Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 7, 1968 · Page 35
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 35

Tucson, Arizona
Issue Date:
Thursday, March 7, 1968
Page 35
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MORE AND MORE TEACHERS CHOOSE THE ''LIVING TEXT BOOK" Of/K NEWSPAPER IN THE CLASSROOM PROGRAM Newspapers are the text with a thousand authors. Teachers by the score have learned that they add realism and vitality to everyday lessons. In Tucson, the Star-Citizen Newspaper in the Classroom Program is a valued adjunct to the regular curriculum in more than a hundred classes. Teachers find the newspaper to be very effective in teaching vocabulary, reading, spelling, critical thinking, research and writing -- as well as social studies. In addition, the Newspaper in the Classroom Program provides an opportunity to understand the role of the press as an institution essential to self government. The Star and Citizen are available to schools at 5* per copy (minimum 5 copies per school). Eyery-other-Friday, during the school year, the program includes the "Current Affairs Quiz' 7 on local, national and international events, and available to teachers in quantity at no cost. Also, our library of "Special Report" film-strips, prepared by the Associated Press, may be scheduled for showing to classes. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS OF THE NEWSPAPER IN THE CLASSROOM PROGRAM, TEACHERS MAY CALL THE STAR-CITIZEN PROMOTION DEPT. 622-5855. MORNING and SUNDAY ®ttt$0u laila ditketi E V E N I N G Tfto Stor and Crtfeen hoveseparate and independent edi'foria! operations and policies although both use the same publishing facilities

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