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This reader for middle school students explores current issues through informational texts, questions that promote critical thinking, photography from the field, and data analysis exercises involving maps, charts, and graphs. It was developed in conjunction with the Syria Lesson Plan (grades 6-8), but it may be used independent of the lesson as well. Find the lesson under the “Plan” tab in the Armed Conflict topic.

  • 6-8

Book group discussion guide to accompany "I Believe in ZERO: Learning from the World's Children...

Teacher's guide with four lessons to accompany "I Believe in ZERO: Learning from the World's...

Now that your students have learned about UNICEF, help them take action on behalf of the world's...

Now that your students have learned about UNICEF's work, help them take action to support the...

The lesson plans in this unit provide an overview of the ways in which children can face...

The lesson plans in this unit provide an overview of the ways in which children can face...

Read about a UNICEF-supported microfinance program to support women and children in the small...

This activity sheet, written in Spanish, provides an overview of the issue of child labor, and...

This activity sheet provides background information on UNICEF's history and mission.

Overview of the issue of armed conflict with accompanying comprehension exercises.

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