Around the Quad
A fellow classmate
...have been approved by another student."
...contain people who helped write the article."
...provide the best representation of the topic of your article."
...have nothing to do with the topic."
Writer's Job Title
All lowercase letters.
Only one word.
Taking all the article's photos/vidoes
Writing the whole article
All of the above
None of the above
Pictures of the school
Activities related to your category
Things going on in the Jounalism class
Pictures of you and your friends
King/Drew Student Code of Conduct
"Rule for School Publications" and "Guidelines for Writing Articles"
Anytime during the day of the deadline
Most of the
None of the
A small amount of the
To exist as an instructional device for the teaching of writing and other journalistic skills.
To provide a forum for opiniions of students, school staff, and members of the community.
To show off student's ability to write stories and take pictures of the school.
To serve the entire school by reporting school activities.
Material that advocates the breaking of any law
Opinions on any topic
Both A and C
Both A and B
Criticize race, religion,sex, or ehnicity.
Submit stories that conform to a good journalistic writing styles.
Talk about their personal lives and problems.
Take pictures of things that don't relate to their article topic or event.
Rearrange words so the quote sounds better.
Put them straight into the article.
Use them as your own.
Verify them with the interviewee
If you dont want to.
If instructed otherwise.
If it is taking too long.
If you found a better and faster way to do it.
Pictures with the interviewee
Basic factual information
Ideas on how to further develop a story
All of the above
Use it and tell Mr. Johnstone
Use it and tell the Editor-in-Chieft