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Duration
Less than 30 minutes
Topic(s)
  • Journalism
  • Media Ethics
Grade(s)
  • 6-12

  1. Distribute the worksheets. Have each student or small group select three terms from the worksheet to research. They should find out what these terms mean in relation to photojournalism.
  2. Students should then create their own definitions for the three terms.
  3. Have students find examples of these terms (photographs that illustrate the term or the different standards and codes) in newspapers, magazines or on Internet news sites.
  4. Have each student or small group share their definitions and examples.

 

  • Photojournalism Vocabulary worksheet (download), one per student or small group
  • Newspapers, magazines or access to online news websites

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