Feb 12 Premiere Issue HERE
Other Online School Newspapers
WE SHINE DAYLIGHT ON LOCAL THOUGHTS & EVENTS
Week 6: Mar 1-5
CTE STANDARD: ARDS01Use basic methods of data collection and analysis to provide information for projects.
What story are you contributing to the Mar 4 issue of Bruins Buoy? Tell me HERE. Your work is due
at the end of class on Tuesday March 2nd. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Week 5: Feb 22-26
CTE STANDARD: ARDS01Use basic methods of data collection and analysis to provide information for projects.
2. Do Lesson 3: The First Amendment
SLOW DOWN and think about your answers. This is a graded assignment: 400 points!
Do you want to do it together as a class? There are 47 questions!!
Another quick note: I will work on re-formatting the Bruins Buoy so that it more closely resembles the layou that most online newspapers are using. Example HERE
Week 4: Feb 16-19
Tuesday - Friday February 16
CTE STANDARD: ARDS01Use basic methods of data collection and analysis to provide information for projects.
2. Do Lesson 2: InfoZones: School Lunch.
SLOW DOWN and think about your answers. This is a graded assignment!
3.The instructions are HERE. Looking for ideas? Go to this spreadsheet from a survey last week and read through the entries.  Some of the entries should inspire ideas. Let's talk about ideas and work together to build story ideas for the next issue. DUE FRIDAY - NO EXCEPTIONS
Week 3: Feb 8-12
Thursday, February 11
CTE STANDARD: ARDS01Use basic methods of data collection and analysis to provide information for projects.
Go to this spreadsheet from a survey last week and read through the entries. Some of the entries should inspire ideas. Let's talk about ideas and work together to build story ideas for the next issue.
The following articles are missing. Do them before tomorrow!!
  • Quarantine lockdown and how it affects the youth
  • Wildfire Safety
  • Music
  • Student Survey
Tuesday, February 9
CTE STANDARD: ARDS01Use basic methods of data collection and analysis to provide information for projects.
We need stories. Stories that reflect our hopes, dreams, and concerns.

1. Look at one high school newspaper from 1 western state (not OR) and one from another state. Using the supplied worksheet, record details of the articles, graphics, and topics that are outstanding. What do you see that really grabs your attention? How are you drawn into an article?
I will pass out paper worksheets to make it easier. If you prefer an online sheet here it is.

2. Go to: https://snosites.com/our-customers/high-schools

3. We will discuss and brainstorm what works and what doesn't. If we have time we will talk about ideas for the next edition: February 26.
Do want to take our format in a different direction? Check out the examples below, and let's discuss.
Monday, February 8
CTE STANDARD: ARDS01Use basic methods of data collection and analysis to provide information for projects.
If you have not yet registered, look in the Week 2 box for instructions.
2. CHECKOLOGY LESSON 1 DUE TODAY - It's the first lesson in the course: InfoZones, where you categorize information into one of six "zones": news, opinion, entertainment, advertising, propaganda or raw information.
3. How far have you gotten with the phone app: INFORMABLE? You should be through the Ad or Not? Module of the game by now. Is it just me, or does the app hang all of the time?
Week 2: Feb 1-5
It's about being ALERT to your surroundings.
Fri. Feb. 5
Thurs. Feb. 4
CTE STANDARD: ARDS01Use basic methods of data collection and analysis to provide information for projects.
  1. 4th & 6th Pd Classes: Register HERE for an excellent resource that we are going to USE and discuss.
    4th pd. Class code: BKWUX-QZR6Q-6ZB
    6th pd. Class code: 4SLWB-TPVS0-6ZC
  2. 4th & 6th Pd Classes: ON YOUR PHONE, go to the App store and install Informable. Part of your grade will be based on your progress in this app.
  3. Find out what is going on! CLICK HERE for template.
  4. A copy of the template will open. Immediately File>Rename it as: YOUR NAME-DATE
  5. Do the research as a group -(each person does a different task and shares) and fill out the form. Share the link with me in an email.
  6. Check out the BEST online newspaper on the Southern Oregon Coast.
  7. ALWAYS check out the Curry Pilot
COPYRIGHTS
CTE STANDARD: AR04 Analyze the legal and ethical responsibilities required in the arts, audio/visual technology and communications workplace.
As of 2020, copyright has expired for all works published in the United States before 1926. In other words, if the work was published in the U.S. before January 1, 1926, you are free to use it in the U.S. without permission.
Learn the legal and ethical responsibilities required in the arts, audio/visual technology and communications workplaces.
Guiding Questions
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Do you have to file copyright?
-What are the consequences of breaking copyright law?
RESPOND: DUE WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3    Online Copyright Quiz
Week 1: Jan 25-29
Before we get started, please take this important survey HERE
This 2nd form is to help me get to know you better. It's worth 100 points! HERE
I Am From project
  • Why do this project?
  • The Poem by George Lyon HERE
  • Use this FORM to do your poem.
  • When you are done, hit the downward arrow in the upper right of the window.
    Save "With Your Changes"
  • Re-name the file in this format:
    LASTNAME-FIRSTNAME-IAMFROM.PDF
  • Turn-in using the BEAR BUTTON in the upper right of this web page.
  • You're done!
IMPORTANT
ENTER YOUR IDEA for something you will contribute for the February 12th issue of the Bruins Buoy HERE
"No matter what job you have in life, your success will be determined 5% by your academic credentials, 15% by your professional experiences and 80% by your communication skills."
- Stephen Wang, Entrepreneur
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