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I thought it would be useful for readers, and for me, if I began collecting teaching resources on the tragic Trayvon Martin case. I hope people will contribute additional resources.
Here are my picks for The Best Resources For Lessons On Trayvon Martin:
On Trayvon Martin: A Guest Post From a Teenager, and Some Teaching Suggestions is an excellent collection from The New York Times Learning Network.
Teaching about the TRAYVON MARTIN case is from African American History.
NY Core has a downloadable lesson.
After Trayvon Martin’s Death, We’re All Having ‘The Talk’ is from NPR.
Paul Allison has been posting resources over at Google+.
Additional suggestions are welcome.
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Here are the newest additions to The Best Sites For Learning About Easter And Passover:
Nobody Minds Dyeing the Egg, but the Chicken Is Another Story is from The New York Times.
Palm Sunday observed around the world is a photo gallery from MSNBC.
Here’s a Mythbusters Rube Goldberg Machine. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Learning About Rube Goldberg Machines:
Katie Hull Sypnieski, my co-author, and I just finished reviewing copy-edits on our manuscript for our upcoming book, The ESL / ELL Teacher’s Survival Guide: Ready-to-Use Strategies, Tools, and Activities for Teaching English Language Learners of All Levels.
It was a nice feeling to email it off to the publisher!
It’s on schedule to be published this summer, filled with tons of hand-outs, lesson plans….and 100,000 words….