This week, our topic is the news. more specifically what we look for, where we look for it and how we look at it. I will start off by saying that I do not really even know what is happening in the news most of the time.
The news that I look for is not really anything specific. I look for anything that catches my eye. I never really go onto my phone thinking about what's in the news today. I mostly look for things that I am involved in. If there is a post on Instagram about the next camp for the Above Moon Films then I will look into it. I just never really go onto something for the sole purpose of news.
I get the little news that I do get mostly from others. My parents might tell me or people will talk about it at school, and if I don't get what they are talking about then I will ask someone about it. I also get a little news but not much off of Instagram, but nothing really else. If I want to know more about something I heard about at school the I might go on YouTube to find out.
Normally get the news through my friends, everything else is my phone though, they might text me the news or I just happen to come across something when I am doing something else on my phone.
Overall, I don't really get the news. Some people are always surprised when I ask them about something that everyone else knows. I'm not that big about knowing what is happening all the time. Well, come back soon for some more, bye!
I am in 8th grade in my school's Advanced Media class. I love this class and I have been having lots of fun in it. This past year we went to San Diego, where STN was held, and the year before it was in Orlando. This year it was in Atlanta, Georgia.