Newspaper Terms - Writing a Feature Article
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- Q 1/14Score 0The main title of an article. See image29
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- Q1The main title of an article. See image
- Q2byline. See image
A printed line accompanying a news story, article, or the like, giving the author's name.A shorter heading telling the reader about the contents of the article.
Description of the image accompanying the article.
The main text of the article.30s
A line giving the place of origin and usually the date of a news dispatch or the like.masthead
The description of the image.
The section of the newspaper that the article appears in.
A short summary serving as an introduction to a news story, article or other copy.A short article.30s
A title or explanation for a picture or illustration, especially in a magazine.
To read (printers' proofs, copy, etc.) in order to detect and mark errors to be corrected.Users re-arrange answers into correct orderJumble30s
- Q7An author's exclusive right to their work.
the name and place of the author.
the first paragraph
the section of the newspaper that the article is found in.
main text of an article.30s
Paragraphs following the lead; these paragraphs go into more detail about the topic, often including quotes and interesting facts.
Paragraphs that support the story with evidence, anecdotes, interviews, etc.
An image that supports the story.
Where you can find the article.
A story that accompanies a main story, perhaps detailing a background event or a related topic.30s
The exact words of your subject (the interviewee).
Time and date details.
Main title section and name at the front of a publication.
Name of the author and credentials.
Information in a column to the side of the main article.30s
A smaller, secondary headline that usually elaborates on the main headline above it.
The smaller, lesser headlines to grab attention.
The place in the newspaper where the article is found.
Paragraphs that support the lead.Another term for lead that focuses on the hooking of the reader in the first paragraph.30s
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