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Curriculum Ideas

From the NY Times:

Assign a podcast for homework:  Visit and uncover podcasts on the most crucial issues of our time across technology, world  news, culture, and more. Assign a podcast to students to serve as a listening exercise, and then discuss the subject together.

Recommend a relevant newsletter: Visit and discover more than 80 newsletters available on a daily or weekly basis. Find a subject relevant to your discipline and encourage students to sign up so they can get insights from The Times directly in their inbox. Some  newsletters are subscriber-only, and so they require that students have activated their access.

Encourage your class to attend a virtual event: Visit and learn more about The New York Times investment in “live  journalism.” The New York Times Events team presents hundreds of virtual events across a myriad of topics. Find those relevant and encourage students to either register and watch live or see a recording. Some events are subscriber-only, and so they require that students have activated their access.