Want to be a good reporter? Follow these tips."10m
ADVANCED: Want to be a good reporter? Follow these tips.10m
BASIC: Times Are Changing in Havana, Cuba10m
ADVANCED: Times are Changing in Havana, Cuba10m
Game: Unit 2 Vocabulary Flashcards10m
Supplemental Reading: Student newspapers shake things up10m
Supplemental Reading and Listening: "Story of Dr. Omalu Enlightens on Risks of High-impact Sports"10m
11 praktische Übungen
Game 1: Right-sizing Your Topic2m
Check Your Understanding: "Want to be a good reporter? Follow these tips."10m
Game 2: Vocabulary Practice18m
Check Your Understanding: Times are Changing in Havana, Cuba8m
Game 3: Reliable Sources12m
Game 4: Choose the reporting verb8m
Check Your Understanding: Video interview with a student journalist from The Daily Pennsylvanian8m
Game 5: Changing Direct Speech to Reported Speech12m
Check Your Understanding: Student newspapers shake things up6m
Game: WH- question formation20m
Check Your Understanding: Story of Dr. Omalu Enlightens on Risks of High-impact Sports8m
3 Stunden zum Abschließen

Unit 2: How to Research, Pitch, and Interview: Lesson Choices

1 Video (Gesamt min), 2 Lektüren, 2 Quiz
2 Lektüren
Sample News Story Pitch and Pitch Template10m
Sample News Story Pitch and Written Pitch Template10m
Woche
3
7 Stunden zum Abschließen

Unit 3: Words in Print

13 Videos (Gesamt 48 min), 10 Lektüren, 12 Quiz
13 Videos
Types of Leads4m
Creating a Lead4m
Listening: Turning the Page on Homelessness2m
Unlockable Achievement9
Language Focus – SV Agreement with Different Subjects4m
Writing Using Associated Press Style4m
Language Focus – Structure of Active and Passive Voices4m
Language Focus – Use of Active and Passive Voices3m
Reporting Accurately5m
Proofreading an Article5m
Unlockable Achievement9
Listening: Egyptian Journalists Call for Press Freedom2m
10 Lektüren
Overview of the Unit10m
BASIC: Turning the Page on Homelessness10m
ADVANCED: Turning the Page on Homelessness10m
BASIC: Thai Health Policy as Model for Emerging Economies10m
ADVANCED: Thai Health Policy as Model for Emerging Economies10m
BASIC: With billions to feed, sustainable agriculture is not a luxury10m
ADVANCED: With billions to feed, sustainable agriculture is not a luxury10m
Game: Unit 3 Vocabulary Flashcards10m
Egyptian Journalists Call for Press Freedom10m
Old Age, Debt Threaten Vietnam Economy10m
11 praktische Übungen
Game 1: Labeling - the Process and the Front Page20m
Game 2: Match Lead to Lead Type6m
Check your Understanding: "Turning the Page on Homelessness"10m
Check Your Understanding 2: "Thai Health Policy Seen as Model for Emerging Economies"10m
Game 3: Applying AP Style16m
Game 4: When to Use Passive Voice10m
Check Your Understanding: "With billions to feed, sustainable agriculture is not a luxury"8m
Check Your Understanding: "Egyptian Journalists Call for Press Freedom"8m
Check Your Understanding: "Old Age, Debt Threaten Vietnam Economy"8m
Game: Active/Passive Game12m
Game: Subject/Verb Agreement Game14m
Woche
4
4 Stunden zum Abschließen

Unit 4: Broadcasting the News

13 Videos (Gesamt 50 min), 6 Lektüren, 10 Quiz
13 Videos
Listening: "VOA Fast Five"5m
Unlockable Achievement9
The People of Broadcast Journalism4m
Types of Stories for Broadcast Journalism4m
Using Conversational Style4m
Language Focus – Present Tense & Active Voice4m
Ratings in TV News: How Journalists Compete4m
Unlockable Achievement9
Sensationalism in TV News5m
The 24-hour News Cycle5m
Language Focus - Stress & Pausing5m
Listening: "Telepresence - The Next Best thing to Being There"2m
6 Lektüren
Overview of the Unit10m
BASIC: Studying Broadcast Journalism Gives Student an Opportunity to Learn about News Worldwide10m
ADVANCED: Studying Broadcast Journalism Gives Student an Opportunity to Learn about News Worldwide10m
Game: Unit 4 Vocabulary Flashcards10m
Radio Hoax Causes Panic10m
Forget a seat at the table. This reporter wants a seat in the briefing room.10m
10 praktische Übungen
Check your Understanding 1: Listening: "VOA Fast Five"8m
Game 1: Matching Language to Definitions22m
Check Your Understanding 2: "Studying Broadcast Journalism Gives Student an Opportunity to Learn about News Worldwide"8m
Game 2: Print vs. Broadcast Journalism16m
Assessment 1: Rewrite your article as a copy for a broadcast2m
Game 3: Stress12m
Check Your Understanding: "Radio Hoax Causes Panic?8m
Check Your Understanding: "Forget a seat at the table. This reporter wants a seat in the briefing room"10m
Check Your Understanding: "Telepresence - The Next Best Thing to Being There"8m
Game: Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle26m
3 Stunden zum Abschließen

Unit 4: Broadcasting the News: Lesson Choices

1 Video (Gesamt min), 2 Lektüren, 2 Quiz
2 Lektüren
Unit 4 Assessment 2: Present your Script Instructions10m
Unit 4 Assessment 2: Written Option10m
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von ADec 12th 2018

I was looking for this kind of course and this is a perfect online course which inculde everything from journalism , I have learnt a lot of things from this course and will look for similar courses

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Excellent course for people for whom English is not their mother tongue! Very well paced.\n\nThe course also provides a good insight on what journalism is suppose to be, its principles and values!

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