Journalism Graphic Organizers: Digital Organizers for Student Journalists


Help your student journalists improve the quality of their stories and interviews with these three digital journalism graphic organizers! These journalism brainstorming organizers are the only three journalism and student media graphic organizers you will ever need for middle school and high school journalism.

This resource contains three journalism organizers that your students can use again and again.

  • Inverted Pyramid Graphic Organizer
  • Interview Questions Organizer
  • News Relevancy Organizer

These journalism graphic organizers will substantially improve your student reporters’ news writing ability and interviewing confidence.

The inverted pyramid graphic organizer goes one step beyond most. This one not only familiarizes students with the inverted pyramid format for writing, but it also has dedicated space for a working headline, interview subjects’ names and titles, and additional story notes.

The journalism interview question graphic organizer helps guide students as they write 15 well-developed and substantial interview questions. The organizer also reminds students to thank their interview subject. There is space on the organizer for student notes.

The news relevancy organizer helps student journalists identify the news angle by understanding how and why the story is relevant.

These organizers work on the Google™ platform, working on Google Docs™ and Google Slides™.

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