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a. Submit the activity log that summarised the research and drafting steps that you went through in constructing your environmental news story. You should have compiled this log when you completed Task 1 of Activity 3.9, Part B. It should fully reference the sources you used when compiling your news story, including the sources of images. If the idea for your story, or material in it, is drawn from another journalist’s work, you must state this clearly in your log and explain how your own work is a development of it. Your log should be no more than a couple of paragraphs (you may use bullet points if you wish), plus references. (10 marks)
b.In Task 1 of Activity 3.9, Part B, you completed an environmental news story that touches in some way on the module themes of governance and sustainability.You should have followed carefully the guidance given in Activity 3.9, Part B when completing your news story. Your story should include a headline,an introduction of up to 75 words, links, illustration(s) and notes at the end on how you would use multimedia (or other) features of the Web medium unavailable to you in the U316 Wiki. It should be no longer than 600 words, excluding the final notes on how you would include multimedia features. It will be assessed using the same criteria that you were asked to use in evaluating the work of your fellow students in Task 2 of Activity 3.9, Part B.
Your story can be on any environmental topic but must touch on the themes of governance and sustainability. It should include a headline, an introduction of up to 75 words, links, illustration(s) and notes on how you would use features of the Web medium unavailable to you in the Wiki
Your story should be based on recent information or be in some other way `newsworthy` (e.g. an anniversary or new research findings on an `old` story),
Your story should be no longer than 600 words.
HERE IS THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA THAT I WILL BE GRADED ON:
FOR QUESTION A. HERE ARE THE INSTRUCTIONS ON WHAT TO WRITE Keep an activity log of your research and drafting stages for the activity, as you will be asked to submit it as part of your answer to TMA05. In effect the activity log is a brief research diary of just a couple of paragraphs that will summarise how you chose a particular story, i.e. what triggered the idea, which sources you used, how you went about locating them and drawing useable materials together, and the time you spent on each aspect of the activity. If the idea for your story, or material in it, is drawn from another journalist’s work, you must state this clearly in your log and explain how your own work is a development of it. The log should fully reference the sources you used when compiling your news story, including the sources of images. It doesn`t need to be longer than a couple of paragraphs (you may use bullet points if you wish), excluding references. The log will help you to reflect on the process of identifying and researching topics — a useful skill to carry across to your project — but will also serve to protect against plagiarism.It is important of course that the story you submit for TMA05 is your own work. How can you prove this? Your activity log will allow you very briefly to tell the story behind your story: where did you get the initial idea?; what sources did you use? (your log should include fully referenced links for any websites used as sources); how did you plan and divide your time between researching and drafting the story?
YOU NEED TO INCLUDE IMAGES IN THE NEWS STORY The best way to ensure this is to use only images that are provided under Creative Commons (CC) license !!!! the way you reference an image is Artist/photographer (year of production) Title of image [Online]. Available at URL (Accessed date).
The notes (not included in the word limit) should appear at the very end of your story in the form of a sentence or two describing how you would have integrated multimedia features.You should also include useful (and balanced) links with your story.
News stories don`t normally include formal references to their sources and you should write your news story in this way too. Details of your sources and a complete reference list should be included in your activity log.
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