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Newspaper article

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james Waudby

on 3 February 2015

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Transcript of Newspaper article

Functional English
Tutor: James
We are learning
to write newspaper articles
What are the
features of this headline?
The first paragraph needs to answer the following questions:
For the final paragraph....
The second paragraph
needs to expand on the information
Now, in groups,
look through these papers,
find a story and answer these
questions:
By the end of the lesson you will be able to:
Who?
Age
The last paragraph needs to wrap up
all the information in a memorable way.
Think about your audience.
Paragraph one:
03/02/15
Write a catchy headline


Understand the main features of newspaper
articles


Use the correct tone for the
audience
What is alliteration?
Write headlines for these
stories.
What?
Where?
Why?
When?
Job title
Background information
Where a person is from?
Married?
Has it happened before?
How will it affect the future?
Use quotes
These add more validity
"I went to Alton Towers
and had a great time!
It's brilliant!"
Make it funny
Use a quote
Rhetorical
question?
Also
Formal
Informal
serious
friendly
Jokey
Watch the next
video and think about:
The headline
Who? What? Where? Why? When?
Use of quotes
The tone
How the article is
concluded
Who?
What?
Why?
Where?
When?
Paragraph two:
Example of how it expands
Example of a quote
Paragraph three
How is the article concluded?
Any
questions?
You are now going
to write your own
newspaper article
An epidemic of influenza has taken
New York. Thousands have been
rushed to hospital
An epidemic of otters has been
on the rampage killing fish,
chickens and pets.
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