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Here is a very short list of ideas of how educators are teaching about the terrible events in Paris yesterday. I hope readers will contribute more:
If you’re teaching about #CharlieHebdo, we can help http://t.co/xinXD8vywy (Photo: Ian Langsdon/EPA) pic.twitter.com/7JvMpjmufb
— NYT Learning Network (@NYTimesLearning) January 8, 2015
One teacher’s @MichLampinen way to engage HS students with #CharlieHebdo @Larryferlazzo #aplangchat #CCSS https://t.co/aySAgxLCIp — Ray Salazar (@WhiteRhinoRay) January 8, 2015
The Associated Press has a complete interactive.
Here’s a New York Times slideshow.
CBS News has slideshow.
Cartoonists respond to the Charlie Hebdo attack is from The Week.
Here’s an updated Washington Post interactive timeline.
Solidarité: the new @NewYorker cover. Beautiful. http://t.co/2iGWKo5uB7 pic.twitter.com/4MYM8fqdsC — Maria Konnikova (@mkonnikova) January 9, 2015
The New York Times has an interactive on the massacre.
I am not Charlie, I am Ahmed the dead cop. Charlie ridiculed my faith and culture and I died defending his right to do so. #JesuisAhmed — Dyab Abou Jahjah (@Aboujahjah) January 8, 2015
Chanting & applause in Paris as huge crowds begin unity march against terror attacks http://t.co/VeXcJu1QK6 pic.twitter.com/gC9Ca8HGR0
— BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) January 11, 2015
Muslim Grocer Hid Shoppers From Gunman in Kosher Market http://t.co/3bJG5ZKbvA cites @simon_schama @hahellyer @RaquelGarridoPG @Le_CRIF
— NYT Open Source (@NYTOpenSource) January 11, 2015
J.K. Rowling had the best possible reaction to Rupert Murdoch’s anti-Muslim tweet http://t.co/aDPUaKtOp3
— Vox (@voxdotcom) January 11, 2015
Je Suis Charlie et Ahmed: Teaching and Learning About the Charlie Hebdo Attacks is from The New York Times Learning Network.