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Have your students use the e-edition to complete this Valentine's Day Scavenger Hunt!
Modified by the NYNPA News Media Literacy Program from an activity originally created by Audrey Eoff from The Monitor, McAllen, TX.
Social Media, the Classroom, and the First Amendment
This teacher’s guide published by the First Amendment Center and John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is designed to give teachers the tools and ideas they need to engage students using social media and existing curricula. (Middle and high school level)
Keep It Real
The e-edition of the Statesman and this guide will help you teach your middle and high school students about Informational Text.
Produced by the NAA Foundation, copyright 2006
First Things First
Use this guide along with the e-edition of The Austin American-Statesman to teach the five freedoms of the first amendment.
Produced by the NAA Foundation, copyright 2011
Critical Thinking Through Core Curriculum
Activities focused on critical thinking skills for grades 3rd through 12th. Topics include financial literacy, nutrition, the environment, character education and information technology.
Produced by the NAA Foundation, copyright 2010
Maintain the Brain
A basic skills guide with newspaper activities for all grade levels.
Produced by the NAA Foundation, copyright 2000
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