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Tabloids vs Broadsheets
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Activity 6



Tabloids vs Broadsheets





The Daily Telegraph, July 2013.

The Sun, November 2017.

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  • catchy (adj.)
  • reliable /rɪˈlaɪəbəl/ (adj.)
  • sensational /sɛnˈsɛɪʃənəl/ (adj.)
  • tabloid (gutter press.) ≠ broadsheet /‘brɔːdʃiːt/
  • (serious press) (exp.)
  • cover = front page (n.)
  • gossip (n. ou v.)
  • headline (n.)
  • piece of news (n.)
  • create a buzz (v.)
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You are in charge of one cover.

1
What strikes you?


2
What can you say about the general organisation, the headlines and captions?


3
Is the newspaper a tabloid or a broadsheet? You can look for information on the Internet if necessary.
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Let's talk this out!

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PAIR WORK
MEDIATION

Share your findings with your classmates.

4
In which way are the two covers similar or different?


5
Which newspaper do you feel like reading?


Useful vocabulary:
At the top / bottom…
I like the headlines which reads “…”
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Grammar in progress

L’habitude (présent / passé)

Exercices p. 230 Précis grammatical p. 270
  • Dans le présent, on utilise le présent simple.
    Ex : I read the sun every day.
  • Au passé, on peut utiliser used to ou would.
    Ex : She used to come and watch the changing of the Guard ceremony once a week. She would always arrive in advance.
  • Adverbes exprimant l'habitude : usually, regularly…, once / twice a..., every day / week /…

Over to you!

Let’s gossip!

Let’s use what you have learnt in and / or !

The famous British tabloid The Sun has hired you to create their latest front cover on the Royal Family.

Be ready to present it. Tip: you can use Madmagz.com.
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