Teaching and Learning with The New York Times
2020五大联赛开赛时间Inspire students with fresh classroom resources based on award-winning journalism from The New York Times. From economic and geopolitical developments to the latest in science and the arts, The Times keeps audiences informed with seamless international coverage and rigorous independent reporting on all platforms.
2020五大联赛开赛时间Designed by educators and editors with deep and broad experience in the classroom and in curriculum development, The Learning Network from The New York Times provides rich and imaginative materials to meaningfully connect current events to perennial classroom topics.
Lesson of the Day
Help students see new ways to understand the world with critical thinking exercises about timely and compelling news stories. Each article includes a series of comprehension questions, as well as “Before Reading” and “What Do You Think?” questions that help students connect the news to their own lives.
2020五大联赛开赛时间3-5 articles Monday-Friday during the U.S. academic year (September-May).
Encourage students to express themselves on everything from politics to pop culture with questions for debate and persuasive writing, or for creative, personal and reflective writing. This service includes a New York Times article, excerpts and questions and prompts to promote deeper thinking.
3-5 articles Monday-Friday during the U.S. academic year (September-May).