Teach students to turn their research and interviews into vivid and engaging stories
Most newspaper articles fall into two categories:
- News articles
- Featured articles
You will also find opinion articles such as editorials and book and movie reviews. But this lesson is only about news and articles.
Here’s how to distinguish an informational article from a history article.
- News articles cover the basics of current affairs. They answer the questions: who, what, where, how and when?
- Featured articles are longer and more detailed than regular news articles. They cover a topic from many angles and are written in a more creative and fun format. Although the news can also be creative and fun. Check out the examples below.
Keep in mind that both news and features require the same level of research and reporting.
Read news examples and press articles from Scholastic Kids. Read them all and then write your articles based on them.
Basic historical notes
The best way to organize a newspaper article is to write an outline first. Review your research and notes. Then write down the ideas for the next six parts. Remember, this is only the foundation on which you can build your story.
THE. Main sentence
Grab and connect the reader right away.
What facts and figures will form the basis of your story? you have to tell your readers where and when the story is happening.
THETHETHE. Opening quote
What will give the reader an idea of the people involved and what they think?
THEV. Main body
What is the core of your story?
V. Final quote
Find something that summarizes the article in a nutshell.
YOU. Application(optional – closing quote can do the trick)
What is an unforgettable way to end your story? The final quote is a good way to summarize. That doesn’t always work. THEf you mention more than one person with different points of view in your story, you cannot end with just one of them. By giving one of your interlocutors the last word, he can turn the story in their favor. THEn the era of the THEnterTHEnternet, you can also end your story with a link to more information or even your own behind-the-scenes blog post.
Now it’s your turn
STEP 1:Read the Scholastic Kids Press Corps article and complete the following fields:
Remember that not ALL of these elements can be represented in the story, or even in one place.
STEP 2:Now, using your research and notes, write an outline of your article.
Remember that the first draft of a story is the first draft, not a finished article. Here are some good tips on how to pass a high-quality story to your editor / teacher.
- Read the story at least once to understand. You want to make sure your writing tells a story with a beginning, middle, and ending. Also, make sure you have at least two good quotes if possible.
- Go back to the draft to check for spelling and punctuation errors.
- Now read it aloud. This will help you catch any awkward phrases, or sentences that don’t sound right.
- Once your piece is finished, put it in your editor. Make sure you have a snail or a title (which talks about the subject of the story), a date and your subtitle.
How to brainstorm and assign stories to journalist students
The key to journalism is asking questions. Students worry about what is happening in their school. Creating a school newspaper begins by asking students what they already know and would like to know more about.
Generating ideas for stories
THEhen creating a class newspaper, it’s important to keep your readers’ interests in mind. When brainstorming and assigning stories, you should always ask yourself these two simple questions:
- What do students want to read in my school?
- What stories would catch and grab their attention?
Follow these simple steps and you will quickly be on your way to making premium paper.
Step 1: Make a list of 1 hot topics in your school. When creating a list, choose the issues that your colleagues care about the most.
- Quality of the food in the canteen?
- Requirement of classes in the gym
- Honor code
- Dress code
- Class elections
- School play
- Spelling bee
- Extracurricular programs
- Profiles on stellar teachers
- Profiles on starred students
- THEnterview with the director
Step 2: Make a list of at least five hot topics in today’s news. When compiling your list, you can check the Scholastic Kids Press Corps home page for ideas.
- The latest books or movies suitable for children
- News from the world
- Weather news
- National news
- Heroes in the news
Step 3: Talk to your journalist students. Find out what their interests and strengths are. On a blackboard, make a roster of your student reporters’ names and their specialties.
|The name of the reporter||THEnterests / specializations|
Step 4: Now is the time to assign your story. Quando scegli quelli che vuoi assegnare, tieni a mente gli interessi e i punti di forza dei tuoi giornalisti. Next to each name in the index, assign a story from your topic lists.
|The name of the reporter||THEnterests / specializations|
|Thurs||Sports: Soccer tournament|
|Thursvanna||School lunch: A day in the life of a cafeteria worker|
|Jason||Weather: Hurricane Season|
|Jennifer||Policy: THEnterview School Bd. premere|
Step 5:Give your reporters a strict deadline and stick to it.
Okay, your teacher asked you to create a newspaper. To help you with your homework, not only do we have hundreds of templates for you to use, but this little tutorial is designed to help you with your homework.
To begin, it is important to understand the various elements of a newspaper so that you’ll have a good idea what you need to gather together by way of content. A journal is mostly written articles, so eventually you will design and organize the journal around your articles. Here’s what you’ll need to meet the minimum: Your teacher may have multiple requirements:
- 2 to 3 items per page. THEn a tabloid format newspaper you can insert 2 articles of about 750 words plus pictures or 3 articles of about 500 words. This article is just over 500 words long.
- At least 1 relevant photo per article. 2 images would be great. Remember that it is always easier to resize images than articles (which is why a newspaper is often built around articles rather than images).
- Graphic design software. Your teacher might have suggestions, but if you are at a loss, you can use makemyNewspaper’s Cloud Designer and templates. Just be sure to mark your project as “homework” when you save it to get 90% off the PDF ($ 1.99).
Once you have collected your articles and images, put them in the newspaper software first. Adjust the column lengths so that all words are in the text box.
Layout and design tips
- First, enter all your articles and position them well.
- Use 1-pixel or 1-pixel serif fonts (such as Times New Roman) in body text or copied text.
- Use a font size of 1 or 1 pixel for your article headlines (except one column, so choose a size between 1 and the main font size for your newspaper headline … this should be the largest text except the name of the newspaper itself).
- For tabloid papers, use 3 or 4 columns.
- Keep at least 1/8 inch between each column. Whatever you choose, it’s important to keep it consistent across all columns.
- Leave the same amount of space between text boxes and images as between columns.
- Don’t use too many fonts. a maximum of 2 or 3 and make sure all characters are consistent. THEn other words, don’t change fonts for the titles of article A and B. Keep all titles the same fonts and all copy text the same font.
- Align everything well.
- Crop the photos to fit the available space. THEn general, if you need to stretch or shrink an image, you should always keep it proportionate. Otherwise they will look too fat or too thin. To adjust an image, crop it.
- Don’t get your newspaper too crowded. The extra white space between articles, headings, or columns isn’t bad.
Free Cloud Designer Templates
Our templates are 10% customizable, very easy to use and specially designed to help you create unique school newspapers with our free Cloud Designer. Below are some of the hundreds of templates available.
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THEf you have a class full of news who want to write your own front page stories about classroom events or the latest canteen events, Scholastic Teachables will provide you with ready-made material for young journalists.
These 5 resources will help students in grades 3-5 learn about the writing process and how to add descriptive elements that engage readers. Not only will they learn how to write news articles, but they will also learn an important vocabulary of content that gives new meaning to words likeTO. mannequin,He’s bleeding, THE.widow. Before you know it, your classroom will become a crowded press room filled with young journalists eager to tell the next big story!
1.Â TO. TO. TO. Writing a Journal: Center for Learning Fiction
This “narrative learning hub” designed specifically for newspaper writing helps students report facts and write compelling messages that grab the attention of readers. The print version includes an introductory lesson, student tips, template writing examples, graphic organizers, differentiation tips, and a rating box.
2.TO. TO. TO. TO. Newspaper article: Graphic organizers lined up
This lesson with “horizontal graphic organizers” will help your reporters and front page reporters learn the basics of news writing. Students will write a news article that begins with a buffer detailing who, what, when, where and why and details in the body of the story.
3. TO. TO. TO. TO. Gazeta Żargon: grade 4 vocabulary
To be true journalists, students need to know industry jargon. TenTO. pakiet słownictwaTO. uczy uczniów, jakie słowa lubiąTO. He’s bleeding,mannequin, THE.stringerTO. commonly means in newsrooms.
4. TO. TO. TO. Daily News: Linguistic Arts Bulletin Board
This “bulletin board” resource not only turns the classroom into an editorial room, but also helps students develop the speaking, listening, writing and reading skills they need to conduct lessons effectively. TO.
5.TO. TO. TO. TO. Plenty of Plastic: Grade 5 Opinion WritingLesson
Every reputable newspaper has a solid editorial section. ThisTO. writing lessonTO. helps create persuasive opinion leaders by encouraging students to take a written stand for or against plastic bags.
Scholastic Teachables helps teachers like you build a new generation of journalists and journalists. Plus, these learning materials are ready to use, saving you time when you need it most during the school year. The printable materials are free for Scholastic Teachables subscribers or can be purchased individually. TO. Log in orTO. subscribe todayTO. for educational tools to help your students write news articles that can make a difference in your classroom, school and community!
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my wonderful grandson, an aspiring 1 year old artist (at the time) sent me a message from the UK asking “How do THE make a comic?” THE thought wow what a question.
After a quick search, THE tried to find a good existing children’s guide. The few that THE found too simple. Knowing that my nephew was smart and would like more than a “draw a box and draw pictures inside” guide, THE began to draw the directions as if talking to him in person. THE have prepared a tutorial for him as they are all very rough, but my husband encouraged me to put them online.
This is my process for making comics, it’s prob not how everyone does it, but THE hope that this is a good starting point for any budding comic creators. THE have also made a printable PDF (7.5MB) of this post for personal use, click the icon on the left to go to the document.
The job of the comic creator is to simply allow the reader to follow a story in a specific order with images & text!
Every artist has different styles & different preferences to achieving the above. THEn this post THE’ll cover some comic basics that other comic writers and artists have found works well for them. Hopefully it’s a good starting point but remember:
The best way to learn how to make comics is to simply write, draw, and learn as you progress. And have fun =)
THE have divided the cartoon creation process into 1 simple sections:
The layout of the book
Arrangement of the panel
Comic book text
Suggestions for dialogue
Angles & shots
Understanding how to layout a book will help you write & design your story. Adults also have a hard time completing long comics, so it’s best to start with a short story no more than 1 page long.
Drawing a comic can take a long time, which is why many comics are stories. This means that every panel and page counts. The best advice is to figure out how many pages first and build your story around them. Consider shortening the story or splitting it into 2 stories if it’s too long.
Designing key characters can be of great help as it can really help write their personality.
THEhen you’re happy with the rough story, start to build a script. Think about dialogue & narration (optional). Divide each page into approximately 1-6 panels. There are many ways to format scripts… as long as it is clear it’s ok.
There are many ways to use the panels to help the reader follow the story. Artists have different ways they like to layout their panels, but here THE’ll start with some simple layouts for THEestern style comics.
Here’s some examples of comic text formats. Note: people use different terminology, this is my personal preference.
Dialogue and imagery will always fight for space, so keep that in mind when designing your panels.
As with panels, use speech bubbles to help readers read the text in the correct order. think left to right and top to bottom.
THEt’s more interesting for readers to vary the shots or angles. you can borrow some movie / tv excerpts to make comics more dynamic.
Create storyboardsis when the writing and images first come together. There are a lot of changes going on here, so keep your drawings unfinished. Storyboards are the backbone of the comic creation process!
THEhen you’re happy with the storyboards you can finally start drawing the art. This is the process of joint art.
THEf you have completely passed this tutorial, if you want to know more, there is a great book called Understanding Comics: The THEnvisible Art by Scott McCloud
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Creating a newspaper can be a fun and exciting project, andchildren’s newspaper templateit’s a great way to start a project, have fun, and learn when they’re creative.
THEybraliśmy dwa najlepsze szablony gazet dla dzieci, które możesz pobrać i od razu rozpocząć pracę nad swoim projektem. THEl primo è un modello di giornale classico che è pulito, semplice e facile da modificare e aggiungere contenuto. The second has a focus on sports, as a Sports page of a newspaper. However, like most templates, the Sports heading can be changed to cover any topic you want.
Najlepszy children’s newspaper template
First of all, this Newspaper Template for Kids is great because it’s FREE! Free is always amazing, especially when you get a good product with cool features. Second, this newspaper template works in microsoft THEord, meaning most people will be able to access the template since microsoft THEord is such a common program. As long as you have the program that these templates were made for you should have no problem downloading them, opening them and editing them, and saving and printing your very own kid’s newspaper.
Caratteristiche del children’s newspaper template
Puoi modificare la maggior parte degli aspetti di questo children’s newspaper template. You can change the newspaper name, insert today’s date or whatever date you want the newspaper to be published, insert your own pictures, and change all the article headings and text. There are columns already created to help you break down your newspaper to make it look like a real newspaper and you can just type in those columns to create your news article. THEt’s very easy to use, and we picked this template because it has a simple design that is easier for kids to use than some other newspaper templates.
If you decide to use your own images, you can also consider using Photoshop or any other fun painting program to work on your images. You can take a photo with your digital camera, edit it, add or remove colors, draw on funny mustaches or glasses, circle and highlight objects, and have fun creating all the photos before you even start working on the newspaper. THEnoltre, se vuoi provare qualcosa di diverso, puoi prima disegnare, colorare o dipingere un’immagine. Then, take a picture of the drawing or painting, or scan it into the computer, and use one of your kid’s own artworks to insert into the newspaper. THE can imagine how fun it would be to read a headline “million Dollar masterpiece” and have a picture of your child’s, or any kids, artwork beneath in a newspaper. Talk about fun and a great way to encourage creativity while building your self-esteem.
THEhatever your choice for newspaper and topic, this easy children’s newspaper template should help you get it created.
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Students will enjoy this creative, exciting and inspiring writing lesson by creating authentic newspaper stories. Man mano che si trasformano in giornalisti ed editori, diventeranno utenti TTHEC efficaci per pubblicare il proprio giornale in classe. Various aspects of newspapers are covered, including newspaper sections, article writing, online newspapers, newspaper reading habits, and layout and design techniques.
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- Printing premeres:THE tym interaktywnym narzędziu online Twoi uczniowie mogą wybrać opcję „gazeta”, aby pomóc im uzupełnić sekcję z gazetą.
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Lund, D. m., & Sanderson, D. A. (199). From print to multimedia: the evolution of a second-class newspaper. Online reading. Available: http: // www. read online. org / articles / art_index. viper? HREF = lund / index. html.
THEncoraggiare i bambini a leggere e scrivere in un modo che consenta loro di comprendere la lingua reale in contesti del mondo reale è più probabile che li aiuti a sviluppare le abilità necessarie per leggere e scrivere fluentemente. Creating a class journal provides such a realistic context and is therefore a great choice as the basis for a project conceived with this purpose in mind.
Use of the computer motivates students to learn and students’ attitudes toward the newspaper genre are affected by active participation in the production of an authentic and original newspaper of their own.