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This Current Events Summary is an excellent tool for students to get involved with the news and the current events of the week. A simple writing format helps students find, summarize, and write opinions about current news stories and events. I find this activity to be a practical filler for variou
In these 15 news articles on Fake News & Media Bias, your students will read stories with Mudslinging, Slant, Spin, Sensationalism, Opinion Statements, Jumping to Conclusions, Mind Reading, and Unsubstantiated Claims. Each article is custom written and has different biases embedded in the writin
NEWS ARTICLE ANALYSIS w/ CER GRAPHIC ORGANIZER This is a great way to test students comprehension skills. Students read and highlight important parts of a current news article. From there, they complete the question sheet, a summary of the article, and a claim, evidence, and reasoning graphic orga
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9th - 12th, Adult Education
This graphic organizer helps students read an article, pull out 3 claims and describe how the evidence backs up the claim. Students must also discuss the author's perspective or point of view, author's assumptions, and the credibility of the source. Finally, they think of a follow-up question after
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
This purchase includes a three-page article, “Sleep experts to teens: Please, get your zzz’s. Lack of proper rest poses health, education risk.” and five critical-thinking questions. This is an engaging article for any high school classroom especially Psychology or Health class. See all my resources
Grades:
8th - 12th
These are 15 news articles to study Fake News & Media Biases, particularly Mudslinging, Slant, Spin, Sensationalism, Opinion Statements, Jumping to Conclusions, Mind Reading, and Unsubstantiated Claims. Each article is custom written and has different biases embedded in the writing. Your student
Have students show their understanding and knowledge of current events with this creative and engaging one pager for nonfiction activity! One Pager rubric included! This one pager template can be used for ANY article!!Get this activity and more in my One Pager Activity Bundle for Books, Plays, Artic
A bundle of activities that can be used for ANY research topic, research project, current event analysis, news article summary or news article analysis! There are three activities included: two one pager templates and an acrostic poem template!Get these activities and more in my:One Pager Activity B
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Not Grade Specific
Students will become investigative journalists and will report a recent discovery about ancient Egypt. To do this, they will find 2 news articles from the last 5 years about Ancient Egypt, each from a different and credible news website. A list of credible news website are provided. They have the ch
Worksheet on contemporary issues affecting the Inuit in Canada - fill in the chart and reflective question.5 excerpts from news articles included (with links to full articles) on the issues of Poverty, Housing, Education, Cost of Living and Infrastructure.
How would you like a graphic organizer that will allow your students to creatively respond to any news article--all on one page? This graphic organizer is a great way to have students think analytically and creatively. And, once completed, these graphic organizers make a beautiful bulletin board di
This lesson plan is an excellent way to teach your students how news articles are organized and what tone they take. This download contains a one page news article about an earthquake that you will use to teach your students about news articles, a detailed lesson plan, and a news article summary she
This worksheet for current event summary is a great report, plus research, plus citing sources, plus reading practice! It is a 2 page resource that requires the who, what, where, when, and why be analyzed along with a lot of themes, effects, and considerations to the impact of the news story. It als
An analysis journal for students to use to read and analyze online news stories. Includes internet/QR code links to 15 online news stories of interest to students, an analysis graphic organizer for each story, and a grading rubric for the completed journal.
I created a worksheet for analyzing nonfiction and information articles. I go onto different sites and find articles worthy for whatever topic/ novel we happen to be working on in class. I have them complete the worksheet, and here is where I will work with them individually if the need it. After it
This is a worksheet students can use to guide them through analyzing a news source. They will analyze the source itself, as well as the validity of the source. The questions are specific enough for students to be able to answer on their own, I've come to find. Then students rate the article on a s
This is a one page article analysis worksheet for the Bill of Rights. My students REALLY enjoy looking at the first ten amendments through current events. There are articles in the newspaper almost daily that discuss cases in the US and their connection to the Bill of Rights. There are also sever
This PowerPoint guides students through analyzing and taking notes on a digital news article. It includes Learning Objectives, Language Objectives, and an Essential Question. Allows students to "mark the text" by taking Focused Notes. Perfect for assigning news articles via Distance Learning and pro
Packet includes:- Graphic Organizer to analize news stories- Example article about Cristiano Ronaldo y "vientres de alquiler"- Student Example - Student Handout- Student Audience Handout (for documenting Peer news stories)- Adaptable to any AP Spanish Theme and very versatile throughout the year.- E
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This worksheet teaches students the components of a news column through before reading questions, online research, news labeling, news column analysis and column writing exercises. It includes a news article and allows students to write one themselves by researching online or with newspapers. You ca
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Students analyze the significant information in a news article by using before reading, during reading and after reading strategies.
In this Articles of Confederation Stations or Gallery Walk Activity activity students analyze the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation by viewing visuals. The lesson includes:1. 9 stations of visuals2. A PowerPoint weaknesses presentation with answers3. A graphic organizer and a guided practi
The following products are included in this bundle. The 5W's of a Newspaper Article: Student Activity, Handout, and Classroom Posters This product introduces students to the concept of the 5W's, Who, What, Where, When, and Why. They gain valuable skills to apply when reading newspaper articles
Help students learn about Langston Hughes and analyze his poem, “Harlem” or “Dream Deferred,” with this incredibly engaging “Doodle and Do” resource. Designed with doodling, interaction, and creativity in mind, you’ll find a Doodle Article about Hughes, Doodle Notes to respond to the nonfiction pas

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