Internship Make Up 8 - January 10 - Class Work

All work will be saved in the same document - one after another -

    1. You will be watching CNN Student News- to watch the CNN Student News for today, January 10
      1. After viewing CNN Student News:
        1. Open a Word document- save as imu8_1.9
        2. Do a summary of the entire broadcast from today (1/10) defining all the national and international news that is shown in this video. Tell the who(s), what(s), where(s), when(s), why(s) and how(s)
    2. New York Times Learning Network- To Do:
      1. Read the following stories
      2. Then, summarize (1 paragraph*) and give your opinion (1 paragraph) on each of the articles listed below - put those paragraphs in the same Word document you used for your CNN Student News. Please include titles of articles before you write your paragraphs so you paper is easy to follow. All articles are found on this link to Teenager in the Times.
        • What America Can Learn From Smart Schools in Other Countries
          The U.S. fared poorly, as usual, in a worldwide ranking of students’ test scores, but it showed significant gains among disadvantaged teenagers.
        • You’re an Adult. Your Brain, Not So Much.
          The brain reshapes itself for years after adolescence, scientists have found, raising questions about when an adult is mature in the legal sense.
        • An App Combats Bullying, One Anonymous Compliment at a Time
          Brighten, a creation of Austin Kevitch, has one million users, many in high school and college.
        • Then - answer the following questions in the same word document:
          • Which story or stories in this month’s edition were most interesting to you? To which article headlines and summaries did you have the strongest emotional reaction? Why?
          • Which teenager profiled or quoted here would you most want to meet and talk to in person? What would you ask?
          • If you had to present one of these articles to CSB which one would you profile? Why? What teen trends or controversies would you write about?
    3. Email Rogan and Sinks your Word file as an attachment - Email Subject: Internship Make Up 8 - January 9 - Class Work

      Remember to complete all the work and email them in as attachments in order to get full credit!

      *There is no absolute rule: very short or long paragraphs can work when used by an experienced writer. However, as a guideline, paragraphs should usually be no less that 2 or 3 sentences long