A reminder that your final assessments for both the AM Producing class and PM Presenting class are due now. The term finishes in 2 weeks; I’ll be actively giving you verbal and written feed-back at this time.
Producing and presenting require you to know a little bit about a lot of stuff. You don’t need to be an expert on every subject but it’s really useful to have a few fun facts up your sleeve and, a decent general knowledge. That includes sport, music, economics, politics, religion, psychology, philosophy, geography, etc. It will make you a well-rounded conversationalist and thus, a better communicator.
As media makers, it’s important that we consider the diversity of people who engage with our content. Today, we’re specifically going to look at recognising stories that come from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander or First Nations people.
There are two big focus weeks on the calendar each year: Naidoc Week which falls in July and, Reconciliation week at the end of May.