Parts of a Newspaper PowerPoint and Test Prep
This 34 slide presentation will give your students an entertaining introduction to the main parts of a newspaper. Included in the lesson section will be the following topics: World News, Local News, Business, Sports, Opinion, Entertainment, and Weathe
This PowerPoint address the sections of a newspaper and how it is organized. Students will view actual sections of the newspaper and review with practice questions at the end. Addresses 4th grade CST STandard WS 1.7 (locate information in a newspaper).
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
This Smartboard lesson encompasses the different parts of a newspaper. First notes are given on the structure of a newspaper including: first section (world news, major news, and editorials), local news, sports section, feature section, classified ads, and paid advertisements. While teaching each s
This Power point outlines the types of articles commonly found in newspapers as well as the essential parts of an article. The prefect quick "how-to" presentation before requiring a history class to create a newspaper as a way of presenting information about a topic.
Visit any classroom and you will encounter students with a variety of goals, and not everyone approaches education with the same goal. For some students, school is a direct path to the real world. But many schools don't teach their students functional literacy or how to deal with the basic issues th
This set of word search, secret code and word scramble worksheet printables features phrases and terms relating to the parts of a newspaper. Streamlined for easy instructional use, each puzzle worksheet in this set — even the word jumble — comes with a convenient teacher answer key for quick correct
This is an excellent resource if you are readying your students to create an original newspaper cover, or if you want your students to be able to analyze what the front page of the newspaper should look like. We highlight key elements of the newspaper cover and how these elements help sell the newsp
This Front Page Sample Newspaper is labeled with need to know jargon vocabulary for Journalism or Newspaper students so that they can become familiar with the parts of a newspaper.
Parts labeled include:
skybox/teaser, banner/flag, headline, sub-head, byline, dateline, lead (lede), body text, jump
Students match the words with their definitions by utilizing the "shown 2 slides at once" feature of the SmartBoard. Then, students label the example from "Time for Kids." Useful for nonfiction writing or library class.
*A DIGITAL OPTION/GOOGLE SLIDES HAS BEEN INCLUDED* Be sure to re-download! There are directions and links inside the zip file :)About this Product:Current Events are a nice way to integrate Social Studies, Reading, and Writing. Additionally, they are a wonderful way to keep your students connected
Newspaper Article Templates are easy, no prep worksheets that can be used for ANY subject area, writing assignment, or information gathering activity in your classroom. This newspaper templates product is so versatile that you can use it all year long in multiple subject areas! NOTE: Prior to 3/28
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This fantastic, interactive project has students analyzing some of the most famous art and artists of the Renaissance by rotating around the room with a "reporter's notebook". Students then use their notes to create newspapers detailing the art and artists as if the art show was taking place at your
Students will use what they've learned about Jamestown to create a newspaper with four articles to reflect life in Jamestown. Templates and rubrics are included, and there's an editable version (Microsoft Word) if you want students to type theirs.
The Jamestown Settlement was the first successful,
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