AN ATTENTION GRABBING HEADLINE - YOU COULD USE ALLITERATION OR A PUN
Change the image and write something here
Write an introduction to your news story in this section. Try to get the reader's attention by summarising what the report is about.
Think about who? what? where? why? when? how?
You could also experiment with changing the font size and colour...
This is the body of your report. Make sure you cover the how and the why parts of your story. Be honest about where you got the information from and...
Stick to the 3 C's of news writing:
Clear - Tell the story as if you were telling just one person, don't use long words if a short one will do the job
Concise - Stick to the point
Correct - Make sure the facts are correct as well as grammar and punctuation
Use interesting vocabulary, good openers and time connectives. You could add a quote from an eye-witness or expert in this section using speech marks.
Use Mozilla X-Ray goggles to change this and make your own news webpage
The lesson accompanying this is iCompute Across the Curriculum - 5.1.1 & The Hour of Code™ with iCompute 2016: iJournalist
This is your conclusion. Remember not to use opinion.
What is the latest? What's happening to the people involved now?
This is an audio (sound) file. You could try to find another audio file online and use that instead. To find the url, you usually choose 'share' which you can then copy and paste into this element.
Change the colour of text using X-Ray Goggles by activating them, then hovering your mouse over the text you want to change. Press the letter 'c' and the space bar at the same time. Then find the 'color' item and change it to a different one.
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CHANGE THE VIDEO AND GIVE IT A SUB-TITLE
Find an image appropriate for your story and insert it here. Make sure it's copyright free. You can use an Google Image search for that and filter on 'Usage Rights' chosing an image that is labeled for reuse.