This news literacy activity includes 44 printable Task Cards and Essential Questions and a Google Drive (paperless) option. Two versions of the printable cards are included.
Use as an anticipatory activity in a unit/lesson on the First Amendment-Freedom of the Press (American Go
End your year with a BANG! teaching World War II and media through propaganda.
Your students will remember these activities for years to come! Integrate Social Studies into Reading easily with this nearly-no-prep unit.
This unit includes:
*88 slide animated PowerPoint with lots of primary sources
This is a great way to teach media literacy to middle and high school students media literacy. I have adapted research from Stanford and included interactive questions and links to games for the class to play. I usually use this as one of my introductory lessons in school before I introduce a curren
I use the movie "An American Tail" in my American Studies class to wrap uo our discussion of Ellis Island, and immigration in the late 1800s/early 1900s. Although it is a cartoon my juniors always love it. It is a surprisingly accurate portrayal of the immigrant experience, and the fact that it depi
Students across America are helping the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum discover how their local newspapers covered the Nazi threat and the Holocaust in the 1930s and 1940s. Through History Unfolded: US Newspapers and the Holocaust, you and your students can participate in authentic project-