To administer suitable penance to sinners, the 21st canon of the Fourth Lateran Council (1215) enjoined confessors to investigate both sins and the circumstances of the sins. – as a method of Bible study in the 1880s, though he did not claim originality. " is a plan of study of alliterative methods for the teacher emphasized by Professor W. Wilkinson not as original with himself but as of venerable authority. " Hereby attention is called, in the study of any lesson: to the date of its incidents; to their place or locality; to the person speaking or spoken to, or to the persons introduced, in the narrative; to the incidents or statements of the text; and, finally, to the applications and uses of the lesson teachings.
The question form was popular for guiding confessors, and it appeared in several different forms: In the 19th century U. William Cleaver Wilkinson popularized the "Three Ws" – What? This became the "Five Ws", though the application was rather different from that in journalism: "What? "It is, in fact," he says, "an almost immemorial orator's analysis. The old-fashioned lead of the five Ws and the H, crystallized largely by Pulitzer's "new journalism" and sanctified by the schools, is widely giving way to the much more supple and interesting feature lead, even on straight news stories.
Yes, it may not be easy peasy but who isn’t up for a challenge.
Keeping track of what is going around in the world comes to naturally to them.Journalism is a profession that stands out among others because of the eclectic variety of skills it requires of a person. But here are some reasons why you should take up the challenge: Stemming from their passion to explore the world, journalists love to discover places and travel to destinations where no one usually goes.They are always looking for new experiences (also potential “news stories”) and never get tired of unfolding opportunities.Recently, while I was talking with one of my best friends, we both discovered something: We’re difficult to date.This is not because we’re not nice or because we “play the game.” We’re difficult to date because we’re journalists.