Ideas for incorporating the Egyptian protests into lessons

01/31/2011 | NYTimes.com

As protesters in Egypt continue a weeklong uprising against the government, this blog offers suggestions and resources for including the latest developments in lessons. One suggestion is to post text about Egypt and its history in the classroom and lead students on a gallery walk as they read and take notes. Students then can be divided into groups to study questions about the issue. The blog also suggests having students study varying viewpoints and the roles of technology, media and U.S. diplomacy in the unfolding events.

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