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 Journalism Tips
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Joined: Sun Jan 10, 2016 1:57 am
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Mon Jan 25, 2016 2:09 am

Journalism is a hard job. It involves good observation and listening. Here are the steps to become a great writer and journalist!

Step 1.Try to find a story to write about. Find someone who knows about the news. Write about a book or your school. Just try to find a fiction or non- fiction stories. You can even write it yourself.

Step 2.Write your story. From fiction and a story planner or some notes from listening to someone's news you have to write down a full story.

Step 2.Edit. Take notes about what's good and what can be improved. Judge your own work.

Step 4.Put aside your notes than rip your story and throw it away. It's sad but you can't just erase your work. It's better to rip it up. 

Step 5.Relax and take a break from everything. Talk to your parents about your story.

Step 6 Go back to your story. Look at your notes from your old story. Start writing with the help of your notes (use good handwriting)

Step 7. Ask your family and friends to read your finished story. Let them edit and if you want to redo Step 4-6 that's fine.

Thanks for reading this for more emails or questions friend we WiseWitch54




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