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Activity Book: Discover Your Changing World With NOAA

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration present a collection of resources that introduce middle schoolers to the essential principles of climate change. The activity examines how solar energy moves wind and water, is...
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Blogging to Create a Community of Writers #1: Setting Up the Blog

For Teachers 6th
Writer's workshop is an idea that's been around for years. Students write, read, and comment on each others writing in an authentic and thoughtful way. Here is a 21st century twist, 6th graders will use the class blog to create a...
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Blogging To Create A Community of Writers #8

For Teachers 6th
A well-designed, up-to-date lesson on blogging awaits your 6th graders. They create a persuasive podcast. Next, they listen to effective and ineffective podcasts, and discuss "what works" in a podcast. They also watch a commercial from...
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Digital Citizenship and Blogging

For Students 6th - 12th
Encourage positive digital citizenship and healthy blogging habits with a one-page infographic designed to showcase eight pertinent aspects of blogging—netiquette, content curation, copyright, and more! 
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Blogs

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
The blogosphere may be overwhelmed with content, but there's still room for unique points of view. Creating a blog that stands out, however, is the bigger challenge. A handout on blogs, part of a series of handouts on specific writing...
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Blogging to Create a Community of Writers: Lesson 2 of 6

For Teachers 6th
Using this lesson plan on blogs, you can lead your class through the process of setting up a blog, writing a blog entry, editing their work, and more. There is a link to the blog site used, and attachments of blog entries.
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Blogging to Create a Community of Writers #6: Writing a Review

For Teachers 6th
Looking for a good social media lesson for your class? Then, this lesson is for you! They study various written reviews, then must choose an item to review of their choice. They can choose from: a book, restaurant, CD/musical...
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EduBlog Science: A Blog Exercise

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Collaborate with another class to work on a project with peers using Edublogs.com. These activities promote autonomy, choice, and collaboration as students research and write about their chosen science topic. By communicating via blog...
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Pandas, Flamingos and Blogs

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Young scholars use the computer to discover animals. In this animal lesson, students look at online webcams to view animals and write in a daily blog discussing what the animals are doing. They use either Pixie or PowerPoint to create an...
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Responding to a Blog About a Class Novel

For Teachers 5th - 6th
This is a motivating way to practice writing skills. Learners practice writing using a prompt on a blog and then comment on other people's responses.
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Blogging To Create A Community of Writers # 5 of 7

For Teachers 6th
Here is lesson 5 from a 7 lesson unit on using blogging to create a community of writers. The aim of this lesson is to get students writing about what Archaeologists do and how they use material data to study the past. They compose a...
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Blog Your Truth

For Teachers 3rd - 7th
Young scholars explore communication by participating in a digital journalism activity. In this aboriginal research lesson plan, students view a sample blog on the Internet and identify the techniques behind blogging and Internet...
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March 2, 1877: Hayes Declared Winner in Disputed Presidential Election

For Students 8th - 12th
After reading an interesting article comparing the disputed presidential election of 1877 to a similar event in the year 2000, kids blog a response. They read the article, check out the embedded links, then respond to four related...
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Do Presidential Candidates Need to Be Good Debaters?

For Students 7th - 12th
Blogs can be a good way for learners to engage in writing, critical thinking, and social media in a formal way. The New York Times has provided learners age 13-18 with an article, background information, and several prompts to get them...
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Nov. 2, 1976 | Carter Defeats Ford in Presidential Election

For Students 9th - 12th
After reading about the presidential race in 1976, learners think critically about presidential legacy. They read all of the provided background information, related New York Times articles, and then respond to a writing prompt via blog...
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What Do You Think of Obama's Oval Office Speech on the Oil Spill?

For Students 7th - 12th
Kids age 13 and older are asked to read the provided Times article and background information in order to construct a thoughtful blog response to Obama's first Oval Office speech. They work to address each of the related critical...
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Is Modern Culture Ruining Childhood?

For Students 7th - 10th
There are a lot of different ways a learner could respond to this New York Times article discussing the effects of modern culture on childhood. After reading the article, pupils construct a thoughtful blog post. The guiding questions...
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Blogging

For Teachers 6th - 8th
A fun, modern twist on journaling! Instead of responding to prompts in their composition notebook, writers use the Internet to complete blog entries. A sample blog (with prompts) is shown here, and writers are assessed on conventions and...
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Weekend Update

For Teachers 5th
Saturday Night Live has a "weekend update' and your class can too. They will practice editing, accessing, and posting to a blog by regularly updating their classroom "weekend update." This is a marvelous way to get to know your pupils...
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Travel Scrapbook/Blog

For Teachers 8th - 10th Standards
Your young historians will design an ongoing travel scrapbook or blog as they learn about the major locations that have impacted the development of democracy in the world, including ancient Rome, Greece, England, and France.
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Spanish Blog Lesson Plan

For Teachers 11th - Higher Ed
Hone in on Spanish writing and comprehension skills by incorporating this blog-writing activity.Those in grades 11 and higher will create a weekly blog post in Spanish using Movable Type. This practice helps to increase Spanish writing...
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Welcome to the Blogosphere

For Teachers 6th - Higher Ed
Create a blog spot for your classroom and promote online discussions. There are several blogging websites listed here, and you can create one specific to each class or one collective site. Teach your learners how to post on the blog, and...
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Do You Have a Blog?

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Ask learners about their personal writing habits, such as whether they keep a journal or a blog, or if they'd ever want to. Though this is not a fully developed lesson, you can use this article and question to provoke discussion and...
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Blogging to Create a Community of Writers

For Teachers 6th
One of the keys for successful teaching is connecting curriculum to real-life experiences. This lesson on blogging does this, by making writing, revising, and publishing a reality. Pupils create a character for a story, write about their...

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