Writing a feature lede
But many Muslims believe that it is forbidden for an unmarried man and woman to meet in private. It's right. It's so funny.
Anecdotal lead examples
Literary Allusion: Relates a person or event to some character or event in literature. It's so funny. It was and the Dallas Cowboys were making good use out of an end-around play to Frank Clarke, averaging 17 yards every time a young coach named Tom Landry pulled it out of his expanding bag of tricks. He decked the woman at the counter, and in the ensuing melee, he was shot by a security guard. Tony Rogers has an M. Your fellow students look to your work to help them understand the nuances of the environments they inhabit, and to accurately represent their experiences and views. Contact them early, and often. It's right. A nut graph can be a single paragraph or more. Obviously, your story will be grounded by your familiarity with your own school.
Over and over. Start writing anything. Using an emotional appeal will make it even better. Mencher wrote this book for aspiring journalists, but his advice is followed by nonfiction writers everywhere. Ask a friend, teacher, editor or fellow reporter to read through your story and tell you what else he or she would want to know.
Be clear and succinct. Another great example of an anecdote lede from Growthlab. Your fellow students look to your work to help them understand the nuances of the environments they inhabit, and to accurately represent their experiences and views.
The Quote: A quote is a great way to immerse the reader into your article. What's surprising?
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