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Would You Rather? Evidence Selection Activity

Argument-Centered Education

Would You Rather? Evidence Selection Activity

This activity practices and develops students’ ability to evaluate evidence and build strong arguments.

Single Argument Claim & Evidence Matching  (SACEM) Activity

Argument-Centered Education

Single Argument Claim & Evidence Matching (SACEM) Activity

For teachers with limited time, this stand-alone activity can efficiently address the topic of Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy.

MS Lesson 1: Introduction to COVID-19

Brooklyn LAB

MS Lesson 1: Introduction to COVID-19

For Middle School Students: internalize key background information about the COVID-19 pandemic.

Invent ways to help your community vaccinated

PBS NewsHour

Invent ways to help your community vaccinated

Students can research challenges to vaccine distribution in their own communities and invent ways to get vaccines to community members who may face obstacles to vaccination.

Lesson Plan: Distribution of a Coronavirus Vaccine

C-SPAN Classroom

Lesson Plan: Distribution of a Coronavirus Vaccine

This lesson plan for high school students uses multiple video clips and various sources to introduce students to how vaccines work and the challenges facing the public health officials.

The Covid-19 Vaccination and Equity

ADL

The Covid-19 Vaccination and Equity

A 45-60 minute lesson plan for high school students. Addresses the compelling question: How can the concept of equity be used to inform our approach to distributing vaccinations?

Comfort With Vaccines

Brooklyn LAB

Comfort With Vaccines

Use scientific knowledge to develop reasoned claims about whether or not community members should get vaccines.

The COVID-19 Vaccine: How Does It Work?

Brooklyn LAB

The COVID-19 Vaccine: How Does It Work?

A lesson to provide a scientific understanding of the vaccine and its effectiveness.

HS Lesson 1: Introduction to COVID-19

Brooklyn LAB

HS Lesson 1: Introduction to COVID-19

For High School Students: describe the origin and analyze the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.