They are much more comfortable with it.
Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. Please bear in mind that I don't know what a freshman is but I think you're right about little kids and politics, in fact make that big kids too, and most adults!
How about the following - you will probably need to interview kids from various age groups to give a "rounded" perspective and make a good feature, but you can write from your own point of view if you want: The pros and cons of going vegetarian; what is the first thing you would do if you were made school principal; is there too much sport played at school, or not enough - or, the role of sport in society if you want to be more general; what is your family, your town or your school doing to help the fight against global warming?
Even young kids can understand the basics of climate change. Or if you believe that climate change is a beat-up Aussie for garbage! You could also write a book or film review, as long as it's something all ages are likely to have read or watched, like Harry Potter, Shrek or Narnia.
Good luck and hope that helped. If you need hints on writing the story itself, shoot me an email.Barbara Walters' 10 Most Fascinating People was a televised compilation of ten public figures who are prominent names in the fields of entertainment, sports, politics, and popular culture. Hosted by Barbara Walters, the list was broadcast annually on the second Thursday of December on ABC from This article began with me questioning fellow journalists for their best advice on how to interview.
What follows is some of my own advice, but a ton more from industry colleagues on how to conduct a journalistic interview for print, blog, radio, TV, and films.
The article should begin with the reason the subject is newsworthy at this time, and should be based (not exclusively) on an extensive interview with the subject.
Biographical material is important, but should not be overemphasized: the biography is background to the news. Sep 27, · How to Write a News Report. A news report is similar to a news article. It is the basic facts of a story that is currently happening or that just happened.
Writing a news report is easy if you report on the subject, conduct good. “We had the problem that President Obama had twice publicly basically said, ‘There's no there, there’ in an interview with-- on Fox, an interview on 60 Minutes I think, both times he said.
OBAMA’S MAIN ‘PUPPETEER’ IS THE HUNGARIAN BORN JEW - GEORGE SOROS. With his financial ability in the billions of dollars to back whatever cause he chooses and his powerful control of the media, Soros has the means to engineer the political and economic destinies of entire nations.