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JRN 303

Feature Reporting Workshop

Students develop their understanding of the nonfiction writer's craft by developing story ideas and appreciating and applying story-telling techniques to longer forms of feature writing. They deepen their experience with descriptive and explanatory writing, and are required to conduct research and analysis to standards rigorous enough to prepare them for the professional-level reporting required in graduating year. They master the basics of narrative structure and are encouraged to experiment with story approach, writer's voice, pacing, and phrasing. (Replaces JRN 56A/B.)
Weekly Contact: Lab: 6 hrs.
GPA Weight: 2.00
Course Count: 2.00
Billing Units: 2


JRN 124 or (JRN 272 and JRN 273)





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