• Itinerary
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Critical Analysis

Our Journalism class helps students to navigate their way through political, technological, and environmental change

Our world is experiencing a period of unprecedented change.  Our Journalism class helps students to navigate their way through political, technological, and environmental change, and teach students how to be a professional voice.

Through hands-on and engaging lessons, students will learn that Journalism involves thorough investigation, working with credible sources, and providing balanced analysis.

Learn how to speak with confidence

The class will cover:

  • Practical communication skills (both written and verbal)
  • Solid research and analytical skills
  • Build confidence in presenting new ideas
  • Cover different forms of media (blogging, news writing, interviewing, podcasting)
  • Look at topics such as sports vs lifestyle journalism
  • Discuss journalism ethics and standards
  • Explore “Fake News”
  • Have fun working with friends from all over the world with a range of different perspectives and varied cultural backgrounds
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Our outcomes for this class are:

  • Develop critical thinking, analytical and problem solving skills
  • Improve verbal, written communication and research skills
  • The ability to interpret and apply complex information
  • Start thinking about future academic and career options

At ISSFT, all of our summer classes are designed to prepare students for the future.

We apply “critical thinking” techniques to all of our academic classes in order to enhance our students learning.  Critical thinking is an important skill, not just for writing essays, but also for preparing for university/job interviews, as well as future life decisions.  As media becomes an ever greater part of our daily life, the ability to disseminate, process and analyse information is an increasingly important skill.

Critical thinking helps us to:

  • Understand the links between ideas.
  • Determine the relevance of arguments and ideas.
  • Recognise, build and appraise arguments.
  • Identify inconsistencies in reasoning.
  • Approach problems in a consistent and systematic way.
  • Reflect on the justification of our own assumptions, beliefs and values