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I am a young inspiring journalist and driven to get known for good purposes and reliable sources. I give articles and news feed for you, the people, my audience. I also speak out for any inspired, young journalist like me to be informed of any advice or tips from any articles or just be informed of the news thriving in the world. Enjoy!
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It's real: Attack of the giant African land snails in Florida

It's real: Attack of the giant African land snails in Florida | Wonderful Words: A Journey To Journalism. | Scoop.it
Florida, already threatened with sinkholes, now has a new terror: rat-sized, tire-puncturing snails.

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Woah! That is insane! Give me your idea on what you would do if this were in your town...

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Grouping Students by Ability Regains Favor With Educators

Grouping Students by Ability Regains Favor With Educators | Wonderful Words: A Journey To Journalism. | Scoop.it
Placing students in clusters according to ability, a tactic once rejected over concerns that it fostered inequality, has re-emerged in classrooms all over the country.

Via Rabbi David Etengoff
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I personally believe that it doesnt not matter where or how students are 'grouped'. However, give your view on this. Will it improve future education for children? What exactly is the 'grouping' targeting in its plan? Will there be any discrimination against clustering students with lower or higher managed students?

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How Much Do You ‘Zone Out’ while Reading?

How Much Do You ‘Zone Out’ while Reading? | Wonderful Words: A Journey To Journalism. | Scoop.it

Zoning out from reading about 13% of the time is considered great compared to an average of 50% for everyday life.

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What Makes a Book a Book?

What Makes a Book a Book? | Wonderful Words: A Journey To Journalism. | Scoop.it

In our madcap rush to digitize the book we’ve been all too willing to attempt both to recreate the physical book experience in the digital realm and to just as quickly discard any feature of physical books that proved too challenging to duplicate online. Part of the problem was inherent in the original E Ink-enabled Kindle. Amazon managed to create a lowest common denominator digital publishing standard. Having done so there’s a real inertia around improved book-like features. Both EPUB 3 and Amazon’s Kindle KF 8 define a robust set of features. And so far the support for these file formats is spotty at best (the BISG [Book Industry Study Group] offers a very useful grid which notes the details of advanced formatting on digital platforms).


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Great story!

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Multiple victims as gunman opens fire near Santa Monica College, school on lockdown

Multiple victims as gunman opens fire near Santa Monica College, school on lockdown | Wonderful Words: A Journey To Journalism. | Scoop.it
RT News At least three people have been wounded in a shooting in the Santa Monica College area, California. The school is on lockdown and students are advised to stay away from the campus. A “fully...

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This man was supposed to suffer from 'mental illness'. What is your insight on this? I would be interesting in hearing what the people have to say about this and do you believe that this is an act promoted by the shooting elsewhere in the world? 

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Best social media tools for journalists

Best social media tools for journalists | Wonderful Words: A Journey To Journalism. | Scoop.it

Here's a crowdsourced list of sites and tools that journalists are using in their work. The links point to articles that explain how journalists use these tools.

 

(Published Feb. 16, 2012.)


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Charlie Lares Rocha's insight:

Print Journalism is a dying art. Sadly, I push foward to see newspapers and print disappear into the past. Online is new, its trend, its now!

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Pepa Badell Serra's comment, September 9, 2013 1:46 AM
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