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Breaking (apart) news! Discussion and critical thinking around current news
The students find news every week that we will discuss in class to develop an understanding of the world and critical thinking.
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The news we see daily often has a connection to a country’s or region’s history and culture and each news agency reports it slightly different. This class will encourage the student to see connections and to be critical of the news they encounter. The first class will be information and instructions on how the class will be conducted. Every week 3 students are in charge of finding news to bring to class. The news should be of consequence for many, for example; environmental issues,...
To analyze news and see connections to history, culture and develop critical thinking.
Part of my masters degree is in political science and a large part of the Swedish curriculum is to inspire critical thinking.
To search for news to present in class and to read the news posted in the classroom before each class.
Two pages with instructions about how to find news and create a summary for the other students.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Please be aware that the news might include sensitive material (violence, racism, politics)
I believe in joy and curiosity and affirmation of the individual
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
1044 total reviews
801 completed classes
I believe in creating connections with my students and keeping my teaching age appropriate. My teaching will challenge my students but never let them fail or feel like they are failing. Patience, silliness, and kindness go a long way. As a...