Structure Your Article
- Create an Informative and Catchy Headline. The headline can make or break your reader’s interest.
- Create a Lead or Opening Paragraph.
- Things to Avoid.
- Follow a Chronological Order When Writing a Lead.
- Expand Your Article with Supporting Details.
- Include Supporting Quotations.
- Finish Your Article with Informative Link or Quote.
- Use Appropriate Tone.
Other Question and Answers that can be helpful for you
1. How do you make your own newspaper?
- Upload your PDF Start by uploading your newspaper PDF.
- Customize your newspaper Make your newspaper unique by adding some interactivity with rich media.
- Publish online, download or print If you’re happy with the newspaper design, time to click the publish button and make your newspaper available online.
2. How to become a writer for a newspaper?
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3. How to start writing in newspapers?
Part 2 of 3: Writing Your News Article
- Start with the lead. Begin with a strong leading sentence.
- Give all the important details. The next important step to writing news articles is including all the relevant facts and details that relate to your lead statement.
- Follow up main facts with additional information.
- Conclude your article.
4. How do I create a newspaper?
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