Here are some basic questions to help students share thoughts and feelings about an upsetting event, and additional guidance.
It’s been a newsy summer. Get students thinking about what’s been happening in politics over the summer with this quick survey.
While the internet can be an excellent source of news, it is also an excellent source of lies. Here are six tips to help students tell the difference.
Help students catch up on what’s been happening in the news - from the presidential campaign, to Colin Kaepernick's protest, to Brexit - with this fun quiz and discussion questions.
Students develop skills and understandings to make them more critical readers, listeners and viewers.
Three student readings and discussion questions focus on the need to critically interpret and verify what we see, hear, and read to avoid being swamped by information overload.