3.en.94 Media: headlines photos and captions. “Taliban kill head of Afghan girl’s school”

This last term, we are following current news  and reading newspaper articles. We have already worked on a piece of news taken from the digital edition of El País in English. and you  are currently working on headlines of your choice, taken from the same source.

Today, I have chosen a news story from The Guardian. I did so, in order to analyse the headline, the photo and its caption. My choice was also guided because this year, we went to several talks  at La Caixa where you learnt  about what to live in Afghanistan is like. I’m sure that now, when you read a piece of news about this country, you  surely remember Monica Bernabe and Ramon Lobo’s experiences and Skateistan skate park initiative, don’t you? We devoted several posts in this blog to them.  

Well, unfortunately gloomy news keep on making the headlines. Look at this one from the Guardian. You can read the same story covered by El País. By clicking on the links, you can read the whole story. 

  • What’s characteristic of headlines?
  • Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
  • does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
  • Is the headline catchy?
  • Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
  • who signs the piece of news?
  • Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
  • Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
  • What about the photograph chosen?
  • who is the protagonist of the story?
  • Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?

What would have happened if you had looked up the word “head” in a dictionary and had read only the first meaning of the word?

How many different meanings do yo have to look at until you actually find one that fits ?

Look at  dictionary reference.com. We need to scroll down until we get to (5)

 Now, let’s analyse further information

Which section of the newspaper is the news from?

  • What is Reuters?
  • See what happens if you click on “Article history”
  • What kind of information appears in the new box? 
  • Is it a helpful tool? Why?
  • You have to print the whole article and bring it to class, as you did with the one about Lorca’s earthquake. We’ll analyse together. 
  • Digital editions usually give you the option of a printable version of the article. Click here to access the printable one
Now, compare the headlines in the Guadian with the headline from   El País coverage of the same piece of news. 
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30 Respostes to “3.en.94 Media: headlines photos and captions. “Taliban kill head of Afghan girl’s school””

  1. tatidt Says:

    What’s characteristic of headlines?
    They tell you in a very (very very very) sumarized way what the story is about.

    Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    I don’t know.

    does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No, because the verb is in infinitive.

    Is the headline catchy?
    Yes.

    Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    It doesn’t say it.

    who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody

    Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    Yes

    Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes

    What about the photograph chosen?
    I think it isn’t the appropiate.

    who is the protagonist of the story?
    A headmaster that was killed because of giving lessons to girls.

    Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    I think they could put a photo like that: In the front some Taliban people holding guns, at the back a corpse, the one of the headmaster, but without blood, and behind him a school with the girl of the original photo trough the window

  2. tatidt Says:

    Which section of the newspaper is the news from?
    It’s from “World News”

    What is Reuters?
    It’s a news paper from U.S.

    See what happens if you click on “Article history”
    A little box comes.

    What kind of information appears in the new box?
    It says when was the article published and some strange numbers that are probably hours.

    Is it a helpful tool? Why?
    For me it isn’t. Because you already know when the article was published, and it would be better to write a summary about the new.

  3. Love Says:

    What’s characteristic of headlines?
    That they tell u very very shortly the content of the news.
    Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    I do not know,
    Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No, the verb is in infinitiv.
    Is the headline catchy?
    Yes, and it must be.
    Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    The unique informatin is this: guardian.co.uk © Guardian News and Media Limited 2011.
    Who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.
    Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    Yes, because it says very clearly and shortly wht happen.
    Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes, they anwser: what, why, where…
    What about the photograph chosen?
    I think it is not good, it don’t look like the best for the article.
    Who is the protagonist of the story?
    A teacher that was killed, because he teach to girls.
    Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    Yes, the talibans with guns, pointing the teacher while he is teaching to the girls.

  4. Daryl Jade Says:

    ·The characteristic of the headline tell an information summarized.
    ·I do not know.
    ·No, because the verb is in infinitive.
    ·Yes, It is.
    ·It comes from a correspondant.
    ·G. Higueras
    ·Yes, because tells you about the news.
    ·Yes, it is.
    ·I think that is a good one, because it has a relationship of the news.
    ·The protagonist is the teacher.
    ·A photo that appears the teacher on the floor dead in a classroom.

  5. emil7234 Says:

    -What’s characteristic of headlines?
    They summarise the article and they have any verb.
    -Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verb.
    -Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No, it doesn’t follow grammar conventions.
    -Is the headline catchy?
    I think yes.
    -Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondent?
    It comes from the journalist that are assigned to the territory where is happened the fact.
    -Who signs the piece of news?
    The author that wrote the new.
    -Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    No, in only anticipate the most important things.
    -Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    I think yes.
    -What about the photograph chosen?
    It must be related with the story.
    -Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The passive subject is the teacher and the active is the Taliban.
    -Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    I think it will be better a image with Taliban shooting.
    Which section of the newspaper is the news from?
    It’s from society.

    -What is Reuters?
    It’s a U.S newspaper.
    -See what happens if you click on “Article history”
    It show a box that say :This article was published on guardian.co.uk at 10.55 BST on Wednesday 25 May 2011. A version appeared in the Guardian on Thursday 26 May 2011. It was last modified at 11.13 BST on Wednesday 25 May 2011.
    -What kind of information appears in the new box?
    An information that explain when was published the article.
    -Is it a helpful tool? Why?
    Yes, because we can understand when it was published.

  6. philline Says:

    What’s characteristic of headlines?
    – They doesn’t have verbs.
    Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    – The verb.
    does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    – No.
    Is the headline catchy?
    – Yes.
    Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?

    who signs the piece of news?
    – Nobody.
    Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    – Yes.
    Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    – Yes.
    What about the photograph chosen?
    – I dont think it’s the right one for the article.
    who is the protagonist of the story?
    – The teacher.
    Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    – Talibans with guns pointing to the tacher.

    What is Reuters?
    – It’s a news paper from U.S
    See what happens if you click on “Article history”
    What kind of information appears in the new box?
    – It says where the article was published and when they modified it.
    Is it a helpful tool? Why?
    – I dont think so, not everyone is interested to know that information.

  7. andrea199762 Says:

    1. The characteristic of the headline tell an information summarized.
    2. I do not know.
    3. No, because the verb is in infinitive.
    4. Yes.
    5. It doesn’t say it.
    6. Nobody.
    7. Yes.
    8. I think yes.
    9. I think it isn’t the appropiate.
    10. A headmaster that was killed because of giving lessons to girls.
    11. The passive subject is the teacher and the active is the Taliban.
    12. I think they could put a photo like that: In the front some Taliban people holding guns, at the back a corpse, the one of the headmaster, but without blood, and behind him a school with the girl of the original photo trough the window.

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    1. It’s from “World News”
    2. It’s a news paper from U.S.
    3. A little box comes.
    4. Not everyone is interested to know that information.

  8. xiskete Says:

    1- The characteristic of the headlineis that summarize the new and usually no have verb.
    2- I don’t know.
    3- No because the verb is in infinitive.
    4- Yes.
    5- The reporter.
    6- Nobody.
    7- Yes.
    8- Yes.
    9- I think that is a good photograph.
    10- The teacher and the Talibans.
    11- I think that a good one is the talibans shooting the teacher and then other the classroom with the teacher dead.

    • xiskete Says:

      1- It’s from “World News”
      2- It show a box that say :This article was published on Wednesday 25 May 2011. It was last modified at 11.13 BST on Wednesday 25 May 2011.
      3- Is information of the article.
      4- Yes because you have more details.

  9. guillemfurio Says:

    •What’s characteristic of headlines?
    The characteristic is that they don’t have verbs.

    •Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verb

    •Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No

    •Is the headline catchy?
    Yes, they have to be catchy

    •Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    An agency, like EFE.

    •Who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody

    •Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    Yes

    •Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes

    •What about the photograph chosen?
    Is photo that reflect the article.

    •Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The teacher

    •What is Reuters?
    It’s a newspaper.

    •See what happens if you click on “Article history”
    It show to you a box that say :This article was published on Wednesday 25 May

    •What kind of information appears in the new box?
    The day that was published the article.

    •Is it a helpful tool? Why?
    Yes because you discover if is a new or and old article.

  10. Pilar Says:

    1. What’s characteristic of headlines?
    They doesn’t have verbs and they tell you in a very very sumarized way what the story is about.
    2. Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verb.
    3. Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No.
    4. Is the headline catchy?
    Yes.
    5. Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    It doesn’t say it.
    6. Who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.
    7. Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    Yes.
    8. Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes.
    9. What about the photograph chosen?
    I think it isn’t the appropiate.
    10. Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The teacher.
    11. Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    Talibans with guns pointing to the teacher.

    • Pilar Says:

      1.Which section of the newspaper is the news from?
      It’s from “World News”.
      2.What is Reuters?
      It’s a news paper from U.S.
      3.See what happens if you click on “Article history”
      A little box comes.
      4.What kind of information appears in the new box?
      It says when was the article published and some strange numbers that are probably hours.
      5.Is it a helpful tool? Why?
      I think no. Because not everyone is interested to know that information.

  11. Peptoni Font Says:

    1. What’s characteristic of headlines?
    The headline don’t have verbs
    2. Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verb.
    3. Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No.
    4. Is the headline catchy?
    Yes.
    5. Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    The reporter is G. HIGUERAS
    6. who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.
    7. Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    It gives you the most important information, but not all.
    8.Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes.
    9. What about the photograph chosen?
    I think that not it’s the right one for the article.
    10. who is the protagonist of the story?
    The teacher
    11. Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    Talibans with guns pointing to the tacher.

    • Peptoni Font Says:

      1. Which section of the newspaper is the news from?
      It is from “World News”.
      2. What is Reuters?
      It is a new paper from US.
      3. See what happens if you click on “Article history”
      It show a box that say :This article was published on Wednesday 25 May 2011.
      4. What kind of information appears in the new box?
      It says when was the article published and some strange numbers that are probably hours.
      5. Is it a helpful tool? Why?
      For me it isn’t. Because you already know when the article was published.

  12. angelblanchvallespir Says:

    1)What’s characteristic of headlines?
    It is that they don’t include verbs.
    2)Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verbs.
    3)Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No.
    4)Is the headline catchy?
    Yes, they must to be catchy.
    5)Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    An agency, like EFE.
    6)Who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.
    7)Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    Yes.
    8)Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes.
    9)What about the photograph chosen?
    It is a very adecuatly photo.
    10)Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The teacher
    11)What is Reuters?
    It’s a newspaper.
    12)See what happens if you click on “Article history”
    It shows to you a box that say :This article was published on Wednesday 25 May
    13)What kind of information appears in the new box?
    The day that was published the article.
    14)Is it a helpful tool? Why?
    Yes because you discover if is a new or and old article.

  13. sarah789 Says:

    What’s characteristic of headlines?
    -They show you a summary of the content of the news.
    Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    -The verb is omitted.
    Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    -No.
    Is the headline catchy?
    -I think yes.
    Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    -It doesn’t say it.
    Who signs the piece of news?
    -Nobody signs it.
    Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    -Not all the information.
    Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    -Yes.
    What about the photograph chosen?
    -I think is perfect for the article.
    Who is the protagonist of the story?
    -I think the teacher.
    Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    -The teacher killed in a classroom by the talibans.
    _______________________________________________
    What is Reuters?
    -It’s a newspaper.
    See what happens if you click on “Article history”
    -Appears a little box.
    What kind of information appears in the new box?
    -When the article was published.
    Is it a helpful tool? Why?
    -No, because a date and time is not important in the article.

  14. jlny7288 Says:

    1. What’s characteristic of headlines?
    Headlines are sentences within verbs.
    2. Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verbs.
    3. Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No.
    4. Is the headline catchy?
    Yes.
    5. Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    From an agency.
    6. Who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.
    7. Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    Yes, it give us an idea.
    8. Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes.
    9. What about the photograph chosen?
    The girl looks very sad.
    10. Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The teacher and the talibans.
    11. Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    Talibans holding guns.

    • jlny7288 Says:

      12. What is Reuters?
      It’s a newspaper from USA
      13. See what happens if you click on “Article history”
      It shows a box that say :This article was published on guardian.co.uk at 10.55 BST on Wednesday 25 May 2011. A version appeared in the Guardian on Thursday 26 May 2011. It was last modified at 11.13 BST on Wednesday 25 May 2011.
      14. What kind of information appears in the new box?
      The date, when the article was published .
      15. Is it a helpful tool? Why?
      Yes, because you can know the date when the article was published.

  15. Zandalie Says:

    What’s characteristic of headlines?
    The headlines tell you very abbreviated the story.
    Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verb.
    does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No, it doesn’t follow grammar conventions.
    Is the headline catchy?
    Yes, is very very carchy, I like it.
    Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    It comes from the journalist that are assigned to the territory.
    who signs the piece of news?
    Who wrote the new.
    Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    no, but gives you an idea of what the story it’s about.
    Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    I think yes.
    What about the photograph chosen?
    It has to be connected with the history
    who is the protagonist of the story?
    Jan Mohammad, the principal.
    Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    I think it would be better the Afgan girls in the principal entrance of the school.

    What is Reuters?
    It’s a newspaper from U.S.
    See what happens if you click on “Article history”
    What kind of information appears in the new box?
    It says where the article was published and when they modified it.
    Is it a helpful tool? Why?
    I think no.

  16. neusr Says:

    •What’s characteristic of headlines?
    it hasn’t got verbs.
    •Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    the verbs.
    •does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    no.
    •Is the headline catchy?
    yes.
    •Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?

    •who signs the piece of news?
    nobody.
    •Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    yes,but it isn’t say all the information.
    •Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    yes.
    •What about the photograph chosen?
    it is a good photo.
    •who is the protagonist of the story?
    the teacher.
    •Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    the talibans with guns.

    • neusr Says:

      •What is Reuters?
      it is a newspaper from USA.
      •See what happens if you click on “Article history”
      •What kind of information appears in the new box?
      when was published the article.
      •Is it a helpful tool? Why?
      no.

  17. claudiapg Says:

    1. What’s characteristic of headlines?
    Sometimes headlines didn’t have verbs.
    2. Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verb.
    3. Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No.
    4. Is the headline catchy?
    Yes.
    5. Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    I think that it comes from the journalist of an agency.
    6. Who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.
    7. Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    Yes, give us an idea.
    8. Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes.
    9. What about the photograph chosen?
    I think the photo is chosen correctly.
    10. Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The Talibans and the teacher.
    11. Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    I think another photo can be a girls school fire.

  18. juditell Says:

    1. Didn’t have verbs
    2. The verbs
    3. No
    4. Yes
    5. From an agency
    6. Yes
    7. I think yes
    8. Yes
    9. I like the photograph, is vey good
    10. The talibans and the teacher
    _______________________________________________
    What is Reuters?
    Reuteres it ‘s a newspaper
    See what happens if you click on “Article history”
    If you click on “Article history”, appears a little box
    What kind of information appears in the new box?
    The information that appears is when the article was published
    Is it a helpful tool? Why?
    No, because a date and time is not important in the article.

  19. gabriel384 Says:

    1.What’s characteristic of headlines?
    Sometimes headlines didn’t have verbs.

    2.Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verbs.

    3.Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No.

    4. Is the headline catchy?
    Yes.

    5. Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    The reporter is G. HIGUERAS

    6. Who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.

    7. Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    It gives you the most important information, but not all.

    8.Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes.

    9.What about the photograph chosen?
    I think that the photograph capted the essence of the news.

    10.Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The Talibans and the teacher.

    11.Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?

    Talibans with guns.

  20. Rodrigo Deus Says:

    What’s characteristic of headlines?
    The characteristic is that they don’t have verbs.

    Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verb.

    Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No.

    Is the headline catchy?
    Yes.

    Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    From an agency.

    Who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.

    Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    Not all the information.

    Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes.

    What about the photograph chosen?
    I think the photo is chosen correctly.

    Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The Talibans and the teacher.

    Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    Talibans holding guns.

  21. pepe1997 Says:

    1-What’s characteristic of headlines?
    It is that they don’t include verbs.
    2-Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verb
    3-Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No
    4-Is the headline catchy?
    -I think yes.
    5-Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    From an agency.
    6-Who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.
    7-Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    Yes.
    8-Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes
    9-What about the photograph chosen?
    It’s a good photo.
    10-Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The teacher.
    11-Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    Talibans holding guns.

  22. miguelinramonllull Says:

    1)What’s characteristic of headlines?
    They doesn’t have verbs.
    2)Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verb.
    3) Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No.
    4) Is the headline catchy?
    I think yes.
    5) Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    From an agency.
    6) Who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.
    7) Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    Yes.
    8) Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes
    9) What about the photograph chosen?
    It’s a good photo.
    10) Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The teacher.
    11) Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    Talibans holding guns.

  23. miguelinramonllull Says:

    1) What is Reuters?
    An U.S newspaper.
    2) See what happens if you click on “Article history”
    It show a box that say :This article was published on guardian.co.uk at 10.55 BST on Wednesday 25 May 2011. A version appeared in the Guardian on Thursday 26 May 2011. It was last modified at 11.13 BST on Wednesday 25 May 2011.
    3) What kind of information appears in the new box?
    An information that explain when was published the article.
    4) Is it a helpful tool? Why?
    Yes. Because we can understand when it was published.

  24. idaira Says:

    What’s characteristic of headlines?
    It is that they don’t include verbs.
    Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verb.
    Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No.
    Is the headline catchy?
    Yes, because they show you a summary of the content of the news.
    Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    From an agency
    Who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.
    Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    Yes.
    Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes.
    What about the photograph chosen?
    I think is perfect for the article.
    Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The teacher.
    Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    Taliban shoot the teacher and the children crying.

  25. aina tous Says:

    1. What’s characteristic of headlines?
    The headline don’t have verbs and summary the new.
    2. Which part of the sentence is omitted , if any?
    The verb.
    3. Does the sentence follow grammar conventions?
    No, it doesn’t
    4. Is the headline catchy?
    Yes, it is catchy.
    5. Where does the piece of news come from? an agency? a correspondant?
    The news come from a reporter, he is G. HIGUERAS
    6. who signs the piece of news?
    Nobody.
    7. Does the headline anticiparte all the information you’ll find in the article?
    It gives you the most important things, but not all.
    8.Do the headline and caption answer most “WH” questions?
    Yes, it do.
    9. What about the photograph chosen?
    I like, because it doesn’t make an impact.
    10. Who is the protagonist of the story?
    The head of the school.
    11. Can you think of other photos other than the one chosen that would have changed our perception of the news story: The teacher killed, talibans holding guns, a classroom…?
    The corpse of the teacher.
    _______________________________________________
    1. Which section of the newspaper is the news from?
    It’s from the “World News”.
    2. What is Reuters?
    It is a new paper from the USA.
    3. See what happens if you click on “Article history”
    It shows you a box that says :This article was published on Wednesday 25 May 2011.
    4. What kind of information appears in the new box?
    In the box the information says when the article was published and some numbers
    5. Is it a helpful tool? Why?
    I think it is because it gives the reader usefull information.


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