A K-W-L (Know-Want to Learn-Learned) chart can help learners sort information about an article.
In the first column, they write what they already know about the topic. In the second column, they write what the want to learn from the article. In the third column, they write what they learned from the article.
You can introduce the general topic of the article to learners, then fill out the "What I already know about this topic" column together. Next, have them read the headline or read it to them, then have them write questions under the "What I want to learn from this article" column. Finally, after reading the article, have them fill out the "What I learned from this article" column. If the information they learned helped to answer any questions they had in the "What I want to learn from this article" column, they can put a check mark beside that information.
You can discuss and share charts as a class when finished.