1. In-The-Field Reporter/Photo Journalist: There will be one or two in-the-field reporters on each news team.Ý Their responsibilities include:Ý
a. report all on-the scene disasters such as earthquakes, forest fires, etc.
b. Interview eye witnesses to major events
c. Report on the state of the environment, economy, political scene, etc.
d. Develop props to simulate the actual environment from which the news report is given
Provide information and pictorials on natural events that have actually occurred in specific countries.Ý In addition to actual events, the possibility of problems that are likely to occur should be reported.Ý Subjects could include the overthrow of a government, terrorist activities, plane crashes, etc.Ý Resources include: www.etown.edu/vl, www.census.gov, www.unep.org, www.countryreports.org, www.atlapedia.com
In-the-Field Reporter/Photo Journalist:
2) Who will be interviewed as eye witnesses to major events?
3) What will be reported in the state of the environment, economy and political scene?
4) What props will be used to simulate the actual environment from which the news report is given?
5) List the name of references, resources used to create your presentation.
The in-the-field reporter should provide information and pictorials on natural events that have actually occurred in specific countries.Ý