Make sure your newspaper includes: A Masthead A Headline A Byline Columns Look at your local newspaper and examine the layout carefully. You will want to use it as a model. Your newspaper can be dated either in the past or in the future. However, the theme of wealth and poverty should be clearly apparent to the reader. You will need at two pages to lay out all of the required articles. Your newspaper must contain these items: 2 Advertisements, each 50-100 words 1 Satirical Essay 100-200 words 1 Opinion Piece 100-200 words 3 Articles about local, national, and international news events, each 50-100 words Your advertisements must be original. Please do not copy and paste advertisements directly from the Internet. Design your own.
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You may use the graphic organizer you have completed for this unit to write your satirical essay. Good humor counts! Your opinion piece must reflect the theme of wealth and poverty. It must also state a clear opinion. Your articles may reflect a real life event or they may be completely fictional just written like a standard newspaper article which answers the questions: who, what, when, where and why. You may use the columns feature in MS Word to create newspaper columns. If you are more experienced, you may also try your hand at using MS Publisher which is a popular desktop publishing program. There are tutorials available for using both of these programs on the internet.