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This curriculum guide has 12 lessons designed to be starting points for implementation of instruction to expand students' knowledge of the use and abuse of the natural resources in the state of New York and elsewhere, and of efforts to meet the need for resource conservation and stewardship.
These lessons employ the daily newspaper's current and archival wealth as a source of information, investigation and source material for instruction.
Understanding News Media
A 10-part series of features and graphic organizers developed in partnership with Stony Brook University's Center for Media Literacy.
News Media Literacy Presentations
Learn how to identify accurate sources, verify news content, and gain a deeper understanding of how news professionals gather and disseminate credible information, using print or electronic media and what it means to be a good digital citizen.For more info or to schedule an event, contact us.
A 6-part series of features and cooresponding graphic organizers available to NYNPA members free. This link brings you the audio podcasts for each feature. Any NYNPA member newspaper wishing to run the series should contact Mary Miller to obtain PDF copies.
For more information about our Newspaper In Education Program and youth outreach, contact Mary Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
518-449-1667 ext 701
Young Voices of New York is a website produced by New York News Publishers Association (NYNPA) designed to provide an opportunity for young people under the age of 14 to have a forum, to increase their communication skills, review books and movies, and share ideas with other youth.