Teaching Emotional Literacy Through Daily News
Daily News is an American newspaper that was founded in 1919 as the Illustrated Daily News. It was the first tabloid-style newspaper to be printed in the United States and reached a peak circulation of 2.4 million copies per day in 1947. As of 2019,[update] it is the eleventh-most circulated newspaper in the country.
Educators use Daily News in their classrooms to support reading standards and help students connect with the world around them. Teachers can search for articles by state and national standards, which makes it easy to adhere to curriculum requirements. Thousands of schools incorporate News-O-Matic content into their literacy, science and social studies curricula.
News-O-Matic features interactive daily news content for students in grades K-8. These articles teach students 21st century skills like critical thinking, media literacy and global awareness. These articles are available across the web and mobile devices, allowing teachers to provide students with access to news anytime and anywhere.
Breaking News Stories
Daily News breaks important news stories into short, informational articles. These stories are designed to be read in class and can be used to engage students in conversation about a variety of topics. They are also designed to support vocabulary building and skills such as retelling and summarizing.
Teacher Units and Lesson Plans
Our units are easy to use and can be customized to fit your teaching needs. They include objectives and essential questions, providing a framework for instruction and assessment. They also feature links to lesson plans and activity ideas that can be used to complement the News-O-Matic article.
SEL: Teaching Emotional Literacy Through Daily News
Our Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) content is designed to help students learn about their own emotions and how they affect others. This includes how to deal with anger, sadness and other feelings. It also includes skills such as self-regulation, social awareness and empathy.
Our ScienceDaily feature delivers breaking news from leading universities and scientific journals covering the latest discoveries in the fields of science, health and the environment. The site’s stories are grouped into 12 main topics, which allow users to quickly find news about topics of interest. The site also offers headlines and summaries for each topic, links to sources and journal citations (where available).
Stringr Remote Video Sourcing Solutions
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The New York Daily News is a daily newspaper that was founded in 1919 as the Illustrated News. It was the first tabloid-style paper to be published in the United States and reached a peak circulation of 2.4 million copies per day in 1947. It is now owned by Tronc, a Chicago-based media company.