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You are a reporter for a Washington, D.C., paper. It’s Aug. 28, 2013. Your editor sends you to the Mall to cover Jimmy Carter’s speech at the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream Speech.” That’s all of the information she gives you. Before you go, you need to research background info on what this event is and who’s involved. At the speech, you take notes on Carter’s words as well as audience response and general observations about the weather, the crowd, etc. Back at your office, you write a 200-250-word news story on the speech for tomorrow’s paper, in AP style with headline, byline & end mark.
OK, back to 2016 now. The speech video ishere (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. (Or pastehttp://youtu.be/UM4pYu2X6-c (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.into your browser). Watch for crowd reactions. When you’re writing the story, use your notes, the speech transcript and your knowledge of the civil rights struggle from “The Race Beat.”
There are a file that is Notes about speech story. You need read it carefully