AboutThis is a blog about beginning journalism that my teachers are making me do. :)
In my opinion the Inverted Pyramid is the best style of writing. Because it gets right to the point which gets you the news faster. And when you’re writing it, you can cut off at any point because people only want the most important information, which is located at the top of the pyramid and the least important at the bottom.
It’s fast and easy to write and read. And many people would rather read stories in sections than a very long paragraph. Many people like to get information fast, especially when it’s breaking news.
In the case Pyle v. South Hadley School Commitee Senior Jeffrey Pyle wore a t-shirt to school, that was a gift from his mother, that said “Co-Ed Naked - Do It To The Rhythm.” The administrative did not approve of the shirt; Pyle was kicked out of school. He decided to to make more shirts that the administrative would not approve. He took the administrative to court and the judge ruled in favor of him. He could wear the shirts as long as the shirts don’t disrupt the educational process.
This court case effects students because we can wear what they want to school as long as it is not disruptive.
Are blogs good or bad? They can be good for keeping people updated on personal things. For example; family and friends. You can post pictures, stories, or other information to keep people updated on your life.
Blogs can also be bad because the posts are people’s opinion. So not all the information you are reading is true. And there is no absolute way of telling what is true, and what is false. Also, you can’t stop people from looking at your blogs. So you don’t know who is looking at your posts. Blogs are not a reliable source for writing papers for school or work.