· Select and read an article from the NEWS section of the Detroit Free Press, USA Today or the New York Times.
· Using complete sentences, and correct grammar, spelling and punctuation, dissect the article using the 5Ws outlined below.
Anatomy of News Part I: Getting it down on paper. For each, use as many bullets as needed, add more if needed. Start with the key point. Then keeping that in mind, write a few words for each of the four squares.
What? Key Point – just a few words
Anatomy of News Part II: Putting it into sentences
Use the bullets you completed in the squares above and put your thoughts into sentences.
What is the title of the article?
Who is the reporter?
What happened? What is the key point? (In one or two sentences.)
Who was there? Who are the KEY people? List full names and titles of people IN the story.
Why did it or will it happen? (What are the reasons it happened?)
When did it or will it happen?
Where did it happen or will it happen?
Is there extra information included that make this an interesting story? If so, what? Why is it interesting?
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