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Newspapers & Journalistic Writing Information Set | KS2 Non-fiction Writing | Primary English

Newspapers and Journalistic Writing Lesson Information Set

This newspapers and journalistic writing information lesson set provides all the information that learners need to know when learning about this non-fiction English topic! Each page reveals a key heading that serves as a reminder for children of the features newspapers and journalistic writing have. It also has illustrations and key information that will help pupils identify the features.

This newspapers and journalistic writing information lesson set will help pupils learn to engage readers through compelling narratives while adhering to the structures and styles of journalistic writing. Learning to write newspapers and journalistic pieces also encourages children to think critically about information as they learn to gather facts, evaluate sources, and present information objectively, fostering analytical skills.

Title/Introduction page, Structure, Headline, Subheading, First Sentence, Body of Report, Photos with Captions, Facts & Opinions, Quotations, Conclusion

Our newspapers and journalistic writing information lesson set are aligned with KS2 non-fiction and writing composition on the primary national curriculum. This primary resource can be used with your ideas for non-fiction writing activities, display boards, games, teaching material, learning aids, differentiation, homework, and lesson plans.

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