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EDITORIAL WRITING Ms. MAYETTE P. PAYABAN Teacher I Mendez Crossing Elementary School Tagaytay District
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EDITORIAL WRITINGMs. MAYETTE P. PAYABAN

Teacher IMendez Crossing Elementary School

Tagaytay District

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SOLVE THIS PUZZLE

EDITORIAL WRITING

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What is EDITORIAL?

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Expression of FACTS and OPINION in a CONCISE, LOGICAL pleasing

order Analytical interpretation of significant, timely & relevant topic or issue Opinionated news article

Is meant to influence public opinion, promote critical thinking, & sometimes cause people to take action on a issue

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OBJECTIVES OF AN EDITORIALTo explain and interpret the news, to

put it in on its proper perspective, to analyze it, to draw conclusions from that analysis and

To persuade the readers to follow a course of action that the newspaper believes is for the public good regardless of party interests involved

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CHARACTERISTICS of EDITORIAL Must be FACTUAL Must be INTERESTING Must have a very CATCHY TITLE Must have a very STRIKING

BEGINNING Must have a very REMARKABLE ENDING Must be very TIMELY

Must INFLUENCE THE READERS Must NOT PREACH NOR MAKE

SERMON

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PARTS of

EDITORIAL PAGE

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EDITORIAL PROPER

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EDITORIAL COLUMN

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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MASTHEAD

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EDITORIAL CARTOON

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TYPES of

EDITORIALS

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TYPES of EDITORIALS EDITORIAL of INFORMATION EDITORIAL of INTERPRETATION EDITORIAL of ARGUMENTATION EDITORIAL of CRITICISM EDITORIAL of PERSUASION EDITORIAL of COMMENDATION EDITORIAL of SPECIAL OCCASSION EDITORIAL of ENTERTAINMENT

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PARTS of

EDITORIALS

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1. TITLE (catchy title)2. INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT (usually based on news

peg)3. THE BODY

(discuss opposing points of view,prove your position with supporting details)

4. CONCLUSIONprovide final appeal for the reader to agree to your opinion

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TIPS on

WRITING EDITORIALS

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Use the “WE” approach or the 3rd person, since it represents a group opinion Create the opinion from a NEWSPEG For controversial issues, presents both sides; take up the advantages and disadvantages Use beautiful but formal languages to influence and catch readers attention In choosing the topic, make sure it is the main headline or current issue Make a further research about the topic and show data and statistics to prove your side

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Put alternative solution to the problem or issue being criticized.

Use direct approach – opinion is given at the beginning, followed by supporting evidence and reasoning

Tie up your ending with that of the beginning paragraph

Both sides of the issue should be deeply understood before deciding which side to take and stand for

Always remember your AIM/GOAL is to effectively convince readers to be with the side of the news paper’s principle & opinion

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EXPRESS YOURSELF

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IN GENERAL, AN EDITORIAL SHOULD BE ORGANIZED IN 4 STEPS:

1. State the subject and your position on the subject in the introduction.

2. Discuss opposing points of view.

3. Prove your position with supporting details.

4. Draw a conclusion.

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The end.

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THANK YOU FOR

LISTENING!

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INDIVIDUAL OUTPUT*state your opinion about the visit of

Pres. Barrack Obama in the Philippines

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INDIVIDUAL OUTPUT1. Make an editorial of arguments

regarding the issue of Scarborough Shoal between Philippines and China.

2. Is multi-lingual Education the right solution to improve the quality of basic education in the country? (EDITORIAL PROPER)

3. Give your stand/opinion regarding the cancellation of domestic flights at NAIA due to air traffic/airport congestion.

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4. Is Department of Tourism’s “More Fun in the Philippines” campaign enough to entice tourists to the country?

5. Make an editorial of Special Occasion about the celebration of Labor Day.


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