Journalism: Using Your Voice

The importance of journalists in today’s world cannot be overstated.  Reporters decide what we do and do not see and whose voices are heard or not heard.  How did journalists such as Lester Holt, Christiane Amanpour and Anderson Cooper become so influential?  In this class, students will learn how to ask the right questions, organize information and find details.  You will see how to format stories and edit articles to make them interesting and easy to read for print and online publications.  We will also explore the fast-paced world of broadcast journalism through storyboarding, script writing and perhaps our own news show!  Student interest and current events will guide our exploration as students share their unique voices through writing and reporting.

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About ExplorSchool

For Rising 6th – 8th Grade Students

Your Summer of Discovery Awaits

MITY’s ExplorSchool provides rising 6th-8th grade students a unique opportunity to investigate new topics and dive deeper into their passions at a level that is challenging and motivating.  Intellectually curious students take two classes, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, enabling them to explore different disciplines, experience things that are not possible within a normal school setting, and forge new friendships.

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