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This is a service started by US newspapers and which many local newspapers are using as well. It is specifically designed for educators. They have general media literacy lesson packages as well as topical ones that will come up such as Olympics, etc. It is worth having a look at since the materials are free to download. As well, if your local paper is part of this service your class would also get either hard copy or online access to the newspaper.
Primary vs. Secondary Sources via Ashford University Library
Aa protest meeting in 1831of the National union of the Working Classes. Not to be confused with Sir Richard Carlisle of Downton Abbey, Carlile was prosecuted for blasphemy, blasphemous libel and sedition for publishing material that might encourage people to hate the government in his newspaper, and for publishing Tom Paine's Common Sense, The Rights of Man and the Age of Reason (which criticised the Church of England). In October 1819 he was found guilty of blasphemy and seditious libel.
Whose arguments, the Federalists' or Anti-Federalists, were better? Students will evaluate the competing positions and heated discourse that consumed America in the late 1780s. By analyzing anonymous newspaper editorials from the likes of Brutus and Publius on Constitutional issues like standing armies and national taxation, your students will have a better grasp of our country's first political debate.
November is National Blog Posting Month, so we're celebrating with some of our favorite blogs for the bibliophile.
News for All the People by Juan Gonzalez
#commoncore History News: The Greek News, by Anton Powell. Read all About it! In THE GREEK NEWS life in ancient Greece is presented in the form of a daily newspaper written at the time. As accessible as your morning paper, THE GREEK NEWS will give young readers the unforgettable sense of actually being a citizen of an ancient nation. Ages 9-12, GRL W