Imagine that you are a news reporter for a big TV station. You
have an exclusive story about the discovery by New Zealand
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Produce a written version of your report that could appear in a
newspaper or magazine. You may like to include some pictur...
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  1. 1. Imagine that you are a news reporter for a big TV station. You have an exclusive story about the discovery by New Zealand scientists of a new element. It is now your job to tell people all about it. Things to be included in your report are: • The name and symbol of this new element • Mass number and atomic number • The group it belongs to • State at room temperature • Colour • What can we use it for • How it was discovered • Who discovered it You may also like to use comments from an interview with the scientists in your report.
  2. 2. Produce a written version of your report that could appear in a newspaper or magazine. You may like to include some pictures. In small groups, work on your news reading and interviewing skills in preparation for a live broadcast on the evening news.

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