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  • Tracking Topics in the News

    Die Unterrichtsvorschläge aus dem Learning Network der New York Times enthalten Anregungen zur Verfolgung ausgewählter politischer Themen durch selbständige Arbeit mit Zeitungen (2011-15).

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  • Constructing Arguments: ‘Room for Debate’

    Ways to use a New York Times Opinion blog to help students to build logical arguments based on substantive claims (2012)

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  • A DUCK`S BILL ON CAPITOL HILL?: Taking a Stand on Wildlife Conservation Legislation

    In this lesson, students examine the positions of various parties on proposed federal ecosystem conservation legislation, including private property owners, legislators, and conservationists, in order to represent their perspectives in a class discussion. (NY Times Lesson 2005)

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  • Ärzte ohne Grenzen e. V.

    Informationen der Hilfsorganisation

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  • Direkte Demokratie

    Das Heft ”Einsichten und Perspektiven 2 / 2013” widmet sich in vier Beiträgen dem Thema ”Bürgerbeteiligung”: Idee und Perspektiven der direkten Demokratie; Volksbegehren und Volksentscheid in Bayern - Geschichte und rechtliche Grundlagen; Direktdemokratische Verfahren auf Landes- und Bundesebene; Neue Formen der Bürgerbeteiligung (Bayerische Landeszentrale für ...

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  • Teaching About Climate Change With The New York Times

    Seven starting points for teaching and learning about the topic, along with a list of links to much more, from Learning Network lesson plans to Times video, graphics, articles and photographs (2014).

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  • Ways to Talk to Students About Sensitive Issues in the News

    Teachers often avoid “hot-button” topics because the issues are so complex, or because they don’t feel prepared to handle the strong feelings and opinions discussion might stir, the project offers 10 suggestions for how to take some of these issues on in constructive, thoughtful and sensitive ways (New York Times Learning Network ...

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  • Who Will Hire Me? Creating 21st-Century Résumés

    How has the traditional approach to creating and sharing a résumé changed with the advent of technological tools and the Internet? How can technology be used to enhance a résumé and represent a person’s abilities? In this lesson, students reflect on their talents, achievements and experience and create two résumé versions - traditional and technology-enhanced - to ...

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  • Tragedy in the Mediterranean

    In this New York Times lesson students consider both the human cost and the policy challenges of Europe’s immigration debate (2015).

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  • Border Challenges: Responding to the Global Migration Crisis

    This lesson helps students explore the global migration crisis, first through maps and photographs, then with a class reading, discussion and research assignment (New York Times Learning Network 2015).

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