EMC Number: 571i
Page Count: 64
Learning to read newspapers and magazines is important to becoming an informed citizen. They provide us with a portable source of entertainment, as well. This book will help you present newspapers and magazines to students in fun, productive ways. Students learn to think like a reporter and look for the five "Ws" in a story (who, what, where, when, and why). They'll discuss the front page, sports, human interest, and the advice column. The sample magazine article, The Life of Jacques Cousteau, makes for fascinating and educational reading in and of itself. The book is divided into three sections, each with a table of contents, teaching ideas, and numerous involving activities.