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Satire: Easy to confuse when used without context

Posted by on Oct 29, 2015 in Blog, Ethical Issues, News, Scholastic Journalism, Teaching | 0 comments

by Tom Gayda Aw, satire. So fun and entertaining when done well. How many times have I been taken aback for a second by an Onion headline?...

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Think carefully before publishing April Fools’ Day content

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in Blog, Ethical Issues, Legal issues, News, Scholastic Journalism, Teaching, Uncategorized | 0 comments

By Megan Fromm, CJE JEA Educational Initiatives Director Let’s get straight to the punch line here: April Fools’ Day editions...

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April Fools’ negatives outweigh positives,
usually don’t fulfill techniques of satire

Posted by on Feb 21, 2014 in Blog, Hazelwood, Law and Ethics, News, Scholastic Journalism, Teaching | 0 comments

Fabrication? Non-credible information? Misleading direct quotes? Seeking permission to quote from sources or asking them to approve...

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Lesson plans for Free Speech Friday and First Amendment appreciation

Posted by on Feb 23, 2012 in Blog, Law and Ethics, News, Scholastic Journalism, Teaching | 0 comments

For Free Speech Friday,  Scholastic Press Rights Commission members offer lesson plans usable any time during the year or immediately...

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