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Have an idea for a great new lesson but no time to put it together? Want to track down some great new resources for your classes but are short on time?
Here is an example of a Google Site I recently put together for a 1984 Lit Circle Unit. This week, I also curated a list of Spanish Culture novels for World Languages. They are ordering class sets to incorporate literacy and culture and potentially research into their curriculum.
Google Feedback Tools From You to Your Students
Science Journal from Google
- Collect data with sensors for light, sounds, motion, direction, magnetism, barometric pressure, and more (depending on the device).
- Take notes to go along with the data collected.
- Export the data as a CSV file to open in Google Sheets (or other programs) for additional analysis, charts, and graphs.
Check Out These Recommended Real World Science Resources from Common Sense Media
Media Bias and Fake News Literacy
Looking at Media Bias/Fact Checking in Your Class?
- Media Bias/Fact Check - More than 2700 media sources can be searched to check their degree of bias. Simply enter the URL or the name of the media source in the search box (top right) and then click on the Media Bias Fact Check icon.
- All Sides - This site rates media bias of sources with content published online. The bias ratings reflect the judgment of the American people. It also presents news stories from three perspectives (left, center, and right).