Planning a Student Newspaper? NYTimes Wants to Help!

newspapersToday is the last day of The Learning Network’s Student Journalism Week. Here, below, are the other four posts in the series, along with a past collection of journalism teaching resources and recent lesson plans for teaching the craft.

Please use the comment field to share more resources and ideas as well as to ask any questions you may have. And check back with us often for more related to scholastic journalism.

Student Journalism Week Guest Posts:

Using News Models for Authentic Writing

Three Benefits of Newspaper Programs

The Value of School Newspapers

A Guide to Rights and Responsibilities

Teaching Topics:

Teaching and Learning About Journalism

10 Ways to Develop Expository Writing Skills With The New York Times

10 Ways to Promote Writing for an Authentic Audience

Great Ways to Teach Any Day’s Times

Other Features:

Daily News Quiz

Student Opinion

6 Q’s About the News

Student Challenges and Contests

More Lesson Plans:

Going Into Detail: Developing Proofreading Skills

Putting Personality on Paper: Writing About People Using Times Models

Opinion Through the Ages: Exploring 40 Years of New York Times Op-Eds

Journalists at Risk: Considering the Perils and Value of War Reporting

Beyond Question: Learning the Art of the Interview

The Events in Libya: Using Reporting and Multimedia to Understand News

Short and Sweet: Deconstructing and Crafting Brief Arts Reviews

On Coming Out: Exploring the Stories of Gay Teens

Summer 2011: Tracking Topics in the News

Schools of Thought: Localizing National Education Stories

State’s Secrets: Teaching About WikiLeaks

The Ethics of the War Logs: Debating the Pros and Cons of WikiLeaks

Predicting the Vote: Analyzing Election Data

The Impact of Images: Considering the Place of Photojournalism Today

Is This Headline Clear? Learning About Ambiguity and Clarity From Headlines

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