He learned to ask the right questions for a story.
He learned to meet deadlines in a timely manner.
He began to check his own work for errors in grammar.
He became familiar with the newspaper-making process.
His subject was a schoolteacher.
He had a reputation to maintain.
His editor failed to catch the error.
He had no excuse for such an error.
A printout of a newspaper
Editorial criticisms of writing
Grammatical concerns in writing
Text that reporters write for the paper
A news report.
A formal speech.
A persuasive paper.
A personal narrative.
To present the lessons learned by a first-year reporter
To encourage the reader to take up a career in journalism
To describe the process by which a report becomes a news story
To relate the experiences of one reporter while covering crime stories