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Lesson Plan: ‘Some Kids Play Sports. These Kids Train Wild Horses.’

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In this lesson, students will learn about a program to tame wild horses in a remote area of California. Then they’ll brainstorm ways to address problems in their communities.

Lesson Plan: What Does a Photo Editor Do?

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In this lesson, students will play the role of photo editor to learn how the images they see in The New York Times make their way from the camera to the paper.

Lesson Plan: NASA’s Mission to Save the World From a Possible Asteroid

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A NASA spacecraft successfully smashed into a small asteroid and changed its orbit: Should we all sleep easier at night?

Lesson Plan: Documenting Indigenous Culture Through Photography

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Matika Wilbur is trying to photograph every federally recognized tribe in the United States. In this lesson, students will learn about why she believes that her project is vital to counter centuries of misrepresentation.

Lesson Plan: Investigating Haiti’s History and the Damage Caused by the ‘Double Debt’

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In this lesson, students learn about the history of how the nation of Haiti was looted by outside powers, foreign banks and its own leaders almost from its birth.

Lesson Plan: Why Iranians Are Protesting

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The death of a young woman has prompted an outpouring of anger across Iran. In this lesson, students will learn about the many factors that have led to this moment.

Lesson Plan: The Migrant Busing Crisis

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In this lesson, students will learn how Republican governors are sending migrants to Democratic cities and towns to protest the high number of arrivals at the southern border.

Lesson Plan: TikTok’s ‘Corn Kid’ and Viral Audio Memes

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In this lesson, students will learn about Tariq, the 7-year-old TikTok sensation also known as Corn Kid. Then they’ll investigate what makes songs like “It’s Corn” so addictive.

Lesson Plan: The Debate Over the Teaching of U.S. History

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In this lesson, students will learn why the teaching of history is under the microscope and how debates in school board meetings and statehouses across the country have affected social studies teachers.

Lesson Plan: Using Statistics to Understand Extreme Heat

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Why are heat waves becoming hotter and more frequent? In this lesson, students will analyze historical temperature data and create box-and-whisker plots to find out.

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