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ペンシルベニア大学(University of Pennsylvania) による English for Journalism の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック

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783件のレビュー

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Welcome to English for Journalism, a course created by the University of Pennsylvania, and funded by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Office of English Language Programs. To enroll in this course for free, click on “Enroll now” and then select "Full Course. No certificate." This course is designed for non-native English speakers who are interested in developing the skills needed for a career in modern journalism. In this course, you will explore print and digital media through authentic readings and video lectures, while expanding your vocabulary and increasing your ability to read, research, and develop local and global news stories. Unit 1 will provide an introduction to the history and principles of journalism. In unit 2, you will learn how to research, pitch, and interview. The next unit in the course will focus on the language needed to write newspaper and magazine articles, while unit 4 will cover the basics of broadcasting the news. In the final unit of the course, you will analyze the growth, impact, and challenges of digital news, while completing a reflection assignment that allows you to think about and discuss the recent changes to the field of journalism. Unless otherwise noted, all course materials are available for re-use, repurposing and free distribution under a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution license. Supplemental reading materials were provided by Newsela, which publishes daily news articles at a level that's just right for each English language learner....

人気のレビュー

CS

2020年7月12日

I'm grateful for this course because I've gained different essential skills especially about journalism. Thank you Coursera and University of Pennsylvania for this great and unforgettable opportunity.

MA

2020年2月18日

I have found this course quite informative about the knowhow of journalism. Now I've come to know the principles of journalism and what are the skills needed for writing or broadcasting news stories.

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English for Journalism: 651 - 675 / 770 レビュー

by Eduardo M

2019年8月13日

Great!

by Helder Q

2018年2月14日

Great!

by Marjuli M H

2017年9月3日

Great!

by Sãmäh W J

2017年8月13日

V good

by Crismariu O

2017年3月20日

Great!

by DESIREE C

2022年5月2日

Nice!

by �HEMANTH� S C U

2022年4月22日

Avery

by Amir A A A

2022年2月10日

Good!

by HUỲNH T L

2021年9月21日

great

by Paul B P

2020年8月26日

NICE!

by farzeenhaider

2020年5月20日

great

by Shamil b a

2018年7月10日

great

by anjicheng

2017年8月31日

great

by William, J R R

2016年9月26日

Great

by Jamila J

2021年11月23日

IIII

by Jiachen D

2021年8月9日

good

by Rahul S H

2021年3月23日

good

by Sarangoo

2019年12月11日

good

by nogoondari

2019年10月28日

nice

by Khongorzul

2019年9月9日

good

by Daniil

2018年10月9日

well

by 이정무

2019年9月20日

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by muhammad a a

2017年5月3日

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by Abou S L

2016年9月27日

5

by Adi R

2020年9月29日

The course was great and I learned many valuable things. Its layout is easy to understand and the instructors never leave a thing unexplained. They are encouraging and know how to define terms and words that the students may not know.

Yet having every word explained to me is tiring - and I am not only talking about new terms that relate to journalism; no, simple words that are commonly known or easy to find the meanings of through any dictionary. I didn't come here to expand my vocabulary. I think it unnecessary, except, of course, when it is truly a term specific for journalism and uncommon in everyday language.

The way the instructors talked bothered me as well, the slow speed and use of short and simple words don't fit a MOOC of such a university. It could have been done better, in my opinion.