Newspapers in Education Teaching Guides
Need creative teaching ideas? We have lots of them to get you started. A variety of teaching guides are offered to educators ordering sets of 20 or more papers through the Newspapers in Education Program.
News-Press In Education Teaching Guides
Santa Barbara News-Press Activity Workbook
15 page activity guide covering a variety of subjects using the newspaper as an education tool.
Newspaper Activity Cards
Ideas for the following subjects: Social Studies, Math, Science, Language, and Newspaper Fun
Writing with Newspapers: Ideas for Teachers
Newspaper activities for developing good writing and composition skills. Designed for kindergarten through 8th grade. 30 pages.
Newspapers: Exploring the Dimensions of Thinking
Lesson plans and student worksheets for five days of instruction. Allows your class to identify and apply a variety of thinking processes and skills in many different contexts.
Bill of Rights
An educational guide to the first ten amendments. Student activities help to demonstrate how those amendments are still at work today.
Lesson plans and activities which allow students to explore the individual freedoms protected in the Bill of Rights. 20 pages.
Read All About It!
Designed for five days of instruction. Lesson plans are based on five themes to help students achieve a better understanding of the world in which we live. 31 pages.
Using the Newspaper to Teach California Today and Tomorrow
Seventeen lesson plans to introduce students to real life issues and information about our state using the daily newspaper. 22 pages.
Newspaper in Education Activity Book
Fifteen pages of lessons and activities for using the newspaper in the classroom environment
Creating a Classroom Newspaper
Lesson plans and student worksheets for five days of instruction. Allow your class to prepare and create its own newspaper. 30 pages.
Consumer Choices and Thinking
Lesson plans allow students to develop skills needed in making decisions as young consumers. Students apply basic skills of reading, writing, math and critical thinking to todayäs world in making spending decisions.
Read All About It! You Neighborhood, Your Nation, and Your World
Designed for five days of instruction. Lesson plans are based on five themes to help students achieve a better understanding of the work in which they live.
To order your teaching guides, please contact your NIE coordinator Angela Adams, 564-5148.