ANHS Library News and Resources

February 2021

Parent & Student Newsletter February 2021

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Curriculum Corner

Celebrate Black History Month with these Resources!

Four Moves and a Habit

Making sure our students are NewsLit Fit is so important. Have them practice Four Moves and a Habit in their daily interactions with information.

Students can also practice their news literacy skills on Checkology by joining the ANHS Checkology Classroom or completing Civic Online Reasoning (COR) lessons from SHEG. There are some excellent modules on lateral reading, misinformation, bias, news vs. opinion, journalism, democracy, and more.

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History School Opportunity for Your Students

This spring, the Gilder Lehrman Institute is pleased to offer four free courses for high school students that are anchored on primary source documents. These courses are great curriculum extension and support opportunities for your students. Registration opens on February 9, 2021. Click here for more details.

  • "Who Will Tell Your Story?" How to Get Creative with the Hamilton Education Program
  • The Cold War
  • AP United States History, Test Prep: 1890-Present
  • The US Constitution: Looking Backward from 2021 to 1787

Amanda Gorman Resources

Tech Tips & Tools

Ditch That Textbook Blog

Tech tips on just about anything from Matt Miller.
ANHS Library Resources for Students and Staff

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