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Facing Ferguson: News Literacy in a Digital Age

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
The reporting, both in professional news sources and on social media, of the events surrounding the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri provides 21st Century learners with an opportunity of consider how social media can...
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Student Reporting Labs: Think. Create. Inform.

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
What is newsworthy? Who decides? How do video reports differ from printed news? What makes a good video report? What about journalism ethics? Learn all about it in this extra special collection of materials about video news production.
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What Makes Democracy Work?

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Eight lessons make up a collection designed to help high schoolers make sense of an election year. Class members learn about voting rights, the importance of a free press, and civic participation. The focus is on the 2020 presidential...
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The Big Climate Change Experiment

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
The Big Climate Change Experiment begins with young scientists gaining background knowledge by watching news clips a video and examining cartoons. Next, learners view videos of witnesses who describe how climate change affects their...
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Reading Lessons: Townsend Press

For Students 4th - 6th Standards
Enhance your literacy unit with a set of videos featuring textual analysis and reading comprehension strategies. From discerning the main idea of a text to evaluating an author's purpose and tone, the ten-part series engages upper...
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EngageNY Grade 3 ELA: Module 1, Unit 1 - Why Do People Seek the Power of Reading?

For Teachers 3rd Standards
11 lessons comprise this unit for third graders, which will have them investigating the power of the written word (and why it is seen as so valuable around the world). They read various types of text including fiction and non-fiction...
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iCivics: Mini Media Literacy Library

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Designed for the high school classroom, the  mini-lessons in this collection combine studies of the United States government with news literacy skills. Each lesson includes a civics reading, a news literacy feature, and a news literacy...
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Fact and Opinion

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
A collection of resources challenges scholars to determine facts from opinion. Learners examine news reports and determine what is true and relevant to the subject.
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WWII: Global Conflict, Persecution, and Unsung Heroes

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Many historians would classify World War II as a global turning point in the 20th century. See if your middle schoolers agree with such an assessment with a collection of lessons and activities on the second Great War. Lessons cover an...
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Angel Island Immigrant Journeys

For Teachers 3rd - 12th Standards
Young historians study the Angel Island Immigration Station with activities examining primary and secondary source materials, maps, and websites. The unit begins with individuals creating a map of Angel Island, labeling sites on the...
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Social Media Toolbox

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
The internet as well as the popularity of and availability of personal electronic devices equipped with social media has changed journalism forever. Here's a collection of resources that provide student journalists the tools they need to...
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EngageNY Grade 6 ELA Module 3a: Understanding Perspectives: The Land of the Golden Mountain

For Teachers 6th Standards
How does an author’s culture influence their perspective and point of view? Moreover, how does an author’s purpose affect their point of view? These are the questions middle schoolers investigate in a three-unit module that uses works by...
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Investigative and Data Journalism

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Facts can be hard to find, especially when investigating key issues facing local communities and governmental agencies. Two lessons teach high school journalists how to collect, verify, and display data in an investigative article about...
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Digital Citizenship: Supporting Lessons and Resources

For Teachers Pre-K - Higher Ed Standards
Just what you needed to get started with your classroom of digital citizens—a collection of lesson plans, videos, and activities, curated by a team of teachers and organized by grade level.
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Equality & Human Rights Commission: Secondary Lesson Plans

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
A collection of 12 instructional activities helps young people develop the five core social and emotional learning competencies identified by CASEL. Videos, slides, activities, games, news articles, and discussions target life skills. In...
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EngageNY Grade 6 ELA Module 3a: Unit 3: Researching and Interpreting Information: How the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Affected the People of San Francisco

For Teachers 6th Standards
To conclude the module, sixth-graders research factual information about the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire to make connections to literary texts about the disaster. After learning about the features of a newspaper article, young...
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Chase the Race in School

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
What is voting? How do I vote? Why should I vote? Who do I vote for? These are all important questions that first time, or even veteran voters might ask themselves as election season approaches them. Here is a collection that examines...
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Safety and Kindness Online: Digital Citizenship for Middle and High Schoolers

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
We have always told our students that they could be anything they want to be, but never have these words been truer than in today's expansive digital world. Young users can be friends or bullies, gullible or skeptical, fake or...
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Life Science

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
Photosynthesis, extinction, biomimicry, and bioremediation. Young environmental engineers study these processes. Using photosynthesis as a model and biomimicry as an example, groups research how nature provides hints for engineering...
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Judicial Learning Center: Student Center

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
A collection of 22 interactive resources provides learners with information about the United States federal courts. The pages are divided into five sections: The role of the federal courts; The organization of the federal courts; How the...
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Ben Across the Curriculum: Elementary School

For Teachers K - 5th
Benjamin Franklin, statesman, inventor, President is the subject of a collection targeting young historians. The interdisciplinary lesson plans were originally designed to accompany the 2018 international traveling exhibition, “Benjamin...
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Judicial Learning Center: The Role of the Federal Courts

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Informational, interesting, and easy-to-understand, the five resources in the Role of the Federal Courts collection provide an overview of the historical context, important principles, and content of the US Constitution regarding the...
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Judicial Learning Center: Landmark Cases

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Five fact-filled lessons look at landmark Supreme Court Cases. Young scholars begin their study by examining the importance of these cases, key terms necessary for studying the court cases, and the relationship between court cases and...
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Fighting Fake News

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Fake news. Alternative facts. Internet trolls. In an age of Newspeak, it's increasingly important to equip 21st century learners with the skills needed to determine the legitimacy of claims put forth on social media, in print, and in...
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News or Propaganda?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
What is considered news vs. propaganda? Learners will discuss objectivity and press responsibility while exploring these two concepts. They work in small groups to explore the article in-depth, guided by reading comprehension and...
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Lesson: Unmonumental: Yesterday's News

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Upper graders are tasked with developing a social consciousness as they analyze the impact of the news media. They view a presentation depicting various media events in order to understand threshold moments in history. There are three...
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News Confusion: What Is News?

For Teachers 4th - 8th
Use headlines to help your learners understand what news is. First, present a list of categories to your class. Then instruct small groups to play a game in which they sort headlines into the categories. Discuss the result and examine...
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The Importance of a Free Press

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
"Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press;. . ." Why is this guarantee of free speech and a free press the First Amendment to the US Constitution? Why are these rights so essential to a democracy?...
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Bias in News Sources

For Teachers 9th - 12th
As young consumers of media, it is important for high schoolers to explore concepts of bias and prejudice, and how they may be present in media. After discussing ideological messages that media can contain, individuals complete a warm-up...
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Media Literacy: Where News Comes From

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
What actually happens at a press conference? Make sense of the mayhem with a mock press conference activity designed to promote media literacy. Individuals participate as either members of the press or the governor's office to examine...
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How to Teach Your Students about Fake News

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
What media literacy skills do people need to evaluate a news source? Scholars listen to and discuss an NPR story about how fake headlines often dupe young people and adults alike. Next, they study news stories, using a fact-checking...
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Analyzing the News

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
With so many ways to follow the news today, it is imperative to think critically about the sources of information we are turning to. Here is a fantastic graphic organizer that will help your learners develop the skills to properly...
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Evaluating Sources in a ‘Post-Truth’ World: Ideas for Teaching and Learning about Fake News

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
The framers of the United States Constitution felt a free press was so essential to a democracy that they granted the press the protection it needed to hold the powerful to account in the First Amendment. Today, digital natives need to...
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Do Journalists Shape or Report the News?

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Analyze the presence of negative stereotypes and biased reporting in news media, and how this affects one's understanding of other cultures. Learners read newspaper excerpts and quotes from famous personalities to discuss the power of...
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Are You a Publisher?: Free Press and You

For Teachers 4th - 8th
What kinds of media do your pupils use to read and publish information? After a discussion about what publishing means, and about the freedom of the press, class members interview one or two other people about their publishing habits....
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2017 World Press Freedom Index

For Students 6th - 12th
Freedom of the press was seen as a right so important that the Founding Fathers listed it as part of the first amendment to the United States Constitution. Americans pride themselves on this freedom, but just how free are American...
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Intelligence of Authentic Character - News Coverage and John Brown's Raid

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
The resource, a standalone, shows how news coverage of John Brown's Raid began when the event happened and how that reporting shaped perception in West Virginia history. The resource includes interesting anticipatory discussion...
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How to Choose Your News

For Teachers 9th - 12th
How do you get the truth unfiltered by middlemen? Tune into various sources and note the differences is the suggestion in a short video that begins by providing examples of how media gatekeepers have manipulated information and how those...
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Student News And Weather Channel

For Teachers 5th
Fabulous! Your 5th graders should love this project. As an ongoing lesson throughout the year students use temperature probes to record outside temperature and then document their data using spreadsheets. They use their weather data and...
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News Journalism Across the Media: Introduction

For Teachers 7th - 10th
Although young scholars are aware of news as information that influences their perceptions of the world, they are often unaware of the various ways to present that information. Encourage them to investigate, discuss, analyze and make...
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Television News

For Teachers 7th - 10th
Different media sources portray news in a variety of ways. In groups of three, learners look at different news sources, bringing in all the findings the next day. Three handouts help scholars compare sources, define specific terms used...
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Free and Independent Press

For Teachers 8th - 12th
Students determine how free press principles can be compromised. For this global studies lesson, students read an article titled "Free and Independent Press." Students respond to discussion questions regarding the article.
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Johannes Gutenberg and the Printing Press

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students use library or online resources to create time lines on the life of Johannes Gutenberg and tell the impact his invention, the printing press, had on the development of newspapers.
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Introductory News Literacy

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Aspiring journalists learn about media literacy, journalism, and the press. Units come complete with handouts, assignment rubrics, notes, and extension suggestions. Each unit also comes with a list of vocabulary words and learning...
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AP News

For Students 8th - 12th
A respected source of local and global news, you can trust this app to provide breaking stories and current events. The interface is highly visual and easy to navigate.
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E.S.C.A.P.E. Junk News

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Fair, balanced, and reputable information? There's an acronym for that! Scholars learn the E.S.C.A.P.E. method for evaluating news sources. Then, pupils work in small groups to read and analyze a news story and discuss the activity to...
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How to Analyze the News

For Teachers 5th - 12th
Teach kids how to watch television, specifically the news, with this creative idea for learners of all ages from the Media Awareness Network. The elementary school plan focuses on presenting news as a story and uses Jon Scieszka's story...
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Definitions and Comments about the News

For Teachers 7th - 10th
Enable your class to construct a definition of the word "news" and compare it those provided from other sources. The activity, worksheet, and discussion that ensues would make a strong introduction to any media study you undertake.
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Free Press Makes Democracy Work

For Teachers 9th - 12th
A unit study of the importance of a free press in a democracy begins with class members listening to a podcast featuring two journalists, one from a United States public radio station and one from Capetown, South Africa. The lesson,...
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First Amendment Speech and Press Part II

For Students 7th - 12th
It's hard to overstate the importance of protecting speech and freedom of the press. Scholars learn how free speech is an important part of an individual's natural rights and a way to form opinions. The video also discusses ways the...
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Understanding the Basics of News Reporting

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Step into the shoes of a newscast director with a media analysis activity. High schoolers look over vocabulary for news media before deciding which three of five stories they'd want to air on tonight's news, based on exclusivity, viewer...
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Analyzing TV News

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Ever wonder why the most controversial or dramatic news stories are the first ones in a newscast? Evaluate every part of a television newscast, including the anchor's posture and facial expressions, the time allotted to each news story,...
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Comparing News Formats

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Is there a place for newspapers in an online world? How influential is the 24-hour television news cycle? High schoolers delve into an activity about three news formats—online news, print news, and newscasts—and consider the advantages...
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Evaluating News Reports

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
The news can be scary, but is it always accurate? Young journalists read about the necessary elements of evaluating a news story for accuracy, thoroughness, newsworthiness, and biased or balanced reporting. After reading a description of...
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News Literacy Model Curriculum in Social Studies

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Scholars investigate news literacy in the twenty-first century. They use technology, legal decisions, writings, and digital privacy to analyze the topic. Using what they learned, a group assignment looks into both the challenges and...
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Freedom of the Press: Crash Course Government and Politics #26

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
When does freedom of the press end and national security begin? Learners research the idea of the freedom of the press under the First Amendment in the United States government and politics. They view the 26th lesson of a 50-part unit,...
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News

For Teachers 5th - 10th
How does broadcast news differ from accounts reported in newspapers? On the radio? Through the Internet? Middle schoolers discuss the news and speak about the differences between news in print and broadcast news. Given a list of six...
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News Quiz | July 29, 2011

For Students 10th - 12th
Kids are asked to first see what they know about news events from July 29, 2011. They are then asked to scan the paper and answer five questions. A good way to keep up on the daily news. 
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News Quiz: April 17, 2012

For Students 8th - 10th
What's happening in the news today? Read all about top headlines and breaking news from April 17, 2012. Learners will read or scan the New York Times then take a five question multiple choice quiz.
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News Quiz: May 24, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
What was new in news on May 24, 2011? Learners get friendly with the New York Times as they read or scan articles published on May 24, 2011. When they are finished reading, they take a quiz containing five multiple choice questions. 
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News Quiz | May 11, 2012

For Students 9th - 12th
Take a news quiz! Find out how much your learners know about the events of May 11, 2012 according to the New York Times. They read the paper from that day and then take a five questions quiz.
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News Quiz | March 30, 2012

For Students 9th - 12th
Introduce the class to the New York Times. They'll read articles posted on March 30, 2012 and then take a five question quiz. A great way to make daily news readers out of any learner.
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News Quiz | May 20, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
Take this daily news quiz to see how informed you are about events that made headlines on May 20, 2011. Check out each of the five questions in the quiz, read or scan the paper to find the answers, and then take the quiz to test your...
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News Quiz: May 16, 2011

For Students 7th - 9th
Have your class find out what was hot in the news on May 16, 2011. They can read the New York Times from that day to answer each of the five related multiple choice questions. A great way to stay informed, as well as to put informational...
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News Quiz | May 6, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
News Quizzes can be a fun way for learners to test their own knowledge. They read the Times published on May 6, 2011 and then take a five question online quiz. This quiz can also be printed.
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News Quiz | May 1, 2012

For Students 8th - 10th
Why not provide your class with an interactive news quiz? They can scan or read the New York Times from May 1, 2012 and then answer each of the six related multiple choice questions. Great for homework or as a daily warm up.
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News Quiz: May 17, 2012

For Students 7th - 9th
Keep that class well-informed by having them read the news everyday. They'll read several New York Times articles posted on May 17, 2012, then answer each of the five multiple choice questions.
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News Quiz | Jan. 3, 2012

For Students 9th - 12th
What do your informed citizens know about events that made the news on January 3, 2012? Have them take this five question quiz to find out. After they have taken the quiz they can scan the New York Times from that day to see how much...
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News Quiz | May 19, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
What was happening in the news on May 19, 2011? Find out about the events that made the papers by reading the New York Times. After a quick glance at the paper take an online quiz to see how much you know.
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News Quiz | Feb. 8, 2012

For Students 9th - 12th
Take time to check the our the daily news. Learners read a copy of the Times published on February 8, 2012 and then take a five question quiz. A great way to introduce the daily paper to your class.
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News Quiz | Aug. 30, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
The daily news is a source that provides tons of informational text. Get your class reading the New York Times to increase their awareness of current events and hot topics from August 30, 2011. A five questions multiple choice quiz is...
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News Quiz | Aug. 18, 2011

For Students 10th - 12th
Take the time to review the daily news with your class. They can peruse the August 18, 2011 edition of the New York Times, before answering a five-question quiz. Current events, check!
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News Quiz: Dec. 2, 2011

For Students 9th - 10th
Quiz the class on how much they know about the daily news. They read or scan several New York Times articles published on December 2, 2011, then answer each of the five related multiple choice questions.
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Information Overload: Looking at News

For Teachers 9th - 12th
How do events reported in mainstream newspapers, on television news, blog posts, and social network sites differ? Ask your class to investigate the way the same news item is presented in the many information sources available. Groups...
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Check It Out: Verifying Information and Sources in News Coverage

For Teachers 7th - 12th
If it’s in the news it must be true, right? Prompted by a New York Times article, class members consider the importance of accuracy in reporting and validating sources. The detailed plan includes warm-up exercises, discussion questions,...
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Fake News: Historical Timeline

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
In 1874, The New York Herald falsely claimed that several animals escaped from the Central Park Zoo, and panic ensued. Using the helpful infographic, pupils discover more instances of fake news throughout history, from as far back as 63...
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How False News Can Spread

For Students 7th - 12th
Here's a must-see video. The topic—circular reporting, or the intentional spreading and leaking of false information. The big idea here is to teach viewers to recognize and avoid contributing to the cycle.
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Step Two: The News and You

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
With so many news resources, scholars likely feel incredibly confused about what the news means.  Pupils participate in reading activities, fill out graphic charts, answer questions on worksheets, and complete a quick write activity.
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How to Identify Fake News in 10 Steps

For Students 6th - 12th
Arm your class members with a weapon they can use to defend themselves against fake or misleading news. The ten steps outlined on the checklist provides investigators with ammunition they need to develop their information literacy skills.
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Newspapers in Your Life: What’s News Where?

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Big news isn't necessarily newsworthy everywhere! How do journalists decide what to cover with so much happening around them? A instructional activity on media literacy examines the factors that affect the media's choice of stories to...
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Press Ahead!

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Give class members some great news! A media unit teaches individuals about ethics, parts of a newspaper, business writing, photojournalism, and more topics that have to do with the press. Full of material for a variety of learners,...
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The News

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Young journalists learn about topics such as newspaper ethics, parts of a newspaper, credible sources, and different types of articles. The lesson empowers individuals and gives them the capability to express their voices through the...
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Identifying "Fake" News

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
What is fake news, and how can people identify it? Viewers discover media literacy tips and learn how to spot stories dubbed as fake news. They learn how looking for unusual URLs, digging deeper, and cross-checking helps them find...
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Understanding Fake News

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Fake or fact? Learners must decide while looking at two published "news" stories. A reading about why fake news exists and a checklist on how to evaluate sources rounds out the activity. 
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Radio News

For Teachers 7th - 10th
Part of a larger unit from the Media Awareness Network on media literacy, this particular lesson plan focuses on the medium of news radio. Small groups participate in discussions on their radio listening habits as well as the...
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We Seed: News

For Teachers 8th - 10th
Students read news stories about their We Seed companies and examine their stocks. For this portfolio analysis lesson, students check current news stories to learn about products, performance, changes, and events within a company....
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The Laundry News

For Teachers 5th - 6th
In this reading worksheet, learners answer 10 multiple-choice questions about the book. For example, "What happened to the very first edition of the Laundry News?"
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News Judges

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
Order in the court! Scholars act as news judges, learning how to analyze the newsworthiness of several pieces of information. Working in small groups, they determine which events are most newsworthy and then complete graphic organizers...
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Why We Have Freedom of the Press

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
A newspaper receives documents that reveal not only a devastating secret the public needs to know, but also troop movements that could put American lives at risk: to publish or not to publish? Using background readings, discussion...
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News Consumers' Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Believe it or not, people have rights as new consumers. Scholars read PEN America's News Consumers' Bill of Rights and Responsibilities and work in small groups to paraphrase chosen sections of the text. Next, they create and present...
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The Pledge of News

For Teachers 8th - 12th
Students explore the fundamentals of news-gathering, the etiquette of reporting, and the rights a news writer/reporter has. They review the parts of a news story and write an article discussing their beliefs about the Pledge iof Allegiance.
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Broadcast News

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
Just because a story is on the news doesn't mean it's being presented fairly. Analyze news broadcasts with a instructional activity focused on evaluating television journalism. At home, kids watch a news show and note the stories...
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News and Newspapers: Across the Curriculum

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
Did you know that the Chinese Court Gazette is the longest continuing news paper in history? In addition to some great background information, this resource includes suggestions for activities across grade levels and across the curriculum.
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Analyzing Print and Online News

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
As a reporter, you only have a few lines to grab a reader's attention before they move on to the next story—or the next newspaper or website. Analyze the ways that both print and online news capture their readers' interest with text...
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Today's Front Pages

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Take a close look at a number of newspapers with collection of lessons and activities. Using a poster (which can be found under the materials tab), learners examine the hard copy of a local newspaper. This leads into an exploration of...
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News Flash!

For Teachers 5th - 7th Standards
Extra, extra, read all about it! Scholars research information on endangered species and produce a news report to share their findings with the rest of the class. In groups, they then consider engineering solutions to problems on habitat...
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NewsFeed Defenders Extension Pack

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Accuracy, transparency, trustworthiness, and impartiality are four unspoken rules of journalism. Scholars delve deep into the subject by discussing the pros and cons of relying on social media for news. They also play an online game to...
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News Coverage

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students compare and contrast methods of media coverage. In this media awareness instructional activity, students keep track of news regarding a world or national issue for the period of 1 week. Students collaborate to describe the type...
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Hazardous Waste Issues in the News

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Students work together to research hazardous waste in the news. They discover how large the hazardous waste issue is. They complete an experiment and discuss how the issues affect their community.
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Writing a News Report

For Students 3rd - 7th
In this creative writing worksheet, students use the checklist to edit their fictional news report. Students use the checklist to prepare for their final written report.
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News Quiz | October 7, 2011

For Students 7th - 10th
What happened on October 7, 2011? Read the New York Times to find out! After glancing at the paper, kids take a quick five question quiz. A great way to get informed and stay on top of the daily news.
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News Quiz | July 22, 2011

For Students 10th - 12th
It's that time again; time to take a good morning news quiz! Read, scan, or simply test what you know about the daily news. Today's topics are from July 22, 2011 and include five multiple choice questions to answer.
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News Quiz | April 25, 2012

For Students 10th - 12th
Hospital collection agencies are the topic of the April 25, 2012 edition of the New York Times. Kids will tackle this and other issues as they read the daily news and take a five-question quiz.
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Teach21 Lesson: News You Can Use, Lesson 8/35

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Help your young journalists get the scoop with this lesson, which guides students through writing an article. Using a model article from the local paper, students decipher the elements of an article and process to write their own...
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Kindness in the News

For Teachers 7th Standards
Sometimes it can be difficult to find positive items in the midst of all of the negative news, but acts of kindness are occurring around us every day. Inspire class members to find and document positive news stories in a lesson that...
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Global News: The Changing Face of Reading

For Students 7th - 12th
A current and engaging informational text with some superb scaffolding activities, this six paragraph article discusses the release of the iPad from Apple, eBooks, and the history of reading and writing materials. After reading the...
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Current Event Report

For Teachers 5th - 10th
Make sure your class spends some time paying attention to the news by asking individuals to report on a current event. Using this sheet, pupils write down the title, source, and date before composing a brief summary and a personal...
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Story Explorers: Evaluate News Coverage

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
What makes an issue or event newsworthy? Scholars complete a K-W-H-L chart based on a recent news event. As they complete the chart, small groups collaborate to analyze coverage of the story or event.
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Television Newscasts

For Teachers 11th - 12th
When we watch news broadcasts on television, we receive a much more visual perspective than when we read the newspaper. How do sets, clothing, and music contribute to our understanding of the story? Compare American and Canadian news...
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Beyond Media Messages: Media Portrayal of Global Issues

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Take a close look at news reporting techniques and global issues. Begin by creating a graphic representation of developing nations and defining the term. After class discussion, the second day's activities pick up by deconstructing news...
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Edward R. Murrow: This Reporter

For Teachers 9th - 12th
What would Edward R. Murrow think of today’s news broadcasts? Learners examine the work of the first public television newscaster and his commitment to researched, accurate reporting. The eight-day study concludes with investigators...
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News Crew Tools

For Teachers 1st - 6th
Students create newsgathering equipment using recycled materials and a variety of craft materials. They discuss the roles and responsibilities of a news reporter and the kind of equipment they use, create their props, and use their props...
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The Medium Shapes the Message

For Teachers 6th - 10th
Where do you get your news? Have learners examine four different publications and decide which one they would choose to read on their own time. The resource includes a list of publication types to supply and a worksheet for groups to...
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Lesson 3: Writing a News Story

For Teachers 6th - 10th
Start a writing lesson by examining a news video that explains writing clearly, concisely, and correctly. Learners consider the importance of writing news properly to avoid breaking the law, then write their own weekend news stories.
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Slanting the News

For Teachers 4th - 5th
Students research different news stories. In this news lesson, students discuss the difference between factual stories and slanted stories. They choose a topic in the news today to write their own factual and slanted article. 
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The Printing Press

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Students explore importance of Johannes Gutenberg's invention of the printing press during the Renaissance by copying short poem or sentences and using pre-arranged alphabet stamps to make copies.
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Using the News in Class

For Teachers 9th - Higher Ed
Students listen to international news stories. Students use context clues to determine the meaning of vocabulary words from context, then complete a matching exercise to see if their vocabulary definitions were correct. Students...
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The American Press and the

For Teachers 8th - 12th
Students read and analyze newspaper accounts of Holocaust-related items in various WWII newspapers. They discuss the physical placement of Holocaust-related news items to other news items in the same paper.
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Chicago Tribune vs. US (1942): When Does Freedom of the Press Go Too Far?

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students define freedom of the press in peace and war time. As a class, they identify the need for the public to be informed, but discuss where the line should be drawn to protect national security. They develop their arguments and...
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Late-breaking News: an In-depth Investigation of the Lyme Art Colony

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Motivate your class with this art lesson relating to the Lyme Art Colony. Learners create a television news report based on five topics; the American art colony at Lyme, daily life in a boardinghouse in 1910, making the most of limited...
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Understanding Mass Media News

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
In an age of fake news and photoshopped images, it is vital that 21st century learners development the skills they need to evaluate mass media and assess its validity. A great way to launch such a study is with a carefully crafted lesson...
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Creating a Psychology News Wiki

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
If you're searching for a way to keep your class informed of current psychology news, this ongoing assignment is both educational and engaging. Class members locate and read a psychology article of interest, write a psychological...
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You Be the Editor

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Look at different case studies to discuss the ethics of journalism. Twelve real-life events are written up and your learners get to be the editors. Encourage your class to think about the implications of publishing decisions. After each...
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NEws Quiz | April 5, 2012

For Students 9th - 12th
April 5, 2012 is the date of this online copy of the New York Times. Your class will read or scan the paper and then take a five question multiple choice quiz on what they've learned.
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What are the benefits of having a Free Press?

For Teachers 11th - 12th
Students examine why actual malice is necessary in libel cases. Students demonstrate the importance of a third party in libel and slander cases. They analyze why a free press is essential in American society.
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News Quiz | May 10, 2012

For Students 9th - 12th
Get the class online so they can check out the May 10, 2012 edition of the New York Times. They'll read or scan each article and then take a five-question quiz. A great way to start the day. Note: The quiz can be printed!
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News Quiz| Nov. 30, 2011

For Students 9th - 10th
Here is a five question multiple choice quiz that is focused on events as told in the New York Times published, November 30, 2011. Learners read the paper then answer the questions. A good option for practice with primary source analysis.
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News Quiz | April 30, 2012

For Students 9th - 12th
You can't take this online quiz until after you've read the April 30, 2012 edition of the New York Times. After scanning the articles from the paper, your class can answer each of the five questions. A good way to stay informed on what's...
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News Quiz | Sept. 30, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
World affairs and current events are the name of the game. Today your class can read the Times, published on September 30, 2011 and then take a five question quiz to test their recall abilities. 
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News Quiz | Dec. 8, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
Kids take a five question multiple choice quiz to see what they know about December 8, 2011. They read the New York Times from that day and then take an online quiz.
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News Quiz | Dec. 5, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
The New York Times December 5, 2011 edition, is ready to read. Kids plunge head-long into the paper and then use what they know to take a five question quiz. The quiz can be printed or taken online.
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News Quiz: October 21, 2011

For Students 7th - 9th
What does your class know about the events occurring on October 21, 2011? Have them skim this issue of the New York Times to answer each of the five related multiple choice questions. A perfect task for early finishers.
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News Quiz : April 8, 2011

For Students 7th - 10th
Find out what the hot topics were on April 8, 2011. Kids will read several New York Times articles for that day to answer five multiple choice questions. Tip: Have struggling readers complete this activity with a peer partner. 
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News Quiz | May 2, 2012

For Students 9th - 12th
Information is easy to come by when you have resources like the New York Times. Kids read the Times from May 2, 2012 and then answer a five questions multiple choice quiz. 
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News Quiz | Feb. 3, 2012

For Students 9th - 12th
What do you do with a New York Times? Read it of course! Your class reads the Times published on February 3, 2012 to answer five multiple choice questions. Who has an informed class? You do!
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News Quiz | Jan. 4, 2012

For Students 9th - 12th
What does your class know about the stories in today's paper? They read the articles and top headlines in the January 4, 2012 edition of the New York Times and then take a short quiz. The quiz contains five questions and can be done...
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News Quiz | Feb. 9, 2012

For Students 9th - 12th
Buddy up to the stories in the February 9, 2012 edition of the New York Times. Kids get to know top headlines as they read or scan each article. When they are ready the take the five-question multiple choice quiz. 
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News Quiz: April 26, 2012

For Students 8th - 10th
Keep abreast of all the goings on in the world. After reading the April 26, 2012 edition of the New York Times, kids will complete a five-question multiple choice quiz. A great way to increase reading comprehension while staying current...
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News Quiz | June 7, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
Kids catch up on world affairs. They read an online copy of the New York Times from June 7, 2011. They then take a five question quiz related to that day's top stories. 
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News Quiz | June 2, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
The world is full of new information every day, keep the class informed by having them read the daily paper. They read or scan the New York Times from June 2, 2011 to answer five related multiple choice questions. 
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News Quiz | June 1, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
Have the class read the New York Times before talking about the event that made headlines on June 1, 2011. They read or scan that day's paper and then take a five question quiz. A good way to sneak in a bit of recent history.
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News Quiz | May 25, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
Glean a little information for the New York Time published on May 25, 2011. Kids take a glance at the paper from that day to help them answer five multiple choice questions, related to the paper's content.
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News Quiz | May 23, 2011

For Students 10th - 12th
Reading the daily newspaper is a wonderful way to stay informed on current events and world happenings. After scanning the May 23, 2011 edition of the New York Times, kids can take a fun quiz. A great way to stay on top of hot topics. 
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News Quiz | Oct. 14, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
When someone asks your class what events were featured in the Times on October 14, 2011, they'll have an answer. They read the paper from that day, then take a five question multiple choice quiz. 
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News Quiz | Sept. 12, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
Keep apprised of what was going on, on September 12, 2011. Learners read the New York Times from that day and then take a five question multiple choice quiz. A quick and easy way to bring newspapers into the classroom.
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News Quiz | Sep. 29, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
Hand your class a digital copy of the New York Times from September 29, 2011. They can scan the articles and then take a five-question multiple choice quiz. 
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News Quiz | Dec. 14, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
Kids take an online quiz to see how much they know about the events featured in the December 14, 2011 issue of the New York Times. They scan each article and then take the five-question quiz. A quick way to see who's reading and who's not.
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News Quiz | Sep. 20, 2011

For Students 9th - 12th
Reading the paper is like eating oatmeal, it's a great way to start the day! Kids dig into the September 20, 2011 edition of the New York Times and then take a short multiple choice quiz. The quiz can be completed in print or online.
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Teaching Your Child How to “Stress Press”

For Students K - 6th
Are you or your scholars feeling stressed? Use the coping skill resource, Stress Press, to relieve the feeling that may be growing inside you when a big test or presentation is on its way. 
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News For Kids.net

For Students 3rd - 12th Standards
Media lovers read articles on a variety of current events with a website made especially for kids. The website is easy to navigate and includes sections about everything from science to sports.
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News Quiz l Sept. 19, 2011

For Students 7th - 12th
Even though this online current events quiz is based on news from September 2011, it offers a chance for scholars to sharpen their media literacy skills and is available on a daily basis on this site. Scholars answer five multiple-choice...
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News Quiz l May 26, 2011

For Students 7th - 12th
Although this online current events quiz is based on May of 2011, it offers a chance for scholars to sharpen their media literacy skills and is available on a daily basis on this site. There are five multiple-choice questions covering a...
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Why Do Our Brains Love Fake News?

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Fake news is all about the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex versus the orbitofrontal cortex. Huh? Get the facts, the real deal, with a short video that explains clearly and succinctly what's going on in our brains that leads us to listen...
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Citizen Watchdogs and the News

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
To conclude their case study of media coverage of the shooting of Michael Brown by a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer, class members consider the role of citizen watchdogs in a democratic society, develop strategies for combating...
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Reporting Live from the Twentieth Century

For Teachers 3rd - 12th
Young scholars create a news story on one of the top 100 news stories of the 20th century.choose one past news event. They write a news story about that event, and provide a continuation of the story based on their research.
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News and News Analysis: Navigating Fact and Opinion in the Times

For Teachers 8th - 12th Standards
Help your class understand the difference between fact and opinion by exploring the New York Times homepage and articles. In pairs or small groups, pupils complete a scavenger hunt, answering the provided questions. Next, discuss the...
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Following the U.S. Presidential Election

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Election years provide the opportunity to evaluate news media as well as the next prospective president. High schoolers read about the same event in several different news sources, varying in type, origin, and political leaning, before...
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Should Anthony Weiner Resign?

For Students 8th - 12th
The news regarding congressional representative Anthony D. Weiner's scandalous online communications was a hot-button topic in public media in 2011. Use this article to review the timeline of events surrounding the situation, and then...
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Tales with a Twist

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
Your authors create news stories that share a familiar fairy tale from a new perspective. They review a familiar fairy tale, select a character to "interview," and write original news stories from the perspective of that character.
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A Way with Words

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
How do facts and opinions impact the news? After reading "How to Cover a War" from the New York Times, middle schoolers evaluate the claims in the article. They also consider the media's responsibilities in reporting during wartime....
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A New Kind of News

For Teachers 8th - 12th
Newspapers and broadcast news. Social media, blogs, and blogospheres. Class members generate a list of news sources they use to get information about events. The big idea here is to introduce the necessary vocabulary and to establish a...
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Teach21 Lesson Plan: News You Can Use, Lesson 27/35

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Self-reflection and writing skills are featured in this lesson, which prompts students to write their own obituaries. After seeing a model of a published obituary, students write drafts and peer edit obituaries about themselves. The...
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Broadcasting the News Lesson 6

For Teachers 7th - 9th
Students practice news reading at three words per second. They produce a news program while working as a team of reporters. They watch news clips of current reporters making a list of news reading tips. They play an online game that...
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Interpreting & Verifying the News in an Era of Info Overload

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Students practice their critical thinking skills. In this media awareness lesson, students read articles about media overload and interpretation of media. Students respond to discussion questions and discuss how they verify news....
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Bad News for Outlaws Reinforcing Activity

For Teachers 4th
Fourth graders contemplate literary character stereotypes after reading the biography of a black cowboy. In this multicultural literacy instructional activity, 4th graders listen to the book Bad News for Outlaws: The Remarkable Life of...
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Covering the News

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students compare the coverage of two crime stories Using local or national newspapers, news magazines and other reference materials, each group trace the "unfolding" of two crime stories: The Laci Peterson investigation plus one students
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Digesting the News

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students explore the editorial concepts, site designs and business models of online news digests. They propose detailed plans for Web sites that demonstrate their own areas of expertise.
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Students Press Law and Ethics

For Teachers 11th - Higher Ed
Students research the rights and the responsibilities of journalists in dealing with First Amendment issues. In this First Amendment lesson plan, students research the Alien and Sedition Acts and study the five elements of libel....
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Bringing an Online News Report to Life

For Students 5th - 6th
In this online news report tips worksheet, learners read five tips about creating an online report and then write five tips of their own.
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The News Behind the Story

For Teachers 6th - 12th
What a fun way to analyze plot, setting, and character. Learners review story elements, read a short fictional story, then turn the events of that story into a headlining news paper article. Not only does this lesson engage critical...
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Wiki Comment: The News and You

For Teachers 5th - 8th
Kids explore the world of news media by creating a wiki page. They will create a wiki page on the Internet in order to comment on and question the stories that take place in the world. They will practice creative writing by summarizing...
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The Media and the War: The Penny Press, Walt Whitman and the War

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
The Mexican-American war marked a significant moment in United States history, as well as in the history of American media. The mid-nineteenth century saw the introduction of the Penny Press, which provided many American citizens with...
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Writing a News Report

For Teachers 4th - 6th
Young journalists try their hand at writing a news report. They go through the process of developing ideas, and collecting and organizing their information. The headline everyone works with is, "Mystery Disappearance of English Teacher:...
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Press Conference on Hurricane Georges

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Students role play a press conference on Hurricane Georges by acting as interviewers from the press. They research the impact of the hurricane in order base their questions on pertinent information. They present the press conference for...
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Coca-Cola Ad

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Have your class members consider how their lifestyle choices may differ from those of their grandparents when they were younger. After brainstorming and discussing differences in lifestyle, pupils watch a Coca-Cola advertisement that...
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In the News

For Teachers 5th - 7th
What American figures do you think are important to our country and the way it was shaped? Middle schoolers research an important American figure and use news reports to gather biographical information. Using this online research, they...
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Understanding Language: Slant, Spin, and Bias in the News

For Teachers 9th - 10th Standards
We live in a time of fake news, alternative realities, and media bias. What could be more timely than an activity that asks class members to research how different sources report the same topic in the news?
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All the News That's Fit to Click: Analyzing New York Times Design

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Explore the New York Times, online and in print. Partners take the roles of reader and monitor while each peruses the newspaper. Discussion questions compare the online version to a hard copy print edition. Links provide comparison of...
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The Citizen Reporter

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Ripped from the headlines! Discuss topical social issues like racism, discrimination, and diversity while exploring the concept of citizen journalism. Begin with a professional-looking presentation on the history of citizen journalism....
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1969 Apollo 11 Moon Landing

For Teachers 5th - 12th
Provide a little background information and introduce learners to one of the biggest moments in US history: the Apollo 11 moon landing. This news report describes the event, the time, and life in space. This is a report celebrating the...
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Printing Press

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
An interactive printing press turns the classroom into a newsroom, giving writers the chance to create their own newspapers, brochures, and flyers. Each type of publication comes with multiple templates from which writers choose and tips...
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Science in the News

For Teachers 7th - 8th
Pupils explore science in the news through articles, magazines, and internet news sites. They select articles, read them and summarize them to identify the audience that would care about their topics. As they present their articles to...
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Conversation Lesson: News

For Students 7th
In this conversation lesson worksheet, 7th graders use context clues to get the meaning of 8 words, then select 6 news stories from a list of 12 and explain why they would choose those for an evening TV news broadcast.
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War and the Media Press Freedom vs. Military Censorship

For Teachers 8th - 12th
Learners analyze the relationship between war and media. In this media awareness lesson, students listen to their instructor present a lecture on freedom of the press and military censorship. Learners participate in an activity connected...
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bbc news: school report

For Students 7th - 8th
In this language arts/social studies worksheet, students rank on a scale of 1 to 10 , twelve different news sources. Students rank them according to reliability, and then provide an example of each kind of news source. There is one...
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Power of the Press - Time Line

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Students explore the evolution of communication. For this media history lesson, students participate in a series of mini-lessons regarding the history of communication from the Gutenberg printing press to the Internet. Students conduct...
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Finding and Gathering The News

For Teachers 8th
Eighth graders discover what makes an event newsworthy. They research topics by using the five W questions. They examine the difference between facts and opinions and practice interviewing people for stories.
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Assembling the News

For Teachers 8th
Eighth graders decide on which pictures and sounds to use to make their story come to life. They discover copyright rules pertaining to photographs and how to make a story come to life. They complete edits on their work to make sure all...
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Breaking News English: TV News about Russia

For Students 5th - 10th
In this TV News about Russia worksheet, students read the article, answer true and false questions, complete synonym matching, complete phrase matching, complete a gap fill, answer short answer questions, answer discussion questions,...
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Freedom of the Press: The Trial of Peter Zenger

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders discuss freedom of the press. In this trial of Peter Zenger lesson plan, 5th graders research primary documents for information on how his trial help establish our constitutional right.  Students perform a mock trial for...
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Meet the Press: American Presidents

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students interpret historical evidence presented in primary and secondary resources. In this presidential history lesson, students research the accomplishments of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Frankiln D. Roosevelt, and Barack...
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Mapwork: A Place In the News

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
Young scholars determine how to find geographic information about places they read about in the news. In this geography lesson, students look at political and physical maps to determine the difference. They access maps online to find the...
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Meet the Press

For Teachers 8th
Eighth graders examine a list of 30 famous American figures. In this notable Americans lesson, 8th graders explore various famous or influential people throughout history. Students will play a role playing game and engage in a mock press...
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The Shipping News Study Questions and Essay Topics

For Students 10th - Higher Ed
In this online interactive literature worksheet, students respond to 11 short answer and essay questions about Annie Proulx's The Shipping News. Students may check some of their answers online.
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The Shipping News Quiz

For Students 10th - Higher Ed
In this online interactive reading comprehension worksheet, students respond to 25 multiple choice questions about Annie Proulx's The Shipping News. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
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QuakeFeed Earthquake Map, Alerts and News

For Students 6th - 12th
Amateur seismologists explore Earth's earthquakes in real time using a variety of map styles and parameter selections.
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EdTech Tuesdays: What is EdSurge? with Mary Jo Madda

For Teachers Pre-K - Higher Ed
Discover the EdTech news organization that seeks to unite entrepreneurs, investors, and educators: EdSurge. Associate editor Mary Jo Madda discusses all that EdSurge has to offer, including reporting on the latest trends in education, a...
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It's News to Me!

For Teachers 5th - 8th
A well-designed worksheet invites learners to use the Colorado Newspaper's website to keep up on current events. This engaging website allows young journalists to keep tabs on a current event, and write their own byline to the story they...
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News Quiz: July 28, 2011

For Students 8th - 10th
What does your class know about the news today? They scan several articles found in the July 28, 2011 version of the New York Times, then answer five comprehension questions.
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News Quiz | March 22, 2012

For Students 10th - 12th
Check out the New York Times article related to all the major headlines from March 22, 2012. After a quick glance at the paper, take a five-question quiz to show how much you know. Great for a daily warm up!

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