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Read the given paragraph carefully and keeping in mind the qualities of Journalistic Writing, answer the questions given at the end of the paragraph.

The misery of superstorm Sandy’s devastation grew as millions along the US East Coast faced life without power or mass transit for days, and huge swaths of New York City remained eerily quiet. The US death toll climbed to at least 48, many of the victims killed by falling trees, and rescue work continued. The storm that made landfall in New Jersey on Monday evening with hurricane force cut power to more than 8.2 million across the East and put the presidential campaign on hold just one week before Election Day. New York was among the hardest hit, with its financial heart closed for a second day. The storm caused the worst damage in the 108-year history of the city’s subway system
“This was a devastating storm, maybe the worst that we have ever experienced,” Bloomberg- City Mayor, New York said. But the full extent of the damage in New Jersey was being revealed as morning arrived. Emergency crews fanned out to rescue hundreds.
The death toll from Sandy in the US included several killed by falling trees. Airlines canceled more than 15,000 flights. New York City’s three major airports remained closed. Some bridges into the city reopened at midday, but most major tunnels and bridges remained closed, as were schools and Broadway theaters. The storm sent a nearly 14-foot surge of seawater, a record, coursing over Lower Manhattan’s seawalls and highways and into low-lying streets. The water inundated tunnels, subway stations and the electrical system that powers Wall Street and sent hospital patients and tourists scrambling for safety. Skyscrapers swayed and creaked in winds that partially toppled a crane 74 stories above Midtown.

Q1- The basic questions that journalists strive to answer when chasing a news story are “who,” “what,” “where,” when,” “why” and “how.” In the light of this statement, select at least three sentences from the given paragraph that come under any three of these question categories (who, what, where etc.)
Note: Only one sentence for one category. (3 Marks)

Q2- Suggest a headline for this story? (2 Marks)

Q3- Read the above paragraph and outline only TWO striking differences that you find between journalistic writing and creative writing. (2 marks)

Q4- What are the unanswered questions or holes in this news story for an interested reader that need follow-up stories on the same issue? Give only three points. (3 marks)

Q5- How would you tell this news story to a friend? Rephrase it in your own words in not more than FIVE lines in a paragraph. (5 Marks)

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ENG001 1st Assignment solution 2012 Nov.

questions given at the end of the paragraph.

The misery of superstorm Sandy’s devastation grew as millions along the US East Coast faced life without power or mass transit for days, and huge swaths of New York City remained eerily quiet. The US death toll climbed to at least 48, many of the victims killed by falling trees, and rescue work continued. The storm that made landfall in New Jersey on Monday evening with hurricane force cut power to more than 8.2 million across the East and put the presidential campaign on hold just one week before Election Day. New York was among the hardest hit, with its financial heart closed for a second day. The storm caused the worst damage in the 108-year history of the city’s subway system

“This was a devastating storm, maybe the worst that we have ever experienced,” Bloomberg- City Mayor, New York said. But the full extent of the damage in New Jersey was being revealed as morning arrived. Emergency crews fanned out to rescue hundreds.
The death toll from Sandy in the US included several vustudents.ning killed by falling trees. Airlines canceled more than 15,000 flights. New York City’s three major airports remained closed. Some bridges into the city reopened at midday, but most major tunnels and bridges remained closed, as were schools and Broadway theaters. The storm sent a nearly 14-foot surge of seawater, a record, coursing over Lower Manhattan’s seawalls and highways and into low-lying streets. The water inundated tunnels, subway stations and the electrical system that powers Wall Street and sent hospital patients and tourists scrambling for safety. Skyscrapers swayed and creaked in winds that partially toppled a crane 74 stories above Midtown.


Solution: 



Q1- The basic questions that journalists strive to answer when chasing a news story are “who,” “what,” “where,” when,” “why” and “how.” In the light of this statement, select at least three sentences from the given paragraph that come under any three of these question categories (who, what, where etc.)
Note: Only one sentence for one category. (3 Marks)



Q2- Suggest a headline for this story? (2 Marks)

Ans:

Superstorm Sandy cripples East Coast




Q3- Read the above paragraph and outline only TWO striking differences that you find between journalistic writing and creative writing. (2 marks)

Ans:
Creative writing is making up a out of this world story, a journalistic writing is more calm story relax and read!


Q4- What are the unanswered questions or holes in this news story for an interested reader that need follow-up stories on the same issue? Give only three points. (3 marks)



Q5- How would you tell this news story to a friend? Rephrase it in your own words in not more than FIVE lines in a paragraph. (5 Marks)

Solution:  The misery of superstorm Sandy's devastation grew Tuesday as millions along the U.S. East Coast faced life without power or mass transit for days, and huge swaths of New York City remained eerily quiet. The U.S. death toll climbed to at least 48, many of the victims killed by falling trees, and rescue work continued.
The storm that made landfall in New Jersey on vustudents.ning Monday evening with hurricane force cut power to more than 8.2 million across the East and put the presidential campaign on hold just one week before Election Day.
New York was among the hardest hit, with its financial heart closed for a second day. The storm caused the worst damage in the 108-year history of the city's subway system, and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said it could be four or five days before the biggest U.S. transit system was running again.
which had more than 670,000 customers without power in and around New York City.
Just before it made landfall, forecasters stripped Sandy of hurricane status, but the distinction was purely technical, based on its shape and internal temperature. It still packed hurricane-force winds.

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Q4- What are the unanswered questions or holes in this news story for an interested reader that need follow-up stories on the same issue? Give only three points. (3 marks)

Answer: Firstly, for an interesting reader it is necessary to mention that how much loss US faces on one day closing of Wall Street.  

Secondly, to give brief general knowledge to reader, in this story 'Manhattan' is unanswered it should be briefly explained as it is one of the five boroughs of New York city and in lower 'Manhattan' wall street exists which is economic hub of whole US.    

Thirdly, it is required for a reader to explain the problems of victims of Sandy bad problems in rescue operation.

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ENG001 1st Assignment solution 2012 Nov.

questions given at the end of the paragraph.

The misery of superstorm Sandy’s devastation grew as millions along the US East Coast faced life without power or mass transit for days, and huge swaths of New York City remained eerily quiet. The US death toll climbed to at least 48, many of the victims killed by falling trees, and rescue work continued. The storm that made landfall in New Jersey on Monday evening with hurricane force cut power to more than 8.2 million across the East and put the presidential campaign on hold just one week before Election Day. New York was among the hardest hit, with its financial heart closed for a second day. The storm caused the worst damage in the 108-year history of the city’s subway system

“This was a devastating storm, maybe the worst that we have ever experienced,” Bloomberg- City Mayor, New York said. But the full extent of the damage in New Jersey was being revealed as morning arrived. Emergency crews fanned out to rescue hundreds.
The death toll from Sandy in the US included several killed by falling trees. Airlines canceled more than 15,000 flights. New York City’s three major airports remained closed. Some bridges into the city reopened at midday, but most major tunnels and bridges remained closed, as were schools and Broadway theaters. The storm sent a nearly 14-foot surge of seawater, a record, coursing over Lower Manhattan’s seawalls and highways and into low-lying streets. The water inundated tunnels, subway stations and the electrical system that powers Wall Street and sent hospital patients and tourists scrambling for safety. Skyscrapers swayed and creaked in winds that partially toppled a crane 74 stories above Midtown.


Solution: 



Q1- The basic questions that journalists strive to answer when chasing a news story are “who,” “what,” “where,” when,” “why” and “how.” In the light of this statement, select at least three sentences from the given paragraph that come under any three of these question categories (who, what, where etc.)
Note: Only one sentence for one category. (3 Marks)



Q2- Suggest a headline for this story? (2 Marks)

Ans:

Superstorm Sandy cripples East Coast




Q3- Read the above paragraph and outline only TWO striking differences that you find between journalistic writing and creative writing. (2 marks)

Ans:
Creative writing is making up a out of this world story, a journalistic writing is more calm story relax and read!


Q4- What are the unanswered questions or holes in this news story for an interested reader that need follow-up stories on the same issue? Give only three points. (3 marks)



Q5- How would you tell this news story to a friend? Rephrase it in your own words in not more than FIVE lines in a paragraph. (5 Marks)

Solution:  The misery of superstorm Sandy's devastation grew Tuesday as millions along the U.S. East Coast faced life without power or mass transit for days, and huge swaths of New York City remained eerily quiet. The U.S. death toll climbed to at least 48, many of the victims killed by falling trees, and rescue work continued.
The storm that made landfall in New Jersey on Monday evening with hurricane force cut power to more than 8.2 million across the East and put the presidential campaign on hold just one week before Election Day.
New York was among the hardest hit, with its financial heart closed for a second day. The storm caused the worst damage in the 108-year history of the city's subway system, and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said it could be four or five days before the biggest U.S. transit system was running again.
which had more than 670,000 customers without power in and around New York City.
Just before it made landfall, forecasters stripped Sandy of hurricane status, but the distinction was purely technical, based on its shape and internal temperature. It still packed hurricane-force winds.

ENG001 Elementary English Assignment No. 1 Solution Fall 2012

 

Read the given paragraph carefully and keeping in mind the qualities of Journalistic Writing, answer the questions given at the end of the paragraph.

The misery of superstorm Sandy’s devastation grew as millions along the US East Coast faced life without power or mass transit for days, and huge swaths of New York City remained eerily quiet. The US death toll climbed to at least 48, many of the victims killed by falling trees, and rescue work continued. The storm that made landfall in New Jersey on Monday evening with hurricane force cut power to more than 8.2 million across the East and put the presidential campaign on hold just one week before Election Day. New York was among the hardest hit, with its financial heart closed for a second day. The storm caused the worst damage in the 108-year history of the city’s subway system

“This was a devastating storm, maybe the worst that we have ever experienced,” Bloomberg- City Mayor, New York said. But the full extent of the damage in New Jersey was being revealed as morning arrived. Emergency crews fanned out to rescue hundreds.
The death toll from Sandy in the US included several killed by falling trees. Airlines canceled more than 15,000 flights. New York City’s three major airports remained closed. Some bridges into the city reopened at midday, but most major tunnels and bridges remained closed, as were schools and Broadway theaters. The storm sent a nearly 14-foot surge of seawater, a record, coursing over Lower Manhattan’s seawalls and highways and into low-lying streets. The water inundated tunnels, subway stations and the electrical system that powers Wall Street and sent hospital patients and tourists scrambling for safety. Skyscrapers swayed and creaked in winds that partially toppled a crane 74 stories above Midtown.

 

Q1- The basic questions that journalists strive to answer when chasing a news story are “who,” “what,” “where,” when,” “why” and “how.” In the light of this statement, select at least three sentences from the given paragraph that come under any three of these question categories (who, what, where etc.)
Note: Only one sentence for one category. (3 Marks)

What: What damages has the sandy caused.

Where: Where did the Sandy hit in the world.

who: how many flights where cancelled.

(Create questions like this).

Q2- Suggest a headline for this story? (2 Marks)

Click Here

Superstorm Sandy cripples East Coast

Q3- Read the above paragraph and outline only TWO striking differences that you find between journalistic writing and creative writing. (2 marks)

Journalistic writing is a style of writing different from “Formal Office”, “Academic” or “personal” writing. In journalistic writing a person puts the main points in the first sentence of the first paragraph — what will grab a person’s attention.
Creative writing is considered to be any writing, fiction, poetry, or non-fiction that goes outside the bounds of normal professional, journalistic, academic, and technical forms of literature

Q4- What are the unanswered questions or holes in this news story for an interested reader that need follow-up stories on the same issue? Give only three points. (3 marks)

1. when will the sandy losses be recovered.

2. When can the people return to there normal life.

3. What more damages can happen due to sandy.

4. Will the election get postponed due to sandy.

Q5- How would you tell this news story to a friend? Rephrase it in your own words in not more than FIVE lines in a paragraph. (5 Marks)

The misery of superstorm Sandy’s devastation grew Tuesday as millions along the U.S. East Coast faced life without power or mass transit for days, and huge swaths of New York City remained eerily quiet. The U.S. death toll climbed to at least 48, many of the victims killed by falling trees, and rescue work continued.
The storm that made landfall in New Jersey on vustudents.ning Monday evening with hurricane force cut power to more than 8.2 million across the East and put the presidential campaign on hold just one week before Election Day.
New York was among the hardest hit, with its financial heart closed for a second day. The storm caused the worst damage in the 108-year history of the city’s subway system, and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said it could be four or five days before the biggest U.S. transit system was running again.
which had more than 670,000 customers without power in and around New York City.
Just before it made landfall, forecasters stripped Sandy of hurricane status, but the distinction was purely technical, based on its shape and internal temperature. It still packed hurricane-force winds

 

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