A worksheet for students to practice reading headlinesSugerencia de uso
1. Download the file and make copies for students. If possible, use a black marker to cover the actual headline at the bottom of the page.
2. Ask students who Justin Bieber, Ellen Degeneres, and Charlie Sheen are . If they don’t know some of them, tell them briefly they are actors and what they are famous for or any other piece of information you have to share.
3. Tell students they are going to read some news about these famous people and write a headline for each piece of news. If you do not want students to see the actual headline, use the black marker suggested in 1, or you can leave it but tell students to write a different headline.
4. Read the news and help with vocabulary.
5. Suggest students to underline key words and /or pieces of information to help them understand the news easily.
6. Invite students to write the headline and offer help as needed.
7. Ask students to sit with another student and read their headlines, make suggestions and help each other.
8. Ask students to share with the class their headlines and write on the board the top 5 headlines the class voted for.
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