We found 32 resources with the concept journalism ethics
The War Photographer - Ernest Brooks
8 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
The roles of journalist, propagandist, and artist are blurred in the man that is photographer Ernest Brooks. His legacy of photographs documents both the reality of the conflict and the humanity behind the lines. As the British...
In the Newsroom: The Fairness Formula
6th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Reporting the news is easy, right? Think again! Show young scholars the difficult choices journalists make every day through a lesson that includes reading, writing, and discussion elements. Individuals compare the language and sources...
Facing Ferguson: News Literacy in a Digital Age
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
The reporting, both in professional news sources and on social media, of the events surrounding the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri provides 21st Century learners with an opportunity of consider how social media can influence perception of events. Using the events in Ferguson as a case study, the collection begins with a resource on how to establish a safe environment for discussing highly charged issues. Other resources examine how bias can influence reporting, the importance of and difficulty in verifying reports, the power of images, and concludes with a consideration of social media as a tool for change.
Student Reporting Labs: Think. Create. Inform.
7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
What is newsworthy? Who decides? How do video reports differ from printed news? What makes a good video report? What about journalism ethics? Learn all about it in this extra special collection of materials about video news production.
Facts vs. Opinions vs. Informed Opinions and their Role in Journalism
7th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Do reporters write about what they see, or what they think? Examine the differences between investigative writing and opinion writing with a lesson from PBS. Learners look over different examples of each kind of reporting, and convince...
Do Journalists Shape or Report the News?
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Analyze the presence of negative stereotypes and biased reporting in news media, and how this affects one's understanding of other cultures. Learners read newspaper excerpts and quotes from famous personalities to discuss the power of...
The First Amendment, What it Means and When Libel Comes in to Play
10th - 12th
Learners research three topics: The First Amendment, John Peter Zenger and his trial, and libel. In this journalism and libel lesson, students discuss things authority figures have done they disagree with and the anit-sedition law....
on Trial: Anonymous Sources, Promises of Confidentiality And Privacy
6th - 12th
Students research the case of Matthew Cooper and Judith Miller, two reporters found in contempt of court for failing to divulge their sources. They participate in a mock trial as they consider the case from various points of view.