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When building bridges between science and society, academic language does not suffice. In the writing clinic that was designed for the Honours College FSW, you will learn to present complicated content in journalistic genres aimed at a wider audience.
In this clinic, you will select topics that are related to your theme. You will explore a variety of journalistic genres by writing an opinion article, an online news item, an interview and a background story. You are offered the possibility to develop your interviewing skills and contribute to editing your peers’ background stories.
The writing clinic adds a number of important skills to your competencies as Honours student: observing carefully and listen critically, choosing an interesting and creative angle for your story, telling a story in a clear and compelling way – keeping in mind the perspective of your audience. You also train in providing systematic feedback on your peers’ writing products.
After successfully completing this clinic you are able to:
Formulate a well-founded opinion in an accessible way
Recognise the news value of scientific research and present it to a wider audience
Edit your peers’ writing products
Study load for 5 EC (140 hours):
7 classes of 2,5 hours
5 assignments (opinion article, web news item, vlog, interview and background story), including preparation
Opinion piece and article count once, the heaver assignments of the interview and background article count twice. On the basis of these assignment, your particiaption in the course will be assessed as insufficient, good or excellent.
|11-3-2020||19:00-21:30||P. de la Courtgebouw|
|18-3-2020||19:00-21:30||P. de la Courtgebouw|
|1-4-2020||19:00-21:30||P. de la Courtgebouw|
|15-4-2020||19:00-21:30||P. de la Courtgebouw|
|29-4-2020||19:00-21:30||P. de la Courtgebouw|
|13-5-2020||19:00-21:30||P. de la Courtgebouw|
|27-5-2020||19:00-21:30||P. de la Courtgebouw|
Registration via uSis, activity code 12349 (English spoken) or 12328 (Dutch spoken).