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LESSON 1: WHAT IS NEWS AND WHERE TO FIND IT

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  • Lesson 2 – Gathering news
  • Lesson 3 – Writing news
  • Lesson 4 – Broadcasting news
  • Lesson 5 – News Day in an hour

This lesson explains what makes a story newsworthy and how to go about finding news.

Students will be introduced to the idea of writing for a specific audience and are also taught about the sources journalists use to make sure their reports are truthful and accurate.

OBJECTIVES
To understand what makes a story newsworthy
To understand that news comes in a variety of formats and styles for different audiences
To understand the nature of different news sources
To understand the importance of truth and accuracy in news

OVERVIEW AND RESOURCES (all require internet access)

ACTIVITYAPPROXIMATE DURATION
1. Video – What is news2 mins 30 secs plus discussion time
2. Video – How do journalists find news?3 mins plus discussion time
3. Activity – What is News and Source Checking15 mins
4. Video – Finding news masterclass3 mins 32 secs plus discussion time
5. Activity – Meet the Audience10 mins
6. Quiz – Finding news10 mins

ACTIVITIES

1 – Video: What is news?

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BBC newsreader Huw Edwards goes back to basics as he explores the concept of what makes something news.

You can recap the key points from the video using the accompanying worksheet, or read a transcript of the video:

Key points: What is news? [26.54] Transcript: What is news? [23.79]

A Welsh language version of the video is also available , together with a transcript.

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2 – Video: How do journalists find news?

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BBC newsreader Huw Edwards explains the essentials of finding news.

BBC newsreader Huw Edwards explains where you can start looking for inspiration for stories to cover in your reports.

And he emphasises the importance of making sure you have reliable sources for your stories.

NOTE FOR TEACHERS

This video is available on a separate web page to make it easier to distribute in the classroom

You can recap the key points from the video using the accompanying worksheet, or read a transcript of the video:

Key points: Finding news  [26.2 KB] Transcript: Finding news [24.4 KB]

A Welsh language version of the video is also available, together with a transcript.

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3 – Activity: What is News and Source Checking

Bearing in mind the tips from Huw Edwards, print out this worksheet and highlight the headlines you think are real news stories.

Then write at least one source you would check with to find out whether that story is true.

So for example: “Wayne Rooney dropped from England squad” could be a big news story.

To check whether it is true, you could:

  • Phone the Football Association
  • Phone his club
  • Check with his agent
  • Look at his official Twitter feed to see if he has commented

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4 – Video: Finding News masterclass

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School Report Finding News masterclass

Daniel from the BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast show explains how he finds news stories for the programme and the importance of checking that what he discovers is true.

He reveals the sources he uses, how he checks his facts and provides general tips on finding news.

Key points: Finding news masterclass? [120 KB] Transcript: Finding news masterclass? [160 KB]

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5 – Activity: Meet the Audience

One of the big things that BBC journalists think about when they are researching and presenting their stories is the people who will watch or listen to them – the audience.

Lots of different people watch BBC News, from children to grandparents and often they will be interested in slightly different things.

We want you to take on the role of School Report editor decide which of these stories will be interesting for your audience – students aged 11-16 – and why.

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6 – Quiz: Finding News

This multiple-choice quiz is designed to test your knowledge of news programmes and services, sources, and truth and accuracy.

It also provides real-life scenarios to prompt discussions about the issues that surround the world of news.

Quiz: What is news and where to find it [26.39] Quiz + Answers: What is news and where to find it [36]

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For reference, teachers may like to look at previous years’ lesson plans including 2012-14 , 2009-11 and 2006-8 .

This lesson has been approved by the BBC College of Journalism .

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Lesson 3: Writing News

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This lesson plan is the third of a series of six that explain the news-making process followed by professional journalists.

OBJECTIVES

To understand:

  • The structure and writing style of a news report
  • Why there are School Report rules about child protection

LESSON 3: ACTIVITIES AND RESOURCES

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