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TOTAL : 70 points Types of Articles: “How to” Make a rousing promise of success Describe what you need in easy to follow instructions Give step-by-step directions (sometimes with subtitles) Include shortcomings or warnings Tell how to locate supplies Give proofs and promises Make referrals to other sources Profile and Interview articles: Have different definitions. In a profile, you use additional sources, such as friends, family, kids, neighbors, colleagues. In a profile, you interview the source him or herself. Can have a theme or focus. Can be presented as a “Q & A” or a written article. Require strong interviewing skills for the “best” information The Exposé Examples: “Stephen King’s Ghostwriter Reveals Secret Writing Career” or “95% of Natalie Goldberg’s Writing is From a Ghostwriter!” Those aren’t actual feature articles — an expose is simply a type of magazine article . The exposé article: Shocks or surprises readers Includes statistics, quotes, anecdotes Can range from how extension cords can kill to new info on Watergate The Essay or Opinion Piece Examples: “What I Think of Natalie Goldberg’s Decision to Retire From Her Writing Career” or “Anne Lamott’s Writing Mistakes.” Essay or opinion articles: Usually revolve around an important or timely subject (if they’re to be published in a newspaper or “serious” magazine) Can be found on blogs all over the internet!
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  • Fall '12
  • KatelynnBubnis
  • Writing, It, magazine article, MARRIAGE MAGAZINE

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