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Educator Voice: Teaching in the Age of Coronavirus: Week 1
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Social justice and the coronavirus
In this NewsHour Extra lesson plan, learn how the coronavirus relates to issues of social justice. Continue readingamazonasian americanscoronaviruscovid-19detention centersdiscriminationEconomicseconomyHealthlesson planNews & Media Literacyprisonspublic healthracismunemploymentworkersxenophobia
Lesson plan: What is the role of civil disobedience today?
In this NewsHour lesson plan, learn about the practice of civil disobedience with examples like Cesar Chavez and Rosa Parks. Continue readingAmerican Historycesar chavezcivil disobedienceCivil Rights Movementclass activityELAenglishEnglish & Language ArtsGovernment & CivicsHenry David Thoreaulesson planrosa parksSocial IssuesUS history
Student Voice: Students share what learning is like under COVID-19
Hear from middle school to college-aged students in the U.S. and China about the effects of coronavirus on their education. Continue readingChinacoronaviruscovid-19CUNYglobal issuesnovel coronavirusonline learningpandemicpublic healthquarantineSRLstudent reporting labsStudent Voice
PBS 2-minute news summary: Choose your own current event!
In this current events lesson, check out the PBS NewsHour’s 2-minute news wrap from Mon. March 31st. Continue readingArts & Culturecurrent eventsGovernment & CivicsIranIraqlesson planMexicoMexico CityNetherlandsNews & Media Literacynews wrappbs newshourSocial StudiesVincent Van Gogh