It would also be inappropriate to reveal too much information about the manufacture of drugs, in case anyone decided to copy the process. Students take this quiz: It served the British foreign policy by broadcasting propaganda in its affiliation stations that were established to broadcast to Easter Europe that was dominated by the Soviet Union.
Teachers who still wish to use it can access it here. If you take your own photographs, YOU own them and you can give yourself permission to use them. What sounds would help their audience understand what is going on - eg: Keeping news safe and legal Answers: The British intelligence in the past has used BBC reporters as spies or conduits of information.
Essential information for teachers about media law 6 C Remember who your audience are. If so, make a list.
Checking a script Ask students: These are known as the three Cs of journalism. Through concentration on particular foreign stories, it galvanizes the public attention and concern and the government has no alternative but to implement what the public wants in its foreign policy.
The BBC is such an important institution to British foreign policy that employees are vetted by M15, which is charged with gathering security intelligence within Britain.
Copying what someone who WAS in court has written is a safer option than writing about the court case in your own words, but what if the journalist you are copying has got it wrong.
Radio - Think about using many more describing words so students can paint a picture for the people who are listening. In this case, "According to" is an extremely useful phrase, for example: The BBC opinion shaping abilities has proved invaluable in foreign policy.
Issues that can impact negatively on British foreign policy are discussed before decisions are made. For example, the law says you cannot name the patient. After the invasion, the threat turned out to be less than what the public had been led to believe. This resulted in heavy criticism from the Hutton inquiry that was denied by the BBC.
It is a fact that the British government pays close attention to BBC news, especially foreign broadcast. Would you feel comfortable reporting it?
This was meant to contrast with democracy and high standard of living that supposedly existed in the West.
Limit students to a script of seconds or less. Finally, BBC influence on foreign policy derives from its impact on the psyche of the public.BBC newsreader Huw Edwards explains the 3 C's of news writing: being clear, concise and correct.
Writing scripts and news stories also means understanding that you need to get straight to the point. Print a news story from the BBC News or CBBC Newsround websites using the Printable version function at the top of the page. Cut up the story into sections, two or three paragraphs in each section, or individual sentences if you wish to.
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking. National 5 English Writing learning resources for. British foreign policy relies heavily on the BBC. Diversification of ownership will not ensure diversity of news, views, and programming.
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