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Activity Time: 15 Minutes
Materials required: One newspaper for every two – three students, White label stickers (one for each group).
Number of students: 10 (You could use less)
Skills practiced: Reading and writing.
Level: Intermediate and above
1. Before class look through the newspaper. Find one article that interests you. On a label write rough instructions as to what the article is about and where it is located in the newspaper. Affix this to the front of the newspaper.
2. Give each group of students a newspaper. Ask them to browse the newspaper and find an article that interests them. Ask them to fill in the label with a brief description and and rough location of the text. Tell them to keep a note of the page location of the text.
3. When all groups have completed task two. Get students to swap newspapers and each group try and find the other groups articles, and then they write the page location. Whatever group finds all the articles first is the winner.
4. Check the winning groups answers.
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