Distribute a School Daily paper and Meet TAKS Composing Goals.


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Distribute a School Newspaper and Meet TAKS Writing Objectives Michael Connolly West University Elementary School Houston ISD http:es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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What are the TAKS Writing Objectives? TAKS Writing Rubric from the TEA site http://www.tea.state.tx.us/student.assessment/taks/rubrics//es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Focus and Coherence Organization Development of Ideas Voice Conventions Five W\'s Inverted pyramid style Smart Research: Open inquiries questions Follow-up inquiries Editorial Writing Proofreading, modifying, spell check, linguistic use check Parallels between great reporting and TAKS composing prerequisites/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Getting Started Hardware and Software Needed Organizing time, understudies and documents Find different educators that will bolster your work/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Software/Hardware Writing Editing pictures Photos Scanning Publishing Microsoft Word Adobe PhotoDeluxe Digital camera Epson Perfection 124OU Microsoft Publisher/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Class time Advantages Don\'t need to work late Don\'t need to stress over understudies getting got Partner with different instructors Disadvantages Less eagerness After school Club time Advantages High Interest Same gathering of understudies extra minutes Disadvantages Work late Have to stress over understudies getting grabbed First Steps: Decide when to meet/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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After School Club Get endorsement from chief. Choose time and place. Declare to educators, understudies and guardians. Duplicate and disperse applications. Email educators rules for suggestions. Survey applications and suggestions. Select 12-18 understudies. Start week after week gatherings. /es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Meet with all candidates. Clarify part of "independent columnists" to those not chose to be staff journalists. Go out rules Parent consent letters Snack and parent volunteer sign-up. /es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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First Staff meeting Choose Newspaper name What\'s New At West U Monthly Mustang West U Times West U. News Determine sections & request story thoughts Record parts and assignments . /es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Sections of the Paper Front page What\'s Happening? Educators and Students Sports Editorials, Advice Comics and riddles/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Roles Editors Reporters Photographers Comic craftsmen/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Story Ideas Keep a Future book by month of up and coming occasions at your school. Utilize a "beat" framework to appoint understudies to an evaluation level or educator. Utilize a story tip sheet where anybody can submit story thoughts. /es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Incentives Extra focuses for Language Arts Snacks Picture in the paper Use the advanced camera See your name in print/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Record Assignments For every issue/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Track Assignments For the year – to counteract duplication interviews/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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File Management Save understudy documents to a server – note precisely where it is spared and name of document make a signoff sheet for understudies to utilize when completed Check off on task sheet when complete Write picture record # on task sheet Students sort picture # on article/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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2 nd Meeting Combine direction with work. Help understudies make great inquiries questions. What might our perusers want to know? What\'s fascinating? Open versus shut inquiries. Individual foundation. Audit assignments every meeting. /es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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3 rd Meeting Instruction: Covering Events Who? What? At the point when? Where? Why? Audit assignments. /es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Student agenda Use default text styles on Microsoft Word Title Byline Did you answer the 5 W\'s What fascinating subtle elements could be included? Any subsequent inquiries required? Spellcheck – check spelling of names and places Peer altered – have one of your companions read the article. Photograph taken? Photograph # composed on article? /es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Article - - Article - - Article - - Article - - Article - - 4 th Meeting Editors use graph paper to design their segment of the paper. Recovery to network organizer. Hand everything in for distribution. /es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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5 th Meeting Final audit of paper before circulation. Begin handle once again once more. Conceptualize thoughts for next issue. Make assignments/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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sixth Meeting Review paper. Any articles forgot? Recognize everybody\'s exertion. Basic audit +\'s and - " s Record changes for next time. /es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Press Conference/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Sample Issues January 2003 December 2002 November 2002/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Optional: Field trip F ield outing to the nearby daily paper Check with wellbeing strategy of daily paper before visit to discover what age limitations are set up for open visits. /es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Additional Instructional units Techniques for taking great advanced pictures. Embeddings/altering pictures into MS Word. Peer altering. Visitor speakers: Reporters or Comic authors, for example, Bill Hinds - "Tank McNamara" Sports Illustrated for Kids/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Houston Chronicle Instructional materials - Chronicle in Education http://www.chron.com/cie/tools.html Children\'s Express http://www.cenews.org/Scholastic News Zone http://teacher.scholastic.com/newszone/index.asp Online Newspaper workshop www.newswriting.com Kids In Print by Mark Levin, Good Apple, 1997 The Reporter\'s Notebook by imprint Levin, Mind Stretch, 2000. http://www.mindsretch.com http://www.nespa.org/The National Elementary Schools Press Association, an association that helps basic and center schools begin and enhance school and class daily papers as a method for showing true written work aptitudes Resources/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Text Boxes/Text Tool Bar Allows you to place message anyplace on page. Can connect boxes to proceed with segments starting with one segment then onto the next or starting with one page then onto the next page Choose the Text Box Tool from the Drawing Toolbar After making a content box join it to another (void) content box by right tapping the principal content box or heading off to the Text Box Toolbar and picking Text box Link Tool/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Text box join device >/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Comics After filtering funnies and embeddings into the report Add content to Comics with Text boxes This is heavenly frozen yogurt! /es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Picture Toolbar Insert Pictures Crop Pictures Adjust splendor & contrast Rotate Invert/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Adobe PhotoDeluxe For enhancing the nature of pictures Scanning Comics Other altering/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Picture positions Bitmap - .bmp-photographs Gif – for kid\'s shows JPEG – Maximum determination Choose "Send to" from the document menu to pick design/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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Microsoft Publisher Help Tutorial site http://www.bcschools.net/staff/PublisherHelp.htm http://desktoppub.about.com/library/howto/bl_htpubl.htm Microsoft Publisher site http://www.microsoft.com/office/distributer/utilizing/default.asp/es.houstonisd.org/westuniversity

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