Week 8 (1/4): The good, the bad, and the downright mad of Internet research

Photo: Bernie Borghetti/CC/Flickr
Photo: Bernie Borghetti/CC/Flickr

Research a well-known person using only Internet resources.

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Week 7 (25/03) – News story

NOTE: Due to the present Health Situation and online learning, I’ve also made this detailed so that if you need answers, hopefully you can find them here.

RECAP Week #6:

Last week you turned a TV News Report into a Radio News Report

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The three act structure

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BY PHIL MOORE

Most stories follow a 3-Act structure. Certainly most movies. This was first defined by Syd Field in the mid-’70s in his book Screenplay. It has been repeated, refined, and built upon in hundreds of books since. But the basic idea goes back as far as Aristotle, who in his Poetics defined stories as having a Beginning, Middle and End that are causally related.

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