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NEWS BIAS DAY 2. WEEK 3. Swbat analyze news placement choices within a newspaper. DO NOW: GRAB YOUR SECOND NEWSPAPER. FINISH UP 1-5 PAGES FOR YOUR SECOND NEWSPAPER. Chart It.

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swbat analyze news placement choices within a newspaper
Swbat analyze news placement choices within a newspaper
  • DO NOW: GRAB YOUR SECOND NEWSPAPER.
  • FINISH UP 1-5 PAGES FOR YOUR SECOND NEWSPAPER
chart it
Chart It
  • With your second newspaper, use the chart paper (hold it landscape), create 5 columns and write out part of the headline for each of the stories that are on that particular page.
  • When everyone is done, we are going to do a gallery walk. I want you to write me a one page response.
response
RESPONSE

Possible Responses Should Include

  • What did you notice when you walked from paper to paper?
  • What value was placed on international news from paper to paper? Entertainment? Local news? National News? Sports? Business?
  • Did any of the papers equally place a story? Ex. A story was on page ___ for multiple publications.
  • Did you detect bias? Liberal, conservative, or any other slant from paper to paper?
  • Which news publication seems to be the most reliable?