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Learning to Teach in the Rain: Creating a Classroom Newspaper: Part 1 of 3

Learning to Teach in the Rain: Creating a Classroom Newspaper - need to modify for whole school and older students

Newspapers in the Classroom Part 2:  Conducting Interviews Free from The Curriculum Corner

Newspapers Part 2: Conducting Interviews

Newspapers in the Classroom Part Conducting Interviews Free from The Curriculum Corner-This is the second in a series of posts in helping your students become journalists in your classroom.

Customizable newspaper template. Great for classroom or home! Free!

A student newspaper template to use for class writing projects, or as a family project at home. Print the blank PDF template for students to write on, or edit the PowerPoint version.

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Incorporating technology and classic literature for middle school and high school students. This allows students to be creative and prove that they understand a character/text!--use with novel and myth characters!

Jamestown Colony Newspaper Project- The Jamestown Settlement was the first successful, permanent American Colony. Turn this part of the social studies curriculum into a fun and entertaining time of the day for students with this download.Students will use what they learned to create a newspaper with four articles to reflect life in Jamestown.

Jamestown Colony Newspaper Project

The Jamestown Settlement was the first successful permanent American Colony. Turn social studies into a fun and entertaining time of the day for.

Have your students cover a school event while at the same time, learning the proper format of a newspaper article. This would be a great addition to any writing skills unit! This is also a great way to get students involved in the school community- perhaps covering a topic of their interest and/or giving them an opportunity to learn more about a team, club or event going on in the school that they would otherwise not have been involved in.

School Event Newspaper Article (peer review, template, & editable rubric!)

Have your students cover a school event while at the same time, learning the proper format of a newspaper article. This would be a great addition to any writing skills unit! This is also a great way to get students involved in the school community- perhaps covering a topic of their interest and/or giving them an opportunity to learn more about a team, club or event going on in the school that they would otherwise not have been involved in.

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