Group Blog Teams (fall 2018)

Sorting for your fall 2018 group blog teams is now complete! I went through your existing blogs and the comments you left on last week’s assignment to sort you by complementary interests, styles, and so on. The more detail you provided, the better a fit I was likely to find. Today in class, you will meet in your groups to solidify your concepts and start identifying stories.

Group 1: NAME TK

  • Kenna Richards
  • Alexis Piatkowski
  • Megan Irwin
  • Dan Walsh

Group 2: NAME TK

  • Marshall Kesterson
  • AJ Barnes
  • Brooke Hawthorne
  • Aaron Host
  • Christine Robinson

Group 3: NAME TK

  • Katie Forcade
  • Patrick Kotnik
  • Xavier Leroy
  • Olivia VanHorn

Group 4: NAME TK

  • Erica Young
  • Brie Autry
  • Alex Balog
  • Taylor Brown
  • Te’a DiNapoli

 

Group Blog Planning Assignment #2

In today’s class, you’ll be meeting to work out the initial details of whatever it is you’ll be doing for the final five weeks of the semester. On Monday, Oct. 1, your group will present its concept to the class along with several specific story pitches. As a group, you will print and submit the following as a (stapled) six-page packet:

  • Page 1: The title of your blog and a detailed description
  • Pages 2-5: One page from each member with SIX short story pitches. These must be complete sentences. The stories you pitch should be specific, explain why we should care and suggest several potential sources with contact information.
  • Page 6: A tentative posting schedule (Monday-Thursday) for the final five weeks of the semester.

All this material can be changed, but you must have it in hand at the START of Monday’s class (or the group will receive a deduction). I recommend collaborating together in Google Docs so you don’t all have to be together at the same time. NOTE: Don’t create an actual blog on WordPress yet – that comes later.

One Response to Group Blog Teams (fall 2018)

  1. […] a local and contemporary trend, topic, or theme in a journalistic way. You’ve already been assigned a team, started brainstorming and written your first post, but now it’s time for greater specifics. You […]

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