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Selecting the RIGHT editor for your classroom newspaper project is very important! They will make your job easier by keeping their group on task and focused, as well as making sure all required steps and parts are included! Use this editor application to ensure your students realize the importanc
How many times have you seen lessons for "Making a newspaper article"? Well, one does not simply "make" an article in the real world. First, an idea must be peculated and then the idea must be pitched to the editor. This lesson delves into this process.
*WAIT!* Save $3 and get bonus material by buying this in my Newspaper Unit Bundle!* **************************************************************************** Do you want your students to write brilliant, thought-provoking editorials? Then this lesson plan pack will guide you through the process
This complete, 3-week unit plan contains materials designed to teach students about journalism, newspapers, and news writing. This unit is a terrific way to connect to the Common Core Standards’ emphasis on informational and non-fiction reading and writing. The unit packet contains a daily breakdown
Quotes from my students: - "Can we do this every week?" - "I'm going to save every issue we make." - "I can't wait to show my parents!" Get your students excited to write by creating a class newspaper with this fun and organized pack! Give your students their weekly jobs and give them 30 minutes a
Brush up on your ELA skills with this newspaper-themed ELA center activity. Would work well for guided reading centers.Editor-in-Chief {freebie} - Students will find twenty mistakes, one in each sentence.Newspaper Scramble - Students will make smaller words out of the word "newspaper."Classified Sor
Extra. Extra. Read all about it! Bring the local newspaper into the classroom and get students interested in informational text by learning about and exploring different sections/parts of the newspaper. Students will see the type of current news included in each edition of the newspaper. The Newspap
Do YOU feel like you are doing too much editing for your journalism or newspaper students? Are YOU always making the same comments and fixing the same mistakes? If so, stop! YOU are doing too much work! YOU should not be working harder than your students. They need to learn how to self-edit. Yes,
Headlines Newspaper A project rubric for several newspaper projects. This project teaches students to view historical events from more than one side. It teaches bias, historical perspective, understanding and creating political cartoons. This assignment reinforces teamwork, project management, w
Take your Civics, Current Events, Environmental Science, or English class to the next level with this authentic research and letter writing project by engaging your students to gain the confidence of engaging their civic voice with their larger community! Cultivating great writing skills isn’t hard.
This pack contains task cards and independent activities to complete after reading newspaper articles. It was created for 2nd graders to use after reading a classroom newspaper/magazine with informational text. Be sure to check out the preview! Page 1: Title Page Page 2: Product Description Page
1st - 3rd
Identifying the differences between the worlds of the North and South is essential to understanding the rise of sectionalism that led to the Civil War. In this project-based learning activity, students examine life in either the North or the South by creating a newspaper that could have existed in t
This project allows students to investigate all the "temas" that are on the AP Spanish Language and Culture Test. Along with providing the directions, each section will have 3-6 questions to steer students. The packet comes with a rubric (which also includes a presentation-a news cast) and a student
10th - 12th
This easy-to-use organizational tool contains the sequential steps to write and produce articles and multimedia submissions from brainstorming to publication for the modern high school or college newspaper staff. The second page is a standard rubric for all stories or multimedia submissions. Current
This product includes 13 templates and provides a simple outline for your students to learn about informational text while designing their own newspaper. Templates include: Front Page World News Local News Letter to the Editor Weather Sports Business Classified Arts Comi
This is a document that is intended to be cut up by students, and the pieces should be glued onto large paper to create a newspaper for a great end of the year activity. Newspaper article sections include: Title, A Letter from the Editor, Sixth Grade Goals and Resolutions, Fun Times in Fifth Grade
Getting To Know Your Newspaper introduces students to the newspaper and its various features.As students become more familiar with the newspaper, they are likely to enjoy it more. Included titles are: Getting to Know Your Newspaper, Your Front Page, The News, What's the Story, The Editorial Page,
Middle School students create their own newspaper as a collaborative writing project.Want to teach your students how to adopt roles and collaborate as a real journalism team? This project walks your students through the entire process, from the history of the newspaper, through assigning roles, doin
6th - 9th
This game and assessment use vocabulary related to newspapers, newspaper articles, reporting, and journalism. Students create their own bingo cards either by writing or by cutting out and attaching 24 choices onto a blank bingo card, or you can print and play using 24 pre-made bingo cards. Great for
3rd - 6th
This is a document that is intended to be cut up by students, and the pieces should be glued onto large paper to create a newspaper for a great end of the year activity. Newspaper article sections include: Title, A Letter from the Editor, Fourth Grade Goals and Resolutions, Fun Times in Third Grade,
Journalism Newspaper Planning Spread Has your newspaper staff ever accidentally printed the same story twice or left out a picture or ad from an issue? Prevent these mistakes with this simple organizer! This printable is an awesome timesaver for your journalism students & newspaper staff mem
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is a document that is intended to be cut up by students, and the pieces should be glued onto large paper to create a newspaper for a great end of the year activity. Newspaper article sections include: Title, A Letter from the Editor, Seventh Grade Goals and Resolutions, Fun Times in Sixth Grad
In this project-based learning activity, students don't just describe the differences between the three colonial regions - they create a product using their new learning. They examine life in either the New England, Middle, or Southern colonies by creating a newspaper that could have existed in that
After learning all about the parts of a newspaper and how to create great meaningful articles, I put the students in groups. I assign an editor to each group and together they create a newspaper. The final product I have them do on Publisher as they can set their paper to tabloid size to act as an a

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