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Broadsheet and tabloid newspapers examined:
Transcript of Broadsheet and tabloid newspapers examined:
Broadsheet and Tabloid Newspapers Examined:
What are the articles about?
Both articles discuss the recent plummeting of the GCSE results.
Distinguishing Features of the Tabloid Article
- Simple language
- Clear format
- No precise details
- Emotional factor
Appearance of the Articles
"'Plummeting' GCSE grades are 'tragedy' for some pupils"
"GCSE results: 'perverse' league tables damaging pupils"
Picture Used by the Tabloid Article
Distinguishing Features of the Broadsheet Article
- Complex language
- Long article
- Multiple details
- No bias
- Serious tone
Picture Used by the Broadsheet Article
Large and clear font
Statistics and Percentages
The Most Effective Piece
Links for the Articles:
By Ume Tahir and Lisa Schultze-Rhonhof