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Our Fifth Annual Student Podcast Contest

Our Fifth Annual Student Podcast Contest

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How can I make my podcast stand out?We are primarily looking for thoughtful pieces with a clear beginning, middle and ending. Here are a few tips to get your podcast noticed by our judges:Choose a topic that matters to you. Not only will your passion sustain you during the creative process, but it will shine…
Our Ninth Annual Student Editorial Contest

Our Ninth Annual Student Editorial Contest

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What makes you mad?What would you like to see change?What do you wish more people understood?Over the last eight years, tens of thousands of teenagers from around the world have answered these questions in the form of short opinion essays submitted to our annual spring Editorial Contest.They’ve made compelling arguments on issues big and small,…
Our 3rd Annual STEM Writing Contest

Our 3rd Annual STEM Writing Contest

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How do daddy longlegs grow such strange legs? Can genetically engineered bacteria help us detect buried land mines? Why does snow sometimes turn red? Can Saturn’s rings help to reveal what’s happening in the planet’s core? If you click on any of these articles, you’ll see that they are written for a general reader. Special…
Our 7th Annual Student Review Contest

Our 7th Annual Student Review Contest

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Below are answers to your questions about writing, judging, the rules and teaching with this contest. Please read these thoroughly and, if you still can’t find what you’re looking for, post your query in the comments or write to us at LNFeedback@nytimes.com.Questions About WritingWhat is a review?In a cultural review, a reviewer experiences a work…
Our 3rd Annual Personal Narrative Writing Contest

Our 3rd Annual Personal Narrative Writing Contest

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Below are answers to your questions about writing, judging, the rules and teaching with this contest. Please read these thoroughly and, if you still can’t find what you’re looking for, post your query in the comments or write to us at LNFeedback@nytimes.com.Questions About WritingWhat is a personal narrative?For this contest, we’re defining a personal narrative…
Runners-Up From Our 8th Annual Student Editorial Contest

Runners-Up From Our 8th Annual Student Editorial Contest

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One study in 2008 was able to capture this: When given a word puzzle to solve, the participants who exercised defensive pessimism did better while under a “threat motivational state”: when they were made to imagine what could go wrong, or the consequences of doing poorly. And on the flip side, their performance actually worsened…
Our 12th Annual Summer Reading Contest

Our 12th Annual Summer Reading Contest

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Every year since 2010, The Learning Network has invited teenagers around the world to add The New York Times to their summer reading lists. So far, more than 70,000 have done so.If you are looking for ways to offer students more “voice and choice,” we hope our open-ended contest can help. Every week, we ask…
Our Fourth Annual Student Podcast Contest

Our Fourth Annual Student Podcast Contest

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Note: Register for our live webinar on March 25 about teaching with this podcast contest.Do you listen to podcasts to find out what’s happening throughout the world? Or do you tune in to learn about sports, music or films — or simply to be entertained? Do you prefer shows with one host or multiple hosts?…
Our Eighth Annual Student Editorial Contest

Our Eighth Annual Student Editorial Contest

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Sign up now for our free Feb. 11 webinar about this year’s contest, Teaching Argumentative Writing.What makes you mad?What would you like to see change?What do you wish more people understood?Over the last seven years, tens of thousands of teenagers from around the world have answered these questions in the form of short opinion essays…
The Winners of Our 2nd Annual Personal Narrative Contest

The Winners of Our 2nd Annual Personal Narrative Contest

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That day, a boy told me he liked my hair.I immediately understood this boy to be The One. He flirted with me more than he flirted with other girls, and sometimes even looked at me while I spoke. I wrote him love letters in the form of homework questions that could easily have been answered…

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