Pip Sparrow volunteers to work at her local newspaper. She joins a team meeting and learns the basics of news reporting. Rules include "be objective" and "get different perspectives."
Sparrow is sent out to report on a protest. She learns the importance of research and checking sources.
Sparrow rights a report on nutrition in schools. She uses a case study and includes charts and graphs and is sure to use trustworthy sources.
Sparrow's principle makes changes to the school's lunch menu because of her article. She summarizes what she has learned.
Credits: Information Report Writing Skills
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Follow Pip on her journey to learn about informative writing. This program guides students through the informative writing process and points out common problems students face when gathering information and presenting reports. Students will see how delivering the right information in the right way can be a very powerful tool.
Length: 13 minutes
Copyright date: ©2009
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