with the editor to get an assignment. Once you're on the newspaper team, always check in with your editor to get specific assignments. If you have an idea for an article you'd like to write, pitch it to them and see if it's something you can get approval to work on.
If you've been on staff for a while, you may have the freedom to choose your own article topics. But until you know your position, it's always a good idea to ask for assignments.
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Write a feature story to explore an in-depth issue or event. Feature stories are generally 1000 words or more, and they focus on school policies, changes in the administration, national legislation that will affect the lives of students, and other big situations. When you write a feature story, focus on facts and research and include more background information than you would in other articles.
Feature stories are the largest articles in a newspaper, and they often go beyond simple facts to the reasons behind something, like why an event happened and what it means for students moving forward.
An example of a feature story would be an article about a new scholarship being offered in your state. How it works, who is eligible, and facts about the work that went into making the scholarship program a reality would make a compelling story.
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Work on a news story to share information about events or policies. A news story is generally a little shorter than a feature story, coming in at 750 to 1000 words. Write about information that students will find interesting or helpful, and focus on the facts of the story and offering multiple points of view about the situation. A news story should veer away from any personal feelings or opinions.
News articles are generally more straight-forward than feature stories or opinion articles. They convey relevant information in an unbiased way.
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Submit an editorial if you'd like to write about general opinion. Editorials are also called “opinion pieces,” and they don't include a byline, meaning that your name won't be signed to the article. These pieces won't be written in the singular first-person point of view, they're about 500 words long, and they provide commentary on topical, relevant issues.
For example, you could write an editorial about school rules, events or groups on campus, sports, programs, or teaching methods.
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Choose to write a column to share your opinion and sign your name. Use the singular first-person when writing a column, and share your personal opinions about various topics. For example, you could write an advice column or a mental health column. Columns run anywhere from 250 to 750 words.
If you want to be a regular columnist for your school newspaper, present a plan to your editor for a series of articles that you'd like to work on. For example, you could propose a 4-week series about starting a club or practicing self-care.
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Share an educational article to teach others about a specific topic. How-to articles or other educational articles are fact- and action-oriented, and they can span many different topics. Make sure to write about topics that are interesting to students and school life to keep your articles engaging.
For example, you could write an article called “Top 10 Tips to Manage Stress,” “How to Develop Good Study Habits,” or “How to Get in Shape before Tryouts.”
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Publish reviews to share an objective opinion with readers. Review things like books, movies, classes, music, and TV shows. Include a brief description of the thing you're reviewing, and then write about a few objective positives and negatives to help others decide if they'd like to spend money or time on the presented subject.
For example, if you review a new movie that came out, you could write about who would most enjoy the film. Perhaps it would be great for someone who likes action movies but not as enjoyable for someone who prefers comedies
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You: Dear father, kindly tell me about the life 50 years ago. Was it as good as the current life?
Father: The general quality life was better. There was not as much pollution, degradation, and deterioration of the natural environment and resources. There was less smoke and smog in the atmosphere. Global warming had not become such an unmanageable problem. Forests had not been cut so much! World population explosion had not affected the beauty and purity of life so much.
You: Kindly tell me more; it is sounding so interesting!
Father: The natural beauty had not been eclipsed by urbanization and industrialization. Brooks, rills, rivers and streams flowed down the slopes merrily! There were green meadows, pastures and terraced fields in plenty! The pure blue sky with cotton-like cirrus flitting merrily high above looked so beautiful! The canker of industrialization had not converted the once heaven like towns and cities into hell. The sylvan beauty, for which now we go to hill stations, had not been replaced by factories and mills. The skyline dominated by tall pines had not been replaced by an ugly sight of stacks spewing toxic fumes!
You: Wow! Tell me something about the people.
Mother: People lived more peacefully. Cultural, family and ethical values were more prevalent. People were not so materialistic. People believed in principles and ideals of the great leaders and freedom fighters and endeavored to practice their teachings. On the other hand, people in the cities have become more lazy and dependent on gadgets. As a consequence, their health, immunity, and endurance have been adversely affected.
You: Father, it means the contemporary city life has no advantage, does it?
Father: Well, the modern city life has some advantages over the past life. The modern cities are technologically more advanced, sophisticated, and equipped with better life facilities and infrastructure. There are many advanced schools, colleges, hospitals, and universities. The Information Technology Revolution had not affected the world so much.
You: I think we should blend the purity and peace of the past with the modern, technologically advanced life in order to live happily.
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