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Newseum

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Transcript of Newseum

Newseum

The newest location for all the news

The Newseum features seven levels of galleries, theaters, retail spaces and visitor services. It offers a unique environment that takes museumgoers behind the scenes to experience how and why news is made The Newseum — a 250,000-square-foot museum of news — offers visitors an experience that blends five centuries of news history with up-to-the-second technology and hands-on exhibits. Digital Classroom

Resources for Teachers
Student Resources
Special Offerings
Learning Made Fun The Newseum's award-winning videos and resources bring news literacy, journalism and history to life for students Advantages
Six floors of exhibits and theaters

African-American History
Campaign 2008
Journalism News
Newseum News
Newseum Videos
News History Disadvantages:

Physical Location at
Washington D.C.

"thinking" and "theme park" not a good combination

journalists, telling the story about telling the story -- it's just confusing and a tad suspicious, Flexible, ready-to-teach lesson plans and handouts
Video introductions
Essential questions
Background information, including key people, events and vocabulary
Warm-up discussion questions
Key concepts and quotations
Comprehension and critical-thinking questions for assessment
Class discussion and short essay questions
Extension activity ideas
Teacher key
Standards-linked content The Press & Civil Rights Digital Classroom Lessons ` Flexible, ready-to-teach lesson plans and handouts
Video introductions
Essential questions
Background information, including key people, events and vocabulary
Warm-up discussion questions
Key concepts and quotations
Comprehension and critical-thinking questions for assessment
Class discussion and short essay questions
Extension activity ideas
Teacher key
Standards-linked content `` Play the news trivia game that's as fresh as today's headlines. Become a digital newsreporter References rEFERENCES

Antonioli, T. (2012). Washington d.c.'s newseum. The Suitcase Scholar, Retrieved from http://www.suitcasescholar.com/2012/05/29/newseu/

A day in the life of newseum [Web]. (2006). Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/user/Newseum

Newseum, washington d.c. (2012). Retrieved from http://newseum.org/

Somodeville, C. (2009, April 13). Newseum. NY Times.com. Retrieved from http://topics.nytimes.com/topics/reference/timestopics/organizations/n/newseum/index.html


Wilkins, S. (n.d.). www.roadsideamerica.com. Retrieved from http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/15477
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