Journalism Reflection

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Journalism Reflection

Lexi Tavalsky and Zaondra Zasadni

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Over the years, Journalism has changed and has had many different teachers. Mr. Varga was in charge of the class, then he passed the responsibility down to Mrs. Lech. Later, she decided to pass the throne down to Mr. Schultz. He began teaching Journalism in the fall of 2017, and he has only excelled ever since. He teaches the class in an orderly and organized fashion.

He tends to run the class in a different manner than other teachers in the past. On Monday, we must submit our topics to Moodle. Through Tuesday and Wednesday, we begin to brainstorm and create a rough draft that is due at the end of class on Wednesday on Moodle. On Thursday and Friday, we add the finishing touches onto our articles and submit them to the McCort Mirror. This schedule helps students stay on track.

Being in Journalism has taught all of us a number of things. The rules of this class that we are required to follow helps us to stay on track. It keeps us organized and stress-free. Being required to write an article every week has helped us to become better writers. This class has also kept us up to date on current issues and events going on in the school and community. After the articles are posted, they keep the entire school up to date on events, sports, issues, and opinions. Overall, this class has helped us all in many ways that will be helpful for the future.

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