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  • Newspaper Parts8/28/12
  • Cornell NotesTitle of Notes: Newspaper PartsDate: 8/28/12 (write these in the upper right hand corner of your sheet of paper)
  • Newspaper Parts• Flag - name of the newspaper on page one• Index - a listing, usually on page one, that tells where to find certain sections or features• Headlines - different sizes and typefaces that name the article
  • Newspaper Parts• Bylines - bylines tell the name(s) of the reporter(s) who wrote the story• Photograph and Cutlines - the cutline is a caption, usually found under or alongside the photograph and telling something about the photograph• Skybox or teaser - text and/or visuals above the flag that highlight articles inside the newspaper
  • Newspaper Parts• Index - a detailed list, usually arranged alphabetically, of the specific information in a publication• Folio Lines - line of text included on each page, typically includes the name of the publication, the publication date and the page of the newspaper• Feature - A story written with some interpretation that goes beyond just reporting the facts
  • Newspaper Parts• Charts - graphical representation of data• Pullout quotes - a quotation or excerpt from an article that is typically placed in a larger or distinctive typeface on the same page• Sidebars - information placed adjacent to an article in a printed or Web publication, graphically separate but with contextual connection.
  • You Do• With a partner, label all of the newspaper parts of the front page you have received.
  • Adapted from:• High Five Curriculum (NIE)