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Row 1, Col 1 What part of the newspaper would you find a book or movie review? What is A&E = Arts & Entertainment section.
1,2 What part of the paper would you find short articlesmaybe an article about a new teacher? What is the 2 nd page – briefs.
1,3 Questions that require a yes/no answer only. What are close ended questions?
1,4 The right of administrators/school boards to control content in school publications in K – 12 schools. What is censorship?
2,1 What do we call the wording within an advertisement? What are slogans?
2,2 What do we call reporting on players of the week of personality features with a set of questions that are the same? What are profiles.
2,3 When reportingQuestions that require more than a yes/no answer and are usually narrative in nature. What are open ended questions?
2,4 What is an article called that expresses YOUR opinion? Commentary/editorial
3,1 How do you hook your reader? What is a lead/lede.
3,2 What do you call a page in a printed paper that is one sheet across. Its usually in the middle of the printed section of the paper. What is a double truck.
3,3 Short bits of information that are provided on sidebars or as complimentary elements to the content on the page. What are quick reads?
3,4 Controls the use of intellectual property and protects the rights of those that created certain information. What is copyright?
4,1 What do you need in articles that we call the QT formula? What are quotes and transitional sentences.
4,2 We begin the first sentence of a caption in what tense? What is present tense.
4,3 Small boxes that act as units of measure in design. What are picas?
4,4 A word, name, symbol, device, or combination of used to identify a product. What is a logo?
5,1 We often use.gifs in newspaper to do what? What is advertise.
5,2 If you go outside the pink margins in InDesign your text will be what? What is cut off.
5,3 The largest photo on the page that draws the attention of the audience. What is the dominant photo?
5,4 False, printed statement attacking a persons name or reputation. What is libel?
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