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What's News?

1. What is the name of the newspaper?
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2. What language is it written in?
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3. How often is it published?
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4. Is it published in the United States or elsewhere? If elsewhere, where?
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5. What types of features are included in this publication? For example, does it include foreign, national, and local news? Human interest stories, advertisements, classified ads, or program listings?
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6. Do you recognize stories and/or pictures you have seen in an English-language newspaper? Give examples.
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7. What other kinds of information does this publication offer besides news?
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8. Interview a regular reader of this publication. Have him or her explain how it is different from a general-interest newspaper. How is that difference helpful?
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9. Based on your own experience or questions you have asked, explain the purpose and significance of publications published in languages other than English.
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