The American Society of Newspaper Editors asked high school journalism instructors from around the country to prepare lesson plans for a variety of topics suitable for journalism classes — from news writing and editing to journalistic ethics and bias. The lessons are clearly designed for classes of American teens, but some of the ideas and classroom activities could be adapted for older Canadian students.
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