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Dynamics of Writing
An Exercise Guide


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Newswriting/Reporting

January 2018 | 96 pages | CQ Press

Dynamics of Writing: An Exercise Guide gives students multiple opportunities to practice their writing skills in-class or as take-home assignments. Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of the newswriting process and offers short-answer, multiple-choice, and writing-prompt activities to help students master the concepts and skills presented in Vincent F. Filak’s comprehensive book. Additional exercises built around the unique demands of online newswriting will prepare students to meet the demands of a changing media landscape.   

Key Features:

  • “Writing Exercises” enable students to recall & demonstrate their understanding of various elements found in each chapter in Dynamics of News Writing and Reporting.
  • “Practice Writing” exercises empower students to apply their knowledge in a safe, in-class environment.
  • “Live-Action Exercises” encourage students to expand their knowledge and experience through out-of-class reporting and writing opportunities.

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Chapter 1. Audience-Centric Journalism
 
Chapter 2. Critical Thinking
 
Chapter 3. Basics of Writing
 
Chapter 4. Expanded News Writing
 
Chapter 5. Social Media
 
Chapter 6. Interviewing
 
Chapter 7. Basic Reporting: News That Finds You
 
Chapter 8. Beyond Basic Reporting: News You Have to Find
 
Chapter 9. Broadcast-Style Writing and Voicing
 
Chapter 10. Collecting Audio and Visuals in the Field
 
Chapter 11. Editing Audio and Video
 
Chapter 12. Law and the Media
 
Chapter 13. Ethics
 
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Vincent F. Filak

Vincent F. Filak, Ph.D., is an award-winning teacher, scholar and college media adviser who serves as a professor of journalism at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where he primarily teaches courses on media writing and reporting. Prior to his arrival at UWO, he served on the faculty at Ball State University and also taught courses at the University of Missouri and the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He also previously worked for the Wisconsin State Journal and the Columbia Missourian newspapers.Filak has earned the Distinguished Four-Year Newspaper Adviser award from the College Media Association for his work with the Advance-Titan,... More About Author

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