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  • Analyzing Maps to Better Understand Global Current Events and History

    This New York Times lesson provides strategies to help students gain that confidence so they can interpret even the most complex historical or current maps. The lesson also suggests ways for using current events maps as a tool to better understand both history and what’s going on in the world today (2016).

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  • Nowhere to Go but Up? Analyzing Economic Measures in a Downturn

    How do we know when the economy is in a recession? How do key economic indicators perform in a downturn? In this New York Times lesson, students create graphs of various economic measurements, using quantitative and qualitative reasoning skills to compare, contrast and correlate the performance of measures like gross domestic product, unemployment and personal ...

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  • BUBBLE TROUBLE: Analyzing Causes of the Economic Crisis.

    In this NY Times lesson, students use several different resources from The New York Times to discuss, analyze, and present on the causes and effects of the 2008 economic crisis.

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  • There’s Something Funny About These Candidates

    In this NY Times lesson, students learn about the power of caricature to reinforce and/or create media images of politicians and public figures by analyzing political cartoons and spoofs from the past and present (2008-15).

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  • Building a Better Argument: Critical Thinking

    In these lessons, students will learn to create good arguments by getting a handle on the basic structure. The lesson will provide useful tips for picking out premises and conclusions and for analyzing the effectiveness of arguments (Annenberg Classroom, USA 2011).?

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  • Analyzing Propaganda through Historical Sources

    Lesson Plans connected to The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. and its exhibition about the role of propaganda in World War II (2010).

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  • Earth Exploration Toolbook

    Step-by-step instructions for using Earth system science datasets and scientific analysis tools. Chapters include ”Analyzing the Antarctic Ozone Hole,” ”Climate History from Deep Sea Sediments,” and ”Evidence for Plate Tectonics” (Carleton College, USA 2012)

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  • Don’t Trash the Earth

    Due to the increasing garbage people produce, the local community landfill is running out of space. Student waste management consultants are hired to evaluate their school and community recycling and waste management practices. After researching and analyzing past and current methods, teams develop a new recycling plan complete with cost analysis and supporting data. Teams ...

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  • Give Me Liberty or Give Me Freedom

    In this New York Times lesson (2003), students examine the ways in which the terms ”liberty” and ”freedom” have been used in the United States in various historical, cultural, and political contexts. (2007-15)

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  • Making Sense of Maps

    A place for students and teachers to begin working with maps as historical evidence. Written by David Stephens, this guide offers an overview of the history of maps and how historians use them, a breakdown of the elements of a map, tips on what questions to ask when analyzing maps, an annotated bibliography, and a guide to finding and using maps online.

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