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Students Get New Perspective at RNC Breakfast

Student Voice

The PBS NewsHour hosted a newsmaker breakfast at the 2012 Republican National Convention that included a panel discussion with Republican leaders. The event was moderated…read more

Government & CivicsMedia Literacy
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Why I Go to School: A Student Multimedia Project

Lesson Plan

Subject(s) Journalism, Art, English, Social Studies Estimated Time: 45 to 60 minutes Grade Level Grades 7-12 Objective Students will brainstorm why they go to school every…read more

Media Literacy
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The Black Press

Lesson Plan

By Angela Dodson, adjunct instructor for media issues and communications Subject(s) Civics, United States history, Language Arts (journalism and communications) Time Approximately three, 40-minute class…read more

Media Literacy

The Unspoken Words of Media Ethics: Do we know what they are?

Lesson Plan

By Lisa Greeves, English and journalism teacher Subjects Social studies, civics, journalism, communications Estimated Time This lesson will take approximately two class periods. Overview With…read more

Media Literacy
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Vanishing Verbs

Lesson Plan

By Laura Greenwald, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer (August 27, 2002): The Vanishing Verb Objective This lesson…read more

English & Language ArtsMedia Literacy

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