Top Ten Lesson Plans of 2021, Pulitzer Center
Posted by Pulitzer Center on January 4, 2022
As we start the new year, we are excited to share the top ten lesson plans of 2021!
Every year the Pulitzer Center education team and our community of educators create standards-aligned lesson plans for K-12 classrooms. In 2021, we published 66 new lesson plans and highlighted student work through our international poetry and letter-writing contests. We are deeply grateful for every educator who has contributed to our lesson library and our mission of cultivating a more curious, informed, empathetic, and engaged public.
These lessons were selected by the Pulitzer Center education team to spotlight a range of subjects and geographies. They explore a variety of global issues including COVID-19, racial justice, migration, climate change, indigenous rights, and more.
For more lessons and curricular resources that integrate global news and journalism skills into diverse curricula click here.
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