Today's Scenario Reporter: You have had the opportunity to cover the showing of a movie to a journalism class, having been given that task by your assignment editor, who wants you to write a story about it ? 750 words maximum. For purposes of the assignment, the showing of the movie was Monday (no date). The story is to be about the event. Write an interesting story about what happened and about what participants say about it. Write it using material gathered by the following means: Your own observation of the event (but the story is to be neither your evaluative review of the movie or the event nor a first-person account of your experience). Your interviewing of people who viewed the movie (namely, your classmates). Interview them today in class. Your own research ? to provide background, context, explanation (where useful or necessary) or to check facts about the movie. Search and use the vast resources available to you on the Internet. Keep the plot summary to a minimum. IF YOU MISSED SEEING THE MOVIE, you can still do the story by interviewing the people who saw it and doing the research. It would be as if you were doing a follow-up story about an event that you did not attend. Let the excitement and the learning begin. Think. Plan. Interview. Research. Write.
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