Your students get to create their own television newscast!
Your students will be given a script and assigned specific roles, such as newsreader, announcer, reporter, camera operator or switcher.
The workshop includes a guided tour of Maison de Radio-Canada. Students from Grade 6 to Secondary II will also have access to our Lü interactive playground.
This workshop is designed for groups of 15 to 30 students, Grade 6 and up.
In exceptional cases we will accept up to 34 participants per group at the same rate. However, since there are only 30 roles in the lab script, the additional participants will have to be observers.
Two chaperones/teachers are required for each group of elementary or high school students.
Total activity duration: 4 hours, including a 30-minute break
Location: Maison de Radio-Canada in Montreal *
*Our facilities are accessible to persons with reduced mobility.
This activity includes:
- a TV lab facilitated by our ambassadors, lasting approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes (105 min.)
- a guided tour of Maison de Radio-Canada, lasting approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes (90 min.)
- students from Grade 6 to Secondary II can explore our Lü interactive playground for about 20 minutes
- a video file of the newscast produced by your students
Participants must bring a cold meal or snack.
Participants must not wear green clothing or accessories.
|Schedule (SET TIMES)|
|Monday to Friday|
|9 a.m. to 1 p.m.|
|1 to 5 p.m.|
It is essential that you prepare for your workshop at Radio-Canada so we can complete the activity in the allotted time.
We invite you to download and read the appropriate script for your group(s).
Script 1 | CBC NOON EXPRESS
Script 2 | CBC CURRENT EXPRESS
High school, community college and university
Script 3 | CBC WORLD EXPRESS
Second language learners or students with learning difficulties
|PRICE, BEFORE TAXES|
15 to 34 participants – $295.72
PAYMENT METHOD: CHEQUE, PAYABLE ON RECEIPT OF INVOICE