KLAU > Analysing a news paper article > Author, Litle, date, place > type of newspaper : > choice types of article : > intention : > Structure : > ·languge: R of words : · Newspaper ma news report headline news stery influence criticise choice tabloid ↑ (popular press) letter to the editor inform. entertain easy language. emotional language technical terms formal / informal the call fer action or reader words Lone (news report, news story, review) (news story, column (editorial) (letter to the editor, line of argument. train of thoughts (Gemaatian gaung) structure itself of stylistic devices (if there style and ( influence zeczys editorial (newspapers opinion) column (author's opinion) Groadsheet 个 (quality press) review (review, letter to the editor, column, clitoral) column, editorial) не reacher) Ú any) concluded KLAUSUR 1. Listening Comprehension 11. newspaper article 1.) Summary ( + inkl. Einleihtungssatz) 11.) analysis (Einleitung mit Bezug zur Aufgabenstellung) III. broad sheet us. tabloid type of article > Aufgaben stellung beachten! "Eigener structure / train of thought language / choice of words 1 style and tone Text" 2.B comment Oder tetter to the editor KLAUGUR -Tabloid newspaper or broadsheet news paper? > big headlines > tabloid newspaper interesting colous/photographs • content is not mainly on serious issues. > The content is full of entertaining /fascinating stories about celebrates / other figures > contain a lot of scandalous stories > Stones = sensational lang lage = Gimple and colloquial > less educated people > readers are ordonay people. > creates suspence > emotions / emotional > biased (unfair language ( love, murder,...) or against someone or something) > 'popular press →> gossip etc. > extreme presentations → A smaller than standard newspaper which focus on less. "serios" content, espacially celebraties, sports, and sensationalizz crime stories Tabloid · Mix fact and...
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emotion •Ghorter sentences. • Use Giased and emotional language • Stories are mixed together ·less are mixed voculaby • Focus on famous people, private lives and Scandal > more serious stories > readers are more broadsheet news paper > stones are concise and straight to > formal language. > they often contain more > more serious topics / stories. > taken more seriously by the general public. > many Groad sheet focus on politics etc. > for educated people no emotions an educated readership. > Politics linternational news. Divided into > more objective > • fractual and technical terms. > usually states where informations and Broadsheet More fact than emotion Conger sentences Unbiased and clear language news stories Complicated Vocabulary Fouus on major international events. A standard or full sized newspaper that takes a serious look at major clear situations content the point national and datas are from KLAUGUR Type of newspaper article News report: short article > who? what? when? where? Editonal/ Colemu: > > essential information in the first paragraph. sless important details, figures, statements etc. Que in the following paragraphs > about a recent > column: expresses the views and opinions > editorial: news paper's position. jounalist's opinion Non-fictional text types: > main focus > sometimes. Text types event presenting Jaces only on > use fictional elements to make > impertant on curent events the ceasur a more interesting read to understand the purpose of the text. News story / Jeature story: longer article > provides analysis and background information. > how the author giving truthfull information about facts and opinions to influence > Story-like introduction Feature stories, personal /emotional style to arouse Letter to the > Letter > starts > often written to information or what effect it should have on the reader about a recent event editor: written with by readers to give personal opinion criticise the paper to incorrect Views 'Dear Sir/Dear Madam 1 uses a particular statue, language and style to archieve this > expository text →→ news article / report, essay, interview, scientific paper,... > descriptive text → feature story, biography, Ecavel, writing...... argum imensive / persualive texts →→ argementive essay, comment, editional leader, letter to the editor, review, speech,.. > instructive text →→→ manual, recipe..... Sympathy purpase one-sidedh KLAUGUR The article) was written by in (source) on It shows / deals with I provides insight into..... willing to (date) > Prime > > Cameron BREXIT > "British exit" = decision of the United Kingdom to leave → Why is the UK leaving? A public vote- called when voters were ashed one in the EU other were vote I > The leave side won by nearly 52% to > crises (financial crisis 2008/ refugee crisis 2014) people who about this Minister the UK should stay wan and published a referencium new concerned for the Cameron politicains promoted ⇒ nearly 52% > consequences :· British Pointed was held on Thursday 23 June 2016 question- wether the UK should leave or stay David Cameron in the the election → Broadsheet newspaper article > objective style; avoiding strong adjectives right parties > clear to the point, no repititions > uses data, examples, quotes from illustrate or prove facts. of the population announced to 48% (conservatee Party) experts, to hael to his EU to win promised the situation were do the leave the UG voted to the EU dropped (6x 10%.) resignation treaties (Verträge) were these do so needed сересапали tabloid newspaper article > narrative style: Uvid descriptions of events > often mixes facts and opinions > emotive/exaggerated language: eg. adjectives, colloquial language news paper comment + eclit Orial > clear, concrise style > uses valid arguments > choice of words indicating paise ( criticism >fequent use of contrast, comparison, chetorical questions etc. refarencum wether voters. even though he was against leaving KLAUGUR BREXIT con / remain > greater influence over international matters as a memb of the EU indipendent seat at the World Trade Organis > A union equipped Britain to tackle threats to security, including control of its laws and regulations, cross-boader > • European businesses invest billions of pounds in the Uke every year, without the risk of having conterintuitive Europien policies forcefully imposedl both in the public sector and private sector > Britains demestic security could benefit from full borever controls, > EU membership provided uncestricted access which it would hope to gain outside the EU > EU membership fees could be repurposed issures that matter most to people in the UK Membership of the EU cepe Britain from fully capitalising on such as Japan, India and the s grow trade with other major economies. are linked to the EU US Jobs > The averige person in Britain lower prices of goods and pro / leave > Continued EU membership would've limited Britain's international influence, culing out an > Britain will have more. > Improved glosal trade agreements and more gration could have a positive effect on the British jos market > no control over before immigration and spent on from other selective EU member immi- states terrorism and to the European single market, which was invaluable for trade and enables the easy movement of goods, services and people accoss member states > Free trade within the EU reduced red tape and enabled. companies to crime > Visa-less and could be put at rish saved hundreds each year to service facilitated by the EU trade across the EU