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Writing about them and past and future rivalries make for good articles. Write stories on those running for class offices and talk about their strengths and weaknesses.
School History Every school has history. Some of it can be quite interesting.
Local News Write articles about local news. You might even be able to interview the mayor, city council, and other city or county officials. In writing about local news, make sure it relates to the students in your school in some way.
Editorials and Opinion Pieces Solicit students to write opinion articles,letters to the editor, and editorials. Some great topics to write on are: New governmental policies Trending stories — stories that polarize people, cause social upheaval, or that most people are following.
Social issues parenting, divorce, dating, religion, marriage, diversity, racism, etc. School policy and rules School curriculum Self-Help Articles You can write articles that help people overcome certain addictions, bad habits, and fears. Write articles on what to do if someone tries to take advantage of you, how to overcome the fear of authority, how to approach the principal, what friendship really is, how to make friends, how to study, ways to get better grade, study tips, and so forth.
Other Ideas These ideas should get you going in the right direction. Comics particularly student drawn ones Guest articles from staff and faculty Polls.Current issue: AUGUST (To read all these articles and more, subscribe to the print or electronic editions) We love our Upper Valley bands.
When it comes to the Washington music scene, Seattle may be the first thing that comes to mind for the average music lover. Perhaps the #1 rule of writing a newspaper article is that you are factual.
You do not want to make assumptions or fabricate information. Before you can write your article, you must have as many of the facts as you can gather. A research paper is a long essay that you have done a lot of research for.
Your essay will need to be four pages long (plus the works cited page) so make sure you gather enough information! The paper will need to be double spaced and in MLA format. Jun 13, · A collection of Student Opinion questions, from this school year, all still open to comment on our blog.
Each asks students to read a short, high-interest nonfiction piece from The Times, then write in a response. A student publication is a media outlet such as a newspaper, magazine, television show, or radio station produced by students at an educational institution.
These publications typically cover local and school related news, but they may also report on national or international news as well. Most student publications are either part of a curricular class or run as an extracurricular activity.
How to Start a School Newspaper in Middle School. Five Parts: Gaining Support for the Paper Establishing the Basics Getting the First Issue Out Making Your Newspaper Better Sample Articles Community Q&A Starting a school newspaper can be a great learning experience.
You get to hunt down stories and write about what is going on around you.