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Tabloids vs Broadsheets. Broadsheets vs. Tabloids. How do broadsheet and tabloid newspapers differ in how they cover the news? Compare the treatment of - Media@ESF. Broadsheet- The Daily Telegraph is currently the most popular British broadsheet.

How do broadsheet and tabloid newspapers differ in how they cover the news? Compare the treatment of - Media@ESF

It is owned by the Barclay Brothers who are personally close to the leaders of the Conservative party (the mainstream right-wing party in the UK) and is commonly regarded as being the most right-wing of the broadsheets.Tabloid- The Sun is currently one the most popular tabloid in Britain. News International/Rupert Murdoch’s owns The Sun. Primarily there are many differences between broadsheets and tabloids newspapers, such things like the layout, font, and colour… As well as in how the both of the newspapers cover the news. Most people would agree that a tabloid newspaper would tend to be more sensationalized in every way and would use a technique called “hyperbole”- which means to exaggerate a little bit on things to attract audiences of various types. Understanding Newspaper Language - London School of English. I'm writing this from the Greek island of Rhodes.

Understanding Newspaper Language - London School of English

One of the biggest pleasures I have on holiday is reading, I've brought a number of books with me but I also love the fact that I have time to read newspapers. I have always encouraged students to read newspaper articles as it is something that most people can find time to do in their busy lives, it also helps to consolidate your English. Newspapers are a great source of vocabulary, particularly phrasal verbs in the tabloid press.

S2 Investigating Newspapers Tasks. Media studies revision1. News Quiz. The Times in Plain English. EasyEnglishArticles - English Online - Articles in Easy Understandable English for Learners. First News. JellyBeanScoop Homepage. Home - DreamreaderDreamreader. Here There Everywhere  - News for Kids. English Online - Articles in Easy Understandable English for Learners. News For Your Classroom. First News TV Bulletin from Sky News.

Newsmart. News in Easy English / The Podcast. English Online - Articles in Easy Understandable English for Learners. Twenty-Five Great Ideas for Teaching Current Events. Looking for ways to work news into your classroom curriculum?

Twenty-Five Great Ideas for Teaching Current Events

Check out these great ideas for connecting current events to all subjects. Education World is pleased to offer 25 activities -- activities intended to help teachers make use of newspapers and to help students make sense of the news. Also included, at the end of the activity list, is a list of additional activities and Internet resources. This first activity won't make better or more interested news readers of your students -- but it was too interesting not to include in our list! Taken from an ERIC document, Twenty Ideas for Teaching Science Using the Newspaper, the first activity provides a recipe for keeping old newspaper clippings from turning yellow. Preserving the news! Listening for details. News-mapping. More news-mapping. News scavenger hunts. A to Z adjectives. Graphing the news. Scanning the page. Abbreviation/acronym search. Local, national, or international? İngilizce Dersleri - BBC Türkçe. News, Sport, Showbiz, Celebrities from Metro Newspaper.

Teaching Kids NewsTeaching Kids News - Readable, teachable news. TOP STORIES. Radio Sweden. First Fleet: 04/02/2014, Behind the News. Recently we celebrated Australia day on the 26th of January.

First Fleet: 04/02/2014, Behind the News

But why do we mark it on that day in particular? To answer that question, Sarah will take you back in time to 1788, to meet some kids who came to Australia on the First Fleet. Kid 1: “My name is John Hudson and I'm nine years old. I've been an orphan ever since I can remember and I made a living sweeping chimneys. It was horrible work, dangerous too. Kid 2: “For the theft of one linen shirt, value 10 shillings, five silk stockings, value 5 shillings, one pistol, value 5 shillings, and two aprons, value 2 shillings.

Kid 3: “My name is Elizabeth Haywood and I'm 13 years old. Kid 2: “For the theft of one linen gown, value 4 shillings, a silk bonnet value 2 shillings, and a bath cloth cloak, value 1 shilling. In London in the 1700s, gaols were full of people like Elizabeth and John; poor, hungry, unwanted. Reporter: England's laws were really, really harsh. ESL News New ZealandGrammy Awards » ESL News New Zealand. You probably already know that Lorde won two Grammy awards yesterday.

ESL News New ZealandGrammy Awards » ESL News New Zealand

She had been nominated for four awards and won two. She won the Best Pop Solo Performance. She and her co-song-writer Joel Little, won the Song of the Year for the song Royals. She performed this song earlier in the ceremony, dressed in a white shirt with black trousers. People noticed that her finger nails were coloured in black dye which is rather unusual. Easy News for ESL Listening. Worldnews247. Learn English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish Free. Knowble Articles : Login. Online Sources for Informational Text. Draft. Write Better. Kelly Gallagher – Resources. Part of the reason my students have such a hard time reading is because they bring little prior knowledge and background to the written page.

Kelly Gallagher – Resources

They can decode the words, but the words remain meaningless without a foundation of knowledge. To help build my students’ prior knowledge, I assign them an "Article of the Week" every Monday morning. By the end of the school year I want them to have read 35 to 40 articles about what is going on in the world. It is not enough to simply teach my students to recognize theme in a given novel; if my students are to become literate, they must broaden their reading experiences into real-world text. Below you will find the articles I assigned* this year (2013-2014) to my students.

"How Earth Got Its Tectonic Plates/On Saturn's Moon Titan, Scientists Catch Waves in Methane Lakes" by Monte Morin for the Los Angeles Times and by Amina Kahn for the Los Angeles Times, respectively "Hard Evidence: Are We Beating Cancer? " Nonfiction Literacy and Current Events. SNN - Student News Net. Thank you for visiting SNN.

SNN - Student News Net

For 10 years, the same team of professionals has been producing SNN with a sharp focus on original, interesting content as both a mediator and motivator for learning. SNN has spent years studying the challenge of providing meaningful integration of technology in the classroom, conducting educational research, and working closely with teachers. The bottom line is that SNN today is aligned to basic principles of learning to support student achievement. Motivating students to read and explore a topic in more depth is one of SNN's greatest strengths. NewsHour Extra. DOGO News - Kids news articles! Kids current events; plus kids news on science, sports, and more!

News Roundup - The English Magazine. EnglishNewsLessons. First News. 7 grammar rules you really should pay attention to. News stories for today. Yes, you can learn English. - Simple English News. Learning English With CBC Calgary. Manitoba. Newsmart. Student News.