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  • Current Events
  • Journalism
  • 3-6

OUTCOMES - Students will:

  • Explore news appeal by choosing a story for someone else to read
  • Consider how they respond to the news they read
  • Think like a journalist and craft good questions
  • Contemplate how to best share the news on social media

Note: This activity can also be done in the News History Gallery at the Newseum or online using the Newseum's Today's Front Pages, which displays hundreds of front pages from around the world daily.

This activity was created in partnership with the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA). 

  • World Reporter Passport

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