Archive for February, 2011

documentary diary entry 18/2/11

Posted in Uncategorized on February 18, 2011 by Michael Buck

today we did more filming in and around tuffnell park mainly at lunch and duriing sixth form free lesson many people didnt mind being on camera but many did so we had to film them from behind. we also found out that girls arent as willing to be interviewed as boys and police arent either they always turned us down. we also filmed a shpo keeper who we know has had a personal experince with youth crime and works within the acland burghley tufnell area she said she has never had problems other than with younger kids after skl.

statement of leading learning mentor andcounsiling at acland burghly

Posted in Uncategorized on February 17, 2011 by Michael Buck

i think there is no difference between the youth of today and and the youth of 30 years ago when i started working with young people. the media has a big part to play on the negative stereotype otherwise from my point i see the whole person. i have 4 children, they all had education, one had troubled youth due to maritail problems with me and husband. they need to open more youth clubs they shut to much. no direction, no body after school people look to do things and unless perants are well off there isnt alot to do. you could be just a group of people and not a gang i am tired of people assioating groups off people with gangs. there is peer preasure doing cause they know they can get, eay to come across. teen sex is much more advertised now than it was before all these programs. teenagers react more to authoriirty and feel that if a person of authority says dont do this they imidiatly go and do the oppositw push boundaries and police need be more aware of the development of a teenage brain. thanks rose wade

diary 17/02/2011

Posted in Uncategorized on February 17, 2011 by Michael Buck

today we began filming our documentary and as we found people arent as willinmg to talk to poeple especailly when there is a camera present. we asked people to answer question and were fully up for it but when we saidd it was going to be filmed they said no. we did get some statements from people such as the head of counsiling at acland burghley and one person “no name” we did eventually find 2 people who would be prepared to answer questions on camera 1 boy and 1 girl. we did keep looking around the local area and no one was up for it.

background

Posted in Uncategorized on February 17, 2011 by Michael Buck

we will get facts and figures from actual people such as the police and doctors if they do not want to be filmed will ask them to write a statment and we will read this to the camera. same with others we will get facts and figures from internet and possibly proffesionals. we will include alot of facts both good nd bad.

content

Posted in Uncategorized on February 17, 2011 by Michael Buck

the content within our documentary will be interviews of people that are around youths and see them in a day to day basis. we will include footage of past teens and how teens have changed throughout time. and interviews off the teen of today

audience

Posted in Uncategorized on February 17, 2011 by Michael Buck

our audience is 15+ this is because our documentary may contain strong language. scenes of violence.

youths use this page alot for music and we feel that this type of music will reach out to the target audience

MISS POOLE WOERK ASSIGNMENT 2

Posted in Uncategorized on February 17, 2011 by Michael Buck

three possible routes within journalism is an actual journalist,