- Internet Public Library Newspapers
Features latest editions of newspapers from around the world. Excellent way to provide native langauge preview of current events and to support & respect the native language.
ipl2: Information You Can Trust features a searchable, subject-categorized directory of authoritative websites; links to online texts, newspapers, and magazines; and the Ask an ipl2 Librarian online reference service.
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- Western/Pacific Literacy Network/CNN SF Learning Resources
Web-delivered instruction using current and past CNN and CBS news stories. Intended for adult literacy but appropriate for secondary. Includes the full text of each story, a simplified abridged story and an outline. Hence, great for multilevel classes. Includes interactive activities to test comprehension. The learner can choose to read the text, listen to the text, and/or view a short video.
CNN SF stories used as lessons for adult education and distance learning regardless of classroom setting
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- News Summaries with voc. and geography support
This site summarizes daily news for students. It includes a feature that students can turn on that will provide vocabulary support for many of the words. There is also a geography feature that students can turn on.
- VOA Special Events: Listening
Learning English through audio about current events around the world, cultural issues in the US, etc. Listen to news and read.
- Welcome to NewsCurrents
World's current events. NewsCurrents is a weekly discussion program written on three reading levels for grades 3 to 12. Hence it provides multilevel readings for ELLs.
- Alliance for a Media Literate America
The Alliance for a Media Literate America (AMLA) is committed to promoting media literacy education that is focused on critical inquiry, learning, and skill-building. This national, grassroots membership organization is a key force in bringing media literacy education to all 60 million students in the United States, their parents, their teachers, and others who care about youth.
- Newseum, Includes links to 300 newspapers worldwide
The Interactive Museum of News
The Newseum â a 250,000-square-foot museum of news on Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington DC â offers visitors an experience that blends five centuries of news history with up-to-the-second technology and hands-on exhibits. After opening to rave reviews the Newseum has become one of Washington's most popular destinations.
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