Beyond the Front Page 2.0

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Beyond the Front Page 2.0 is a multimedia journalism collection designed for both teachers and students in grades 6 through 12. This collection includes interviews with contributors from PBS NewsHour and The New York Times. Through a series of nine videos and a companion website, the project highlights the keys to understanding and utilizing journalism.

 

  • Beyond the Front Page 2.0: Sources in Journalism

    Introduces students to the important concept of sources and the distinction between the sources needed to cover news, features, and opinion. This student video features interviews with professional journalists across a range of media

    Grades: 6-12
  • Beyond the Front Page 2.0: The Rules of Journalism

    Teach students specific journalism rules and how the pros apply them to gather and report news. This student video features interviews with correspondents from PBS NewsHour and other professional journalists across a range of media.

    Grades: 6-12
  • Beyond the Front Page 2.0: Journalism and the Common Core

    Teachers will learn how journalism curriculum can support Common Core learning and media literacy through interviews with educators who have enjoyed multimedia non-fiction storytelling projects in their own classrooms.

    Grades: 6-13+
  • Beyond the Front Page 2.0: Journalism in the 21st Century

    Learn how a journalism curriculum can foster the 21st Century skills of critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity through interviews with educators, and learn to use journalism to enhance student engagement.

    Grades: 6-13+
  • Beyond the Front Page 2.0: What is Journalism?

    Introduces students to the exciting field of journalism and the job of a journalist. This student video features interviews with correspondents from PBS NewsHour as well as professional journalists across a range of media.

    Grades: 6-12
  • Beyond the Front Page 2.0: Telling the Story

    This video provides students with tips on how to tell a compelling news story. It features interviews with correspondents from PBS NewsHour as well as journalists across a range of media based in Cincinnati, Dayton, and Springfield.

    Grades: 6-12
  • Beyond the Front Page 2.0: Journalism Yesterday & Today

    View a brief history of journalism and how it is changing in the in the digital age. This student break out module features interviews with correspondents from PBS NewsHour as well as professional journalists across a range of media

    Grades: 6-12
  • Beyond the Front Page 2.0: Student Journalism

    Students inspire students with the relevance and reward of journalism. This student break-out module gives advice from a pro and peer-to-peer insights from students about their own multimedia journalism projects.

    Grades: 6-12

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