Week 10 (21/10): Fiction vs nonfiction

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BY MARK GATELY AND CAZ ADAMS

What’s the Difference?

Works of fiction and nonfiction can each be enthralling and valuable pieces of literature, but they are different in several important ways.

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Week 9 (14/10): The three act structure

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BY MARK GATELY, PHIL MOORE, AND CAZ ADAMS

The Three-Act structure is a model used in narrative fiction that divides a story into three parts (or acts), often called the Setup, the Confrontation, and the Resolution.

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Week 8 (23/9): The good, the bad, and the downright mad of Internet research

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Photo: Bernie Borghetti/CC/Flickr

Research a well-known person using only Internet resources.

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Week 7 (16/9): News story

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You have turned a TV News Report into a Radio News Report

As Radio listeners can’t see any visuals, you must find ways to describe scenes, graphs, incidents, people etc so that the listeners could visualise the report through words.

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Week 6 (9/9): More writing for broadcast

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BY CAZ ADAMS

Week #5 Exercise – From various reputable news sites you researched and wrote a News Story for TV. 

As well as written articles you also researched video articles and video footage of the news item.

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