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Small Business Resource Power Point Series Writing Winning Headlines The Importance of Headlines There’s no doubt headlines are one of the most important ...  Down

Headlines - UHCL-McGrath.ppt

Headlines The proper care and ... (can scan page and choose what they really want to read.); ... If a story is funny, feel free to take that next flight to fancy ...  Down

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do you see titles, charts, photos, captions, headlines, ... TYPES OF INFORMATIONAL TEXT ... as they skim and scan Subheadings navigate through ...   Down

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    ... do you see titles, charts, photos, captions, headlines, ... TYPES OF INFORMATIONAL TEXT ... as they skim and scan Subheadings navigate through …

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    Microcontent – or the headlines ... Shot Explanatory Scannable Context-free List ... Make the first word the most important one to help readers scan ...

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    There are also lots of free sites (see our free stock photos page), ... Most people use a news feeders like News Gator to scan blog headlines.

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    Why is it important to have a free press in a ... Bias by headline Many people read only the headlines of a news item. Most people scan nearly all the headlines ...

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    Some Facts About Reading Americans’ average reading level: 8th-9th grade. 1 in 5 people read at 5th grade or below. Almost 2 in 5 older (65+) Americans and inner ...

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