NIE Lesson Plans
The A Section: It´s not just for current events any more!
The section provides a multitude of opportunities to teach your students critical thinking skills such as differentiating between fact and opinion, understanding bias, problem-solving, and decision-making.
Wayne Sampson, a teacher at New Smyrna Beach High School, writes up lesson plan for students, Thursday, September 12 ,2002. (Photo: N-J/Roger Simms)
Keys to Success
Activities Listed by month, this page offers comprehensive, standards-based learning activities for students in the areas of Reading, Writing, Math and Career Exploration.
Each Monday The News-Journal publishes Betty Debnam´s syndicated feature, The Mini-Page -- a full page of activities and information revolving around a theme of interest to students. Parents, teachers and students use The Mini-Page as an integral part of student learning activities.
Write What's Right
The beloved Dr. Seuss was born March 2, 1904. To celebrate, schools and families all over America are encouraged to spend March 2 enjoying the books of Dr. Seuss. Newspapers In Education Week is also celebrated in March. We have a list of activities to help you tie these two fun reading events together. We hope you have a great time!
Stetson Lesson Plans