There are different types of articles that are written in different ways.
If it is a hard news story, like a current local or global event, the first step is to do some research. Put as much relevant information in the article as possible. Remember to answer the 5W's: Who, What, When, Where, and Why.
If it is an interview, think of relevant questions before you interview the person. For example, if you are interviewing a teacher who is going to retire, you might ask: "How long have you been teaching?" or "Why did you decide to retire?" If you are interviewing in person, take notes or ask if you can tape record the interview so you can remember it when you begin to write.
If it is an editorial, or another article that requires you to take a personal stance, decide what your stance is going to be, and then think of a few good reasons why. For example, you could say "I don't think that our school should have uniforms because we use clothes as a means of self expression and many students in our school could not afford to buy uniforms in this economic situation." (Run on) Then find support for your reasons, and spend the rest of your word count explaining the supports. Try to find statistics or other outside sources. For example, in the example above, I could quote a student who expresses herself with her clothing and find a newspaper article that explains how the economic situation has influenced people in my area.
In any newspaper article, there are a few essential things to remember. First of all, remember to edit your work. Read it out loud to make sure you haven't made any confusing mistakes. Second, make sure your article is in on time. As an editor on my schools newspaper, I find it harder to my deadlines when writers turn articles in late.
Newspaper articles should follow a "pyramid effect." The truth is, many people will NOT read an article all the way through. They just want the main information. You should arrange your article with the most important facts at the top, summarizing the main point of the article. Work your way down as you go. Your next paragraph should have info that is still important, but not vital. And so on...
MAKE SURE ALL OF THE INFORMATION IS FACT FROM A CREDIBLE SOURCE. IF IT IS NOT, YOU WILL LOSE YOUR CREDIBILITY AS A JOURNALIST.
It is said that a little girl fell from the West hallway and got hurt so bad, she died. When investigating, the police found no evidence of a girl tripping. (maybe she was pushed) Rumor has it that the ghost of the little girl haunts the school in a white dress.
Cheerleaders do stunts because they want to show the judges something awesome. There are always fun and new stunts that have never been invented.
The back of the free throw line is 15 feet from the backboard and 13 feet 9 inches from the center of the goal.
According to Law 3 (IFAB's Laws of the Game), a team may nominate between 3 and 7 substitutes to sit on the bench. During the game, each team may use up to 3 substitutions.
These numbers are standard, but could vary under certain circumstances (amateur, youth, and master's leagues as well as certain scrimmages, exhibitions, and unofficial games).
The same stunts that are legal for high schools are legal for middle school. General rules includ: no more than two persons high, basket tosses allowed only on mats, grass, or rubberized tracks, no backward inversions, forward inversions must remain in motion and the flyer must remain in contact with either two bases or two posts. For more rules you can visit the AACCA website. Competitions however have varying rules for each level, so if you are competing you should check the rules for each individual competition.
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Middle school football teams should play one game a week. Two if necessary.
If playing two games a week, the days should probably be Tuesday and Thursday or Tuesday and Friday.
I believe that it should be one game a week. That way you will have enough time to improve before you go into another game.
No more than 50...........but it really depends on the team
A junior high football game usually last around 48 minutes.
You help with the scoring and stats. You have to make sure everything is there when there is a game (such as volleyballs, med. kit etc.).
In the NBA it's around 23 ft., in the NCAA it's around 20 ft.
That depends on your track, but MOST school tracks are 1/4 mile, or 440 yards.
Michael Phelps went to the University of Michigan, studying sports marketing and management.
He wasn't allowed on the school team because of his professional status, but he helped out.
He went to Linton Middle School.
That depends what school you are going to and if your school has a gym.
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Good question. Generally speaking you have two different levels of baseball being play during Middle Schools. Most kids are playing Major Little League up until the age of 13. Which is generally up till the 6th grade. Once the kids are over 13 or the 7th grade they then play Junior Baseball. While a child is in the Majors the mound is 46 feet from home plate. Once they move up to the next level then the mound is 60 ft 6 in from home plate. Charles
The distance of a three-point line is measured from the centre of the basket. For any high school or middle school gymnasium, the distance is 19.75 feet.
We live in Northern Delaware and the middle school teams, including parochial and private schools follow the rules for High School. These rule allow a drop of -3 on any non-wooden bat. So my answer is to check with your middle school and see what rules they follow.
Tiger Woods attended college at Stanford University. It was here that he was named an All-American on a golf scholarship.
7 on 7 drills include the 7 offensive players against 7 defensive players.
There are no linemen in these drills.
The positions included are as follows:
The center sometimes is on the field too to practice snap exchanges with the QB
defense matches whatever the offense puts on the field so:
Corner backs to match the WRs
Linebackers to match the RBs, TEs and FB
At my school in 8th grade athletics the average is 1:24.
Our best time was 1:07.
Our worst was 1:59.
Great times are in between 1:07-1:14
Good times are between 1:15-1:24
Ok times 1:25-1:32
Everything else is considered “Bad”