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That’s actually quite a lot of information, by the way, and required repeated group story assessments before students were ready to identify those elements in the stories by themselves. We did other assignments in the classroom to get children accustomed to reading and scanning the news. We analyzed what we could factually surmise, and what we could assume, about news photos. We held weekly news quizzes, where students had to find the answers to questions in news stories. And though the first time students struggled through the exercises, by the second, third and fourth times around they’d made quantum leaps.
This group is happy to read the paper when they can find one sitting around, and they like feeling informed. As one focus group participant said: “It gives you something to talk about. Then things that are related to it, you start talking about. ” Content ideas that are purely newsroom-based are easiest for editors to nurture or implement. Grander ideas come to fruition through collaboration with other newspaper departments. One idea that would require newspaperwide—or industrywide—exploration is an Can we give readers the paper analysis of papers’ pricing strucfor free?
You definitely have that glow,” said another coworker. • Near the end of the 25-foot catwalk, past the dancers in white hot pants and under the neon pink lights, Jameel Spencer clinks shot glasses with Sean “P. Diddy” Combs and 38 Nieman Reports / Winter 2003 • Well, fellow suburbanites, take heart. There’s always Denny’s. Otherwise, I’m afraid, our collective hipster in- Young Readers What stunned me about our paper, once I started to pay particular attention to these issues, was how often we missed opportunities to connect with young readers.