Top 10 UK Daily Newspapers       1The Sun (2,751,219)      2Daily Mail (2,011,283)     3Daily Mirror (1,122,563)       4Da...
FRONT COVERS 18TH November 2012
Masthead  FlagPuff box                                 Logo headline                                   Captiondateline    ...
Annotate the following front cover using the key words.
Annotate the following front cover using the key                    words.
Key terms• Flag- The printed title (i.e., name and logo) of a newspaper  at the top of the front page• Jumplines- The cont...
Key terms• Byline – the reporter’s name, which appears at the start  of a news or picture story• Dateline – first few sent...
Similarities between the two papers   Differences between the two papers
HOMEWORK DUE 28TH NOVEMBERCopy and paste a tabloid andbroadsheet front pages from thesame day, using key words learnttoday...
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Newspaper lesson 1

  1. 1. Top 10 UK Daily Newspapers 1The Sun (2,751,219) 2Daily Mail (2,011,283) 3Daily Mirror (1,122,563) 4Daily Star (624,029) 5Daily Telegraph (596,180) 6Daily Express (586,707) 7The Times (405,113) 8Financial Times (319,757) 9Daily Record (276,003) 10I Newspaper (243,321)
  2. 2. FRONT COVERS 18TH November 2012
  3. 3. Masthead FlagPuff box Logo headline Captiondateline byline lead splash jumpline
  4. 4. Annotate the following front cover using the key words.
  5. 5. Annotate the following front cover using the key words.
  6. 6. Key terms• Flag- The printed title (i.e., name and logo) of a newspaper at the top of the front page• Jumplines- The continuation instructions of a story that is jumped to another page (Continued on page 5; Continued from page 1).• Kicker- Small headline, often in italics and usually underlined, above and slightly to the left of the main head• puff box: A newspapers own advertisements at the top of the front page promoting articles inside or in future issues• Splash – main storyExt: identify anything else not mentioned on the key terms!
  7. 7. Key terms• Byline – the reporter’s name, which appears at the start of a news or picture story• Dateline – first few sentences describing when and where the story took place• Masthead – detailed information printed in the newspaper stating names of the publication’s publisher, editors, and other top executives, usually printed in a box on the editorial page• Lead – (pronounced “leed”) the first paragraph or two of a news story, telling who, what, where, when, why/how• Headline – words in large type at the top of the story telling what the story is about• Strapline – subheading of a story
  8. 8. Similarities between the two papers Differences between the two papers
  9. 9. HOMEWORK DUE 28TH NOVEMBERCopy and paste a tabloid andbroadsheet front pages from thesame day, using key words learnttoday, compare and contrast thetwo covers.This is a helpful website, you canchoose any past date.Todays front pages

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