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1–Clinging to the classroom novel
2–The “Don’t-read-ahead” directive
3–Telling kids what they can’t read
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4–Not reading in class daily
Readers read daily; it’s this simple.
5–Assigning worksheets and book reports
6–Not celebrating the joy of reading
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Contrary to the contrived ignorance of media reporters, the future of the daily newspaper is one of the few certainties in the current landscape: Most of them are going away, in this decade.
rom the advertiser’s point of view, the nation’s newspapers have become little more than a blue-bag delivery service, with a horoscope and enough local sports inside to get people to open the bag.
first, get good at understanding and presenting data. Second, understand how social media can work as a newsroom tool. Third, get whatever newsroom experience you can working in teams, and in launching new things.
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The death of newspapers is sad, but the threatened loss of journalistic talent is catastrophic. If that’s you, it’s time to learn something outside the production routine of your current job.
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