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CHAPTER 1 01/23/2014
REVIEW
Convergence – review
Digital Presentation – video, audio, images
CANNOT add facts to a story that already exists, even to lengthen or shorten the story
DO NOT SUSPECT ANYTHING
Difference between accuracy and truth
Story never told in a day – follow up on a story to get facts accurate
Subject-Verb-Object
Every sentence (usually in that order)
The hawk soars.
Hawk-subject
Soars- verb
The windows weep
Subject-windows
The suspect’s daughter is a wrestler.
Daughter- subject
Suspect’s- adjective (use sparingly)
Verb- is
Object- wrestler
The children are tired
Are- verb
Children- subject
The batter hit the ball
Police confiscated the stolen phone

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