Helping Students Deal with News from Japan


Subject: Science & Health
Grade Level: All
Source: Frank Baker

We are all overwhelmed by what we see in the news.  For many of our students, taking the time to help them better understand those images and where they originate is another step toward visual and media literacy.

Images can be frightening and unsettling—on that we can all agree. For your students here are some questions that might help get a discussion started and ease some of their concerns.

Helping Students Deal with News from Japan

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