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Zoo Shoots and Kills. Tips on how to make a video news report. Do you want to make a TV news report but have no idea where to start?

Tips on how to make a video news report

Watch this video to see how a group of students, with help from the BBC's Sophie Long, go about it and read the advice below. <img name="holdingImage" class="holding" src=" alt="Sophie Long with School Reporters" /><div class="warning"><p><strong>Please turn on JavaScript. </strong> Media requires JavaScript to play. </p></p></div> How to make a video news report What's the story? Before starting any news report, the most important point to remember is: Keep it simple. Planning As with any story, you must plan how you want to start your report and how you want to end it. When planning your report, you will need to consider the five Ws. What - What is the story? Why - Why is the story important to your audience?

Who - Who is involved? Where - Where is the story happening, and where is the best place to film? When - Has the story already happened, or is it about to happen? Filming Equipment. The Local - Sweden's News in English. Breaking News English ESL Lesson Plans - Listening.

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Playing on it are images of recycling trash being picked up by truck and sorted and processed in plants.TANYA HA, REPORTERRight now, you are watching trashy television and I mean that in the nicest possible way. But the way we sort the stuff we want from the stuff we don't all boils down to some beautiful simple physics in action, starting with size and weight.Rubbish passes over a vibrating conveyer belt, some of it falling off.TANYA HAThis incline of vibrating, spinning rubber discs acts like a giant sieve. The lightweight paper and cardboard moves up, heavier, more compact bottles and cans move down.Tanya Ha lowers a textbook. She stands before a white board with algebraic expressions written over it.TANYA HAIf you were paying attention in high school physics you'll know that some metals and their alloys, like iron and steel, are innately magnetic.

The Learning Network - The Learning Network Blog. Sweden elections: How do they work? National, regional, and local elections are taking place in Sweden on September 14th.

Sweden elections: How do they work?

Whether you're a first-time voter or a fresh armchair observer, The Local's beginners' guide will answer the key questions you were too afraid to ask. Why is Sweden holding elections now? There are elections in Sweden every four years. There are 349 seats up for grabs in the national parliament (Riksdag) and registered voters will also choose the next politicians to make up 21 county councils and 290 municipal assemblies. - Radio Sweden 14 oktober 2014 kl 15:00 - Radio Sweden. BBC Radio 4 - Woman's Hour, Sweden: Are Women Living the Dream? Stockholm's shocking take on Halloween. American Bill Schacht missed the spooky outfits, family feasts and charity events he associated with Halloween when he moved to Sweden.

Stockholm's shocking take on Halloween

So he did something about it. The Local meets the founder of the capital's annual Shockholm parade. Halloween is a relatively young tradition in Sweden, with few people celebrating it until the 1990s. But the festival is gradually becoming an annual event here as Swedes slowly embrace scary costumes, cobweb decorations and group get-togethers. "The potential for Halloween to grow in Sweden is huge but you can't compare it to how it's celebrated elsewhere just yet," American Bill Schacht tells The Local. Originally from New York, Schacht is a huge Halloween enthusiast who has experienced his home city's annual Village Halloween Parade many times over.

Missing the autumn party atmosphere, Schacht started Shockholm in 2011 – the first Halloween parade around the Swedish capital, with residents invited to dress up and join the procession. Words by Mimmi Nilsson. Breaking News English - Simple English News - Level 1. Learn to live like a Swede. CNN Student News.