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Lesson Plans

Photo lesson (journalism??)

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Fri, 27 Nov 1998 17:29:53 -0500

Hi Guys,
I have been meaning to post this since Sunday. I have an idea to
follow after...

Justice? Blind?
Uh, never mind
The Assoc. Press
Denver- A court clerk immediately called 911 after receiving a note
from Denver County Judge Claudia Jordan on Friday that said; "Blind
on right side. May be falling. Please call someone."
Informed that the paramedics were on the way, Judge Jordan set out
a cry of dismay and pointed to the sagging Venetian blinds on the
right side of the courtroom. "I didn't want anyone to get hurt. I
wanted someone from maintenance," Judge Jordan said.
When paramedics entered the courtroom, Judge Jordan interrupted a
drunken driver case she was presiding over to say she was okay and
to thank people for their concern.

Lesson Criteria: To photograph a composition which will accommodate
an existing article or one which is written by the student.
Option- Photograph a composition and then write an article to go
with it.

I will let you finish the rest of the lesson, but above is a
criteria or if you have a better one feel free. I think I would want
them to use B/W film as that is the one which translates over time
or is Timeless. Also it is that which is used in publishing. Set
guidelines, criteria/objective etc.

Happy Thanksgiving,
Sandra Barrick