Investigative Reporter

1. Tells readers where information came from
E-O-R-U-S-C

 


2. Restating in your own words what someone says
R-P-R-A-P-A-A-E-S-H

 


3. Stealing what someone else has said or written without giving credit
L-M-I-G-A-R-I-S-A-P

 


4. Replaces a noun in a sentence
O-N-P-U-R-N-O

 


5. When information is correct and precise
R-T-E-C-A-U-A-C

 


6. Someone who knows a topic very well
R-T-E-X-E-P

 


7. The time or date when something is due
D-E-N-D-L-A-I-E

 


8. Something you can have confidence in
T-O-U-R-T-R-S-H-W-Y-T

 


9. The beginning of a news article
D-L-A-E

 


10. Something you can depend on for accuracy
E-R-L-L-A-I-E-B

 


11. Using questions to gather information from someone
R-I-I-N-V-E-W-T-E

 


12. Using good manners
E-U-T-T-E-E-I-Q-T

 


13. Information that is up-to-date or current
Y-T-L-E-M-I

 


14. (two words) To state exactly what someone says
I-T-T-C-U-E-R-D- -O-Q-E

 


15. A true piece of information
C-T-F-A

 



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