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Interschool campus print, broadcast journalism training

By Carlito J. Peralta


Goa, Camarines Sur --- The New Partido High School [NPHS] after considering the need to have their own campus paper decided to sponsor an interschool TESDA inspired training workshop on Campus Print and Broadcast Journalism to at least 60 participants including their respective Advisers from 3 Secondary High Schools and 3 Elementary Schools in the Goa District. The training workshop was slated on March 14-16 at NPHS multipurpose hall.


The particular training workshop interventions on News Writing, Headline Writing, Feature Writing, Development Communication, Editorial Writing, Cartooning, Lay outing, Ethical Journalism including the Basic of Broadcasting were discussed. This is to form and hone an assemblage of novice yet skillful student writers’ geared towards producing quality and valuable school and advocacy papers.


DepEd Camarines Sur approved the participation of three Secondary Schools and three Elementary Schools in the District in the aforementioned training workshop namely the New Partido High School, Lip-ac Integrated School, Rosita Narvaez Saavedra National High School, Catagbacan Elementary School, Matacla Elementary School and Bacacay Elementary School.


In the opening program, NPHS School Head Natividad S. Alejendro said that these training interventions demonstrated the advantage of sharing and developing the important writing and broadcasting skills among their student writers that will compose the Editorial Staff of their respective school papers.


Philippine National Library certified book and magazine writer, news correspondent of Bicol Mail and broadcaster Carlito J. Peralta facilitated the 3-day training workshop.


YOUNG JOURNALISTS ON BOARD. The New Partido High School together with the two Secondary High Schools and three Elementary Schools in Goa District sponsored a 3-Day Campus Print and Broadcast Journalism Training Workshop. The training workshop aimed to groom young journalists in writing capabilities and broadcasting skills geared towards making valuable campus advocacy papers.

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