Naieema Miah 12A6
7. LOOKING BACK AT YOUR PRELIMINARY TASK
(THE CONTINUITY EDITING TASK) WHAT DO YOU
FEEL YOU HAVE LEARNT...
At first the preliminary task seemed very difficult but once I
started I learnt many things. Firstly, I learnt, when intro...
Secondly, I learnt that when I am reading my news story I should speak at
the right pace. For example, there has to be a d...
In addition, I learnt that at the beginning of the newscast when me and
my group start talking, it will be the most import...
I also learnt that when reciting the news story I should speak in a way that
it will sound clear and not boring. If the ne...
of 5

Naieema Miah

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Education      Entertainment & Humor      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - Naieema Miah

  • 1. Naieema Miah 12A6 7. LOOKING BACK AT YOUR PRELIMINARY TASK (THE CONTINUITY EDITING TASK) WHAT DO YOU FEEL YOU HAVE LEARNT IN PROGRESSION FROM IT TO FULL PRODUCT?
  • 2. At first the preliminary task seemed very difficult but once I started I learnt many things. Firstly, I learnt, when introducing the news story I will be talking about in the beginning I have to make sure as a group it’s not too long and doesn’t sound like a list of news. To get the audience to get hooked to the news cast there should be uses of different types of stories because if we choose to write about one type the listeners will lose interest. The news should be balanced; there should be a variety of news not just soft news or just hard news but both. When saying our story it should be ranked in order such as it will show importance to the listeners why the stories have been said in this specific order.
  • 3. Secondly, I learnt that when I am reading my news story I should speak at the right pace. For example, there has to be a decision as a group of how long or short the story should be and how much information will be given out depending on what the story is about. In my preliminary task the story which I have spoken about was a soft news. It was chosen to be at the end because once the listeners listen to the hard news they can relax with the soft news. The new stories are ordered in a way it will grab the listeners attention the whole way through.
  • 4. In addition, I learnt that at the beginning of the newscast when me and my group start talking, it will be the most important part because it will consider whether the listeners will stay tuned or not listen to the newscast. The lead sentence should be interesting and should grab the listeners attention as this will also suggest if the listeners will carry on listening to the newscast or not. If the listeners find the lead sentence boring they will not bother listening to the newscast and do something else worthwhile. So the lines that I considered was whether the audience will be bored? How will they react to the news? Will the carry on listening?
  • 5. I also learnt that when reciting the news story I should speak in a way that it will sound clear and not boring. If the news story is about celebrity gossips I should speak in a jolly tone and if the news story is a hard news I should speak in a mysterious tone.

Related Documents