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  • HOW TO:MAKE YOUR OWN NEWSPAPER ARTICLE I M P O R TA N T F A C T O R S T O I N C L U D E , C O M B I N I N G R E S E A R C H , C R E AT I V I T Y, AND ENSURING YOU GET A LEVEL 4
  • NAMEPLATE• Title of newspaper• Graphics or a logo• Catchy• Relevant to where/when paper is being published• Date• Volume/issue number
  • HEADLINE• Eye catching• Make the reader think• Be controversial• Pose a question
  • THE DECK• Gives a clue as to what the article will be about• A mini-headline• Entice the reader• A quote, a statistic
  • THE KICKER• Short phrase• Set above the articles• Indicates which section of the newspaper you are reading
  • BYLINE• Short phrase or paragraph that indicates the author• Between headline and start of article
  • PULL QUOTE• Attracts attention• Used mostly in long articles• Small section of text “pulled out and quoted” in larger typeface
  • WHAT DOES THIS ARTICLE HAVE? Headline Pull Quote WHAT IS IT MISSING?
  • WHAT ABOUT THIS ONE? Picture Caption
  • TYPES OF ARTICLESPolitical Answers questions, solves problem Presents newspaper’s/author’sComedic opinion of something; persuassiveAdvice Listener/viewer/witness feedback, opinionLetter-to-Editor Argues a particular group’s the stance/for their purposeEditorial Presenting the ironic and humourous pieces of an event in a satirical and witty fashion
  • QUESTIONS???