Identifying Features of Broadsheets and Tabloids
Students identify which features are typically found in broadsheets and tabloids.
Here is the completed table for page two of the task (PDF, with space for students to write further details/examples), a copy of which is below.
In this quiz, you will be shown the front page of a selection of newspapers and you must select whether you think the page is from a broadsheet or tabloid. Then, you must identify the highlighted parts of newspapers, and decide if some text/images appeared in a broadsheet or tabloid publication. There are 20 questions and 5 marks for each correct answer.
Please use a nickname/pseudonym, as this will appear along with your result on the list of responses which is accessible below. Lower/upper case will not affect the marks, but spelling and spaces will have an impact.
Once you have submitted your answers, click here to view your result on the list of responses (please allow a few minutes for your name and result to appear).
Answers can be found by selecting the hidden text below.
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