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Monday, April 21, 2014
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Welcome to The Blade's
Newspaper in Education (NIE) Webpage!

Area educators have long recognized the importance of The Blade as a teaching tool. It has been used effectively across the curriculum, in all classrooms, kindergarten to adult, to review current events, social issues, government, math, science, public opinion and more. To enhance these teaching efforts, The Blade NIE Program was created over 25 years ago to provide valuable educational services to teachers, parents and students throughout northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan.
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Teachers
Click on the icons below for interactive news experiences for you and your students. The news-related lesson plans offer an easy way to integrate technology into your program. There are writing assignments with instruction, video and polling, informational text with interactive comprehension quizzes and much more. They're easy to use and make use of the latest in technology's learning tools.
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Word of the Day
An great vocabulary builder, terrific for SAT practice.
 
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Quote of the Day
An inspirational quote and writing prompt.
 
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Around the Globe
Headlines from around the world with an interactive globe. Speech tool can read the story aloud.
 
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Comparing News Stories
A brief news story and a writing lesson, updated daily.
 
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Lesson Plans for Teachers
Ten+ lesson plans in Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies, timed to this week's events.
 
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Activity Sheet
Can be printed and distributed to students.
 
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Newsie K-3
A video and news activity for students in grades K-3.
 
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Page One Prime
An in-depth look at a story making news this week.
 
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Write the News
A weekly in-depth writing assignment with instructions and news connection.
 
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From The Core
Informational text with a self-assessment comprehension quiz. Updated weekly.
 
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Video News Views
A video and news poll activity for grades 4 and higher. Updated weekly.
 


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