News reaction

From one of the three major newspapers in the United States: the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and/or the New York limes. Each week (This week is from Oct.22 to Oct.27, please use the news only published during Oct.22,2018 to Oct.27,2018 ), you can submit to me a summary of seven (7) of the week’s top news articles in the following manner 1. The story you felt was the most important, biggest, or the consequential story of the week, from one of the following sections: national, international, or business 2. One or two stories (not previously used) in the business section of the paper that you felt were the most important, biggest, or the consequential story of week 3. One or two stories (not previously used) in the national (foreign) section of the paper that you felt were the most important, biggest, or the consequential story of the week a. Note: You need three stories total from business and national. You can select which section you want the second story from. 4. One story (not previously used) in the international (foreign) section of the paper that you felt was the most important, biggest, or the consequential story. One story (not previously used) in the opinion/editorial section of the paper that you felt was the most important, biggest, or the consequential story of the week. Note: this is not to be from the letter to the editor section but from the Editorial Board, guest columnist, or others writing op-ed pieces in the paper. 6. One story, regardless of topic or section (not previously used), that you would like someone else to be informed about. This can be an event or story that you didn’t have room for above or it could be from the arts, sports, or science section of the paper. It could also be from any section that you felt a personal or academic connection to that you did not previously discuss. There will be a template provided as the attachment for you to submit the response. For each story above I expect the following: – Provide the title, author, date, and source (NYT, WaPo, or WSJ only) • Provide the link if read digitally • 4 —5 sentences summarizing the article in good academic form (free from typos, grammatical errors). This should be thorough enough to where I know you read the article and contain the main points. The summary should be pointed and concise and be in your own words. • In 1-2 sentences provide something from the article that you learned that you did not know before reading the article • Provide one follow-up question you would like to ask the author of the article or generally ask about the article • Provide a reaction to the article. This is not a summary. This can be a reaction to what you thought about the article, why you found this particular piece interesting, or what you think about the news described in the article. This is your chance to “editorialize and give your opinion on the article itself.

 

 

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