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Teaching With ‘The Daily’

Teaching With ‘The Daily’

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2. What do you think is the purpose of this podcast? Who might be its audience?3. What do you notice about Mr. Barbaro’s interviews? How does he both guide conversations and allow his subjects to share their thoughts freely? What makes his style effective or appealing?4. What types of questions does Mr. Barbaro ask? Which…
Teaching and Learning With the Coming of Age Project

Teaching and Learning With the Coming of Age Project

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One of the resources we published last fall offered students three tips for making meaningful and engaging personal pieces — in writing, video, photography, painting, podcasting, cartooning or any other format. Now that the contest is over, if you match the work the judges chose with the tips, below, you can see that most pieces…
Teaching With the ‘My Ten’ Column

Teaching With the ‘My Ten’ Column

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Students in U.S. high schools can get free digital access to The New York Times until Sept. 1, 2021.Lesson OverviewFeatured Column: “My Ten”We’re trying something new: occasional lesson plans that feature a fun New York Times column that we invite students to read closely and emulate. First up: “My Ten.” In this monthly feature for…
60 of Our Favorite Teaching and Learning Resources From 2020

60 of Our Favorite Teaching and Learning Resources From 2020

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1. What Students Are Saying About What Kobe Bryant’s Death Means to ThemOn Jan. 26, the basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, were among nine people killed in a helicopter crash. More than 350 teenagers paid tribute to them in our related writing prompt, and we published a selection of their comments…
Live Webinar: Teaching Informational Writing

Live Webinar: Teaching Informational Writing

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Register for the live webinar on Jan. 14 at 4 p.m. Eastern time.Informational writing is the style of writing that dominates The New York Times as well as any other traditional newspaper you might read, and in our writing unit, and this webinar, we hope to show students that it can be every bit as…
Lesson of the Day: ‘Teaching in the Pandemic: “This Is Not Sustainable’’’

Lesson of the Day: ‘Teaching in the Pandemic: “This Is Not Sustainable’’’

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5. What challenges do teachers in schools providing remote-only learning face? Why does Dwayne Reed, a fourth- and fifth-grade social studies teacher, believe the burdens are particularly heavy for educators of color like himself who teach young Black students?6. How are some administrators, districts and state governments providing additional supports for teachers during this crisis?…
Hazel Kendrick: “Alison courses help me to improve my teaching skills.”

Hazel Kendrick: “Alison courses help me to improve my teaching skills.”

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Hazel Kendrick is a lecturer in Business Management in South Africa and finds that Alison’s online courses allow her to stay up to date with her teaching methods. As well as being an Alison learner, Hazel also teaches online and recommends Alison courses to her students.  “My name is Hazel Kendrick. I am a lecturer…
Teaching Resources for Middle School Using The New York Times

Teaching Resources for Middle School Using The New York Times

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To learn more about how to use this resource, here’s a webinar._________Tips for Using These Features in the ClassroomWhether you’re teaching in person or online, synchronously or asynchronously, you can use these strategies to build our features into your classroom routines and support students of all levels.What other ideas do you have for teaching with…
Karar Muhammad: “There is no life without knowledge.”

Karar Muhammad: “There is no life without knowledge.”

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“My name is Karar Muhammad and I am a teacher. I was born in Babil Governorate, Iraq in 1997. I have a BA in Basic Education and History.” How did you learn about Alison? I learned about Alison by searching the internet for an educational specialist that produced courses in education. What was your first…
Top 25 online courses in Pakistan – June 2020

Top 25 online courses in Pakistan – June 2020

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Online learning is becoming increasingly popular for the people of Pakistan. With a median age of just 23, this young country is perfectly positioned to make the most of the opportunities that digital learning can offer. We’ve put together a list of the 25 most popular online courses in Pakistan today, ranging from strategies to help…

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