A unit lesson presentation with 6 sessions on teaching and learning resources of newspaper report writing based on New Bloom's Taxonomy.
After completing this unit students will be able to:
- SESSION 1: Recognise, retrieve and name the key elements of a report.
- SESSION 2: Interpret and classify the authorial techniques in a report.
- SESSION 3: Implement and execute report writing techniques.
- SESSION 4: Demonstrate the knowledge of reporting in writing.
- SESSION 5: Check and critique a given report.
- SESSION 6: Compose and produce the final report.
This download includes:
- EXERCISE 1: Identify newspaper report types (images).
- EXERCISE 2: Identify newspaper report types (text).
SESSION 1: REMEMBERING - STRUCTURE
- EXERCISE 3: Find, list and describe the different sections of a newspaper report.
- Sections of a Newspaper Report
- Key Elements of a Newspaper Report
SESSION 2: UNDERSTANDING - LANGUAGE
- EXERCISE 4: Explain the author’s use of language and vocabulary and its impact in a newspaper report.
- Language and Vocabulary in a Newspaper Report
- Impact of Newspaper Language and Vocabulary
- Author’s use of language in a Newspaper report
SESSION 3: APPLYING - PLAN
- EXERCISE 5: Use the planning frame to assemble a sample newspaper report through sequencing.
- Planned Sample Newspaper Report
SESSION 4: ANALYSING - DRAFT
- EXERCISE 6: Use the template to organise a draft of a sample newspaper report on a given topic.
- Sample Newspaper Report Draft
SESSION 5: EVALUATING - FEEDBACK
- EXERCISE 7: Use the checklist and the rubric to evaluate each other’s work.
- EXERCISE 8: Use the PQP and TAG technique to peer-review each other’s work with constructive feedback.
- Sample PQP and TAG Feedback
SESSION 6: CREATING – NEWSPAPER REPORT
- EXERCISE 9: Use your knowledge of newspaper reports in writing.
- EXERCISE 10: Answer the following questions to demonstrate the knowledge of newspaper report writing.
Here are some possible uses for these in your classroom:
- To challenge early finishers
- For effective tutoring
- As ESL stations and sub tubs
- As holiday work and homework
- For small group collaborations
- For an end of unit assessments
- For reinforcement and enrichment
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