We found 81 resources with the concept blogging
M and M’s and Blogs: Interpreting Data!
5th - 7th CCSS: Adaptable
Display the colors with pride. After being introduced to types of graphs, groups build a graph by sorting the colors of candies and post it to the class blog. They create a poll and develop a graph to display the results using a website.
Facts vs. Opinions vs. Informed Opinions and their Role in Journalism
7th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Do reporters write about what they see, or what they think? Examine the differences between investigative writing and opinion writing with a lesson from PBS. Learners look over different examples of each kind of reporting, and convince...
Short Story Unit: Final Assessments
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
This final resource in a series of fourteen lists all of the assessments for a short story unit. While designed to go specifically with the unit, these assessment ideas could be used to inspire projects for other units as well. Included...
Do Presidential Candidates Need to Be Good Debaters?
7th - 12th
Blogs can be a good way for learners to engage in writing, critical thinking, and social media in a formal way. The New York Times has provided learners age 13-18 with an article, background information, and several prompts to get them...
Nov. 2, 1976 | Carter Defeats Ford in Presidential Election
9th - 12th
After reading about the presidential race in 1976, learners think critically about presidential legacy. They read all of the provided background information, related New York Times articles, and then respond to a writing prompt via blog...
Windmills and Blogs: The Impact of Technology in Rural Peru
4th - 9th
How does technology affect a community? Research the benefits and consequences of technology in rural Peru. In this technology lesson, learners discuss how the effects of technology. They view a PowerPoint and learn about the Peace...
How Often Do You Interact with People of Another Race or Ethnicity?
7th - 12th
Is interacting with people from different backgrounds part of a well-rounded education? A big question awaits young readers as they explore two New York Times articles that discuss modern-day segregation, population statistics, and...