Order of facts II

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In this second lesson on the order of facts, we discuss how a journalist might place facts that seem important in the heading and opening lines, but, as we read on in the article, we see that the story is largely made up of trivia (unimportant details) that are not particularly newsworthy. You could find other similar examples in the gossip sections of popular magazines or tabloid newspapers. It would be worth discussing these in the same way as the article in the lesson was discussed.
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