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Chun Thu

on 13 January 2013

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2013 2009 2010 2011 2012 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c THE CLASSIC ARTICLE FORMAT Structure Headline Sub-heading Introduction 25-40 words and provides the most important and interesting news first while answering who, what, where, when Paragraphing 30-40 words, each one has a main idea and different fact. They may also include quotes from people involved or experts. Ending facts and opinions are summarised, detailing the issue or event this allows reader's to skim over the start of the article to gain the essential facts before deciding to read on if the editor cuts the bottom off the story, the story would still make sense. THE CHRONOLOGICAL REPORT This is stating things in the order that they happened. THE STORYTELLING MODEL you place your reader right in the middle of the action when you've dragged them in, you continue with a chronological report up to the dramatic event lANGUAGE FEATURES Are written in 3rd person.

Should include quotes, comments, opinions, statements and observations from people involved or experts on the topic.

Should avoid racist, sexist or religious slurs.

Should be accurate and balanced (provide facts supporting both sides of the issue).
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