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Here are a few teaching ideas for tomorrow (teachers have given me permission to share their tweets):

 

INCREDIBLE TWEETS ABOUT TODAY’S INSURRECTION AT THE U.S. CAPITOL

‘So educators, I ask you in all sincerity: What are you teaching tomorrow?’ is from The Washington Post.

RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS ON THE DAYS AFTER THE ATTACK ON THE U.S. CAPITOL. is from Beyond The Spotlight.

Here’s a video from Politico that could be useful (note that the F word can be heard near the end):

How the world is reacting to the storming of the US Capitol is from Vox.

Pro-Trump mob storms U.S. Capitol, tries to overturn election is from Newsela.

How to Teach the U.S. Capitol Attack: Dozens of Resources to Get You Started is from Ed Week.

Leading Conversations After the Insurrection in Washington D.C. is from Teaching Tolerance.

Teachers across the country work to explain an unforgettable day in American history is from The Washington Post.

THIS MOMENT IN TIME: NAVIGATING UNPRECEDENTED HISTORICAL EVENTS is from Share My Lesson.

Stunned teachers and scared, confused students: How the Capitol insurrection is overtaking lessons is from The L.A. Times and includes some useful links.

What Happened During the Insurrection at the US Capitol and Why? is from Facing History.

6 Ways to Help Students Make Sense of the Capitol Siege is from Ed Week.

How To Talk To Kids About The Riots At The U.S. Capitol is from NPR.

‘Kids can handle hard truths’: teachers and their students reckon with capitol attack is from The Guardian.

The Hope and Fragility of Democracy in the United States is from Facing History.

After the Capitol Was Stormed, Teachers Try Explaining History in Real Time is from The NY Times.