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Behind the Headlines

Downloadable resources

Annotated front pages

Our annotated Guardian and Observer front pages are regularly updated to reflect current news events and help bring news vocabulary to life.

We also have a resource for GCSE Media Studies that examines 12 front pages from The Observer's history.

Newspaper writing and design

To help you support your students with writing news articles or creating newspapers, we have a concise sheet of guidance for writing news stories, a poster on the structure of a news story and the 5Ws of journalism, a worksheet where students can choose what pictures should accompany different headlines, and a resource for sixth form students learning to identify the parts of a feature.

News media vocabulary

Do your students struggle to remember the correct terminology when talking about news? These single-page factfiles are great for supporting students with news and newspaper vocabulary.

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