Welcome to Newspapers in Education!

Newspapers in Education is an exciting interactive program that engages students in learning by providing them with daily copies of The Forsyth County News.

For more info and to start getting newspapers delivered to your classroom click here to send us an email.
Or call us at (770) 887-3126.


Online Extras (Updated every Monday)


Earthquakes kill and injure thousands in Nepal

Answer FIVE Geography questions each week based on major news events.

Archive of Geography quizzes


Tap the wealth of information in your newspaper as a teaching tool:



Diversity, multiculturalism, worldwide events. You'll find plenty for classroom discussions in this listing of events.


Audio

Daily Science Webcasts


Glaciers - Ice Tunnel

Melting glaciers reveal hidden tunnels within.
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-- Apr 27, 2015



New materials from Miami University’s Fighting With Food project focuses on the process of inquiry and helps teachers engage their students in the topic of toxicants and the role nutrient dense foods in helping to combat their effects with a new graphic story style format.

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Cosmic discoveries: NASA marks 25 years of Hubble Space Telescope payoffs

-- Front Page Talking Points Archive


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Classroom Caption Contest!
Win a book by creating a caption for this week's lesson

This week's lesson:

Illustrating the debate over drones

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Archive of past lessons
Teacher comments

Be a Butterfly Hero
Help Save the Monarch Butterfly

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Enhance vocabulary and written/verbal skills with over 2,500 pages of puzzles, themed features, word lists, SAT, ACT test prep and word games.

Created by:
Jan and Carey Cook

This week's word in the news: DEFAMATORY

DEFINITION:
Injurious to someone's name or reputation.


FOUND IN THE NEWS:
In an equally unusual turn, prosecutors fired back by calling Walker's comments inaccurate, offensive and defamatory — with Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm suggesting Walker could be criminally charged for lying.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel -- 04/27/2015