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Dear Journalism,

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It is almost the end of the 2016 through 2017 school year! John Muir has the only jounalism class in the district and this is the last class John Muir will have. In this class, the students learn to write articles for The Falcon Flyer, or the schools press. “The student news site of John Muir Middle School” is a great way for the students practice typing work that will eventually be published. SNO is the site that the articles are written on. Also, the articles are edited by the students so the flyer is made up of articles created almost fully by kids. The students are each assigned a category at the end of the semester to write about. The categories are News, Sports, A&E, Student life, and Staff. Each student must create at least one article per week about something in their catigory.

         

I was assigned to write about Staff this semester, which means interviewing the staff members here at John Muir about their life, thoughts, and their teaching expirence. Once, I had interviewed a P.E. teacher who was on the volleyball team in two junior Olympics. Another time, it was tolerance week at John Muir.  I decided to interviewed an Autism teacher because I guessed that she would know a lot on students not being accepted. I also wanted to know what tolerance meant to her. Some times Mr. Knight assigns us themes to write about in our catigories. One week, he told us to write about President Trump´s first one hundred days. I interviewed several teachers on their thoughts on Trumps first one hundred days in office.

There were definitely some struggles such as finding someone who had time for an interview, making an article before the deadline, and getting sore fingers from typing. But these things were only minor problems and I still think that this class was a very good experience. I’ve made good friends in this class and I have found myself looking forward to comming to journalism. I hope that someday I will get to do something similar to this again because I think the journalism class at John Muir was amazing. I’m very glad I took this class. I hope that this is not a forever goodbye to journalism.

Sincerely,

Mika

 

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