The first step is to understand the structure of your newspaper article, as it's different from other forms of print.
Structure is the arrangement or format of the writing.
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In addition, it needs to also draw the attention of the readers.
You may want to save writing the title until after the rest of the article is written.
Written news may be changing, but it will forever be important in our society.
The rest of this lesson discusses how to write an article in the style of a physical newspaper.
To write an article, you'll need to decide which type of article you'd like to write, check on submission guidelines, research your topic, interview sources, and write it in the proper newspaper format.
At KS2 students will be developing their critical literacy skills and learning how to retrieve, record and present information from non-fiction.