By Jordan Matthews Articles in a newspaper are quick and to the point, not infused with a whole lot of personal opinion or evaluation, and tend towards the facts plain and simple as you can possibly imagine.
A relative A mentor Step 2: Choose three people from your list who seem like the best candidates for a biography.
Run a quick search on the Internet to see how much information you can easily find about your three candidates. For people in the news and historical figures, visit Yahoo.
For celebrities and people of note, visit Biography. For general searches, visit Infoplease. You will have to talk to the person directly to see how much info you can quickly find out. Answer the following questions for each of your three candidates yes or no.
Is the person's life worth writing about? Do you feel strongly about the person?
Has the person made a difference in the world? Does the person fascinate you? Does the person's life make a good story?
Which person's life stands out as the best story? Biographical research is like detective work. Uncover fun facts about your subject!
To help you get started, we've provided you with a list of Research Resources. Visit the library to gather information about your subject. No detail is too small, no story too great!Writing Good Hooks For Stories and Articles If you ever started reading an article and found yourself thinking that the first few sentences were so intriguing or thought-provoking that you couldn't stop reading, that wasn't an accident.
|How to Write a School News Article||How to Write a Newspaper Report Figure out what to write about Normally, it would be the assignments editor or the desk editor that would give you the occasion or incident that you would need to write about.|
DO NOT confuse a newspaper article with a television interview. Always write in past tense (apart from the final paragraph) and do not wory about using columns or include pictures.
Method for all writing questions. Each newspaper article will have its own topic, like a burglary, car accident, award that was won, or a sporting event.
Newspapers have local news, national news, and even world news. Conclusion of Article. In a newspaper editorial, and with most anything else you write, your conclusion should sum up all the information you wrote about. You are getting the reader to engage in asking him or herself questions on how they stand on the particular issue in our society.
How to Write a Book Report. Conjunctive Adverb. I'm trying to write a newspaper article inside my work of fiction. Unfortunately, I'm not sure how to write ages and dates in this article. I took journalism in college, and I know that if I am submitting an article to a newspaper, I would need to write ages and dates as numbers: July 22, , Nathan Smith, Oct 20, · To write a news article, open with a strong leading sentence that states what the article is about and why it’s important.
Try to answer the questions who, what, where, when, and why as early in the article as possible%(91).