Don't Forget...

....school term ends on Friday 15th December at 2.30pm

Tuesday at 3:42pm

Watch a BBC Newsround report (for example http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/19669214 or another of your choice) and see if you can spot the same features (or their visual equivalents,) that we identified this week for written journalistic recounts.

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Comment your findings for your homework.

 

 

Comments that people have made about this blog post

Comment 1 Comment by Abigail H on 01 Oct 12 at 3:57pm | Quote this comment
I watched a clip from Newsround about Space. I found: a heading, subheading, 5w, quotes, pictures, facts, powerful connectives and adjectives, opinions and it was in chronological order. :P
Comment 2 Comment by Mr Ryan on 01 Oct 12 at 8:50pm | Quote this comment
Abi, perhaps you could paste the link into a comment so that everyone else can see it and challenge themselves to spot the same features?
Comment 3 Comment by George T on 02 Oct 12 at 5:39pm | Quote this comment
i wached a nues rowned about mars & it had the 5w's quotes picturs high Qualaty questons
and i also found it verry intresting 8)
Comment 4 Comment by Dylan B on 02 Oct 12 at 6:47pm | Quote this comment
I watch a film about a udution who april johnson what uductoin when 7.00pm powerful verbs advebs
conective
Comment 5 Comment by Joseph M on 02 Oct 12 at 7:18pm | Quote this comment
I watched a clip on newsround about Half of the Great Barrier of coral reef that has gone. It had all 5w's and interviewing peoplelots of info picturesand chronological order, quotes. 8)
Comment 6 Comment by Lucy D on 02 Oct 12 at 7:24pm | Quote this comment
I listened to one about the Great Barrier Reef. I found:A heading, 5ws, adjectives, details, quotation, facts, powerful language and a summary. :D
Comment 7 Comment by Peggy Sue P on 02 Oct 12 at 7:27pm | Quote this comment
I watched a clip of Newsround about the coral reef. I found: a quotation, it was in the past tense, it had photos, connectives and it was in chronological order.
Comment 8 Comment by Archie D on 03 Oct 12 at 3:57pm | Quote this comment
I watched the clip about the endagered fen raft spider i found: A headline, good description, facts, statistics and a retorical question it also had all 5w's and a summary.
Comment 9 Comment by Orlagh C on 03 Oct 12 at 4:58pm | Quote this comment
Im liking the word poster it is very eye catching and coulourful ;-)
Comment 10 Comment by Eliza B on 03 Oct 12 at 5:19pm | Quote this comment
I wached the one about the great barier reef .It had: a headline ,sections ,adjectivs ,quotaition ,past tense and pictures.
Comment 11 Comment by Mr Brooks on 03 Oct 12 at 6:03pm | Quote this comment
Well done all those who have spotted so many features. Anyone spotted a report that they think isn't very good. Post the link if you do. Mr Brooks
Comment 12 Comment by Ellie K on 03 Oct 12 at 6:17pm | Quote this comment
I watched the Newsround where it had the promotion about more healthy school dinners. It contained:
a headline, by line, an introduction with the 5W's, Persuasive vocabulary, EXCITING vocabulary, Quotes, summary with a look to the future and images. :lol:
Comment 13 Comment by Nelly P on 03 Oct 12 at 6:34pm | Quote this comment
I watched the one about the sun changing and I found:
1) An introduction telling you what it is going to be about.
2) Has sections with there own headings.
3) Quotations.
4) Shows you things people have e-mailed or posted in.
5) Normally a brief history of the subject.
Comment 14 Comment by Poppy F on 03 Oct 12 at 7:44pm | Quote this comment
I watched the clip about school dinners.It included places,time,video clips whilst reporting and also interviews,the 5ws,information about statistics,facts, figures and last of all twitter to get view points. They used graphics to show the twitter comments.I agreed with how small the school dinner portion was. :o
Comment 15 Comment by Mr Brooks on 04 Oct 12 at 4:37pm | Quote this comment
Well done all those who did the homework. Another one tomorrow!
Comment 16 Comment by Emily C on 04 Oct 12 at 4:46pm | Quote this comment
I watched space week (news round) it included technical vocabulary,5ws , facts,videos, and quotes. ;-)
Comment 17 Comment by Felix S on 04 Oct 12 at 4:46pm | Quote this comment
I whatch the one about half the great barrier reef being eaten by starfish.Ifound a headline relorical question 5w intro sections stistics facts and a summary . :roll:
Comment 18 Comment by Hannah D on 04 Oct 12 at 6:36pm | Quote this comment
I looked at boy survives deadly snake bite it included:
Photo of the snake,
summary,
5ws,
intro
and good facts. 8)
Comment 19 Comment by Hannah D on 05 Oct 12 at 6:40am | Quote this comment
i found:
photos,
good facts,
3 of the ws,
summary
and intro
Comment 20 Comment by Mr Brooks on 05 Oct 12 at 9:13pm | Quote this comment
Well done, all of you. Remember the feaures as we will be using them next week when reporting on the up-coming school elections. Hope you've lots of ideas for your campaigns.
Comment 21 Comment by Oliver H on 06 Oct 12 at 9:15am | Quote this comment
I found:
facts
intro
summery
photos
Comment 22 Comment by Matthew C on 06 Oct 12 at 1:02pm | Quote this comment
I watched a newsround report on space and found...

headlines
fact
photos
quotes
5 ws
questions
opinion
survey...
:D
Comment 23 Comment by Gwen T on 06 Oct 12 at 5:19pm | Quote this comment
I watch a clip from news round about space.I found : a headline,subheading,5w,quotes,pictures,facts,powerful connectives and adjectives,opinion and also it was in chronological order :P
Comment 24 Comment by Mr Brooks on 07 Oct 12 at 8:48am | Quote this comment
Quoting Oliver H:
I found:
facts
intro
summery
photos

What was the story about, Oliver?
Comment 25 Comment by Iris A on 07 Oct 12 at 9:39am | Quote this comment
I watched a piece of news about a boy discovering a wooly mamoth there was:
who,
what,
were,
when ,
why,
quotation and
headline. 8)
Comment 26 Comment by Rufus S on 07 Oct 12 at 4:28pm | Quote this comment
In the report that I found about the endangered species of spider was:
5 w's
Qoats
Headline
Intro
Draws you in
Facts and intervews...
Comment 27 Comment by millie mayer on 07 Oct 12 at 5:36pm | Quote this comment
I watched the piece of new on the Beatles 50th Anniversary.
Who = The Beatles
What = It was a World Record For the Largest Choir singing a round celebrating the Beatles Anniversary.
where = Liverpool, This was where the Beatles came from.
when = Last week
Why = To break a world record to celebrate the 50th Anniverary of their first song.Love Love Me Do.
head line.
Comment 28 Comment by Lucy B on 09 Oct 12 at 7:21pm | Quote this comment
I watched the Olympic's Equestrian Ben Maher I found:

Who-Ben Mayer (Equestrian)
What-Equstrian Competition who won a gold medal
Where-The Olympic's (in London)
When-Every 4 years
Why-To celebrate all the people who take part
Into,summery,picture.

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