The Independent The Times The Guardian The Sun The Daily Express The Daily Mirror The Daily Mail The Metro
intriguing headlines a weather forecast crossword puzzles celebrity gossip an article about politics
BroadsheetsTabloids 1.They are heavier.1.You can find jokes and crossword puzzles there. 2.Their information is always very reliable.2.Sometimes they dont check their information and get in trouble. 3.Business people start their days with them. 3.They publish a lot of photographs. 4.They always separate facts and comments. 4.They write a lot of celebrities and their secrets, scandals and private life. 5.They sometimes write about small unimportant but interesting events. 5.They publish horoscopes. 6.They publish the opinions of the best experts from all over the world/ 6.More people buy them. 7.One of their main topics is politics.7.They use intriguing headlines. 8.They never publish gossip.8.They have a weather forecast.
- If I need information about…, I look for it in the …(tabloids, broadsheets), because they write a lot about… Use the expressions:
1.Sort the newspapers according their format (broadsheets or tabloids). 2.Read the headlines. 3.Look the photos. 4.Read some articles more attentively.
Step 1. Finding information. Step 2. Comparing and analysing information. Step 3. Defending your position. Step 4. Making conclusions. Step 5. Using practical knowledge.