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7.3 | Headlines. STEP 1 – LEARN & PRACTICE Watch the 1, 2, 3 Headlines video on Yearbook Avenue Digital Classroom>Videos>Journalism> 1, 2, 3 Headlines.

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1 7.3 | Headlines

2 STEP 1 – LEARN & PRACTICE Watch the 1, 2, 3 Headlines video on Yearbook Avenue Digital Classroom>Videos>Journalism> 1, 2, 3 Headlines Look at the following headline examples from yearbooks and magazines and determine the headline strategy used. Notice the sub-headlines used to explain the headline in each example.

3 HEADLINE STYLES Hammer Descriptive multi-line secondary headline is below primary headline Kicker Tripod Wicket

4 HEADLINE STYLES Hammer Descriptive multi-line secondary headline is below primary headline Kicker Descriptive single-line secondary headline is above primary headlin e Tripod Wicket

5 HEADLINE STYLES Hammer Descriptive multi-line secondary headline is below primary headline Kicker Descriptive single-line secondary headline is above primary headlin e Tripod Descriptive multi-line secondary headline is next to primary headline Wicket

6 HEADLINE STYLES Hammer Descriptive multi-line secondary headline is below primary headline Kicker Descriptive single-line secondary headline is above primary headlin e Tripod Descriptive multi-line secondary headline is next to primary headline Wicket Descriptive multi-line secondary headline is above primary headline

7 Headline Strategy: Hammer Descriptive multi-line secondary headline is below primary headline Mountain Vista High School [CO]

8 Headline Strategy: Tripod Descriptive multi-line secondary headline is next to primary headline Bryant High School [AR]

9 HEADLINE STRATEGIES Play on words Cliché Verbal/visual connection Alliteration

10 Headline Strategy: pun

11 Headline Strategy: alliteration

12 Headline Strategy: pun Headline Strategy: rhyming Glenbrook South High School [IL]

13 Headline Strategy: pun Edmond Santa Fe High School [OK]

14 Headline Strategy: play on words Kirkwood High School [MO]

15 STEP 2 - USE Use Start Right Handout Heads Up Headline Writing to craft headlines using the dominant photo or practice using one of the following photos. You may look online for word combinations or use a thesaurus to look for alternate meanings.

16 Using the Head’s Up worksheet, brainstorm a headline that would work on a spread on which this is the dominant photo. Mackenzie Phillips, Texas High School [TX]

17 Optional: continue practicing using the Head’s Up worksheet to brainstorm a headline that would work on a spread on which this is the dominant photo. Owen Barrett, Sonoma Valley High School [CA]

18 Optional: continue practicing using the Head’s Up worksheet to brainstorm a headline that would work on a spread on which this is the dominant photo. Kyle Burnett, Franklin High School [TX]


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